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HERALD SPOTLIGHT: Kevin Viera

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Having the opportunity to watch many of the athletes in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties when they begin playing football at the youth football level, the Miami Herald will continue to shine the spotlight on many athletes during the pre-spring, spring and summer.

With the chance to see the athletes away from the football field as well, we can bring you up close and personal with some of the top prospects in the nation - right here in our own backyard.

Don't forget that the exposure continues on FACEBOOK (Herald Recruiting) and via Twitter @ larryblustein.

PLAYER: Kevin Viera

YEAR: 2012

SCHOOL: Belen Jesuit

CITY: Miami

POSITION: OL

HEIGHT: 6-0

WEIGHT: 255
HEAD FOOTBALL COACH: Richard Stuart

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: From the time he stepped on the field for the Wolverines, there was never any doubt how much effort this impressive young man would put into becoming the best he can be.

For three seasons, he has learned, developed and has made himself quite a package for any school, searching for someone who is a typical "lunch bucket" kid who is all business - year round.

One of the hardest workers on a unit that is as good as you will find, his zest to attend as many events that will help improve is something that college coaches will be simply bowled over by.

His strength, quick feet and ability to make a difference on several plays with a key block, trap or just being in the right place to spring a long gain, all play into what kind of linemen he is. Nobody works harder!

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Roy

Thank you Larry Blustein! This Belen Oline is the best I have seen. Together they are unstoppable. Kevin has worked his tail off for this his senior season. He has stepped it up and will make a great addition to any college.

Ed Smith

Hope to see this top notch young man in Orange and Blue for the 2013 season! Go Gators!!

Wolverinedad

You are absolutely correct on this kid! He's a hard-nose, old school lineman who gives it all on every play. He is a true leader who lets his play be the example rather than words. Any college would be lucky to have him on their team. This is arguably the best, and undoubtedly the hardest working, offensive line in the State. They are bigger, stronger and faster than last year. The only new addition from last year is at center, Adam Gimbel, an extremely intelligent young man (16 yr old senior) who is stronger and faster than the All-County center from last year. This is a very close-knit unit who have been playing together since Junior High. They are all close friends on and off the field. This is an exciting time for Wolverine football and they are anxiously looking forward to the new challenges this year's opponents bring.

Rich

Nice Comments Roy and Jim
Nobody works harder!

Great Player!

hateraide

let us be reminded that nick busse was 1st team all state and dade county player of the year

haterade

to wolverinedad your an idiot. that is all

Wolverinedad

To Haterade: No one has to be reminded about anything least of all of Nick's accomplishments. He has earned the utmost respect and admiration from his peers, coaches and parents. He has raised the bar and set an extremely high standard which all the present and future lineman will strive to emulate. You obviously missed the entire point. This unit (4 returning & 1 new starter) is a group of hard working kids that have played on and off together since junior high. They are working extremely hard to improve so that there is no let down at ANY position across the line. Any negative comments or innuendos are strictly from your imagination. This is a forum to celebrate the kids, their accomplishments and all the hard work they're putting in to contribute to their teams.

demadre

lmao

demadre

Columbus O-Line

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