Every home game this year, the Miami Dolphins recognize the top players, coaches and teams in youth and high school football throughout south Florida.
For the game against the Green Bay Packers, the Palm Beach Gardens William T. Dwyer High School football team ran out of the tunnel in pink jerseys in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month at Sun Life Stadium. The high school is one of the only teams in the area that has pink jerseys that represent breast cancer awareness, and the team in the past has honored survivors by wearing pink jerseys.
For the game against the Packers, Amari Daniels of the Miami Gardens Vikings (11 years old) in the Florida Youth Football League was honored on the field by the Miami Dolphins as the Youth Player of the Week presented by Under Armour. Daniels is coached by his father, Scott Daniels. He is joined by Troy Drayton of the Miami Dolphins.
Wide receiver Ellex "Pooh" Davis of Monarch High School was honored as Miami Dolphins High School Player of the Week presented by Under Armour. Davis is coached by Calvin Davis. He is joined by Troy Drayton of the Miami Dolphins.
Photos By The Miami Dolphins.