MVP Premium Content 1st & GOAL : Cogdell’s move to West Virginia will have a big impact on South Florida recruiting


1st & GOAL is an opinion column written by Publisher Joshua Wilson Look for more South Florida recruits to leave the state in the coming years. You can thank Damon Cogdell later. The now-former Miramar head coach who is leaving the state take an assistant’s position under Dana Holgorsen will for sure have a huge impact on the recruiting ... Read More »

1st & Goal: The unofficial start to the 2013 season showed us a lot


Welcome to the first edition of 1st & Goal in what hopes to become a weekly column on different thought and opinions from Florida HS Football Owner & Publisher, Joshua Wilson. I welcome you feed back at anytime in the comments section below, sending a DM to us on Twitter @FlaHSFootball or dropping an email to me at This first ... Read More »

Nash’s Notes: 5 new names to know in the upcoming season


On a weekly basis now, I have introduced you to five new prospects in the state of Florida who are going to be making an impact heading into their senior season. While the class of 2014 is filled with magnificent prospects, the class of 2015 and 2016 are just as talented. Through camps, combines, and other off-season events I continue ... Read More »

Nash’s Notes: 5 new names to know for the class of 2014


This past week, two of Florida’s top prospects committed to Michigan and Miami (FL) respectively. Those two prospects were East Lake LT Mason Cole and Miami Central RB Joseph Yearby. Watching their highlight film you understand why they are two of the hottest commodities in the state. This week, I am going to highlight five players who are already committed ... Read More »

Nash’s Notes: Five names to know in the Class of 2014


The best part about Florida High School Football is the fact that everywhere you look, there is a new prospect ready to display their skills. It’s time to get to know some of these prospects who are blowing up college recruiting boards and catching my eye in the film room. The Class of 2014 has Division I talent all over ... Read More »

KOSNITZKY’S KORNER: The Art of Decommitting


As we now embark into the final weeks until National Signing Day on February 6, 2013, the abundance of committals and decommittals occurs at an accelerated rate. The high school athlete who receives multiple offers has the dilemma of not only choosing the right school for himself but ensuring that he does not alienate the other suitors. This especially becomes ... Read More »

KOSNITZKY’S KORNER: All Star Games and the Kids


When I left Orlando after the state finals, my intent was to decompress and focus on the holiday season. However after dialoguing with several coaches in my area regarding the 18th Annual Nike All-Star Game between Dade vs. Florida, I wanted to give my brief take on these events in general. To me these events offer grade benefits if the following ... Read More »

KOSNITZKY’S KORNER: Questions Answered


As we close the season, it seems as if only a few weeks ago, we were focusing on the conclusion of 7-on-7 tournaments instead of all-star games. I look back at some of my questions from August and now can share those answers. Would the large Tampa area schools dominate as they did last year? In my eyes, Plant and ... Read More »

KOSNITZKY'S KORNER: Female Quarterback Shines Light On Gender Equity

As we embrace gender equity and celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Title IX, we open the discussion of 11-8A, South Plantation reserve QB, Erin Dimeglio. Erin’s story was brought to my attention by this well written article from the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Many of us learned that U.S. Olympian Holley Mangold, who currently weighs 320 lbs, played football in high ... Read More »

KOSNITZKY'S CORNER: What Do We Learn From Preseason?

        Whether you refer to it as a Kickoff Classic, Jamboree or simply preseason, that was the type of high school football games we had this week. Since the game does not count in the standings, how important is it for a team? From my perspective, I was happy when my team won their game and I ... Read More »

ADAM KOSNITZKY: Hurricane Andrew: When Football Was Just A Game

As we approach a new season and involve ourselves in another Hurricane Season, one cannot help but reflect that this week is the 20th Anniversary of Hurricane Andrew. With winds peaking at 175 M.P.H., this category 5 storm wreaked havoc throughout all of Southern Dade County and at the time was the costliest storm in U.S. history. Although, I lived ... Read More »