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    He was the first Head Coach of Varsity Football at Trinity Catholic HS in 2002 the school's 2nd year in existence. . 2002 4-6 HC Kerwin Bell 2003 6-5 HC Kerwin Bell District Runner-Up 2004 8-3 HC Kerwin Bell District Champions 2005 14-0 HC Kerwin Bell District Champions,Regional Champions,State Champions 2006 13-1 HC Kerwin Bell District Champions,Regional Champions,State Runner-Up He was mostly responsible for mentoring QB John Brantley, Jr and helping him to become one of the best high school QBs in Florida. Bell also was able to bring very reliable and experienced assistants on board. I think that I was in the stands for every game that he coached. He was a disciplinarian who ran his teams like a military platoon and I got to the games very early just to watch how his teams marched on to the field and went through their warmups. Everyone wished that he had remained at Trinity. But, he had the opportunity to coach a college team and he made that a success also.
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    Florida tournament 2019 season

    And let us know when and where the games are being played . . . I may want to try and catch one of the games.
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    2019 PFF NFL All-Rookie Team

    3 Cocoa grads make the NFL 2019 all rookie team. OT JAWAAN TAYLOR, JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS Taylor was the only rookie tackle in the NFL this season to play 500 or more offensive snaps and record a pass-blocking grade higher than 60.0. It was not an outstanding season for rookie tackles, but Taylor had a decent start to his career on the right side of the Jaguars’ offensive line. His 63.8 overall grade ranked 22nd out of 38 qualifying right tackles, and he was one of 20 players at the position to allow a pressure rate lower than 6.0%. In a disappointing season for the Jaguars’ line as a whole, Taylor’s solid play as a rookie was a silver lining. CB JAMEL DEAN, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS The first significant game action that Dean saw this season in Week 9 against the Seattle Seahawks was one of the worst cornerback performances of the season. He allowed nine receptions for 155 yards in that outing alone. Since then, he’s been one of the best cornerbacks in the league. Among all cornerbacks with 25 or more targets since Week 10, Dean’s passer rating allowed of 29.1 was the lowest in the NFL by over 10 points, and his forced incompletion rate of 30.3% also led the position group. That strong finish to the season gives plenty of reason to be optimistic about his pairing with Carlton Davis in 2020. CB CHAUNCEY GARDNER-JOHNSON, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Gardner-Johnson has been a bit of a Swiss Army knife for the Saints' defense, playing 50 or more snaps as a slot cornerback, box safety free safety and edge defender. Most of his time has been spent at slot corner, with 268 snaps, and his play there is the biggest reason for his inclusion on this list. Among all defenders with 25 or more slot targets, Gardner-Johnson’s 77.3 coverage grade ranks fourth. His 29.6% forced incompletion rate on those slot targets is the best in the league. The slot receiver is becoming a bigger and bigger part of NFL offenses, and Gardner-Johnson is proving his worth by taking those passes away. https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-pff-2019-all-rookie-team

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