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3 minutes ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Flanagan is obviously the team that was the biggest loser of the transfer season

 

They likely going from 8a contenders to 8a bottom feeders in the matter of a season, gotta feel bad for them

I think once they have a normal schedule again, catch their breath, they will be a 6-4 type team again in a decent district.  Too much talent in that area not to once in a while have a decent year when you get a good group of kids/ coaches....

But for now they will be lucky to win 3 games this year.

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There is no way I am keeping track of these transfers. I don't think Tallahassee really understands what they have done here without getting political.

July 24th has arrived. Here is an updated list of players that transferred in Brevard County.  Merritt Island:  2018 WR/ATH Anthony Decamp transfers from Space Coast to Merritt Island. Anthony De

I believe it has already been dropped.  Should he graduate High School he will be damn near 21 years old anyway.  There are people that can't get jobs while on probation and this dude strongarms a 5th

2 minutes ago, BrowardHandicapper said:

I think once they have a normal schedule again, catch their breath, they will be a 6-4 type team again in a decent district.  Too much talent in that area not to once in a while have a decent year when you get a good group of kids/ coaches....

But for now they will be lucky to win 3 games this year.

Think they ever get back to 2015 level? 

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Just now, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Think they ever get back to 2015 level? 

Doubt it in our lifetime. The only Broward public school defenses I can remember on their 2015 level was a few Miramar teams and a  late 80s/ early 90s Dillard team.  I expect them to possibly have a few playoff teams in the future but nothing on that 2015 level.

I do think a hypothetical 2017 Flanagan overall would have been better than 2016 Flanagan though.  Probably on par with 2014 Flanagan.  Got to remember 2014 Flanagan was a very late bootleg that got called back against Columbus ( on a holding call) from going to Orlando.  Had now Michigan LB Devin Bush JR not got knocked out for the season in the first round in 2014 with a broken wrist, they probably get by Columbus and may have made things a little more interesting versus a potent Apopka offense.  

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12 minutes ago, BrowardHandicapper said:

Doubt it in our lifetime. The only Broward public school defenses I can remember on their 2015 level was a few Miramar teams and a  late 80s/ early 90s Dillard team.  I expect them to possibly have a few playoff teams in the future but nothing on that 2015 level.

I do think a hypothetical 2017 Flanagan overall would have been better than 2016 Flanagan though.  Probably on par with 2014 Flanagan.  Got to remember 2014 Flanagan was a very late bootleg that got called back against Columbus ( on a holding call) from going to Orlando.  Had now Michigan LB Devin Bush JR not got knocked out for the season in the first round in 2014 with a broken wrist, they probably get by Columbus and may have made things a little more interesting versus a potent Apopka offense.  

Oh when i said 2015 level i meant more along lines of winning state but that 2015 Flanagan was a once in a lifetime team

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July 24th has arrived. Here is an updated list of players that transferred in Brevard County. 

Merritt Island:  2018 WR/ATH Anthony Decamp transfers from Space Coast to Merritt Island. Anthony Decamp Highlites

2018 RG Terry Haynes transfers from Space Coast to Merritt Island Terry Haynes Highlites

2018 RB Johnny Jones transfers from Space Coast to Merritt Island Johnny Jones Highlites

MCC 2018 WR Jeff Scott Jr. transfer from Vicksburg, MS to Melbourne Central CatholicJeff Scott Jr. Highlites

2018 DE Joel Morris transfers from Sebastian River to Melbourne Central Catholic Joel Slaw Highlites

2020 ATH LaAnthony Valentine transfers from Holy Trinity to Melbourne Central Catholic.

Palm Bay  2018 ATH Shean Gaspard transfers from Bayside to Palm Bay. Shean Highlites

2018 RB Joel Dorjuste transfers from Bayside to Palm Bay. Joel Dorjuste Highlites

2018 WR/FS Kevin Hill transfers from Bayside to Palm Bay. Kevin Hill Highlites

Holy Trinity 2019 DL Terrion Howard transfers from Heritage to Holy Trinity. Terrion Highlites

2019 ATH Lino Odenat Transfers from Palm Bay to Holy TrinityLino Highlites

Viera 2018 DB Qunelius Phillips transfers from Cocoa to Viera Q.Phillips Highlites

Heritage 2018 CB/WR Timothy Bozeman transfers from MCC to Heritage Palm Bay  Timothy Bozeman Highlites

Astronaut 2018 T/G Alec Valet transfers from Titusville to Astronaut HighAlec Valet Highlites

Rockledge 2018 APB/ATH Jashaun Corbin transfers from Holy Trinity to Rockledge. Jashaun Corbin Highlites

2019 OL/DL Zachary Jones transfers from Bristol Central to Rockledge.

2018 WR Ian Edwards transfers from Cocoa to Rockledge. Ian Edwards Highlites

2019 FS Zachary Tucker transfers from Cocoa to Rockledge.

2018 LB Jaleel Henry transfers from Cocoa to Rockledge Jaleel Highlites

2019 QB O.C Brothers transfers from Titusville to Rockledge.  O.C Brothers Highlites

2021 LB/RB Ladarius Tennison transfers from Palm Bay to Rockledge. 

2018 DB Raquan Hinson transfers from Space Coast to Rockledge Raquan Hinson Highlites

2018 OL Tyson Lee transfers from First Coast to Rockledge.

Cocoa 2018 QB Bradley Cantrell transfers from Space Coast to Cocoa. Bradley Cantrell highlites

2018 WR Connor Perrine transfers from Space Coast to Cocoa. Connor Highlites

2019 WR/FS  Rashean Lynn transfers from Titusville to Cocoa. Rashean Lynn Highlites

2018 LB/DE Andreal Curry transfers from Titusville to Cocoa. Andreal Curry Highlites

2018 ATH Legregory King transfers from Astronaut to Cocoa.

2018 QB Jordan Wojciechowski transfers from Astronaut to Cocoa. Jordan Wojciechowski Highlites

2019 ATH Mansa Walston transfers from Heritage to Cocoa.

2018 DT Anthony “Baby Sapp” Lennear transfers from Titusville to Cocoa. Antonio Lennear Highlites

2018 Safety Tri-Marea Charles Transfers from Titusville to Cocoa High. Tri-Marea Highlites

2018 DB Javonn Roberson transfers from Palm Bay to Cocoa High. Javonn Highlites

2018 ATH Deundrell Turpin transfers from Space Coast to Cocoa.

2019 QB/ATH Willie Gaines transfers from Heritage to Cocoa. Willie Gaines Highlites

2020 DB Jason Miller transfers from Heritage to Cocoa.

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5 minutes ago, BrowardHandicapper said:

What is the 2017 official transfer deadline, new rules factored and all?

I thought rules came in effect in June and the deadline is that you can't play for another team once you practice for a team after school year starts 

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13 hours ago, Raefsu233 said:

July 24th has arrived. Here is an updated list of players that transferred in Brevard County. 

Merritt Island:  2018 WR/ATH Anthony Decamp transfers from Space Coast to Merritt Island. Anthony Decamp Highlites

2018 RG Terry Haynes transfers from Space Coast to Merritt Island Terry Haynes Highlites

2018 RB Johnny Jones transfers from Space Coast to Merritt Island Johnny Jones Highlites

MCC 2018 WR Jeff Scott Jr. transfer from Vicksburg, MS to Melbourne Central CatholicJeff Scott Jr. Highlites

2018 DE Joel Morris transfers from Sebastian River to Melbourne Central Catholic Joel Slaw Highlites

2020 ATH LaAnthony Valentine transfers from Holy Trinity to Melbourne Central Catholic.

Palm Bay  2018 ATH Shean Gaspard transfers from Bayside to Palm Bay. Shean Highlites

2018 RB Joel Dorjuste transfers from Bayside to Palm Bay. Joel Dorjuste Highlites

2018 WR/FS Kevin Hill transfers from Bayside to Palm Bay. Kevin Hill Highlites

Holy Trinity 2019 DL Terrion Howard transfers from Heritage to Holy Trinity. Terrion Highlites

2019 ATH Lino Odenat Transfers from Palm Bay to Holy TrinityLino Highlites

Viera 2018 DB Qunelius Phillips transfers from Cocoa to Viera Q.Phillips Highlites

Heritage 2018 CB/WR Timothy Bozeman transfers from MCC to Heritage Palm Bay  Timothy Bozeman Highlites

Astronaut 2018 T/G Alec Valet transfers from Titusville to Astronaut HighAlec Valet Highlites

Rockledge 2018 APB/ATH Jashaun Corbin transfers from Holy Trinity to Rockledge. Jashaun Corbin Highlites

2019 OL/DL Zachary Jones transfers from Bristol Central to Rockledge.

2018 WR Ian Edwards transfers from Cocoa to Rockledge. Ian Edwards Highlites

2019 FS Zachary Tucker transfers from Cocoa to Rockledge.

2018 LB Jaleel Henry transfers from Cocoa to Rockledge Jaleel Highlites

2019 QB O.C Brothers transfers from Titusville to Rockledge.  O.C Brothers Highlites

2021 LB/RB Ladarius Tennison transfers from Palm Bay to Rockledge. 

2018 DB Raquan Hinson transfers from Space Coast to Rockledge Raquan Hinson Highlites

2018 OL Tyson Lee transfers from First Coast to Rockledge.

Cocoa 2018 QB Bradley Cantrell transfers from Space Coast to Cocoa. Bradley Cantrell highlites

2018 WR Connor Perrine transfers from Space Coast to Cocoa. Connor Highlites

2019 WR/FS  Rashean Lynn transfers from Titusville to Cocoa. Rashean Lynn Highlites

2018 LB/DE Andreal Curry transfers from Titusville to Cocoa. Andreal Curry Highlites

2018 ATH Legregory King transfers from Astronaut to Cocoa.

2018 QB Jordan Wojciechowski transfers from Astronaut to Cocoa. Jordan Wojciechowski Highlites

2019 ATH Mansa Walston transfers from Heritage to Cocoa.

2018 DT Anthony “Baby Sapp” Lennear transfers from Titusville to Cocoa. Antonio Lennear Highlites

2018 Safety Tri-Marea Charles Transfers from Titusville to Cocoa High. Tri-Marea Highlites

2018 DB Javonn Roberson transfers from Palm Bay to Cocoa High. Javonn Highlites

2018 ATH Deundrell Turpin transfers from Space Coast to Cocoa.

2019 QB/ATH Willie Gaines transfers from Heritage to Cocoa. Willie Gaines Highlites

2020 DB Jason Miller transfers from Heritage to Cocoa.

Does the Cocoa team still have any players that live in Cocoa? I presume their parents will be sitting in the visitor's stands?   :unsure:

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3 minutes ago, Proseteye said:

Does the Cocoa team still have any players that live in Cocoa? I presume their parents will be sitting in the visitor's stands?   :unsure:

Some of those transfers were originally at Cocoa then transferred out and now they transferred back. Plus a lot of the players went to space coast actually live in the cocoa area and just was part of space coast zoning. Port St John was actually a township of Cocoa

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4 hours ago, KeemD321 said:

Some of those transfers were originally at Cocoa then transferred out and now they transferred back. Plus a lot of the players went to space coast actually live in the cocoa area and just was part of space coast zoning. Port St John was actually a township of Cocoa

Quick question after finding out Bruce Judson live in Orlando in the Jones district, did he move to cocoa or did that commute from Orlando to brevard everyday? 

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19 hours ago, Zoe Boy said:

Quick question after finding out Bruce Judson live in Orlando in the Jones district, did he move to cocoa or did that commute from Orlando to brevard everyday? 

He moved to Cocoa. Unless you live on the extreme East side of Orlando (UCF area or east of there), it would be too much commute to go to Cocoa daily.

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On 7/21/2017 at 1:10 PM, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

@BrowardHandicapper what do you think would be 10 teams who won the most from transfer season? 

Broward schools that have had a boost with incoming transfers this off-season:

 

Deerfield Beach - May not have received the best talent pound for pound but when you already have a strong core of athletes like DFB always has you can patch up and add a lot of depth to your team.  Coral Springs had a exodus that sent about 15+ players to DFB including what may be starting QB Kyle Kaplan who has a FCS offer or two right now. DFB also received D1 type talent from Boyd Anderson (DE), Piper (DL), Coconut Creek S/DB), Ely (DL) and others.

Dillard - The Panthers have supposedly picked up about 15 incoming transfers this off-season but I believe the number is probably closer to 10.  Either way, a 4* 2 way player at WR/DB and another D1 WR from Coconut Creek along with a FBS caliber RB from Chaminade has convinced me that Dillard will be a improved team.

Blanche Ely - Like DFB, Ely already also has athletes and they received talent from generally the same neighboring schools as DFB.  Ely did very well in the off-season , lost a couple over the summer but overall expect a very improved team.

Chaminade-Madonna - picked up a few players from several neighboring schools, primarily Flanagan and Archbishop McCarthy.  Several of those players hold D1 offers and will add lots depth to this 3A power.

 

Miramar -  Many do not realize that the Patriots lost 41 Seniors to graduation this spring. Many of them being starters amd 12 now playing in college.  The patchwork began with bringing back DC AJ Scott (formerly with Mirmar) over from McArthur,  bringing in a few players from local schools and the hiring of a couple NW Dade assistants and next thing you know you have a 8A contender.  Although Miramar lost recent McArthur QB transfer Deon Jones to Norland and projected starting RB Quino Mauricette to North Miami, the Patriots have improved overall from transfers this year.

South Broward - SB has quietly picked up 5+ talented players from as far away as Coconut Creek and Taravella.  They did lose several D1 caliber players from last year along with some talented players but they appear to have patched up well and should have a potent offense particularly.

AHP - Pulled in a few players and coaches from the Flanagan exodus, a OL from Douglas and a few players from as far away as Monsignor Pace to bolster their already stacked roster.

Western - Lost a bit particularly defensively but Western landed a few players from surrounding schools, particularly a couple of WRs that should do well in the Wildcats offense.  Should be much improved offensively. 

STA - With already the deepest roster in the state heading into 2017, STA added a few names that will give their program a boost.  Very few 3*+  recruits transferred  in to STA in 2017 compared to usual but they have added depth.

Teams that may have benefited from transfers but I have little details: Everglades, West Broward, Cardinal Gibbons, Pine Crest

 

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If you guys don't see how messed up this is, I can't help you. If a coach is struggling to build a program and is about to turn the corner then gets picked clean by the powers that be, how can there ever be a change in the competitive balance?

 

This will be the ruin of a once fun amateur sport. Enjoy your harp and wine while Rome burns...

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20 minutes ago, 181pl said:

If you guys don't see how messed up this is, I can't help you. If a coach is struggling to build a program and is about to turn the corner then gets picked clean by the powers that be, how can there ever be a change in the competitive balance?

 

This will be the ruin of a once fun amateur sport. Enjoy your harp and wine while Rome burns...

Same way a coache sees a better opportunity and bounces first chance he gets, nobody don't criticize him for it.. I'm glad kids have the opportunity to do what they feel is a better opportunity for them...  In the end of the day they trying to better themselves.....  Guess what tho it still is and will always be amateur sports..

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3 minutes ago, Zoe Boy said:

Same way a coache sees a better opportunity and bounces first chance he gets, nobody don't criticize him for it.. I'm glad kids have the opportunity to do what they feel is a better opportunity for them...  In the end of the day they trying to better themselves.....  Guess what tho it still is and will always be amateur sports..

But a coach is an adult who has a job. I'm of the opinion that for most kids this will not be beneficial. A lot of these transfer kids will have put a lot of time and work to help build a program into a winner. Many will bail based on some bogus promise of a championshp run or some better offer (or an offer period). At the end of the day, there will only be a few championship teams crowned and only a few college scholarships handed out. Odds are that Johnny Transfer isn't going to be on one of those few championship teams and won't get a scholly. However, had he stuck around, he may have had the pride to watch a program turn into a winner with his teammates and coaches, instead of just being a likely irrelevant part of a team that was going to be a winner anyway. 

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4 minutes ago, 181pl said:

But a coach is an adult who has a job. I'm of the opinion that for most kids this will not be beneficial. A lot of these transfer kids will have put a lot of time and work to help build a program into a winner. Many will bail based on some bogus promise of a championshp run or some better offer (or an offer period). At the end of the day, there will only be a few championship teams crowned and only a few college scholarships handed out. Odds are that Johnny Transfer isn't going to be on one of those few championship teams and won't get a scholly. However, had he stuck around, he may have had the pride to watch a program turn into a winner with his teammates and coaches, instead of just being a likely irrelevant part of a team that was going to be a winner anyway. 

There are faults to the system but how was the old system better 

 

You had private schools with open enrollment but publics were limited to school zones

 

Only thing this does is give publics the same rules as privates 

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