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Does the best high school player always win?
Is winning a Mr. Football similar to the SI Cover or Madden Cover curse where your professional career is mediocre at best?
Is it even a good sign that you are going to be a star in college football?
We can't really judge anybody from 2013 on

1992    Jammi German    Ft. Myers
1993    Shevin Wiggins    Manatee
1994    Daunte Culpepper    Vanguard
1995    Frankie Franklin    Sandalwood
1996    Travis Henry    Frostproof
1997    Zain Gilmore    Robinson
1998    Anquan Boldin    Pahokee
1999    Willie Green    Osceola
2000    Adrian McPherson    Southeast
2001    Leon Washington    Jackson
2002    Andre Reese    Taylor
2003    Xavier Lee    Seabreeze
2004    Antone Smith    Pahokee
2005    Tim Tebow    Nease
2006    Robert Marve    Plant
2007    Jacory Harris    Miami Northwestern
2008    A.J. Graham    Godby
2009    Matt Elam    Dwyer
2010    Quentin Williams    Jefferson
2011    Randy "Duke" Johnson    Norland
2012    Derrick Henry    Yulee
2013    Dalvin Cook    Miami Central
2014    Deandre Johnson    First Coast
2015    DeShawn Smith    Nature Coast Technical
2016    Nick Tronti    Ponte Vedra
2017    Bryce Carpenter    Venice
2018    Carson Beck    Mandarin

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Worth noting that the award is intended to honor the best high school player.   It's not a "most likely to succeed at the next level or the level after that" award.   Similar in some respects to the Heisman Trophy.  Both reward the player for what he did over the course of a particular season (and, in some cases, influenced by his career).  Let the recruiting services dishing out stars and the Mel Kipers of the world predict success at the next level.   Oh, by the way, they'll miss on several players too.  B)

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