I watched him scrimmage against Winter Park as a sophomore; he was almost unstoppable. Also watched him play 7v7 this past winter against some of the best 7v7 all-star teams in Central Florida. This was a man playing against boys, and he was just a sophomore. If the kid from Madison is half as talented, he's pretty good.
I would be fine with watching softball and baseball this fall if I thought they would actually get to play
However I feel what would happen is they will move it and a few weeks from now they will cancel it and leave spring sports as a casualty of the virus for the second straight season which isn't okay with me
The kids are going back to school this month, either in class or on-line. I think the FHSAA should look into which sports can be played safely this Fall, regardless of when their season normally is scheduled. I play golf three mornings a week and have played through the entire pandemic. We social distance, ride single in carts or walk, don't touch the flag sticks, and we're all over 65, many of us with pre-existing conditions. The schools could play golf, tennis, cross country, possibly baseball and softball with limited exposure. My thought is that a lot of these sports lost out last Spring. We don't know what it will be like this coming Spring. Give these kids a chance to play their sport now. They'll be subject to greater exposure in the classroom than they will be playing their sport. I also want to see football played this year, if possible. With the colleges creating a great deal of confusion this week, who knows if we'll have football, but if possible, let the kids play.
If you want to see perhaps the best football player in the state of Florida, take a look at the attached and watch his sophomore season hi-lites from last season. This is Terrance Gibbs of The Masters Academy in Oviedo, FL. He is a 6'0", 200 pound man-child entering his junior year; he's considering a possible transfer to a nearby 8A school for this coming season. The Masters Academy plays in the Sunshine League (non-FHSAA) and won the state championship last season.