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On 6/4/2021 at 2:51 PM, Jullian said:

How much talent do they have coming back from lasts year’s team?

I don't follow Lake Minneola so I can't say what talent will return from this past season, but they will be getting a talented young WR transfer from Winter Park HS. His name is Braylon Knauth and he'll be a 10th grader next Fall. WP hates to lose him, but LM should be very happy. Check him out on Hudl and Twitter.

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27 minutes ago, HornetFan said:

I don't follow Lake Minneola so I can't say what talent will return from this past season, but they will be getting a talented young WR transfer from Winter Park HS. His name is Braylon Knauth and he'll be a 10th grader next Fall. WP hates to lose him, but LM should be very happy. Check him out on Hudl and Twitter.

Did he play Varsity last year or was he on the freshman squad? He's still a bit undersized (short), but has the makings of a good to very good receiver/slot. Looked solid enough on defense as well. 

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13 minutes ago, DarterBlue2 said:

Did he play Varsity last year or was he on the freshman squad? He's still a bit undersized (short), but has the makings of a good to very good receiver/slot. Looked solid enough on defense as well. 

Still no matter what they do. Can't beat miami central 

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12 hours ago, DarterBlue2 said:

Did he play Varsity last year or was he on the freshman squad? He's still a bit undersized (short), but has the makings of a good to very good receiver/slot. Looked solid enough on defense as well. 

WP played their sophomores sparingly last season, usually midway through the 4th quarter. He was the only freshman that played varsity and usually went in with the sophomores. He was a favorite receiver of my grandson, the sophomore QB, as they teamed up on several TD passes in varsity games. He was expected to be a starter this coming Fall, but family is moving to Lake County. He'll be missed at WP. Both started against Apopka and Dr Phillips in the Spring Jamboree.

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7 hours ago, DarterBlue2 said:

They will not play Miami Central in 2022. Not in the same class anymore. 

Lake Minneola had a stud QB transfer in last season, but I don't know if he will be there this coming Fall. If he is there, I would expect them to be one of the better teams in their class.

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36 minutes ago, HornetFan said:

Lake Minneola had a stud QB transfer in last season, but I don't know if he will be there this coming Fall. If he is there, I would expect them to be one of the better teams in their class.

I assume he was the starter that was injured early in the season. If he's still in that part of Lake County, I expect he will stay. LM is the big dog in that neck of the woods. They have replaced East Ridge which used to be the best in that area. 

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4 hours ago, HornetFan said:

Lake Minneola had a stud QB transfer in last season, but I don't know if he will be there this coming Fall. If he is there, I would expect them to be one of the better teams in their class.

He will not. Braden Davis (South Carolina commit) is returning to Delaware to finish his HS career. He transferred to Lake Minneola after Delaware cancelled their fall season due to COVID. 

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