Future Miami Hurricane and current five-star recruit James Williams got national exposure last Friday night.
Williams and his teammates from Plantation-American Heritage took on Fort Lauderdale-St. Thomas Aquinas on ESPN2.
While Aquinas came away with a 33-23 victory, Williams had a couple of impressive highlights that showed why the Hurricanes pushed so hard for his verbal commitment.
James Williams @Begreat_20 pic.twitter.com/ouaGUI3HkG— Footballville Nation (@Footballville) November 7, 2020
#FLHSFB #TheU’s @Begreat_20 James Williams (@CanesFootball commit) balling out in the rain for @AHPatriotsFB pic.twitter.com/MMwaj147nF— #RapidReplay (@RapidReplays) November 7, 2020
Malik Curtis nearly led Fort Myers-Bishop Verot to an upset of undefeated Naples-Palmetto Ridge. Curtis played both ways last Friday night and scored on a 35-yard interception return for a touchdown. He also had a 54-yard run in the Vikings’ 28-24 loss.
2021 tight end verbal commitment Elijah Arroyo caught three passes for 72 yards in Frisco (Tx.)-Independence’s 55-28 win over Frisco (Tx.)-Wakeland. Arroyo now has over 400 yards receiving in five games this season.
Plantation wide receiver Jacolby George has been productive since Broward County public schools finally have begun playing.
Jacolby George @Jaco1byg has accounted for 5 TDs in two games. @PHSColonelsFB @Andrew_Ivins— Coach Branch/Black (@coachblack954) November 6, 2020
2021 kicker verbal commitment Andres Borregales booted a 37-yard field goal in Hialeah-Champagnat Catholic’s 55-7 victory over Belle Glade-Glades Day in a Region 2A-4 play-in game. He also had multiple touchbacks.
#30 Andres Borregales seals the deal with a FieldGoal #Champagnat #OnTheRise #RoadToStates pic.twitter.com/S83irUx9BK— ChampagnatLionsRock (@ChampagnatCS) November 7, 2020
Miami’s commitments who play in the state of Florida will begin region playoffs if they have not already during this upcoming week.