Posted: 11:31 am Monday, August 23rd, 2010
By Matt Porter
Updated Aug. 23, 10:12 p.m.
ESPN 760 is ramping up its coverage of high school football this season, so what better way to make a splash than to rank the top 10 local stars?
The radio station, in partnership with WPTV, released its 10 players to watch in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast. Several players appeared at Monday’s Kirk Herbstreit College Football Kickoff, from 6-8 p.m. at the West Palm Beach Waterfront. The players were introduced to a crowd, shook hands with Herbstreit and received commemorative plaques.
It’s part of a big month for ESPN 760, which recently announced plans for a ‘Football Night in South Florida’ game of the week every Thursday during the season.
Here’s ESPN 760’s list:
1. TE Nick O’Leary, Dwyer
2. WR Kelvin Benjamin, Glades Central
3. OL/DL Giorgio Newberry, Ft Pierce Central
4. DE/OLB Curt Maggitt, Dwyer
5. RB Tre Mason, Park Vista
6. DB Keelin Smith, Treasure Coast
7. DB LaMarcus Brutus, Treasure Coast
8. QB Jacoby Brissett, Dwyer
9. DE John Harris, Boynton Beach
10. DB Terrell Floyd, Port St Lucie
Honorable Mention: OL Marcus Jackson, Vero Beach – OL Mike Matulis, Park Vista – OL Cody Preble, Park Vista – WR Ezekiel Turner, Atlantic – LB Jephete Matilus, Atlantic -DE/TE Robert Way, Glades Central -DB Rontavious Atkins, Pahokee – WR Herve Coby, American Heritage-Delray – OL Mike Romano, Treasure Coast – WR Davonte Allen, Glades Central – WR Terrance Floyd, Santaluces – DB Darrell Hunter, Dwyer – QB/DB Joe Eason, Pahokee – DL Demetris Anderson, Ft Pierce Westwood – QB/DB Jamarious Rowley, Glades Central – DL Keith Bowers, Dwyer – LB/RB Matt Visconti, Olympic Heights – DB J.T. Thornton, Glades Day – WR J’Rod Beard, Atlantic
If you’ve been following Jeff and I on Twitter (quick, look over there on the right), you know we’ve been leaking members of the Palm Beach Post Super 11 team.
If you’re not with the Twitter thing, you should get on board. Jeff and I post updates from the practices we attend, quotes from players and coaches, and all kinds of high school-related news and analysis. You’ll find out where the we’ll be stopping next. And during the season, we’ll hit you with all the live game updates you need. Best of all, it is completely free of charge.