High School Buzz 

Village Academy’s Devonte Robinson leaves West Virginia for JUCO

  • 11:15 am Wednesday, July 10th, 2013 by Matt Porter

When Devonte Robinson signed with West Virginia in 2012, he became the first FBS player from Village Academy, a program currently entering its fifth varsity season. His No. 1 jersey was retired in a signing day ceremony at his high school.

But after a rocky season with the Mountaineers, Robinson is looking for a new jersey to wear.

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Village Academy to retire West Virginia-bound WR Devonte Robinson’s jersey

  • 3:40 pm Tuesday, January 31st, 2012 by Matt Porter

Village Academy plans to recognize its first star athlete during its Signing Day ceremony. [More]

Avery Young, Jessamen Dunker in top 10 of Rivals’ top 100 Florida prospects

  • 1:22 am Thursday, July 21st, 2011 by Jeff Greer

Rivals released its top 100 preseason rankings of Florida’s Class of 2012 recruits this week. Palm Beach Gardens tackle Avery Young and Boynton Beach guard/tackle Jessamen Dunker are both in the top 10.

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Summer football stock report: Atlantic up, Glades Central down

  • 2:28 pm Friday, July 15th, 2011 by Jeff Greer

This is a new feature I want to try this fall: a stock report each week detailing the rising, falling or maintaining of teams, players and other topics. With so much going on in the offseason, from team camps and combines to 7-on-7 tournaments and spring games, why don’t we take stock of some big names and teams?

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Village Academy WR Devonte Robinson commits to West Virginia

  • 1:09 pm Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 by Jeff Greer

Devonte Robinson has become the trend-setter for a young-and-upcoming Village Academy football program.

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Observations from 2011 Brandon Flowers 7-on-7 (and reports from Nike 7-on-7 in Miami)

  • 4:10 pm Sunday, July 10th, 2011 by Matt Porter

They don’t appear in the record books, but 7-on-7s are prime opportunities for teams to grow their skill positions and build together. Saturday’s event, put on by Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Brandon Flowers along with Prep and Sports, brought together 10 teams from Palm Beach County and seven from surrounding counties to Seacrest Athletic Complex in Delray Beach. 

It was a fun (and hot) event that ended with Flowers’ alma mater, Atlantic, winning the title over John I. Leonard. 

That said, here are some scattered observations: [More]