High School Buzz 

Recruiting: Oxbridge Academy TE AJ Garson picks Bowling Green

  • 2:47 pm Sunday, June 28th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang

AJ Garson opened eyes during spring football.

Bowling Green was one of the schools impressed by the Oxbridge Academy tight end’s combination of size and athleticism, extending an offer to Garson near the start of spring football practice.

It turns out Garson was just as impressed with Bowling Green, verbally committing to the Falcons on Saturday after taking an unofficial visit to the campus last week. The 6-foot-6, 230-pound two-star prospect chose Bowling Green over schools like Cincinnati, Idaho and Oregon State. [More]

Recruiting Notebook: Which schools are the favorites to land Pahokee ATH McArthur Burnett?

  • 12:14 pm Friday, June 26th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang and Jodie Wagner
Pahokee running back McArthur Burnett (8) escapes a tackle against Glades Central at Pahokee, Florida on November 6, 2014. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)

It may be the summer, but recruiting never stops.

Over the past seven days, 2016 Royal Palm Beach ATH Marlon Eugene verbally committed to Oregon State and 2017 Dwyer QB Toddy Centeio received another offer. (Find out all of the Palm Beach County recruiting news from the past week here) [More]

2016 Big Board breakdown: No. 6, Travis Homer

  • 6:00 am Friday, April 17th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang

Each weekday leading up to the start of spring practice, we’ll release a new player from the top 10 of our Class of 2016 Big Board and break down his game with an interactive graphic. Today, it’s No. 6, Travis Homer, a running back at Oxbridge Academy.

With Homer’s mixture of strength and speed, his skill set has started to attract BCS programs. But some still wonder if he can put up big numbers against tough competition after Oxbridge Academy played in independent leagues the past two seasons. Homer will have an opportunity to quiet those doubters this season, as [More]

Oxbridge Academy RB Travis Homer earns invite to Nike’s The Opening

  • 12:31 pm Friday, April 3rd, 2015 by Anthony Chiang

Travis Homer’s offseason keeps getting better.

After an impressive showing at the Nike Football Opening Regional camp in February, the Oxbridge Academy running back learned he had earned an invite to Nike’s “The Opening” on Thursday. [More]

Who are Palm Beach County’s top 2016 football recruits?

  • 1:22 pm Thursday, March 12th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang

It’s never too early to talk recruiting.

Time to start the discussion. With less than 11 months before 2016 recruits can sign national letters of intent, who are Palm Beach County’s prized football recruits?

Well, here’s 247Sports’ answer … [More]

Oxbridge Academy RB Travis Homer stands out at Nike camp

  • 11:03 am Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015 by Anthony Chiang

Travis Homer is even surprising himself. After a standout junior season, the 2016 Oxbridge Academy running back is having a standout offseason.

Just a week after receiving an offer from Florida State, Homer posted the top SPARQ score at the Nike Football Opening Regional at Plantation American Heritage on Saturday. American Heritage running back Devin Singletary was named the camp’s running back MVP. [More]

PBgametime mailbag: Glades Central, Oxbridge Academy, bad week in Palm Beach County?

  • 12:55 pm Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014 by Anthony Chiang

Palm Beach County’s high school football season ends Saturday.

But the mailbag is still going strong. In this week’s installment of the PBgametime mailbag, we discuss the futures of Glades Central and Oxbridge Academy, and dissect some of Palm Beach County’s football struggles last week. [More]

Football mailbag: Is Boynton Beach the real deal, FHSAA classification system, program on the fast track?

  • 2:15 pm Tuesday, September 30th, 2014 by Anthony Chiang
No. 2 Boynton Beach is 5-0 this season. (Photo by Damon Higgins)

We are about to start Week 6, but some still have questions about Boynton Beach.

In this week’s installment of the mailbag, we try to answer some of the questions surrounding the Tigers. Also, we take a look at the FHSAA’s classification system, and which Palm Beach County football program is on the fast path to success. [More]