Myers pulls first offer from USF and news from around the Bay

Cameron Myers, Durant High School, 2018, RB picked up his first offer yesterday from the hometown South Florida Bulls. The Bulls have been well invested in the Bay Area since this time last season as Willie Taggart and staff really dove into the adjacent counties. Myers is another target who has been evaluated by the Bulls staff, this time under new head coach Charlie Strong.

Myers is a 6 foot 1 inch rising senior running back with really strong ability to get skinny in small places, avoiding unnecessary contact. Possesses very good vision, balance and awareness and has the ability to be a pass catcher from any location.

As a junior Myers played in 9 games, carried the ball 100 times for 743 yards and 7.4 yards a carry and 82.6 yards per game scoring 10 times on the ground last season.

Plant City started their new era under new head football coach James Booth. Booth is the fourth head coach for the Raiders in four years and stability is desired by those who root for Plant City. BCP was there on day one of spring practice and it was evident the Raiders are missing their primary playmaker Treshaun Ward who is rumored to be transferring to Armwood. Raiders will be breaking in a new offense, along with terminology and a brand new quarterback. The defense is a work in progress with the strength at the linebacker position with veterans such as Ashton Mincy and James Gordan. Well organized practice, uptempo and progressive.

Cleveland Reed, 2018, OL (PRJ OG) returned to Fort Meade after transferring to Lakeland late in the 2016 school year. Reed never played a down for the Dreadnaughts and is expected to wear the black and yellow Fort Meade Miner helmet again during the 2017 football season. Reed is a recent University of Miami verbal commit.

Treshaun Ward 2019 formerly at Plant City and Fitzroy Gardner 2018, DE (PRJ LB) formerly at Lennard are rumored to be transferring and Armwood may be the landing spot. Both athletes are tops in their respective classification and may join a championship program. The Hawks are expected to be really good again this season and if Ward and Gardner are added the outlook for the Hawks looks to be even better. No official word if either athlete has enrolled at any new school.