QUICK HITS – A Playoff Team In 2019, 3A Miami Edison Looks For Much More in 2020

While the Coronavirus is dictating high school football, across the country, we can understand the need for ongoing exposure.

Because we promote high school football in south Florida year-round, there is no need to stop right now.

In the coming weeks, we will have a brief look at the school in south Florida in a segment that we call “QUICK HITS”.

Today, our “QUICK HITS” heads back into Miami-Dade County to check in on the Edison Red Raiders.


SCHOOL: Miami Edison Red Raiders

HEAD COACH: Luther Campbell

2019 RECORD: 6-6



2021 – Zackary Baldwin, CB

2021 – Livingston Benoit II, RB

2021 – Malachi Butler, WR

2021 – Darius Chester, RB

2021 – DaMichael Diah, OL

2021 – Heron Eniste, DB

2021 – Roscoe Gibson, WR

2021 – Ryan Indorf , QB

2021 – Sydney King Joseph, WR

2021 – Devonte Lee, OL/DL

2021 – Keith Moore, QB

2021 – Breion Saintard, DE

2021 – Mike Sherill, DB

2021 – Jack Smitherman, QB

2021 – Thaddeus Stewart, DB

SUMMARY: For longtime football fans, it’s been awhile since championship talk has filtered around Little Haiti.

Not that the Red Raiders haven’t been competitive through the years and have turned out their share of elite athletes, but getting enough of them to compete against south Florida powers has not been an easy task.

After upseting Miami Carol City last year and advancing to the state playoffs, beating Miami Westminster Christian and dropping a tough contest to Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian Academy, this is a program that community icon and head coach Luther Campbell believes that this is a team that can accomplish some big things in 2020.

While there are plenty of younger prospects in this program, the success this coming year will revolve around experienced seniors – some were part of the program this past season – while others are coming in to help infuse this talented group.

In addition to the new faces on a new football field that had a late winter grand opening, the coaching staff has also been revamped at that is certainly something that has a chance to make the real difference.

As this program waits like every other school in the state of Florida to get back to work, the optimism still runs high in a neighborhood that is anxious to see a very gifted football team.


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