TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The Florida High Seminoles have had their sites set on a state title the past two seasons, reaching the State Final Four in Class 3A this year. Now they're looking to win it all.
While the Noles lost a lot of talent from last year's final four squad, they have a lot of experience coming back.
Alfred Menjor in the backfield, sought after athlete Amari Harvey, and Willie Taggart Jr. taking over the offense at QB has head coach Jarrod Hickman excited about. They'll have to fill some holes on both the offensive and defensive line, but this group just plans to keep playing Florida High football and make this year a special one.
"Sometimes you have to have the ball bounce your way and have a little bit of luck. We feel like we have a good system and a good process to what we do. We don't want to change much of it, but learn from some of those mistakes and things that have happened and just keep plugging away," said Hickman. "We have a great coaching staff that have worked so hard for so many years and a great group of young men that put a lot of time and effort in. We don't want to change a lot, but learn and try to improve."