South Florida Express 7 on 7 and the National Exposure for High School Prospects 

Brett Geotz has built one of the most recognized national 7 on 7 teams in South Florida for high school football.  Today, 7 on 7 has become a staple in off season training and most importantly for many high school football players exposure.  Florida Fire and  strong arm are other teams in south Florida offering the opportunity to compete and showcase a players skills.  The opportunity to be recognized through multiple media sources is a key component in the high school recruiting process.  Many parents and quarterbacks automatically assume they will see an offer after making a team or reading about how their son performed by a nationally recognized media outlet.  Mastrole Quarterback Academy’s Ken Mastrole has helped organize the quarterback portion and has seen many of the top talented signal callers come through the SFE as well as other programs.  7 on 7 provides a great platform for rising high school quarterbacks looking to see where they match up with other areas QBs, ability to make quick decesions in a non contact setting, sharpen their fundamentals, and exposure from some of the top media sources in the country ESPNU, Rivals, 247 sports, Army All American, and South Florida High School Sports.  

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