Bahamian Football Players Receive Offers From Colleges


MAZIO Randall


Tribune Sports Reporter


A PAIR of Bahamian football players have garnered collegiate offers following successful seasons at one of the newest rising prep programmes in South Florida.

Miami International Academy players Dwayne Lewis and Mazio Randall have received offers from programmes at both the NAIA and NCAA levels.

Lewis, a 6’3” 215-pound outside linebacker and defensive end has fielded offers from Kentucky Christian Knights in the NAIA and Wagner Seahawks in the Northeastern Conference. He finished the year with eight sacks.

Randall, a 6’4” 280 lineman, played on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball last season. He also received an offer from Kentucky Christian and the Webber International Warriors in the NAIA and a previous offer from South Alabama in the Sun Belt Conference.

“One of the most unselfish kids I ever coached, Randall was a starting defensive tackle the last two seasons but has made the move to offensive tackle to help the team,” said Miami Prep’s Mike Tunsil.

“College coaches, he can play offensive tackle, defensive tackle, or strongside defensive end at the next level. Randall is one of the best interior players in South Florida.”

Miami International Academy finished their inaugural season 2-7 but was highlighted by a 40-0 South Florida High School Orange Bowl win over Palm Beach Christian Prep.


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