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  • Seabreeze star running back Trey Rodriguez transferring to Mainland

    Seabreeze star running back Trey Rodriguez transferring to Mainland
    The top junior running back in Central Florida is transferring. Daytona Beach Seabreeze star Treyvaughn “Trey” Rodriguez, ranked No. 3 in the Sentinel’s 2014 Central Florida Super60, said Thursday he will enroll at cross-town...
  • Trent Harris down to Florida, Miami, Ohio State; Decision live Monday at noon

    Trent Harris down to Florida, Miami, Ohio State; Decision live Monday at noon
    Winter Park defensive end Trent Harris has narrowed his list of 22 college football scholarship offers to three finalists with Florida, Miami and Ohio State still in the hunt. The 6-foot-2, 231-pound Harris will announce his decision Monday at noon...
  • Arizona ends offer drought for Dr. Phillips ATH Deionte Gaines

    Arizona ends offer drought for Dr. Phillips ATH Deionte Gaines
    Deionte Gaines received his first college football scholarship offer last summer from the University of Cincinnati. Usually, a prospect's first offer means there will be more to come in the near future. For the speedy Dr. Phillips slot receiver,...
  • Winter Park WR Gabe McClary has 3 offers, visits UCF today

    Winter Park WR Gabe McClary has 3 offers, visits UCF today
    Gabe McClary is just a laid-back kind of guy who smiles at everything, seemingly taking it all in stride. So when the we learned recently that the Winter Park wide receiver had quietly racked up three college football scholarship offers, it wasn’t...
  • Zack Darlington 'ecstatic' about offer from Ohio State's Urban Meyer

    Zack Darlington 'ecstatic' about offer from Ohio State's Urban Meyer
    It seems that with every top quarterback in the state of Florida there comes a certain comparison. Former Oviedo Hagerty star and current Florida starting QB Jeff Driskel heard it. And it’s no different for Zack Darlington. When Ohio State...
  • Orlando Evans cornerback James 'J.J.' Julius commits to Pittsburgh

    Orlando Evans cornerback James 'J.J.' Julius commits to Pittsburgh
    Orlando Evans cornerback James Julius, known more commonly as J.J., may not have been the most heralded of the Trojans' 2013 class of college football prospects, but it hasn't made the 5-foot-11, 178-pound defensive back any less marketable. On Saturday...
  • Catching up with FSU commit WR Ryan Sousa of Orlando Lake Nona

    Catching up with FSU commit WR Ryan Sousa of Orlando Lake Nona
    We finally caught up to Ryan Sousa since his commitment to Florida State this past Thursday, when he was in Tallahassee to receive head coach Jimbo Fisher’s scholarship offer. “I went up there to meet with the coaches and talk to Coach...
  • The Prospector: Toro Taggart stirs up USF fever, and it's catching

    The Prospector: Toro Taggart stirs up USF fever, and it's catching
    Willie Taggart has a fever. It’s highly contagious and it’s spreading across the state like mad-cow disease, only it’s converting prospects to Bulls. USF Bulls. It’s the Toro Taggart epidemic. People are catching it, in droves....
  • The Prospector: Make way for little guys in fast, furious football

    The Prospector: Make way for little guys in fast, furious football
    If you like speed and flash in your football, then you’re going to love what Central Florida’s 2014 edition has to offer. As we look at the upcoming senior class, and more specifically, the latest Sentinel Super60 rankings, one thing jumps...
  • U. of C. professor helps measure altruism in children

    U. of C. professor helps measure altruism in children
    Generosity increased dramatically, albeit temporarily, among a group of 9-year-olds but declined among 6-year-olds soon after a major 2008 earthquake in China, according to an international team of researchers that included a University of Chicago...
  • Research shows the brain quickly determines intent of harmful actions

     Research shows the brain quickly determines intent of harmful actions
    New research from the University of Chicago illustrates that individuals can tell very quickly whether a harmful action they witness is intentional or accidental. "The first step (in moral computations) is that we have to know whether an action we...