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Hotbed Radio February 25, 2013


Hotbed Radio led the show off with breaking news about South Florida’s Washington Park Bucs program leaving the National Youth Football League (NYFL) founded by rap artist and current varsity high school assistant football coach, Luther Campbell to head to the Florida Youth Football League sponsored by pop music artist, Flo Rida.

The move is tremendous for the FYFL who is only in their second year of existence.   From a competitive stand point, it works great, because the Washington Park organization will add a lot of great weight classes that can compete at a really high level.  In addition, it adds parity to the Broward County cohort of the league and that’s all good for the FYFL.

We also talked to Colorado’s state director, Daryl Gonzalez “Gonzo” who directed his Denver based team to a runner-up finish in the 8th grade FBU National Championship tournament.  He talked about new editions to his coaching staff and other great moves he’s making in the state.

And finally we talked to rising 8th grade football prospect, Hunter Moreno, who’s headed to Miami’s Westminster Christian School.  Hunter has tremendous potential at the high school level and will be playing linebacker and some defensive end.  We think he could also easily move to the offensive side of the ball as a left tackle also because he’s likely not done growing, currently standing at 6’2.  Keep an eye on this talented kid.

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About Brandon Odoi

Brandon Odoi is a tenured journalist. He's covered youth football since 8th grade, high school football since 2009 and began covering college football in 2011 as a beat writer for the University of Miami Athletic programs. In 2011, he founded Football Hotbed a national multi-media platform for football across the country. He's a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and spent his first five years as a professional working at ABC Television Network, ending his career as a producer in Miami. He's married with two sons and resides in South Florida.

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