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According to the Palm Beach Post, state college football teams recruit most of their star players from Palm Beach County high schools.

The University of Florida, Florida State, and University of Miami all have powerhouse athletic programs any parent would be thrilled to send their aspiring football star to, but it's even more appealing that all of these schools have stellar academic standards and aren't too far from home in the Palm Beaches. Now that FAU, UCF, and USF have been building promising programs as well, the career opportunities for local players are expanding even more.

The Miami Dolphins even take part in preparing local youth for the business side of football. This past Saturday, over 100 South Florida high school football teams

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Pictured: Miami Dolphins 2018 QB Ryan Tannehill and WR Kenny Stills

Two weeks into training camp, Miami Dolphins Quarterback Ryan Tannehill is more solid than ever, and Head Coach Adam Gase is not only cheering him on, but praising his high performance as “mistake-free”.

“[In 2016,] we were all trying to learn the offense and I was trying to learn [the team],” Gase said. “That was the early stages of the offense. Really, once we hit the spring last year, [Tannehill] was just trying to fine-tune more the throws, the pinpoint accuracy. Instead of missing the throws a little bit, he was trying to put it exactly where he wanted it.”

The hopes of Miami’s success last season crumbled in August of 2017 when Calais Campbell’s 6-foot-8 300 pound body

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