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Comment by Heavy on July 12, 2012 at 2:32pm

cater are you coaching the big boys

Comment by Coach Carter on July 12, 2012 at 2:27pm

heavy when i said mentally meaning he was still learning  the game bruh 2 yr player from ol this his 3rd yr(mature) and he ready to shine u will see him up close my brother! trust me.  remember he was my def mvp last yr

Comment by Juan Restrepo on July 12, 2012 at 12:54pm
@COACH carter

Who said i was bragging. Cant u ppl read. I said i have confidence. No1 is bragging. I been saying im not gna talk about it. Ima let his pads talk and u guys come with your football philosophy. Talking about how he should know this n that.....omg lol im not worried about that. I want him focusing on this year n take it year by year.
Comment by Heavy on July 12, 2012 at 11:02am

Hey cater i know yall are working over there and i cant wait for the season to start .We are ready right now.Cater you got to have a eye for talent and you will know where to place a kid but that just me.Over the last few years i have been doing this i have gotten it right where to place a kid and cater you said that your kid was not prepare mentally'Oh my that is on the coach.the next time you get a kid like that send over to me and i will take him to Northwest seafood to get him a bucket of gut.See that the differance over here we train tough and we dont let no kid lay down.i Offer class on the weekend if you are interested.for you it free

Comment by Coach Carter on July 12, 2012 at 9:21am

i have a kid who is with me at n.dade he has been with me for the past  2yrs this is 3rd yr of playing football. his first yr at 125's at bunche he played ol/dl last yr on 145's at opa locka he played ol/olb this yr at the dade he is playing db/wr. he always been one of the better ath on the team but he to develop as football player mentally. i wanted him at wr and te last yr but he wasn't mentally ready for the skill position. but now his routes are crisp and he is catching the ball alot better. his work ethic is tremendous. watch out the kid is special! he was my def mvp last yr at olb. kickoffs he is the first one down there. hey todd and heavy we hustle hard over at the dade! hard works pays off.  like coach chin say every kid is not the type of football player that we want. i lost a player from my team he went back to opa locka cuz we working and coaching over here! if u can"t take the heat u need to leave.

Comment by Coach Carter on July 12, 2012 at 8:54am

typo error will not play that in hs

Comment by Coach Carter on July 12, 2012 at 8:52am

@juan a  football player is a player in optimist he should know all the positions to better understand the game. next yr when me and homeboy go down to the smaller teams every kid is practicing at ol so they will no how important it is. no ol  the ball will not move. cause his genetics he is not a ng. lol this is lil league the ones that playing ol/dl now 9 times out of 10 will play that in optimist i ol/dl lb all my career but move to db in hs. so u can't say he is a rb. might get a growth spurt and become a lb/dl. and if he is that good how u bragging rb will not be his position he would be ath for me wr,te,rb,lb,cb,s not just 2 positions. a football player go wherever they need to go for his team to win!

Comment by Juan Restrepo on July 11, 2012 at 11:43pm

So did Ray Lewis but im not thinking that far ahead. Just preparing him for this season.
Comment by tim on July 11, 2012 at 11:39pm
@juan do you know are teach him about different nfl players and the position they play and played if so do you PATRICK WILLIS played RB in high school but now is the LB in the league
Comment by Juan Restrepo on July 11, 2012 at 11:26pm

Lol he doesnt have the genetics to be a nose guard but if ur asking me if i would help him embrace it. The answer is yes. I support what he wants.
Comment by tim on July 11, 2012 at 11:20pm
@juan if the coach told your nephew that's he was the starting nose guard would you teach him to embrace his accomplishment and be the best nose guard ever
Comment by Juan Restrepo on July 11, 2012 at 11:12pm

I agree with you. Im not saying twan aint gna b a rb there. But i have complete confidence that my nephew gna b right there with him. And he is playing another position. He playing safety also. But well c what happens. Still a long preaeason.
Comment by tim on July 11, 2012 at 11:04pm
@juan not once did call your nephew out his name he's a kid what I said is teach him another position theres 22 spots on a team but everybody wants there kids to play RB. I've seen kids get off on the field and the other kids daddy is standing back made because his son is not in the game. Juan do you think the RB playing behind ADRIAN PETERSON dad is mad because his son is not getting in the game are asking the coach why his son is not getting any touches hell no because he see what AP is doing.
Comment by Juan Restrepo on July 11, 2012 at 10:52pm

Ur preaching to the quieer. I kno all about daddy ball. And ive also seen kids get killed. So idk y ur tryna preach to me. We are cut from the same cloth. Funny thing is u think my nephews a scrub. And ur sadly mistaken. I feel bad for any kid that has that mindset out there. They gna get hurt thinking like that. But as i said before IMA LET MY NEPHEWS PADS do the talking.
Comment by tim on July 11, 2012 at 10:45pm
@juan your basing your nephew RB skills on that WOW. I wonder how many kids was at this camp but what those nfl players should have told you is to teach him all positions not just RB. Juan I've seen ppl kill kid thinking there RB. The reason for daddy ball in certain communities is because nobody is going out into certain areas to coach unless the son is playing and they have the mind set on there kids being the star
Comment by Juan Restrepo on July 11, 2012 at 10:29pm

My point exactly. But he played for Coconut Creek last year. We left cuz of the daddy ball there. But again ima let the pads speak and w.e happens happens. And the reason i think my nephew can play rb at this level is because who trains him and how much work he put in the whole off season. He jus got finish the OD camp, won the rb MvP for his age. And got evaluated by X NFL players. So thats y i think hes a good rb.
Comment by tim on July 11, 2012 at 10:15pm
@juan he was a new kid on a already stack team and still scored more td's in one season then your nephew h*** career but trust know hate just calling a spade. Juan you still haven't told me who your nephew played for last year and the year before that because I'm just trying to see what's makes you think he's a RB
Comment by Juan Restrepo on July 11, 2012 at 9:54pm

Lol i c theres alot of hate in u. So ill let ur comments slide. But ur right. Alot of ppl do want their kid to play rb. Hmmmm was twan a rb last year for cowboys? Not from what i saw. Im pretty sure polamalou was and number 1 and 5. All the film i watched they had twan out wide and would give him reverses. But unlike u. Im not hater and i give props where props are due. Im glad twans on the team. Jus more weapons to cover. He was number 11 right? Ok jus makin sure.
Comment by Anthony Frederick #4 on July 11, 2012 at 9:35pm
ppo 115lbs. lets go get it
Comment by tim on July 11, 2012 at 9:28pm
@juan I wonder why everybody thinks there kid is a RB just because a kid is a crash dummy don't make him a RB.

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