By Jerry Williamson - August 5, 2015 - 12:05pm
If you're a fan of youth football and is looking for one of the most exciting offensive play makers across the country for the class of 2021 and you happen to be in the South Florida area -- take the Florida Turnpike southbound and merge off on Exit 13 and St. Joseph Delancy Park will be your destination. Jermaine, enters fall ranked as Generation Nexxt Scouting #1 wide receiver in South Florida for his class -- after scoring double digit touchdowns last season at nearly every position for Greater Miami So. Florida Pop Warner Conference -- Richmond-Perrine Giants Pee Wee football team.
Youth football isn't a pass first league, which hinders wide receivers of making game changing plays like running backs, but this off-season he (Jermaine) displayed just how far ahead of the game he really is at wide out compared to everyone in his class. He outright dominated the 7-on-7 Tournaments throughout the sunshine state.
Question: How does it feel to enter the season as the #1 wide receiver in South Florida for your class, according to Generation Nexxt Scouting?
Answer: It feels great. It's makes me grind and work harder.
Question: What's your goal this season on the gridiron? And why?
Answer: My goal is to be the best player on both sides of the field. I plan to keep making big plays for my team. Why? Because I'm trying to take my team to Disney World
Question: What high school football athlete in South Florida do you compare your game to?
Answer: I compare myself to Sam Bruce from St. Thomas Aquinas. He "LIVE". I watch his Hudl and videos on YouTube.
Question: What academic and athletic accomplishments have you earned this off-season or school year?
Answer: Some of my accomplishments this year and last year were being "the most improved student", MVP of the 12U SMYFFL, 12U and 14U Champs and being ranked the #1 Wide Receiver by Gennexxt
Question: What do you think makes you a great all-around athlete?
Answer:I think being a student 1st, an athlete 2nd and being coachable is what makes a great all around athlete. They all go hand in hand.