Marti: 'I did pretty well'

The annual Miami-Dade versus Broward All-Star game took place this weekend and it included a slew of Miami Hurricane recruits, of which, Gulliver linebacker Brandon Marti felt he was able to make an impact.

The annual Miami-Dade versus Broward All-Star game took place this weekend and it included a slew of Miami Hurricane recruits, of which, Gulliver linebacker Brandon Marti felt he was able to make an impact.

"When I was able to play, I thought I matched up well," Marti said. "The speed was different from a regular game, but I did pretty well."

The Dade County All-Stars lost the game 14-13, that didn't stop Marti from having a good time throughout the week's events.

"Unfortunately, we lost, but it was a great experience, the game was real fun," Marti said.

The game only featured six linebackers from Dade County, so Marti was able to shine when given chances during the game and practice.

"The speed was the same during the game as in practice, so I kept up pretty well," Marti said.

Of the other players that attended the game, Marti pointed out several future Miami Hurricanes as the most impressive players on the field.

"I thought on the Dade side the Booker T. players did real well," Marti said. "(Cornerback) Brandon Harris and (wide receivers) Thearon Collier and Davon Johnson played good throughout the week. Johnson is real fast."

Marti has wrapped up his recruiting and will be enrolling to the University of Miami in the summer. He is a full qualifier.


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