While this season will be watered down with many of the top teams not playing for state titles because of Covid-19, there are still some top-flight teams to keep an eye on.

Posted On: 10/13/20 9:36 AM

While we know that this is a strange year – with many of the south Florida teams not playing for a state title, the show must go on.

In the eight classes, only defending state champs 4A Miami Booker T. Washington and 8A Miami Christopher Columbus have opted not to play for a state title – rather play an 8-10 game season to get enough film for their many seniors who are on the fence.

We all know that this season should have been delayed for EVERYONE in the state – at least until November 1. No team should have to make a decision whether they are going to play for a state title. That has always been part of the process, but others felt differently, splitting the Sunshine State in half. Serious lack of leadership at the top. But we will for a minute look at the teams who will be playing for state titles in 2020.

With Columbus out of the mix, 8A will be competitive.

Right off the bat, the two teams that come to mind are Miami Palmetto, who happens to have as many Power 5 recruits as

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