The first day of the Florida-Georgia Senior High School All-Star Game took place on Thursday in Miami. The game will be played Sunday at 4.

Posted On: 01/15/21 7:36 AM

As the Martin Luther King holiday begins, plenty of attention will be focused on south Florida.

With many activities going on nationally, there will be a spotlight shining on this area – as nearly 100 top senior football players from Florida and Georgia are out to get this prestigious game off the ground once again.

As the teams arrived on Thursday, both practiced twice at Traz Powell Stadium – the site of this year’s game.

Scheduled for a 4 p.m. kickoff on Sunday.

After arriving in Miami at the spacious Even Hotel – Team Florida and Team Georgia had the chance to get started preparing.

The game, which is rekindling the tradition that this match up once held in Orlando, Atlanta, Daytona Beach among other places, is getting things started in this ‘border war” with plenty of talent on display.

On Thursday, Team Florida and head coach Lamont Green and Team Georgia and head coach Robert Edwards III showcased some very impressive talent – many who have already signed – while other players are hoping that this game will provide that much-needed forum.

There is no getting around that this was a tough year for everyone – with Covid truly

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