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American Heritage dominates Midseason Builder Board

By Prepbuilders.com Staff

DELRAY BEACH – We’ve reached past the midpoint of the regular season.

With only a few games left to play, several players have already made a positive impression on our staff at this juncture. As a result, we have decided to add five new players to our latest Builder Board list for the Class of 2015.

The top new entry is American Heritage LB Rondarian Bell, who checks in at No. 21. Bell’s fellow teammate, LB Ronnie Bennett, makes his debut at No. 25.

Bell on his selection to our Builder Board:

“It just feels good to know that someone actually recognized the things and plays that I make on the field and what I contribute to my team’s success,” said Bell, who has recorded 15 sacks with 55 tackles and three forced fumbles in just six regular season games played.

American Heritage (5-1; No. 1 in our latest Top 10 team rankings) has six players ranked on our Midseason Builder Board, which is highlighted primarily by ATH Warren Robinson’s nine-spot ascension from No. 15 to No. 6. Fellow ATH Trenard Davis is Heritage’s other Top 10 player, as he moves up four spots from No. 13 to No. 9.

Heritage’s other two players on our latest Builder Board are LB Josh Ward, who moves up five spots from No. 16 to No. 11, and DB Desmond Cain, who moves up six spots from No. 18 to No. 12.

“It’s great that somebody finally realizes we have the best talent in Palm Beach County,” Bell said. “We have done what is necessary to prove it.”

American Heritage’s six Builder Board entries is followed by Boynton Beach and Dwyer, which have three each. QB Lamar Jackson (Boynton Beach) remains at No. 1, while QB Daniel Parr (Dwyer) drops a spot from No. 6 to No. 7.

Boynton Beach’s other two entries are debuts from RB Zander Board (No. 22) and DB Trequan Smith (No. 23), while Dwyer’s other two entries are WR Tavares Martin (moves up two spots from No. 7 to No. 5) and DB Jarius Adams (moves up four spots from No. 14 to No. 10).

The final debut comes from Forest Hill RB Calvary Pugh, who checks in at No. 24.

As for the latest Top 10, Royal Palm Beach LB Charles Perry knocks Palm Beach Gardens LB Tevon Coney out for the No. 2 spot. Perry moves up two spots (4-2), while Coney drops a spot (2-3).

The last two Top 10 spots are occupied by Atlantic DE Shelton Johnson, who moves up a spot from No. 5 to No. 4, and Palm Beach Central ATH Kemar Downer, who drops five spots from No. 3 to No. 8.

Enough talk. Here’s the entire list.

MIDSEASON BUILDER BOARD

1. QB Lamar Jackson (Boynton Beach) [PR: 1]
2. LB Charles Perry (Royal Palm Beach) [PR: 4]
3. LB Tevon Coney (Palm Beach Gardens) [PR: 2]
4. DE Shelton Johnson (Delray Beach Atlantic) [PR: 5]
5. WR Tavares Martin (Dwyer) [PR: 7]
6. ATH Warren Robinson (Delray Beach American Heritage) [PR: 15]
7. QB Daniel Parr (Dwyer) [PR: 6]
8. ATH Kemar Downer (Palm Beach Central) [PR: 3]
9. ATH Trenard Davis (Delray Beach American Heritage) [PR: 13]
10. DB Jarius Adams (Dwyer) [PR: 14]
11. LB Joshua Ward (Delray Beach American Heritage) [PR: 16]
12. DB Desmond Cain (Delray Beach American Heritage) [PR: 18]
13. WR Jason Johnson (Pahokee) [PR: 20]
14. ATH Jalen Young (Seminole Ridge) [PR: 9]
15. WR James Jones (Lake Worth) [PR: 21]
16. TE Jake Bargas (St. Andrews) [PR: 10]
17. OL Ja’Shaun Seider (Glades Central) [PR: 12]
18. TE Andrew Owers (Cardinal Newman) [PR: 8]
19. DB Jamari Bozeman (Suncoast) [PR: 11]
20. ATH J’Quan Napier (Palm Beach Gardens) [PR: 24]
21. LB Rondarian Bell (Delray Beach American Heritage) [PR: NR]
22. RB Zander Bernard (Boynton Beach) [PR: NR]
23. DB Trequan Smith (Boynton Beach) [PR: NR]
24. RB Calvary Pugh (Forest Hill) [PR: NR]
25. LB Ronnie Bennett (Delray Beach American Heritage) [PR: NR]

Legends: [PR] = Previous Rank; [NR] = Not Ranked

NOTE: The updated NEXT 25 list will be posted later this week.

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