Spring football practice preview – Orlando Sentinel

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When the school day ends on Monday it signals the start of spring practice for high school football teams across Central Florida.

It is the first official step in preparation for the 2016 season and we count down to the wind sprints, agility drills and spring games with a list of 10 storylines to watch over the next five weeks:

10: With track and field season winding down many two-sport standouts will be looking to qualify for that May 6-7 state meet. Here are 10 impact players who could stay on track and miss some or all of the first two weeks of spring football practice:

The area’s top Class of 2018 prospect is Orange City University RB Lorenzo Lingard, and he happens also to be a state championship cont altamonte Springs lake Brantley ender in the hurdles. DB Tanner Ingle and WR Emare Hogan of Dr. Phillips will also still be focusing on track when spring football starts, as are WR/S and long jumper Jordan Pouncey of Winter Park, Bishop Moore RB and sprinter C.J. McNeal, ATH and long jumper Austin Perry of Jones, and discus thrower FB Bokeyon Rice (South Sumter) and shot put thrower RB Trace Christian (Altamonte Springs Lake Brantley). Kissimmee Osceola’s speedy 4×100 relay team is made up entirely of football players and two of those guys are underclass football players in CB Marcus Jackson and RB Duke Davidson