Florida 4A Title Notebook

Matthew Thomas

Here is a notebook of the participants of the 4A state title game - Booker T. Washington and The Bolles School, complete with link.

Youth is served
Junior cornerback Treon Harris leads Booker T. Washington to a state title. He was sensation, as the Tornadoes dominated The Bolles School from Jacksonville 35-7.

Keep an eye on Treon Harris
In the Booker T. Washington (Miami, FL) 35-7 state title win over Bolles (Jacksonville, FL) quarterback Treon Harris was a force to be reckoned with. The 2014 quarterback rushed for 74 yards and three touchdowns, and passed for 245 yards and two touchdowns. He still has another year left of his high school career. It's no surprise several colleges are already after this play-maker.

Mission accomplished for Thomas
Booker T. Washington (Miami, FL) only allowed Bolles (Jacksonville, FL) seven points in the Florida 4A State Title game. For 2013 linebacker Matthew Thomas, ending his high school career with a win over Bolles - the team that beat Booker T. last season for the title - couldn't have been more perfect. Thomas dominated for the Tornadoes defense and it's easy to see why so many schools want him.

FSU commit wins state title
Michael Johnson's high school career is behind him, but he couldn't have picture a more perfect ending. The 2013 safety and his Booker T. Washington (Miami, FL) won the state 4A title Saturday over Bolles (Jacksonville, FL) - the team that broke their hearts in the title game last season. Johnson looks back on his high school career and talks about his commitment to the Seminoles right here.

DE names three favorites
Chad Thomas ends his junior season with a state title win over the Bolles (Jacksonville, FL), the team that defeated him and Booker T. Washington (Miami, FL) in the title game last year. The 2014 defensive end said his game really came alive towards the end of his season, and he's excited about his future. He's got a few big schools after him, and while he's laying low, he has three favorites.

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