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Deandre Desinor: American Heritage High School Football – Newest member of the NUC Five-Star club can change the Game on any Play !!!!
Deandre Desinor, a junior at American Heritage High School in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida has recently been recognized for his football excellence. He has earned a five-star rating from NUC Sports, and is seen as a top prospect for college football.
Desinor spent his first two years of high school elsewhere but has settled into his role with the patriots very well. He grew up playing football as a young child, and attributes a lot of his success to the hard work and effort he put in while growing up. He started to see his abilities more as he progressed through high school. The decision to transfer allowed him to use the benefits of his training to become a member of one of the top programs in the country. The focus on training has gained him a ton of recognition as he continues to develop.
Deandre has always been a major contributor to his team, but his pure speed is what separates him. A track star as well, he has recorded times of 10.87 in the 100 and 23.24 in the 200! He also has a 20.3’ long jump and is a member of the Varsity 4 x 1 team which won the Florida High School State Athletic Association (FHSAA) 3A title and the Pepsi Florida Relays last spring. He is a tremendous leader and has proven himself to be a reliable asset on the field. He is often the go-to player when his team is in need of a big play.
In terms of physical ability, he is a stud. A guy who has great quick twitch on his cuts and can make anyone miss. Deandre has an incredible burst once he hits the open field, a pure speed that allows him the ability to change a game every time he touches the ball. Additionally, he has great hands and catches everything allowing him to be a major factor in the passing game. His football IQ is incredibly high allowing him to line up at multiple positions causing a nightmare for defensive coaches. All of these attributes helped him earn his five-star rating from NUC Sports.
Desinor is now being recruited by some of the top college football programs in the country. His future looks bright, and it seems likely that he will gain even more recognition and success in the future. In his sophomore season he had 128 carries for 1,248 yards and 16 touchdowns in 9 games. He has narrowed his list down to a top 10 which includes Texas, Florida State, Penn State, Louisville, Georgia Tech, Oregon, Miami, North Carolina, West Virginia, and Ole Miss.
Off the field, Deandre is a leader both in the locker room and in the community. He is a mentor to younger students and a role model for aspiring football players. He is also involved in a number of community outreach programs, and works hard to ensure a bright future for the communities he continues to serve.