Every year, the nation’s top college football programs will pan for gold in Palm Beach County, and they will be successful more often than not.
But during this year’s spring football practices, which last until the end of May, several new schools are trying to get in the game here. A handful of high schools have become hotspots. And a few trends have become apparent.
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