Year in and year out, some of the best high school football players in the country come from the state of Florida. So when you are selected for an All-Star game in that state, that says a lot about the kind of talent you have. The Louisville Cardinals have 3 players committed for the class of 2014 that will play in the Nike Miami-Dade vs Broward football All-Star game.
Wide receiver George Rushing (Cardinal Gibbons High School) and defensive end Rashawn Shaw (Fort Pierce Central High School) will play on Team Florida, and safety Michael Johnson (Champagnat Catholic of Hialeah) will play on the Miami-Dade team. Rushing said that “I feel honored. I can’t wait to play in the game…I’m honored to played with two of my future teammates. It should be fun and competitive.”
The game will be played in Miramar, FL on December 28.
Rashawn Shaw became the 17th UofL commit for the class of 2014 on Thursday morning. Shaw is a 3* defensive end from Fort Pierce, Florida. He is 6’3 and 234 lbs. Rivals has him listed as the 18th best weakside defensive end in the country. Also according to Rivals player ratings, Shaw is one of the top 5 commits for Louisville for the class of 2014. Not too bad there!