Tornadoes in Mix for Playoff Berth | Brantley Has One of Strongest Arms in Area

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Tornadoes in Mix for Playoff Berth | Brantley Has One of Strongest Arms in Area


HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL BOOKER HIGH PREVIEW

The Tornadoes have to avoid the bad losses that prevented them from making the playoffs a year ago. They also have to clean up their game, eliminating turnovers, cutting down on penalties and limiting mental errors. QB Arthur Brantley has one of the strongest arms among area quarterbacks and is not afraid to show it off. RB Jamal Benson is a bruising back who can pick up the tough yards. OL Michael Cannon, who has nine Division I offers, is the only returner on the offensive line. DL Kelvin Pinkney anchors the defensive front. Newcomer WR/DB Talik Keaton will provide versatility. A talented group, Booker will make a strong run for a playoff berth if it plays disciplined.

Head coach: Recharde Goodwyn (3rd season, 9-10)

Home field: Tornadoes Alley, 3201 N. Orange Ave., Sarasota

District: Class 5A-District 11

What they did in 2015: The Tornadoes ended 3-6 to end their playoff streak at two years. Booker lost two district games by a total of four points, 17-14 at home to Bayshore and 21-20 at eventual district champion Lemon Bay. …

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