Adam Lichtenstein covers high school sports for The Palm Beach Post. Previously, he covered the Arizona Diamondbacks for MLB.com and the Florida Gators football and baseball teams for the University of Florida’s student-run newspaper, the Independent Florida Alligator.
The offers continue to roll in for Benjamin’s star players. Quarterback Jordan Travis works out during spring football practice at The Benjamin School in Palm Beach Gardens on April 26. (Richard Graulich / The Palm Beach Post)Buccaneers quarterback Jordan Travis, the No. 10 player on the Post’s Big Board, received offers from the North Carolina Tar Heels and Colorado State Rams on Wednesday, announcing the offer on his Twitter account.
Trinity Christian outfielder Tyler Hall dives into second base against Lake Worth Christian at Santaluces High on March 30. Hall and the Warriors play Jacksonville-Christ’s Church Academy in the Class 2A state semifinals on Wednesday. (Damon Higgins / The Palm Beach Post)Six Trinity Christian senior baseball players crossed the stage for graduation Tuesday night. They didn’t have any time to celebrate, though.
A few days after picking up an offer from Ohio State, Kaiir Elam received an offer from that team’s biggest rival. Kaiir Elam works out with his track and field head coach Franci Jefferson during spring football practice at The Benjamin School in Palm Beach Gardens on April 26, 2017. (Richard Graulich / The Palm Beach Post)[READ: Kaiir Elam carrying on family football legacy]Elam, a 2019 cornerback and wide receiver who is No.