MIAMI - Any time you go down to South Florida and particularly in Miami, you might as well get ready to hear about several prospects you haven't heard about. Sometimes they are seniors flying under the radar and other times it is an underclassmen who will be part of the next class. Such is the case with 2007 Miami (Fla.) Central quarterback/athlete Travaris Cadet.
"We have been doing well this year so we just wanted to keep rolling," Cadet said after a 33-7 victory over the defending 6A champion Killian. "I just wanted to keep calm and read defenses. I have learned to pass first instead of always pulling it down and running and I'm getting better."
The 5-foot-11, 180-pound Cadet will almost definitely be a wide receiver on the next level. He sliced up defenders on one of the best team's in one of the most talented places in America. He looked like another great quarterback known for causing opposing defenders headaches.
"I try to pattern my game after Michael Vick," Cadet said. "He just has such good vision and see's things before they happen. I have that to, it's something that has come natural. When I cut through a hole or whatever it's like everyone else is in slow motion."
He certainly makes everyone look like they are in slow motion. Cadet will be one of the top players in Florida next year. He has insane speed, freaky moves and scarey vision. He's not hearing from many schools yet, but when his film hits Rivals.com in the next few days, he will have the attention of every school in the country.
"I love Virginia Tech, they are the school I want to go," Cadet said. "They had my favorite player of all time and they are always right there in the national championship race. I also really like all of the Florida schools, but Virginia Tech has always been my team."