DT Floyd shows two-way skills
PHILADELPHIA -- George Washington High (Philadelphia) hosted Northeast on Friday afternoon in a city rivalry matchup that lived up to expectations. It was a defensive battle, but still had its share of big plays on offense and came down to the wire. In the end, Northeast held on for a 14-12 win and was led by three-star quarterback Malik Stokes. The major reason for our visit was to evaluate ESPNU 150 defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd to supplement our film evaluation on our No. 6-rated DT.
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