Evaluation Camp 2018 goes well for Pirates

by Staff Writer

CLEARWATER- The Dunedin Pirates are coming off a disappointing 2018 season in which saw the club finish 2-8 in the Florida Football Alliance. Four weeks ago, the Pirates held its first ever Evaluation Camp and the one-day assessment went well, according to team sources. 

Around 40 participants came out to Clearwater High School's practice field for numerous drills and the coaching staff was pleased with the turnout. Dunedin head coach Robert Tirado liked what he saw, including the lineman turnout. Over 10 linemen were in attendance. 

Amongst the notable skill players that were on hand for the event was former West Coast Soldiers' defensive back Miquel Myles-Moore, former Webber International quarterback Andrew Davis and former Bay Area Reapers' running back Mark Kaigler Jr. 

A surprise to the camp was one of last year's signal callers, Antonio Hampton, who played in four games for the Pirates before leaving due to personal issues.