NAPLES, Fla.- Naples High School has high expectations every year. The Golden Eagles have won two State Titles in the past 13 years.
Head Coach Bill Kramer has been coaching at Naples for 17 years.
But he says this year's team has the most potential he's ever seen.
"We have a chance to win a state championship," said Kramer. "A realistic chance to win a state championship."
On paper, Coach Kramer says this is the most talent he's ever had on one roster.
"One of the biggest differences between this year's team and the past," said Kramer, "we've got a bunch of guys that are genetically gifted."
The Golden Eagles return eight starters on both sides of the ball. They also return a loaded backfield. Running back Carlin Fils-aime has an offer from Miami, and projected starting QB Michael Walker is committed to Boston College.
"I'm ecstatic, I can't wait," said Walker. "I mean, Carlin fils-aime, Antonio Carbonero, they're powerhouses. Definitely top-of-the-line division 1 athletes. I just can't wait to see what we can do with all this speed."
But talent alone doesn't win championships.
"I think a big X-factor for this team is camaraderie. It's chemistry
Naples starts their season August 29th against Dunbar.