Miami, Fla. – The Miami Dolphins today hosted 112 teams from Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties at their sixth annual High School Media Day at Hard Rock Stadium. The event is designed to develop high school athletes off the field with media training and interview experience. High School Media Day also is catered to South Florida media, giving them an opportunity to interview and interact with the rising stars in the region.
"High school media day serves as a great opportunity to unite the talented teams from Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties with the South Florida media prior to the start of football season," Miami Dolphins Senior Vice President of Communications and Community Affairs Jason Jenkins said. "Connecting these groups is another way the Junior Dolphins strive to celebrate the game of football all-year round and provide practical and unique experiences to coaches and student-athletes."
Photo gallery: Dolphins host High School Media Day at Hard Rock Stadium.
Each team held a three-minute press conference with the head coach and five players. Following the press conference, the entire team was available to media for one-on-one interviews and photos.