Miami commit excelled in spring game after transferring

Miami commit has a great performance during his new school’s spring game after transferring.

The 6-0, 193-pound three-star, Todd Centeio, took his previous high school football team, Palm Beach High School, to the third round of the playoffs before leaving half-way through the year to attend Dwyer High School.

The morning of his first day of practice at his new school, Centeio tweeted from his personal Twitter account, “New start with my new squad #spring.”

Centeio committed to Miami in December after previously been given multiple offers from Temple, Western Kentucky, Nebraska and Cincinnati. His most recent offer came from Bowling Green on May 6th.

After committing to Miami at the end of last year, Centeio has taken two unofficial visits to Coral Gables in late February and March.

“It’s a hometown school and everyone would like to play for them” were two reasons the Palm Beach Gardens, Florida native said of why he is attracted to the University of Miami.

Other ACC schools that are interested in Centeio include Duke and N.C. State. He took an unofficial visit to Duke last summer.

According to his Twitter, Centeio played in his first game as a Panther where he threw four touchdowns during Dwyer’s spring game loss to Vero Beach last week.

Centeio told that even before he had committed to Miami, he took to Twitter and stood up for Coach Al Golden after fans were teasing him.

Centeio has not scheduled his official visit to Miami yet, but other plans for the quarterback include camps throughout the summer.