St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) names its new head coach

by Jeff Fisher

St. Thomas Aquinas High School footballRoger Harriott, who put University School on the Florida football map, is the new head football coach at St. Thomas Aquinas, according to the Sun-Sentinel.

The 38-year old Harriott, who led University School to a Class 3A state title in 2012, takes over the prestigious South Florida program from Rocco Casullo, who resigned earlier this year.  He was 78-15 during his eight seasons at University.  After leaving the school, Harriott became at running backs coach at Florida Atlantic University.

Last season, St. Thomas Aquinas won the 7A state title and finished #9 in High School Football America’s Top 25.



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