The native from West Perrine, FL, which is located in Southwest Miami-Dade area, came out of nowhere the past season. We're taking about a young man at the beginning of the season, that was raw talent, that scored over twenty touchdowns and delivered big hits. He has the ability to become the next elite wide receiver in South Florida. He's scheduled to begin training with former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Antonio Robinson, who work speaks for itself.
Recently, Bussey-Golden earned No. 19 overall prospect in South Florida by Generation Nexxt's Next 2 Blow Power 50 Watchlist. The multitalented athlete, who stands 5-foot-7, 135-pounds -- would score early-and-often, for the Seahawks despite the name of the opposing team. Bussey delivered three touchdown performances in five games (Miami Shores, Hialeah Cougars, South Miami, Kendall Hammocks and Kendall B&G Club) as well as four games recording 15-tackles on defense.
Bussey-Golden, breakout moment of last season -- came week 2 against well-respected and league champs, Suniland Sundevils. Where he would registered 100+ all-purpose yards, 1-touchdown (63-yards) and 15-solo tackles. He later dominated the FBU tryouts and out-right earned the overall MVP for his class, as he displayed great burst, hands and route running ability. His efforts caught the attention of several high school coaches as someone, as long as he continues working hard, he'll be special.
Late in the season vs. North Miami at Southridge stadium, Bussey-Golden displayed an eye-catching vertical ability, as he outleaped three defenders that were draped all over him, for the victory, erupting the crowd. The Seahawks' emerging star, dominated travel 5v5 football this off-season playing for R.Y.A.N football.
Bussey-Golden averaged four touchdowns per tournament behind the arm of MXYFL back-to-back champion quarterback Carson Haggard of Suniland Sundevils 12U football team.
His goal is to make top 10 overall for his class and be recognized as a premiere wide receiver in the country, as well as continuing to become a better student-athlete.