By: Matt Rothman
After a tremendous high school football career, Coral Glades graduate Colton Eisenberg decided to hold off on committing to a college.
After graduating in 2021, he received multiple offers but did not feel any of them were the right choice for him. Instead, he began taking classes at Palm Beach State College along with training four to five times a week at the gym and kicking at the Tamarac Sports Complex.
“There are a lot of good punters and good kickers out there, but there’s not a lot that can do all three phases as I can,” Eisenberg said. “I’ve watched a lot of college football, and I know I’m better than a lot of the guys I see on TV.”
While playing in high school, Eisenberg made sure to give back to the community. He donated five dollars for every field goal and extra point, along with all of his touchbacks and punts inside the 20. He managed to raise $125, which he donated to the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital.
Eisenberg is open to playing for any school. After living in Florida his entire life, he always thought it would be “cool to play football in the South” but has no issues playing anywhere in the country.
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- Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism. He is now attending the University of Florida as a graduate student.
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