The Official Site of Lake Howell 

 The "NFL HAWKS" stadium display built in 9/2011 with the assistance of Home Depot, Sign-O-Saurus, AAA Trophies, & Woodcraft. This display was built to honor past athletes from LHHS that went on to play in the NFL, and to provide motivation to current players to give their best in hope they too can play in the NFL.


Christian Jones during his high school years, recorded 326 tackles.  A five-star recruit.  He was ranked as the second best outside linebacker in the country.  As a true freshman in 2010 he played for Florida State.  Jones played in all 14 games, recording 18 tackles and 3 sacks.  As a sophmore, he had 56 tackles and 3 sacks.  Junior year, he led the team in tackles with 95.  Senior year, he had 56 tackles with 7.5 for a loss, 1 interception and 2 sacks.  He was signed by the Bears as an undrafted free agent in 2014. Jones had 42 tackles and 2 sacks in five starts in his rookie season

Christian Jones LHHS Class of 2010

Kawika Mitchell  LHHS Class of 1998

"NFL HAWKS"

Brandon Marshall  LHHS Class of 2004

Brandon Marshall earned All-State honors his senior year, and was named Seminole County Utility Player of the Year.  He accounted for more than 1,500 yards in total offense.  He threw for 11 touchdowns, and also scored 4 defensive touchdowns.  Brandon played college football at the University of Central Florida.  He was drafted in the 4th round of the NFL Draft, with the 119th overall selection by the Denver Broncos in 2006.  On December 13th, 2009, Brandon set NFL record for receptions in a game with 21, and is one of only 5 NFL players to catch at least 100 receptions in 3 consecutive seasons.  Brandon was selected to the NFL Pro Bowl in 2008 & 2009.


Kawika Mitchell was named Class 6A player of the year as well as a first team All-Florida pick as a senior.  He started his college football career with the University of Georgia, but transferred to the University of South Florida after his freshman year.  During his college career he made 367 tackles, a school record, and he was nominated for the Butkus Award as a junior and senior.  Kawika was drafted in the 2nd round of the NFL draft, with the 47th overall pick by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2003..


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