Brevard high school football players to sport new uniforms

Cocoa will wear 7 different combinations

COCOA, Fla. – New year, new uniforms.

Many of Brevard's high school football teams will be wearing new uniform styles this season.

Cocoa, notorious for their Nike Pro-Combat style combos, will display seven different kinds of uniform combinations this season. The school has had an ongoing sponsorship with Nike.

"We're going to throw it back some this year, but coach (John Wilkinson) hasn't showed us yet," said Cocoa quarterback Bruce Judson.

Holy Trinity will have new uniforms to go with their new head coaching regime.

"Coach (Nate) Hooks wanted to bring in a new attitude with new uniforms," quarterback Daniel Welch said.

The Tigers of Holy Trinity are debuting a flashy, matte navy blue helmet with a metallic gold stripe. They will also have more modern uniforms, shying away from their traditional past look.

Bayside will also be making some aesthetic changes to their uniforms this year.

The Bears will have matte grey helmets, switching from last year's matte black. They will also incorporate a grey uniform into the rotation of teal and black.

The Commodores of Eau Gallie are switching to Nike kits this year: A white away jersey with navy sleeves and a home navy jersey with white sleeves. Gold will accent the primary color scheme.

Melbourne Central Catholic will switch to a gold helmet this year, instead of forest green.

The Titusville Terriers are switching to a white helmet with navy and gold accents, inspired by the Naval Academy.