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Dillon Rose-Bailey, 2026 QB, transfers to Wiregrass Ranch from Bloomingdale

Rose-Bailey confirmed he would be moving into the Wesley Chapel area on Friday afternoon

It’s the second year in a row that a quarterback will be transferring into Wiregrass Ranch High School. 

Dillon Rose-Bailey, a 2026 prospect, has transferred to Wiregrass Ranch High School from Bloomingdale High School. Rose-Bailey confirmed with SBLive Sports Florida on Friday afternoon. 

The Bulls reached the playoffs last season behind the improved offensive play with signal caller Luke Knight at the helm. Knight transferred to Wiregrass Ranch from Merritt Island, with the quarterback having his best season of his high school career. 

Knight, who helped lead Jesuit to the Class 6A state championship in 2021, threw for nearly 4,000 yards and 43 touchdowns, both being Pasco County records. 

Rose-Bailey last season had a solid campaign for the Bulls, as the sophomore throwing for 1,211 and seven touchdowns. The sophomore has shown promise of becoming one of the better quarterbacks in Tampa Bay and now, the North Suncoast. 

-- Andy Villamarzo | | @sblivefl