Scout On the Town Weekend Preview

The recruiting team will be at top games throughout the country all weekend...

Follow the Scouts of on Twitter as they bring you live coverage of the weekend's high school football across the nation, with several members of the Class of 2013 Scout 300 in action as well as a number of top 2014 and 2015 prospects and a host of games involving FoxSports/ Top 50 teams.

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Brian Dohn- Northeast Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic at Ramsey (N.J.) Don Bosco Prep at 7 p.m.
A matchup of two of the top teams in the state also brings elite talent in the semifinals of the NJSIAA Non-Public Group IV semifinals. Unlike past seasons, it is Bergen Catholic with more FBS talent, and the Crusaders are led by Northwestern safety commit Kyle Queiro and class of 2014 defensive end Garrett Dickerson, whose double-digit offers include ones from Ohio State, Rutgers, Northwestern and Stanford. Bergen Catholic also has 2014 linebacker Cam Queiro, who holds Northwestern and Vanderbilt, and 2014 defensive end Kurt Holuba, who holds a Rutgers offer. Don Bosco Prep is led by four-star defensive end Alquadin Muhammad, who is yet to make any official visits and is looking hard at Notre Dame and Rutgers.
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Kristen Kenney- Northeast Recruiting Reporter
Saturday: Virginia Division 6 State Semifinals- C.D. Hylton (Va.) vs. Ocean Lakes (Va.) at 3 p.m. at Virginia Beach SportsPlex
Hylton is home to FSU linebacker commit EJ Levenberry. Ocean Lakes has a stellar senior class in UVA quarterback commit Corwin Cutler, Maryland defensive tackle Demetri McGill and wide receiver Andre Dessingburg, but it's the young Derrick Nnadi who is turning heads. The 2014 defensive tackle has a plethora of offers and it's just the beginning.
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Chad Simmons- National Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Webb (Tenn.) vs. Evangelical Christian (Tenn.) at 3 p.m.
This state title game features one of the best in 2013 vs. one of the best in 2014.  The senior is Alabama commitment Walker Jones and he is a smart linebacker and leader for Evangelical Christian.  He is a three-star outside linebacker on Scout.  Webb is led by 2014 Scout300 athlete Todd Kelly.  He plays both sides of the ball for Webb, but will likely end up in the defensive backfield on the next level.  Scout currently projects him as a safety.  He has over 20 scholarship offers including ones from in-state programs Tennessee and Vanderbilt.

Thursday: Memphis University vs. Ensworth at 7 p.m.
Ensworth is back again after winning it all in 2011 and they have the talent to win it again in 2012.  Cornelius Elder is a four-star running back out of Ensworth that also plays safety.  He is electric with the ball in his hands and he is not scared to come up and make a hit from the defensive backfield.  They have some young prospects to watch too including running back D'Andre Ferby and offensive lineman Xavier Forrest in the 2014 class, and star sophomore Rico McCraw.  McCraw is a big corner over six feet tall with close to double-digit offers.  Memphis University does not have the star power that Ensworth has, but they do have some prospects to watch.  There top seniors are linebacker Ford Howell (Wake Forest commitment), running back Shane Tucker, and wide receiver Marquez Lanton (Arkansas State commitment).  They also have a couple of younger prospects we will be watching as well in junior defensive end James Prather and sophomore offensive tackle Drew Richmond. 

Friday:  Norcross (Ga.) vs. Camden County (Ga.) at 7:30 p.m.
This game is loaded with top prospects out of the Peach State and it should be a great game.  Brice Ramsey and J.J. Green are committed to Georgia and they lead the Camden County offense.  Ramsey is the top quarterback in the Peach State and Green is one of the most electrifying high school players in the South.  On defense, Auburn commitment Jarrad Davis leads the way at linebacker.  Chris Williams and Kalvarez Bessert are juniors that anchor that secondary too.  Norcross has a pair of playmakers in the backfield in senior Alvin Kamara and junior Myles Autry.  Kamara currently favors Alabama, Georgia, and Oregon.  Autry is a top 10 prospect in Georgia next year.  Shon Akins is a cornerback that is committed to California and Lorenzo Carter is a 2014 defensive end with around 15 scholarship offers as well.  He will be considered for the 2014 Scout300.  Each team has plenty of other prospects we will have our eye on as well.

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Jamie Newberg - National Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Dade City (Fla.) Pasco at Tampa (Fla.) Robinson at 7:30 p.m.
Tampa Robinson has a strong senior class. They are led by offensive lineman Conner Rafferty and defensive tackle Bruce Hector. Both are committed to USF. Senior quarterback Zain Gilmer is the son of former Mr. Football Zain Gilmer, Sr. who played quarterback at Missouri. Tight end/defensive end Justin Madison, running back Martin Ruiz and defensive tackle Nahshon Simmons are all getting D1 looks. The Robinson defense has scored a state record 13 touchdowns, including six by junior outside linebacker J.J. Johnson. Pasco's three big horses are athlete Janarion Grant, running back David Emmanuel and defensive lineman Joey Ivie. Ivie has committed to Florida and Grant is one of the state's most electrifying players. Meanwhile the 5-foot-11 and 190-pound Grant is an unheralded running back prospect that's a sure fire D1 guy.
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Michael Clark- Atlantic Recruiting Analyst
Saturday: Fayetteville (N.C.) Jack Britt vs. Matthews (N.C.) Butler at at Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill at 11 a.m.
Jack Britt comes in 13-2 and will be looking to upset the No. 9 team in the country in the 4AA state championship game. The Buccaneers are led by senior wide receiver Jalen McDaniel (N.C. State commit), senior quarterback Mark McRae, junior running back Marquis Foshee, and senior linebacker Dylan Clayton. Butler is 14-0 and has one of the most talented teams in the country. The Bulldogs' offense is led by senior quarterback Riley Ferguson (Tennessee commit), senior wide receiver Uriah Lemay (Georgia commit), and senior running back Josh Glisson. Defensively, Butler is allowing only seven points per game. Leading the way is senior linebacker Peter Kalambayi (Stanford commit), senior cornerback Channing Stribling (Michigan commit), senior linebacker Sean Wiggins (Ball State commit), and senior cornerback David Moore (Ball State commit).

Saturday: Havelock (N.C.) vs. Concord (N.C.) at BB&T Field in Winston Salem at 3 p.m.
Havelock is 14-1 and looking to defend their 3A state title. The Rams are led by senior quarterback Pharoh Cooper (South Carolina commit), junior running back Derrell Scott (one of the top 2014 prospects in the country), senior offensive lineman Malcolm Ashley (East Carolina commit), senior defensive linemen Kendal Vickers (South Carolina commit), and senior cornerback A.J. Coplon (East Carolina commit). Concord is 13-2 and led by senior quarterback B.J. Beecher, senior wide receiver Alex Asbury, junior linebacker Logan Sedergren, and sophomore running back Rocky Reid.

Saturday: Charlotte (N.C.) Catholic vs. Greensboro (N.C.) Northern Guilford at BB&T Field at 7 p.m.
This 3AA state championship game will be a battle between two teams that love to run the football. Charlotte Catholic is 13-1 and has won 11 games in a row. The Cougars are led by Elijah Hood, who is one of the top junior prospects in the country. He has rushed for close to 3,200 yards and 46 touchdowns. Northern Guilford is 14-0 and will be trying to win their third straight state title. The Nighthawks are led by senior running back and North Carolina commit T.J. Logan. Logan has close to 3,400 yards of total offense and 50 touchdowns.
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John Garcia Jr. - Southeast Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Buford (Ga.) at Columbus (Ga.) Carver at 7:30 p.m.
A spot in the Georgia Class AAA state semifinal is on the line when these two star-studded teams take the field. Each team is stout up front, and their prospects reflect that. Buford is led by senior offensive lineman Josh Cardiello, a Georgia commit, as well as Mikey Bart. The USF commit plays both tight end and defensive end for the Wolves, with some help from junior linebacker Korie Rogers. Rogers holds offers from several big-time schools including Florida, Georgia and Clemson – and he's already rated an early three-star. Carver is defensive-laden, and the best prospect on the roster may end up being 2015 defensive end Mekhi Brown. Already at 6-foot-6, 230 pounds, Brown has scholarship offers from Alabama, Florida State, Auburn and Tennessee among others. The team is solid outside on both sides of the ball, led by Marqui Hawkins, a Florida commit that will see time at both defensive back and wide receiver. Junior Tevish Clarke also plays on the outside, and he has an early offer from Purdue to play wide receiver.
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Amy Campbell - Florida Recruiting Reporter
Friday: Seffner (Fla.) Armwood at Gainesville (Fla.) Gainesville at 7:30 p.m.
Armwood may have been forced to vacate its state championship title last season but the Hawks did win the title game. Friday, they travel to face undefeated Gainesville - the team they knocked out of the championship race last season. The stakes are high and the atmosphere should be intense. Both teams boast of D-1 prospects. Gainesville wide receiver Chris Thompson and Armwood wide receiver Alvin Bailey are both committed to the Florida Gators. Armwood safety Leon McQuay has a lengthy list of big offers including Florida State, Michigan, Oregon, Vanderbilt, and USC. Senior quarterback Darryl Richardson has offers including Ole Miss, South Florida, and Tennessee. Carrying a good portion of the offensive load for Gainesville are running backs Raph Webb (2013) and Tony James (2014). Both have several schools after them. Holding down the defense is senior linebacker Keith Kelsey, who has several offers including Louisville and South Florida. Gainesville is hungry to take down the team that knocked them out of the race last year, and Armwood is hungry to regain the title they lost last season. The stage is set for an exciting night at Citizen's Field.
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Kristen Ledlow - Southeast Field Reporter
Friday: Marist (Ga.) at Stockbridge (Ga.) at 7 p.m.
The Georgia High School playoffs continue on Friday as Stockbridge welcomes Marist to town. Stockbridge is home to Trenton Earl, a senior quarterback. The away team boasts three-star running back Myles Willis, who is committed to Boston College. Willis recently confirmed his commitment to FOX Sports NEXT, despite a coaching transition at his future school. Willis will, however, visit others in hopes to solidify his final decision. Penn State's Coach Ted Roof is expected to be on-hand, as Willis has expressed interest in taking an official visit. Willis is joined by his three-star teammate in tight end Greg Taboada, who recently committed to Stanford. Marist also boasts upcoming talent in junior defensive lineman Kendall Baker. Baker has offers from both Florida State and Vanderbilt, and has expressed interest in his hometown Georgia Tech.
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Tony Greco- Publisher, Panther Digest
Friday: Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) University (10-0) vs. Clearwater (Fla.) Central Catholic (11-1)
Pitt has some interest in this Class 3A semifinal matchup. Two-star cornerback Michael Stevenson does a little of everything for the Central Catholic Marauders. Pitt has offered Stevenson, and will be in town when his Marauders take on University School in. FHSAA semifinal game. Stevenson has 223 yards on the ground with two scores, 180 receiving scores with another touchdown. However, Stevenson does his damage on the defensive side of the ball, where he has 82 tackles, 10 passes defended and 3 infections. On the other side of the ball, Pitt has offered University linebacker Skai Moore. Moore leads his team with 79 tackles, and also has four sacks and four interceptions on defense. On special teams, he has me blocked punt.
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Bill Greene - Ohio Recruiting Analyst & Dave Berk - Ohio Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Division VI State Championship Game – Massillon Paul Brown Tiger Stadium- Newark (Ohio) Catholic vs. Maria Stein (Ohio) Marion Local at 11:00 a.m.
The Ohio high school playoffs begin with two of the state's perennial powers battling for the Division-VI title. Junior quarterback Adam Bertke (6-foot-5, 200-pounds) is still looking for his first offer, but will be a recruited player for Marion Local. He impressed last summer at various camps and has had an excellent season in 2012.

Friday: Division IV State Championship Game – Canton Fawcett Stadium St. Clairsville (Ohio) vs. Clarksville (Ohio) Clinton-Massie at 3:00 p.m.
All eyes will be on St. Clairsville junior two-way standout Michael Ferns who has already given his verbal pledge to Michigan.  But Ferns is not the only talent on the Red Devils as senior wide receiver Dan Monteroso (Boston College) and junior running back Jaylon Brown could give the Red Devils the firepower to win their first state title.  Clinton-Massie will look to Ohio pledge Trent Smart to slow down the Red Devils offense but its Massie's offense that have people talking as junior Bayle Wolf enters the game with 1,839 yards and 37 touchdowns on the season.

Friday: Division II State Championship Game – Massillon Paul Brown Tiger Stadium Toledo (Ohio) Central Catholic vs. Trotwood (Ohio) Madison at 7:00 p.m.
Two of the more talented teams in the state will battle for the Division-II title, with both squads featuring BCS recruits. Central Catholic is led by safety Jayme Thompson (Ohio State) and tight end Keith Towbridge (Louisville). Junior quarterback DeShone Kizer already holds several BCS offers, including Michigan State and Nebraska. Trotwood will count on senior safety Cameron Burrows (Ohio State), senior linebacker Michael McCray (Michigan) and senior cornerback Reon Dawson (Illinois), as well as several underclassmen that hold offers.

Saturday: Division III State Championship Game – Canton Fawcett Stadium Akron (Ohio) St. Vincent-St. Mary vs. Bellevue (Ohio) at 11:00 a.m.
The Division-III state championship game features St. Vincent-St. Mary as the favorite. Junior linebacker Dante Booker holds six Big Ten offers, and was recently voted the defensive player of the year in his division for St. Vincent-St. Mary. They also have two wide receivers looking for their first offers in Fransohn Bickley and Jordan Hargraves.

Saturday: Division V State Championship Game – Massillon Paul Brown Tiger Stadium Kirtland (Ohio) vs. Coldwater (Ohio) at 3:00 p.m.
Kirtland will look to win their second consecutive state championship behind senior quarterback Scott Eilerman who has passed for 1,122 yards and 16 touchdowns while also picking up another six touchdowns on 703 rushing yards.  Eilerman is not alone as senior Damon Washington has rushed for 1,866 yards and 32 touchdowns while also pulling down 19 balls for 364 yards and six scores.  Coldwater will look to capture their third state championship (2007, 05) behind the arm of senior quarterback Austin Bruns who has enjoyed a great season passing for 2,893 yards, 33 touchdowns with only three interceptions on the year.  Bruns can also hurt you with his feet having rushed for 635 yards and 14 touchdowns.  Senior wide receiver Caleb Siefring is the team's leading receiver with 850 yards and 15 touchdowns.

Saturday: Division I State Championship Game – Canton Fawcett Stadium Toledo (Ohio) Whitmer vs. Cincinnati (Ohio) Archbishop Moeller at 7:00 p.m.
Whitmer will look to senior quarterback Nick Holley and defensive lineman Marquise Moore (Toledo) to win their first state championship.  While the Panthers enter the game coming off a 62-34 thrashing of Mentor in the semifinals, they know they'll be tested against one of the more historic programs in Ohio High School football.  Moeller returns to the title game for the first time since 1997 and is loaded with talent on both sides of the ball. Senior running back Keith Watkins is pledged to Northwestern while offensive lineman Alex Gall is headed to Miami.  On defense the Crusaders will look to senior linebacker Shane Jones who is headed to Michigan State. 
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Simone Scott - Midwest Recruiting Reporter
Saturday: St. Vincent St. Mary (Ohio) vs. Bellevue (Ohio) at 11 am
In the Division 3 championship game, St. Vincent St. Mary is led by junior Dante Booker. The outside linebacker holds offers from Ohio State, Illinois, Indiana, Penn State and Michigan. Also helping out will be senior Fransohn Bickley and Jordan Hargrove.

Saturday: Kirtland (Ohio) vs. Coldwater (Ohio) at 3 p.m.
The Division 5 Championship is a rematch of the 2011 Championship matchup between two undefeated teams. Kirtland features senior quarterback Scott Ellerman and junior safety Sam Kukua. Coldwater will look for Jordan Chapin to lead the way.

Saturday: Toledo Whitmer (Ohio) vs. Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) at 7 p.m.
The Division 1 Championship game features two talented teams. Whitmer has senior quarterback Nick Holley. Running back Tre Reditt-Sterritt has quickly become a name to know. Toledo commit defensive end Marquise Moore has been dominant throughout the season. Moeller features Miami commit Alex Gall, Indiana commit Evan Jansen, Northwestern commit Keith Watkins and Michigan State commit Shane Jones.
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Ahmard Vital - Midlands Recruiting Analyst
Saturday: Katy (Texas) vs. La Porte (Texas) at 11 a.m.
Reliant Stadium is the battle ground for this rematch from last year. Of course it was La Porte pulling out the win. Now that each team come in with a full head of steam, and neither will be caught off guard. Katy has a couple of solid guys with Oklahoma defensive end commit Matt Dimon, who is a premier lineman in the state. On the edge, cornerback Isaiah Brown, who leads the area with six interceptions, is headed to Tulsa. From the 2014 class, linebacker Jake Blomstrom is a name to remember and is already on the recruiting radar. On the other side, four-star running back Adam Taylor has been sensational this season and has double-digit offers to his credit. At receiver, Baylor commit Kyle Fulks is a speedy target on the edge. From the 2015 class, Rodney Anderson will be major when college coaches can begin speaking with him. For La Porte, on the recruiting side of things, one of the state's best will be on the La Porte defense with 2014 outside linebacker Hoza Scott, a player who received the highest honor of five stars a few weeks ago. LSU, Texas A&M and Alabama are just a few programs looking to sign him. On the offense, La Porte has three-star running back Keith Whitely, who has close to 10 offers including San Jose State, UTEP and UNLV, will look to make some moves. Helping Whitely do this is massive offensive lineman Maurice Morris, a Division I guy in the trenches with offers from Colorado State and Navy to name a few.

Saturday: Galena Park (Texas) North Shore vs. Houston (Texas) Alief Elsik at 3 p.m.
Leading the North Shore team is top prospect Micah Thomas, who holds a number of offers including Houston and Colorado. Providing protection for Thomas is top junior offensive lineman Trevon Tate. On the defense, linebacker Zach Whitely has Texas and Texas A&M pursing his services for the class of 2014. Defensive tackle Najee Toran is another player to keep an eye on. For Elsik, 2014 cornerback Dominique Barnett is a potential prospect. 
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Brandon Huffman - National Recruiting Analyst
Saturday: Lynden (Wash.) vs. Tumwater (Wash.) at the Tacoma Dome at 1:00 p.m.
In a matchup of the past two 2A state champions, its also a mini-matchup of the Apple Cup.  Tumwater, led by legendary coach Sid Otton, won the state title for 2A in 2010.  His top prospect is defensive lineman/tight end Jaimie Bryant, a Washington commit.  Lynden, which won the 2A state title a year ago, is led by Washington State verbal Matt Meyer on the offensive line and defensive end Caleb Newman, who has an offer from the Cougars among others.

Saturday: Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline vs. Tacoma (Wash.) Bellarmine Prep at the Tacoma Dome at 7:30 p.m.
The final game of Max Browne, the nation's top quarterback, will be in the Tacoma Dome, where Browne, a USC commit, will try to lead the Spartans to their second straight state title and their fifth in the last six years.  He'll be flanked by Nic Sblendorio, the heart and soul of the Spartans at receiver and safety, and Washington State verbal Peyton Pelluer anchors the Spartans linebacker corps.  On the other side will be Bellarmine Prep, the hometown favorite, making their first appearance in the 4A state championship game.  The Lions came close in 2010, losing in the semifinals to Spokane Ferris (who beat Skyline and Browne a week later in the finals).  Bellarmine is headed by quarterback Sefo Liufau, the #2-ranked quarterback in the state and a Colorado commit.  Liufau has played in Browne's shadow the past three years, but a win here would not only cement his legacy at Bellarmine, but also give him the statewide appreciation he deserves.  Calvin Chandler is the defensive leader for the Lions at linebacker.
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Greg Biggins - National Recruiting Analyst
Saturday: Long Beach (Calif.) Poly vs. Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei at Angel Stadium at 7:30 p.m.
Two of the traditional Southland powers meet in a CIF-SS Pac-5 championship matchup. Mater Dei is headed by four-star tight end Thomas Duarte, the #2-ranked tight end in the West, as well as 2014 cornerback Jonathan Lockett, a Scout 300 prospect for his class. Offensive lineman David Bright has a handful of Pac-12 offers, including a recent one from Stanford.  The Jackrabbits have several FBS prospects on both sides of the ball. Running back Gerard Wicks, a Washington State commit, is strong and fast and runs with power. The secondary will be the strength of the Poly defense led by safety David Price and sophomore corner Iman Marshall. Arizona, Colorado and SMU have offered Price, one of the biggest hitters in the state. Marshall has been labeled a 'phenom' since the 8th grade and has offers from UCLA and Washington State plus interest from programs all over the country.  Linebacker Jayon Brown is committed to UCLA and junior receiver John Smith has a couple of Mountain West offers.
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Scott Kennedy- Director of Scouting
FOX Sports West features four games per week streamed live on the internet with broadcasters and color analysts, and multi-angle cameras. This week Prepzone Live will feature host Kevin Barnett and Director of Scouting Scott Kennedy, highlighting the action from each of the four games as well as other news and notes across the Southland. Here is a look at this week's action on FOX Sports West's Prepzone.
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Kevin Carden, West Recruiting Analyst
Friday: West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade at Gardena (Calif.) Serra at 8 p.m.
The Western Division Final will be stocked with plenty of talent on Friday night. Chaminade is led by 2013 tailback Terrell Newby, who is having a terrific senior season that included an eight-touchdown performance against Harvard-Westlake. Newby is one of the top all-around running backs in Southern California and has serious interest in Cal, Nebraska, Oregon and UCLA. In the passing game, junior quarterback Brad Kayaa has emerged as one of the better junior quarterbacks in the region and has a real weapon in wide receiver Elijah Dunston, a Colorado commit. Two-way standout Donovan Lee has contributed mainly as a defensive back this season and should take over the starting tailback spot next season. Serra is always one of the most talented teams in Southern California, and this year is no different, with several big-time underclassmen. Junior cornerback Adoree Jackson is the top overall prospect on the roster. The elite athlete already has nine offers and has all the tools needed to be a true lockdown corner. Fellow junior Dwight Williams, one of the fastest linebacker we have seen this season, already holds five offers and will end up with several more in the coming months. Also keep an eye on senior linebacker/safety Ardis Perez. Quarterback Jalen Greene has made great strides in the passing game and will get attention from college coaches looking for a dual-threat quarterback. Greene has several solid wide receivers to throw to lead by Greg Webb and Jordan Lasley. On the ground, sophomore tailback Malik Roberson has rushed for over 1,000 yards this season.

Saturday: Long Beach (Calif.) Poly vs. Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei at Angel Stadium at 7:30 p.m.
Two of the traditional Southland powers meet in a CIF-SS Pac-5 championship matchup. Mater Dei is headed by four-star tight end Thomas Duarte, the #2-ranked tight end in the West, as well as 2014 cornerback Jonathan Lockett, a Scout 300 prospect for his class. Offensive lineman David Bright has a handful of Pac-12 offers, including a recent one from Stanford.  The Jackrabbits have several FBS prospects on both sides of the ball. Running back Gerard Wicks, a Washington State commit, is strong and fast and runs with power. The secondary will be the strength of the Poly defense led by safety David Price and sophomore corner Iman Marshall. Arizona, Colorado and SMU have offered Price, one of the biggest hitters in the state. Marshall has been labeled a 'phenom' since the 8th grade and has offers from UCLA and Washington State plus interest from programs all over the country.  Linebacker Jayon Brown is committed to UCLA and junior receiver John Smith has a couple of Mountain West offers.
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Annabel Stephan, West Field Reporter
Saturday: Torrance (Calif.) West vs. Palos Verdes Estates (Calif.) Palos Verdes at Veterans Stadium at 7:30 p.m.
West Torrance tight end Mat Boesen, a 6-foot-4, 220-pound prospect, is the 10-3 Warriors' top prospect. Though he didn't get a lot of looks during his junior season, but after a strong performance at camps and in the 7-on-7 circuit, Boesen picked up offers from San Diego State and Boise State before committing to the Broncos in July. Though he'll still be at tight end for the last round of playoffs before the championship game, Boesen was recruited to play outside linebacker for the Broncos. The 10-3 Palos Verdes' offensive line features guard Andrew Bucklin, a 6-foot-4, 275-pound prospect who holds an offer from Colorado.
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