Scout Out West: Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline

Scout takes a look at the top prospects from Skyline from their game against Bothell...

Game Scouted:
Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline vs. Bothell (Wash.)

Scout Out West
Max Browne– 6-4/205 - QB – Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline - 2013
Recruiting: Committed to USC
Scouting Report: Browne is the nation's top quarterback, and in his first game of the season, started a little slow, before settling into a rythym and helping the Spartans rally from a 13-0 deficit early. The Spartans offense was missing several key starters for the opener, so it took Browne a while to get going, but when he did, he did what he does best: pick apart opposing defenses. Browne doesn't get fazed, and the early deficit didn't seem to concern him at all. He finished with a pretty efficient 24-for-35 passing, 291-yard stat line that included a touchdown and an interception (that was tipped). He also scored the go-ahead touchdown on a four-yard run with the third quarter winding down.
Peyton Pelluer – 6-0/225 – MLB – Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline - 2013
Recruiting: Committed to Washington State
Scouting Report: Pelluer sheds his blocks tremendously well and makes every tackle. He's not a flashy backer, but really productive and is around every play.  He's good in pursuit, plays well in space and sees the field well and shows great leadership and instincts. The big drawback is his size. He's not real tall and still pretty trim.  The concern in college will be his size, but he's a productive player who just seems to make the plays he needs to.
Nic Sblendorio – 5-11/185 – WR – Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline - 2013
Recruiting: Offer from Northern Colorado
Scouting Report: Like Pelluer, size is what is keeping Sblendorio from really blossoming as a prospect.  He's not real tall or big either, but again, like Pelluer, the kid makes plays, no matter the side of the ball.  Whether its as Browne's go-to receiver, or anchoring the secondary (his interception late in the game iced the win for the Spartans), Sblendorio is a bigtime playmaker.  He reminds us a bit of former Spartan receivers Gino Simone and Jordan Simone- neither was really big, but both were players who, when between the lines, made play after play.
Brandon is in his eighth year with FOX Sports NEXT, currently as a National Recruiting Analyst and West Regional Manager. Prior to joining the FOX Sports NEXT Recruiting Team, he was a team recruiting writer.  He's been covering recruiting for the FOX Sports NEXT network since 2003.
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