JCFootball.com Recruiting Blog - 5/8

As things continue to move forward in the recruiting process, there are still plenty of players looking for homes and one top-notch long-snapper from College of San Mateo has the chance to be a valuable prospect that a team can add to their roster right away...

College of San Mateo LS Micheal Worthen - Long-snapper isn't a glamour position, but you see how valuable the position is when things go awry in the kicking and punting game at crucial points in games. Several scouts have noted that Worthen's snaps are good enough to make it to the NFL, but first he needs to find a home with a four-year school. Worthen isn't the biggest guy in the world, but he runs well and actually appears to be an asset on the coverage teams when you view his highlight tape. He can leave right away and will have three to play two wherever he winds up.


Reedley WR William Hanford - Hanford has good size and soft hands and he is one of the top returning wideouts in northern California this fall after posting 59 receptions for 692 yards and seven touchdowns as a freshman this past fall. Hanford is strong when the ball is in the air and he has deceptive speed, but he gets most of his work done on intermediate routes.


Butler OT Luke Hayes - As the left tackle for the Grizzlies, Hayes is tasked with keeping their talented quarterbacks upright and with his 6'6", 290-pound frame are perfectly suited to do so. This spring, schools like Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, Kansas, Kansas State and North Carolina State have all been by and expressed interest in the talented line prospect and he is a player who should start to see offers roll in very soon.


Southwestern RB Charles Westbrook - Westbrook is a very talented runner who returns to the Jags after posting 746 yards and 11 touchdowns on the ground as a freshman this past fall. Schools that have dropped by Southwestern to check him out include Arizona State, Cal, Washington State, UNLV and Kansas.


Cerritos QB Cody Clements - Clements is a bounceback from Washington State and the Cerritos coaches couldn't be happier to have him in the fold. Clements has solid athleticism and the arm to make all the throws. He can run around and make plays with his feet, but he's at his best in the pocket, making throws and letting his receivers make the plays.


American River RB Drake Tofi - Tofi took a backseat to Devontae Booker, who signed with Utah, in 2012 so this is the sophomore tailback's chance to show coaching staffs he has what it takes to get the job done at the next level. Even though he got limited reps, Tofi still managed to post nearly 300 yards and four scores. He's a tough runner with good vision and quickness. He has decent speed, but he makes his yards in-between the tackles.


Lackawanna OL Jarrell Broxton - With a teammate like Jermaine Eluemunor, Broxton hasn't seen the recruiting spotlight turn toward him until recently, but over the past couple of weeks, the talented lineman, who could play inside or outside, has seen offers roll in from Baylor, Syracuse, Florida Atlantic, UCLA and Wisconsin and more could be on the way as schools from the SEC, Big East, Big Ten and Big 12 are drooling over his potential.


New Mexico Military DT Taylor Timmons - While he doesn't sport any offers just yet, Timmons has seen interest in his talents increase over the past few weeks with the likes of Miami, Arizona, New Mexico State, New Mexico and Memphis coming by to check out what he can do. Timmons has size and athleticism and he's got the ability to play over the center as a nose tackle or even as a three-tech. Last season, Timmons posted 21 tackles, 1.5 sacks and four tackles-for-loss as a freshman.


Snow OL Darren Denucci - Everyone, including Denucci, thought he would have made a decision by this time, but the talented lineman pulled back and has decided to wait another week or two as schools like Kansas, Ole Miss, and East Carolina are all showing interest. He currently has offers from Nevada and Southern Miss, which he's visited officially and at this point Southern Miss appears to be in the driver's seat. He will make his decision soon and plans to enroll in June at whichever school he chooses.


Fort Scott CB Tellas Jones - Jones redshirted in 2012 and he's had a solid spring, so schools have become more interested as they've seen more of him at Greyhounds practices. Jones has good size and outstanding quickness and he will have three to play three after the 2013 season.


Itawamba DB Darius White - White posted 26 tackles and six passes defensed as a freshman corner for the Indians in 2012. Every day in practice, White faces two of the best JUCO wideouts in the country in Jarvis Bentley and Sanford Seay. He doesn't have any offers just yet, but schools like Florida International, Texas State, UT-San Antonio, East Carolina, Southern Miss and Ole Miss have dropped by an gotten his transcripts.


Mississippi Gulf Coast LB Cavellis Luckett - Luckett is versatile and could play almost anywhere and that ability has drawn lots of interest from four-year schools including Auburn, Mississippi, Mississippi State and Southern Miss. Luckett will move from outside linebacker to the middle this season. Totaled 68 tackles, two sacks, nine tackles-for-loss and one interception as a freshman last fall.


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