Scout's Take: Gilbert (Az.) Perry

SW Recruiting Analyst Jason Jewell breaks down the Pumas' college prospects

Team: Gilbert (Az.) Perry
Eval: Versus Glendale (Az.) Mt. Ridge on 9/26

Breakdown

#6 Austin Nightingale - Jr. QB- 6-0 165- Good player that unfortunately went down with a torn ACL in the game.

#52 Seth Clare - Jr. OL/DL- 6-4 230- Two way starter that I want to keep an eye on. Big framed kids are hard to find.

#67 Austin Pauley - Sr. OL- 6-5 285- I feel Pauley is one of the state's most underrated OLs. Big kid, plays hard, solid athlete. FCS player at the least in my opinion.

#73 Chandon Herring - Sr. OT- 6-7 280- Committed to BYU very early. He needs to add weight to his 6-foot-7 frame but the potential is there. He played both tackle spots because his team plays strong and quick OLs and I think he could play either side in college. Herring showed the ability to get to the next level and played hard despite playing on both sides of the ball. Team's starting NG as well. I like HS OLs that can be solid on the defense too, shows their athletic ability.

#86 Lane Veach - Sr. OLB/TE- 6-6 220- I like the upside of the Stanford commit. At 6-foot-6, 220 pounds, Veach needs to add strength and bulk and how he handles the added weight can will determine if he stays at OLB or moves to DE. The frame is there and he certainly is athletic and can run; Veach ran down a RB to save a TD. A raw player that will need to redshirt but has massive potential. Also a good TE with nice hands. If he can't play defense, TE could be a fit.

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