Scouting; Wheaton Warrenville South vs Dunbar attended first round IHSA playoff games at Gately Park on Friday night. The first featured Wheaton Warrenville South and Chicago Dunbar, a game which had a few prospects in it.

Wheaton Warrenville South easily defeated Chicago Dunbar 48-16 on Friday night. The Tigers built a 42-0 halftime lead and their starters played about a quarter and a half. To Dunbar's credit, their kids kept battling until the end of the game.

For WWS, we wanted to get a good look at junior linebacker Tommy Vitale, whose brother Dan is a superback at Northwestern. Tommy is a good athlete, long and lean at 6-foot-2, 190-pounds. He plays SAM for the Tigers and was in on several tackles in the early part of the game when he played. He has the frame to get a lot bigger and shows good athletic ability and instincts. He could make a similar transition to offense like his brother did, but as of now, looks to be a good prospect as an outside backer.

Senior quarterback Ryan Graham is a solid all around signal caller. He has good mobility and can throw on the run. He is a kid I would expect FCS schools to take a long look at after the season and in my estimation, would be a good walk-on candidate for Big Ten schools.

Dunbar junior Demoria Harris is an impressive athlete. An All-State sprinter, he showed good ball skills, going up high to make a couple catches. At 6-foot-2, 175-pounds, he has solid size and all around tools. He's a sleeper to look out for.

Senior quarterback Jayton Dorsey (6'3, 180) is a nice sized kid who may offer college possibilities as a defensive back.

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