Scout Report: Lone Star vs. Sherman

FRISCO, Texas -- Scout features POSTGAME recruiting notes and more from Thursday's contest between Frisco Lone Star and Sherman at Toyota Stadium...

Quick Game Recap

It was not much of a game as coach Rayburn's squad came out firing on all cylinders, scoring on its first offensive play and not looking back. The Rangers decimated the traditional prep power 63-0. The star of the game was Class of 2017 quarterback Jason Shelley, who was able to rush for three touchdowns and pass for another, but credit to the offensive line for blowing Sherman off the ball early and often to open up holes. The team also kept its foot on the pedal until the game was out of reach. The defense played well limiting Sheman to 101 total yards.


Recruiting Notes

Charlie Grammel, a 6-foot-4, 310-pound offensive linemen for Frisco Lone Star reports that he is up to around 16 total offers and schools like Tulsa, Colorado State, New Mexico and BYU are standing out.

The aformentioned Shelley, a 5-foot-11, 165-pound Class of 2017 Scout four-star rated prospect has two offers from Clemson and Nebraska, but mentioned schools like Oklahoma, Texas A&M and Ohio State as schools he is most interested to hear more from. He has a 614 area code for his number, so there is some connection to 'Buckeye Country'.

One player who I was looking forward to seeing was Class of 2016 Sherman offensive linemen Gage Thomason, but the news here is that he is no longer at Sherman and lined up across town for McKinney North in a win over Carrollton Newman Smith.


Sleeper Watch

First year varsity player M'Kyl Bordes (PICTURED), a 6-foot-3, 185-pounder was playing both ways at receiver and cornerback. Off the basketball court and athletic, he is one that we should at least be having on our radar. He is currently not receiving any division one interest, but this was his first varsity game and his tape and play throughout the first course of the season could help his recruitment. He definitely has 'the look', and the best thing about his game was the aggressiveness which he played. One play he blocked a defensive back about 12 yards all the way through the back of the end zone.


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