Prospect of the Week
Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian 2018 quarterback Matt Corral is the No. 1 quarterback in the West in the 2018 class and is arguably the top quarterback, regardless of class, too. Corral had a monster game in a triple-overtime thriller for the Lions, beating Mission Hills (Calif.) Alemany, 63-62. The five-star was 25-for-36 for 374 yards and four touchdown passes and ran for two touchdowns. Corral is a solid commit to USC.
Visit of the Week
Sacramento (Calif.) Inderkum tight end Josh Falo is the top uncommitted tight end in the West. The four-star will take his first official this weekend, to Oregon, and the Ducks have been on his very short list for some time and they'll get the first shot at him. Falo will be joined on the trip by his Inderkum teammate, defensive back Trajon Cotton and the two have often talked about playing together in college. Oregon is the first school they're both visiting together.
Prospect On the Rise
http://www.scout.com/college/ucla/story/1596457-subscribe-to-bruin-repor... Mission Viejo (Calif.) linebacker Colin Schooler has been terrific for the Diablos so far this season, averaging 10 tackles a game for a stout defense. Schooler had 10 tackles in their win over Long Beach (Calif.) Poly last weekend while rushing for five touchdowns. While his early offers are from Buffalo, Charleston Southern, New Mexico, Nevada and UNLV, Schooler is beginning to get more interest from Cal, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Washington State and his first Power 5 offer could be closing in.
Underclassmen of the Week
Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian 2019 receiver Mycah Pittman may be the best football player in the family, which is saying something, considering his father was a longtime NFL back, Michael Pittman Sr., and his older brother, Michael Jr., was a five-star Army All-American who is now a true freshman at USC. But the younger Pittman has already been called the best by his big brother and he showed that the Corral-to-Pittman connection will keep going strong at Oaks. Last week, Pittman had nine receptions for 228 yards and three touchdown grabs. While Pittman is still waiting for his first offer, USC, UCLA and Fresno State, where his father played, are some of the early schools showing interest.
Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) cornerback Jaylon Redd has set Monday, September 26th, as his announcement date. That said, while Redd will announce then, his recruitment isn't going to be completely over, with the four-star set to visit Oregon and UCLA in November. Redd has already visited Nebraska. Oregon has looked like the leader for sometime for the Under Armour All-American, but with plans to still take visits after his announcement, his commitment and subsequent recruitment will be one to watch.