On one of the first defensive plays of the game, Calabasas (Calif.) cornerback Bookie Radley-Hiles overpursued and missed a tackle on Los Angeles (Calif.) Salesian star Deommodore Lenoir.
After that, he was one of the best players on the field. The 2018 four-star twice picked off passes -- once laying out for a diving interception near the sideline and once leaping up in the back of the end zone to take away a two-point conversion attempt that kept Calabasas ahead by two scores, enabling the Coyotes to take a 35-26 win.
Currently ranked the No. 3 cornerback in the West region and No. 62 overall player in the 2018 class, Radley-Hiles added four catches for 29 yards and showed his elusiveness on kickoff returns. With Salesian kicking away from five-star Darnay Holmes, Radley-Hiles got an opportunity to showcase his skills. On his first kickoff return he set up his team with good field position, taking the ball out past the 40-yard line and leveled a defender at the end of the play for good measure.
In the fourth quarter, Salesian trimmed the lead to 28-20 with a touchdown, but Radley-Hiles answered on the kickoff return, taking it 85 yards to the house.
Watch isolation clips of Bookie Radley-Hiles, above, against Los Angeles Salesian. Since we were focusing on multiple players, we have highlighted Radley-Hiles on plays that we didn't begin the play zoomed in on him.
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