Future Cougars Report: Week 9

WHY LIMIT A great prep athlete to just one position when he can control the game from many spots? An incoming Cougar wide receiver verbal took the reins for his team this week and tried on his quarterback pants. And not only did he play the position, he led his team to a 36-6 triumph. Along those same lines -- a future Cougar kicker has some pretty good hands too!

WR Zaire Andre; (6-0, 170); Inglewood High, Inglewood, Calif., It was an interesting week for Andre who was under center for quite a few snaps at quarterback for Inglewood. Andre didn't record a catch in Inglewood's 36-6 dismantling of Hawthorne, but he did complete nine of his 15 pass attempts for 91 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Andre also had zero rushing yards on seven attempts, though it was unclear if quarterback sacks affected that number.

K Tristan Vizcaino; (6-2, 190); Damien High; La Verne, Calif., Vizcaino connected on his only PAT this week and added one field goal (exact yardage not known). But for good measure, he had a 40-yard touchdown catch in Damien's 28-27 win over Claremont. And get this - Vizcaino actually has over 400 receiving yards and four touchdowns catches on the season.

WR Calvin Green; (5-10, 175); Burbank (Luther) High; Sacramento, Calif. Rose and Burbank handed Rosemont their first defeat of the season, 46-6. Stats for Green were not available at press time.

LB Greg Hoyd; (6-2, 200); Vista Murrieta High; Vista Murrieta, Calif., Hoyd's stats were not available at press time, but Vista Murrieta defeated Murrieta Valley 49-14.

DT Marcus Griffin; (6-3, 292); Bellevue High; Bellevue, For the sixth time this season, Griffin did not finish the game due to a lopsided victory. In one half against Liberty, Griffin tallied six tackles, two of which went for a loss, as well as one sack. Bellevue would go on to win 38-7.

CB Kevin Griffin; (6-1, 180); De La Salle High; Concord, Calif., Griffin's stats were not available from De La Salle's 63-14 romp over Amador Valley.

OT Braden Eggert; (6-7, 315); Napa High; Napa, Calif., Eggert and crew fell to Napavine 63-45, though Eggert did help his team by paving the way for 313 rushing yards, including five rushing touchdowns.

CB Joseph Turner; (6-2, 190); College of San Mateo, San Mateo, Calif., Turner recorded one tackle in San Mateo's 30-25 win over San Francisco.

WR Keith Harrington; (5-8, 165); Northeast High; St Petersburg, Fla., Harrington and Northeast beat Clearwater 42-35 behind an impressive day on the ground by the WSU verbal. Harrington tallied 129 rushing yards and four touchdowns in the victory. The win must have been especially satisfying. Northeast was decimated just before the season began by a number of key transfers, with Harrington being asked to wear many hats. But Harrington and Northeast, who had been outgunned all season long, this past week carved out their first victory of the 2013 campaign.

LB Frank Luvu; (6-1, 205); Tafuna High; Pago Pago, American Samoa: Stats for Tafuna were not available at press time.

OL Sean Krepsz; (6-5, 295); Martin Luther King High; Riverside, Calif., Krepsz and King lost to Santiago 51-45. Krepsz helped King rush for 227 yards on the night.

LB Chandler Leniu; (6-1, 225); St. John Bosco High; Bellflower, Calif., Although complete numbers were not available at press time, Leniu did record an interception in St. John Bosco's 48-7 win over Serra Catholic.

Peyton Bender (6-1, 175); Cardinal Gibbons High; Fort Lauderdale: Bender was 14-35 for 133 yards and an interception in Cardinal Gibbons 16-10 loss to Ely. Conditions were windy, and Bender struggled to find rhythm. Bender now has 27 touchdowns against just four interceptions on the year. CF.C is on the ground in Florida covering every one of Bender's game for our readers -- for the complete story on the future Coug QB this past week in case you missed it -- CLICK HERE.

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