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-- L.A. Harbor's John White continues to show why he's such a highly sought-after back, posting 228 yards and two scores in a 53-48 win over Antelope Valley.

So far this season, White leads the 7-2 Seahawks with 1,390 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns.

White recent added offers from Purdue and Cincinnati and also has offers from Houston, Kentucky and Washington State.

-- Fullerton freshman Kelvin York continues to put up big numbers. He had 99 yards in Saturday's 27-23 loss to top-ranked Mt. San Antonio and has 1,115 yards and 11 touchdowns this season for the Hornets.

-- Cerritos RB Daveon Barner continues to put up big numbers, pounding Bakersfield for 138 yards and a touchdown in the Falcons' 27-21 win.

This season, the talented runner has posted 897 yards and nine touchdowns in nine games.

-- Butte's Travis Davidson is having a huge season. On Saturday he only had 33 yards on nine carries, but leads the 7-1 Roadrunners with 1,106 yards and 16 touchdowns.

Davidson's teammate, Tromaine Dennis took up the slack this week by posting 136 yards and two scores in Butte's win over Laney.

-- Laney's C.J. Anderson, a bruising runner, had 163 yards rushing in his team's 28-20 loss to Butte on Saturday and now has 1,348 yards rushing and 12 touchdowns on the season.

-- San Joaquin Delta RB Fred Jones had a big game against Sierra last week posting 118 yards and two touchdowns in a 48-14 win.

-- College of the Siskiyous RB Taylor Cox, a freshman who hails from the state of Washington, continues to put up big numbers for the Eagles.

This season, the shifty tailback has 1,113 yards and 12 touchdowns for a 5-4 team.


-- College of the Siskyous RB Taylor Cox, a freshman, has been nearly unstoppable this season for the Owls.

The talented Seattle native has posted 795 yards and 6 touchdowns in six games so far this season. He's also a very good receiver, hauling in 24 receptions for 135 yards and three more scores.

-- Laney's C.J. Anderson was outstanding last season as a freshman, posting nearly 700 yards rushing and 9 touchdowns. This season he's been nothing but spectacular posting over 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns in six games while hauling in 6 receptions for 117 yards and 2 TDs as well.

The talented and compact runner, who measures in at 5'9" and 205 pounds, runs the 40 in 4.5 seconds and is getting some interest from Pac 10 and WAC schools.

-- Butte's Travis Davidson has been an explosive playmaker for the Roadrunners this year, posting 913 yards and 12 touchdowns so far this year.

-- Citrus RB Brandon Stansell has been a stud so far this season, posting 700 yards and 3 touchdowns this season including a 25-carry, 112-yard, 1 touchdown effort against Riverside two weeks ago.

-- Victor Valley's Jerrelle Green had a big game last week against Compton posting 99 yards on 13 carries.

So far this season, the talented runner has posted nearly 500 yards and 2 touchdowns on the ground.

-- Trinity Valley's Josh Johnson continues to lead the SWJCFC in rushing with 934 yards and 13 touchdowns.

-- The duo of Jamal Mitchell and Akeem Shavers have been outstanding for Tyler this season and last week both had huge games, with Mitchell rushing for 214 and three touchdowns, including one from 80 yards out, while Shavers racked up 210 yards on 16 carries in a 42-21 over NE Oklahoma.


-- San Bernardino doesn't produce a lot of top talent, but this year, sophomore RB Kristin James has racked up 960 yards and six touchdowns in the first five games of the season.

-- Mt. San Jacinto's Franex Dort has put up 624 yards and six touchdowns in the first five weeks of the season.

-- Ryan Anglin put up big numbers as a freshman last year for Allan Hancock and is off to a good start this season, posting 473 yards and seven touchdowns in five weeks.

-- Cerritos had a bye last week and one of the reasons the Falcons are off to a 4-1 record is because RB Daveon Barner has put up 436 yards and four touchdowns.

-- L.A. Harbor has a wide-open attack that usually chucks the ball all over the field, but RB John White allows the Seahawks offense to be balanced. This year, the talented back has put up 563 yards and five touchdowns and has hauled in 10 receptions for 74 more yards.

This weekend White will visit Kentucky and, in addition to his offer from the Wildcats, the talented runner has offers from Houston and Washington State.

-- One of the reasons that Foothill is off to a 5-0 start is the productivity they are getting from RB Eugene Wright.

The talented sophomore back has put up 459 yards and six touchdowns so far this season.

-- Arizona Western's Reggie Bullock has put up big numbers in the first six games of the season for the Matadors.

The talented back, who has offers from North Texas and Utah State, has racked up 822 yards and 10 touchdowns so far this season.

-- Hinds RB Matthew Willis continues to put up solid numbers, posting 764 yards and 10 touchdowns in six games for the Eagles.

-- Mesabi's Avery Walker, a freshman, has been impressive as well, grinding his way to 770 yards and nine touchdowns in seven games.

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