JCFootball.com Recruiting Blog - 6/20

Things are coming to a head for one top JUCO prospect who is still looking for a home and there are four more in today's blog that are also still available as well. We also take a look at some updates on top 2014 players who have seen new offers come their way and are looking to start setting up official visits in the near future...

East Los Angeles DT Demetrius Campbell - It appears that Campbell may be close to making a decision in the next few weeks. He recently received offers from New Mexico State, Central Florida and Tulane and Texas Tech is close to officially offering him as well. Campbell told JCFootball.com he plans to visit Texas Tech and Miami the first week of July, but has yet to figure out the dates. Campbell has a very compelling story and is a player that had lots of offers during the winter, but schools backed off when it appeared he might not be able to graduate in time to play this fall. He is just finishing up his classes and should be able to enroll at some point in August wherever he winds up signing.


Santa Monica RB Myles Johnson - It's hard to understand that a productive back like Johnson is still waiting for an offer, but that's the case. He totaled over 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns on the ground as a sophomore last season. He was a full-qualifier out of high school and his coaches rave about his character and leadership skills. He can leave right away and has three years to play two. Here are his 2012 highlights.


Santa Monica OL Alphonso Dixon - Dixon started for Santa Monica last season and will have his two-year degree this summer. He's big and physical and his coaches say, with the right patience and coaching, he could be a beast at the next level. Here are his 2012 highlights.


Santa Monica C Bryan Polio - The only reason that Polio has gone over-looked is because he's a bit on the small side. However, there's no questioning his work-ethic, smarts and abilities on the football field. Here are his 2012 highlights.


Santa Monica DT/DE Daleon Scott - Scott is the fourth member for the SMC squad still looking for a home. He didn't put up big numbers, but he did start last fall and he's versatile enough to play inside or outside, depending on the scheme.


Cerritos DT David Moala - Moala's stock continues to rise as he recently received his fourth offer, this one coming from Kansas State. He already had full rides from the likes of Cincinnati, Hawaii and Houston and has seen heavy interest from the likes of Minnesota, Oklahoma State, USC and Utah. He is a bounceback from Arizona State and will have his two-year degree in December with two years to play two following the 2013 season.


Independence LB Richard Dorvilus - Dorvilus has seen things pick up on the recruiting front, hauling in his second offer, this one from Western Kentucky, joining Arkron and seeing schools from Conference USA, the Big East and Mountain West giving him a long look. As a freshman this past season, Dorvilus played in just four games and totaled 10 tackles, four tackles-for-loss, one sack and one interception. He is on pace to graduate in December and he will have three years to play two following the 2013 football season.


Antelope Valley LB Atrayo Woodside - Woodside had a solid freshman season for AVC last season, totaling 43 tackles, 8.5 tackle-for-loss and one sack. He has an early offer from Northern Arizona and has seen things pick up with schools like Colorado State, Fresno State, Washington, Boise State, Florida International, Illinois, Kansas, Oregon and South Florida.


Antelope Valley LB Justin Gilchrist - Gilchrist is Woodside's teammate and he too has an offer from Northern Arizona and has seen interest from Boise State and Portland State. As a freshman in 2012, Gilchrist posted 29 tackles, six tackles-for-loss and two sacks from his outside linebacker spot.


Highland DT Mickey Stewart - Stewart played at Arizona Western last year, totaling seven tackles, one sack and two tackles-for-loss while working into the rotation, but moved to Highland to play this fall and he will finish up his AA in December. He's seen lots of early interest from schools like Baylor, Bowling Green, Indiana, Iowa State, Kansas, Minnesota, Toledo and Western Kentucky. He will have three years to play two following the 2013 football season.


American River S James Sample - Sample is a bounceback from Washington who was one of the top prep safeties in the country when he signed with the Huskies in 2011. He's long, loves to hit and he's surprisingly good in coverage for a young man his size (6'4", 200). Schools from the Pac 12, especially Cal and Colorado, have made inquires as well as programs from the Big 12 and Mountain West. He will have two to play two following the 2013 season.


Holmes LB Quay Watt - A big, physical and athletic linebacker, Watt is a player to keep an eye on this summer. He totaled 71 tackles (45 solo solo) and also had an interception for the Bulldogs as well. He's seen interest from the SEC, ACC and Big East and you can expect more and more schools to pick things up over the next few months.


Cisco LB Brian Hine - Hine was a real leader for the Wranglers on defense last year, totaling 35 tackles, nine tackles-for-loss and an interception. He's versatile enough to play inside or outside and he's a sure-tackler as well.


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