Scout On the Town Weekend Preview
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Vonn Bell
Vonn Bell
National Recruiting Analyst
Posted Sep 20, 2012


The Scout.com recruiting team will be at top games throughout the country all weekend...

Follow the Scouts of Scout.com on Twitter as they bring you live coverage of the weekend's high school football across the nation, with several members of the Class of 2013 Scout 300 in action as well as a number of top 2014 and 2015 prospects and a host of games involving FoxSports/Scout.com Top 50 teams.

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EAST

Brian Dohn- Northeast Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Newark (N.J.) Barringer at Orange (N.J.) at 7 p.m.
It is a game of under-the-radar prospects with each team boasting a little known Big East commit. Barringer is home to 6-foot-4, 205-pound defensive end Kemoko Turay. He earned a scholarship offer from Rutgers with a big camp performance despite never playing varsity football. He is athletic and uses his speed off the edge. Orange has Connecticut commit Jamar Summers, a cornerback who also held an offer from Massachusetts before his late July commitment.
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SOUTHEAST

Chad Simmons- National Recruiting Analyst

Friday: Northridge (Ala.) at Hoover (Ala.) at 7 p.m.
The top prospects featured in this game are two of the top 2014 prospects in the country.  Marlon Humphrey is a junior cornerbacker out of Hoover and he is a lock for five stars next fall.  He will be able to go where he wants to on Signing Day 2014.  His father is Bobby Humphrey, for running back at Alabama.  On the other side is Bo Scarborough.  The big athlete recently committed to the Crimson Tide and he would like to play running back.  Each team has a 2013 prospect committed to play at Southern Miss too.  James Cox is a wide receiver for Northridge and Jamal Lucas is a middle linebacker for Hoover.  Both are strong players and a big part of their team’s success.
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Jamie Newberg - National Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Lakeland (Fla.) Kathleen vs. Winter Haven (Fla.) at 7 p.m.
Kathleen is led by Virginia Tech commitment Javon Harrison. Only a junior, Harrison stars on both sides of the ball for Kathleen at wide receiver and cornerback. Kathleen is loaded with some really good high school players, many of which have a shot at D1 before it’s all said and done, namely quarterback A'Treyu Farrior, cornerback Greg Abrams, wide receiver/safety Kevin Wilson, defensive end Corinthian Abrams, and wide receiver Damez Wright. Winter Haven is led by Gator bound back Adam Lane. He’s back and healthy once again. Lane, 5-foot-8 and 210-pounds, is a bowling ball at running back and the key to taking down Winter Haven. They also have a highly sought after 2014 wide receiver in Kendrick Holland. Holland, 6-foot-3 and 180-pounds, already has a verbal scholarship offer from Clemson.

Friday: Immokalee (Fla.) vs Lake Wales (Fla.) at 7:30 p.m.
Immokalee is home to one of the Sunshine State’s top athletes in Mackensie Alexander. At one time he was committed to the Volunteers. Now he’s open and no one has a clue as to where he will end up. Defensive tackle Deadrin Senat also made his pledge early to Florida State but he backed off his decision as well. Wide receivers Tshumbi Johnson and Xavier Richardson are both committed to USF while running back Jacky Marcellus is headed to West Virginia. The talent doesn’t stop there, junior receiver J.C. Jackson has committed to FSU while running back D’Ernest Johnson already holds offers from teams like Florida, Georgia, Ole Miss and Louisville. Lake Wales is led by senior defensive tackles Bobby Leath and DeShaun Dunn. Leath is your prototype with scholarship offers from teams like Cincinnati, Kansas State, Iowa State, Missouri, Nebraska, USF, UCF and others while Dunn is just an undersized kid that plays lights out in the middle on every snap. 2014 quarterback Railond Garrett has a chance to be one of the top signal callers in the next class from Florida while ’14 tight end Dav’ion Riley will be one of the state’s top tight ends. Then you have 2015 standout center Luke Heirs who has offers already from schools like Florida, LSU and Alabama. Another sophomore to keep an eye on is safety Marcus Walker, who’s already getting a ton of interest, especially from the state schools.
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Michael Clark- Atlantic Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Greenville (N.C.) D.H. Conley vs. Havelock (N.C.) at 7 p.m.
This North Carolina Coastal Conference showdown features two of the top teams in Eastern North Carolina.  D.H. Conley is off to a 5-0 start and is led by senior quarterback Darius Kirkpatrick, senior running back Walker Cummings, and senior running back Everett Paschal.  Havelock, the defending 3A state champion, is loaded with talent.  The Rams are 4-1 and return several key players from last season.  South Carolina commit Pharoh Cooper has moved from playing wide receiver/cornerback to quarterback.  In his first five games, Cooper has thrown for over 1,200 yards, rushed for close to 400, and accounted for 18 total touchdowns.  Havelock also features on of the top juniors in the country in running back/cornerback Derrell Scott.  Scott holds double-digit scholarship offers, with the latest coming from Florida State.  Linemen Malcolm Ashley (committed to East Carolina) and Kendall Vickers are the leaders up front for Havelock, while A.J. Coplon is the team’s top player in the secondary.
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Geoff Vogt - Florida Recruiting Analyst
Thursday:  Hialeah (Fla.) American vs. Miami (Fla.) Jackson at Milander Stadium
Hard to believe that Jackson QB Quinton Flowers is already a junior, it seems like yesterday he was one of the highly touted would be freshmen in Dade County.  The 6-0 athlete can do it all with his legs and arm and figures to be one of the more heavily recruited athletes in Dade County for the 2014 cycle.  American has some young talent that Head Coach Corey Bell is trying to develop and this figures to be a tight ball game. 

Friday:  Immokalee (Fla.) at Lake Wales (Fla.)
Lake Wales gave Immokalee their only loss of the regular season a year ago and both these teams are considered favorite's in the 5A classification.  Immokalee's senior class of Mackensie Alexander, Mackenro Alexander, Deadrin Senat, Jacky Marcellus, Xavier Griffin, Tshumbi Johnson, and Xavier Richardson might be the most talented in Florida.   Lake Wales counters with some beef up front in Bobby Leath, Luke Hiers, and De'Shaun Dunn.  They are also loaded, with youngsters, at the skill positions.
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John Garcia Jr. - Southeast Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Mableton (Ga.) Lovett at Atlanta (Ga.) St. Pius X at 8:00 p.m.
The class of 2014 is already shaping out to be a deep one in Georgia, and three junior prospects headline this one. St. Pius' Nick Ruffin plays both corner and receiver at 6-foot, 170 already sporting offers from SEC schools like South Carolina and Tennessee as well as from other notable programs like Florida State and Notre Dame. His teammate Nick Glass is also a defensive back, but he's already committed to Georgia despite him looking around some. Glass may or may not play because of injury, which should help Lovett junior ATH Grant Haley. The 5-foot-9, 170-pounder seems to be on the cusp of big-time offers, so we'll check him out.
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Steve Robertson - Southeast Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Meridian at Natchez at 7:30 p.m.
The Wildcats come in as Mississippi's top rated team. Led by 2015 quarterback J'Mar Smith, Meridian has been extremely prolific on offense. Smith has turned in some impressive numbers in the early going and is proving to be one of the top signal callers in the state. Smith, the son of former Alabama star Kenny Smith, already holds an offer from Mississippi State.   The 'Cats are led on defense by Ole Miss 2014 commitment safety C.J. Hampton who elected to pledge his allegiance to Coach Hugh Freeze and his staff after a strong showing at the Rebels' summer camp.   Natchez will look to counter with senior corner Amos Jones and junior standout Lee Jackson who could play free safety or play the boundary as a corner on the next level.
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Yancy Porter - Mississippi Scout
Friday: J.Z. George (Miss.) at Water Valley (Miss.) at 7:00 p.m.
There has been a lot of talk in North Mississippi about junior quarterback, E.J. Bounds, for Water Valley.  The 6’ 1”, 190-pound high school quarterback will most likely land in the defensive secondary on the next level.  He is one of the best pure athletes in the state this season.  Water Valley has gotten off to a 4-1 start and hope to continue their winning ways Friday.
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Amy Campbell - Florida Recruiting Reporter
Friday: Tarpon Springs (Fla.) East Lake at Ocala (Fla.) Trinity Catholic at 7:30 p.m.
There's plenty of talent on both of these teams. East Lake is loaded with young talent starting with a couple of deadly wide receivers in junior Artavis Scott and sophomore George Campbell. Scott has offers from Florida, Florida State, Ohio State, South Florida, and more. Campbell will be a name to watch in the 2015 class as he already has offers from South Florida, Vanderbilt, and UCF and interest from Florida. On the offensive line, 6-foot-4, 260-pound junior Mason Cole with offers including Florida State, Ohio State, Michigan, Clemson, Notre Dame and South Florida. Senior quarterback Pete DiNovo is committed to UCF. Devin Abraham is a 2014 DB with three offers including South Florida. Trinity Catholic quarterback Reid Carlton is one to keep an eye on. He's a pro-style quarterback with a strong arm. Twin DBs Jamonte Jones and Damonte Jones head into their senior year with interest and looking for offers. 2016 defensive end and tight end Jordan Woods will be a name to remember in the future. The freshman stands 6-foot-4, 230-pounds, and is sure to have plenty of interest moving forward.
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Kristen Ledlow - Southeast Field Reporter
Friday: Ridgeland (Ga.) at Cedartown (Ga.) at 7 p.m.
Ridgeland High School boasts one of the top three safeties in the entire nation in Von Bell, who is still yet to make a verbal commitment. With offers on the table from nearly every major collegiate program, Bell has narrowed down the list to just seven - Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Ohio State, Tennessee, Texas and Vanderbilt. The five-star phenom hasn't announced when he'll made his decision, but with a spectacular stat line to start his senior season, the hype won't cease until he does. Bell and his teammates head to Cedartown High School, home to 2014 RB Nick Chubb, who recently earned the attention of the University of Georgia.
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MIDWEST

Allen Trieu - National Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Mount Pleasant (Mich.) at Midland (Mich.) at 7 p.m.
Midland has a national top 150 prospect in offensive tackle Steve Elmer, a Notre Dame commitment. We're looking to see if he's a guy who can move up even higher or if his current ranking is justified. The Mount Pleasant team he's going against has a couple of standout juniors, lead by Michael Tweh, a physical 6'0, 205-lb running back with BCS interest.
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Bill Greene - Ohio Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Youngstown (Ohio) Cardinal Mooney at Mentor Lake (Ohio) Catholic at 7 p.m.
Cardinal Mooney is led by the their two seniors, linebacker Courtney Love and safety Marcus McWilson. Both players were instrumental in the Cardinals state title last season, and both are committed to Nebraska. Lake Catholic features defensive end John Stepec, who is committed to Toledo.

Saturday: Youngstown (Ohio) Ursuline at Lakewood (Ohio) St. Edward at 7 p.m.
This game will showcase two of the top underclass quarterback prospects in Ohio. Ursuline is led by junior quarterback Chris Durkin, who is impressing as a second-year starter. St. Edward has sophomore signal-caller Kyle Shurmur, son of Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur, splitting time with a senior, but showing a high skill level. St. Edward also features two speedsters at wide receiver, senior three-star Anthony Young (multiple offers), and sophomore Shaun Crawford, an Ohio track champion.  
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Dave Berk - Ohio Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Cincinnati (Ohio) Indian Hill at Cincinnati (Ohio) Mariemont at 7:30 p.m.
This is the FOX Sports OHIO game of the week as two Cincinnati Hills League programs look to improve on what has been a slow start.  While there are no players with offers on either team, coaches have told us to keep an eye on Mariemont tight end/lineman Jon Bezney and Indian Hill lineman Sam Smith if he’s able to play coming off an injury.

Friday: Cincinnati (Ohio) Colerain at Cincinnati (Ohio) Sycamore 7:30 p.m.
Colerain is a FOX Sports NEXT Top 50 team with a 4-0 record and loaded with talent.  Chris Davis and L.A. Ramsby continue to show college coaches they are 100% healed from knee injuries suffered last season and have help around them.  Cincinnati pledge Dylan Wiesman is a force to be reckoned along the offensive line and Ramsby will look to junior receiver Travon Hudson who recently picked up his first offer from Purdue.  On defense Colerain will look to senior defensive lineman Dae’shawn Durham and cornerback Dejuan Lang to help junior linebacker Tegray Scales.  Sycamore also enters the game with a 4-0 record and will look to senior tight end Mason Morgan and junior dual-threat quarterback Greg Simpson to power the offense.  On defense juniors Tinashe Bere (LB) and Cayden Richter (DE) will look to slow down the Cardinals offense that is averaging over 37-points a game.
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Beth Long - Midwest Recruiting Reporter
Friday: Joliet (Ill.) Catholic vs. Marist (Ill.) at 7:30 p.m.
This is a match-up between two big names in the Midwest.  Joliet Catholic High's five star running back Ty Isaac, who is committed to USC and Marist 2014 wide receiver prospect Nic Weishar. Isaac missed the first several weeks of the season due to a shoulder injury, but is off and running for Joliet Catholic. Weishar has offers from Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Notre Dame and plenty of others. But this Illinois top-25 matchup isn't just about those two prospects, Joliet Catholic also has 2013 quarterback Craig Slowik and 2015 offensive lineman DeAndre Ford. Pairing up with Weishar on the high powered Marist offense is 2015 prospect Flynn Nagel who also lines up at wide receiver.
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Simone Scott - Midwest Recruiting Reporter
Friday: Dublin (Ohio) Jerome at Hilliard (Ohio) Darby at 7:30 p.m.
This is a matchup between two schools with Division I talent. For Hilliard Darby, its cornerback and Illinois commit Caleb Day who will lead their attack alongside defensive tackle Tae Evans who holds an offer from Ball State and outside linebacker Cameron Kohl, with a Bowling Green offer. For Dublin Jerome, it’s running back Donovan Wilson, a Georgia Tech commit, who is the engine for the team. The team goes as Wilson goes.
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MIDLANDS

Greg Powers - National Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Tyler (Texas) John Tyler at Mesquite (Texas) Horn at 7:30 p.m.
This game is littered with top-tier prospects. John Tyler features Oklahoma State wide receiver commitment and Scout.com four-star Fred Ross on the offensive side of the ball. Also, three-star Greg Ward may end up at cornerback once he gets to college, but in high school he is one of the slickest signal callers in the state. Big, strong Tyus Bowser will be a force on defense, but may also gets ome reps at tight end. Mesquite Horn is loaded in its own right. They have playmakers all over the offensive side of the ball. But it is the throwback styles of Baylor commitment D.J. Green and D1 prospect Hunter Harwell at linebacker that control the flow of the games.
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Ahmard Vital - Midlands Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Houston (Texas) Eisenhower at League City (Texas) Clear Springs at 7 p.m.
Here is an intriguing match up where both teams looking to get some momentum going. Eisenhower has a couple of Division I running backs with Jericho Worrell, a player who could be considered a sleeper going into the season with only a couple of FCS offers in hand. For the 2014 class, the other back, Donald Catalon has been solid despite the team being winless. He is committed early to Texas. Clear Springs junior quarterback Zach Cripps is the player most will have their eyes on.

Friday: League City (Texas) Clear Falls at Pearland (Texas) Dawson at 7 p.m.
Dawson looks to keep the momentum going as the Eagles have good 2-0 start. Lot of that success could be because running back James White, a Texas A&M commit has been handling business on the ground while junior receiver Tony Upchurch is making plenty of plays as well. He has an early offer from LSU. Also from the 2014 class, linebacker Cody Casey was a preseason watch player. Clear Falls is a first-year varsity team, but does have a Division I offensive lineman on the roster in Tristan Nickelson, who has a number of offers including Arizona State, Purdue and SMU.  

Saturday: Houston (Texas) Cy Falls at Houston (Texas) Cy Creek at 7 p.m.
Two undefeated district foes face off in what could be an early snapshot of what team will be in the title driver’s seat. Cy Falls is a team that has a number of guys who will play major Division I football, headlined by wide receiver Jacorey Warrick, a Texas commitment. On the other side, Temi Alaka, a big target with offers from Purdue, Iowa State and a host of others, is averaging 30 yards a catch for the moment. In the backfield, Bryce Peters is a multi-offer athlete and Jacobi Hunter, another player with offers, is looking for the right BCS-level opportunity. Cy Creek, as it was stated by a number of sources close to the program, is compiled with a solid group of great high school football players. These guys have found a way to get the job done so far this season. 
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WEST

Brandon Huffman - National Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Bonney Lake (Wash.) at Camas (Wash.) Union at 3 p.m.
This matchup in southern Washington sees Bonney Lake make the long trek down to the Washington/Oregon border against Union, home to one of the best marching bands in the state.  Bonney Lake's top prospect is 2014 lineman Stefen Land, who plays center and on the defensive line.  Union was hit hard by graduation but features a slew of good youngsters, including 2014 linebacker Jake Hawken and 2015 quarterback Nolan Henry, the cousin of former Oregon and NFL quarterback Kellen Clemens.  Trent Cowan, a 2013 prospect for Union, is one of the best kicker/punter combo players in the Northwest.

Friday: Portland (Ore.) Sunset at Beaverton (Ore.) Aloha at 7:30 p.m.
What will five-star running back Thomas Tyner do for an encore?  A week after rushing for 644 yards and 10 touchdowns, on his 18th birthday, the Oregon-bound Tyner will try to continue his torrid start.  Even if Tyner has a quarter of the production he had a week ago, that's a 150-yard, two-touchdown performance.  But as much as Tyner did last week, his offensive line has been a big part of his year, and Aloha features four-star offensive lineman Brayden Kearsley, who's committed to BYU and center A.J. McCollum.  Aloha will also welcome back tight end/defensive end Bryson Sullivan.  Sunset's top prospect is cornerback Bruce Jones, who has an offer from hometown Portland State.
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Greg Biggins - National Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure at Santa Margarita (Calif.) at 7 p.m.
Maybe the game of the year early on, this one could help decide who represents the south in either the Open or D1 Bowl game at the conclusion of the season.  St. Bonaventure is battle tested having already beaten No. 9 Corona Centennial and Redlands East Valley, but Santa Margarita presents a different test. The Seraphs will lean heavily on running back Zachary Green (Arizona) who is a punishing between the tackles runner and a good receiver out of the backfield. Tight end Bryce Dixon('14) could end up being one of the more heavily recruited players in the Southland next year. Santa Margarita trounced Carson 72-0 last week. The starters should be crisp after many of them took snaps in the fourth quarter with a 10 touchdown lead. Nebraska commitment Johnny Stanton may be the best high school quarterback in the country because of what he can do with his legs and his arm. In front of him are a pair of D1 lineman in center Dane Crane (Washington) and Riley Sorenson. The Washington Huskies are well represented in this one with another commitment from safety Connor O'Brien as well. 
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Scott Kennedy- Director of Scouting
Prepzone hits its stride this week with two of the best matchups you'll find anywhere including more college prospects than some entire states. Here is a look at the games and the players to watch this week.

Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure at Santa Margarita (Calif.) at 7 p.m.
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Maybe the game of the year early on, this one could help decide who represents the south in either the Open or D1 Bowl game at the conclusion of the season.  St. Bonaventure is battle tested having already beaten No. 9 Corona Centennial and Redlands East Valley, but Santa Margarita presents a different test. The Seraphs will lean heavily on running back Zachary Green (Arizona) who is a punishing between the tackles runner and a good receiver out of the backfield. Tight end Bryce Dixon('14) could end up being one of the more heavily recruited players in the Southland next year. Santa Margarita makes its second consecutive appearance on the Prepzone after humiliating Carson 72-0 last week. The starters should be crisp after many of them took snaps in the fourth quarter with a 10 touchdown lead. Nebraska commitmentJohnny Stanton may be the best high school quarterback in the country because of what he can do with his legs and his arm. In front of him are a pair of D1 lineman in center Dane Crane (Washington) and Riley Sorenson. The Washington Huskies are well represented in this one with another commitment from safety Connor O'Brien as well. 

Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne at Gardena (Calif.) Serra at 7 p.m.
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How much do we really know about Narbonne? While talented, the Gauchos have blown out three terrible teams to the tune of 158-6. Serra has been in some battles already including a win over No. 17 Notre Dame on Prepzone. Narbonne is no fluke though, this same Gaucho team beat Serra last year and both teams are returning a bevy of college level prospects. Narbonne is led by Washington commitment Troy Williams at quarterback. Williams will leave Narbonne having started games in all four of his seasons. He is incredibly poised and has a plus arm with command of his offense. Cal commitment A.J. Richardson is Williams' go-to receiver. Linebacker Keishawn Bierria is one of the more unheralded players in the Southland, but he's one of the most active backers we'll see on the Prepzone. He is looking at offers from the likes of Arizona, Colorado, and Oregon State among others. Defensive end Paulo Lepua is one of the fastest rising prospect in California and boasts offers from Utah, Arizona, and Oregon State. Serra is not exactly coming to the field empty handed when it comes to talented players, though most of the Cavaliers talent lies in the underclass. Junior quarterback Jalen Green is a strong armed lefty who can run by most defenders on this level. Defensive back Adoree Jackson already holds offers from UCLA, Washington, and Nebraska, and he will be tested early and often by Williams. Linebacker Dwight Williams is part of a talented linebacker crew, and Williams already has an offer from UCLA as well.

Placentia (Calif.) Valencia at Santa Monica (Calif.) at 7 p.m.
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Two evenly matched opponents square as Santa Monica looks to rebound from its blowout loss to Mater Dei last week. Santa Monica will look to get USC commitmentSebastian LaRue more involved in the action as he's a threat receiving and on returns.  Valencia's Gabe Perez is a linebacker prospect drawing the attention of schools fromSan Diego State to Boise State. He looks to be leaning to the Broncos at the moment.

Van Nuys (Calif.) Birmingham at Newhall (Calif.) Hart at College of the Canyons at 7 p.m. The top prospect in this game is only a sophomore in Hart's receiver Trent Irwin. Irwin is a player I've likened to Reggie Miller of NBA fame. Irwin has an elite talent and boundless energy to get open, just like http://www.foxsportswest.com/pages/prepzone
Miller working for his shot. Only Irwin's elite talent instead of shooting is catching. If the ball is near Irwin, he's going to catch it. Big junior tight end Davis Koppenhaver is a player to keep an eye on as well. At 6'5/210, he's not hard to find.
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Jason Jewell, Southwest Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Phoenix (Ariz.) Thunderbird at Phoenix (Ariz.) Greenway at 7:00 p.m.
This game features two of the state's runningbacks. Thunderbird's Kani Benoit is currenty a three-star back and has done nothing this season to second guess that. The 6 foot 200 pound Benoit has rushed for 669 yards and 10 tocuhdowns. Benoit currently has offers from New Mexico State, Idaho, and a handful of FCS programs. Greenway's Mark Dogbah centered 2012 with less notoriety but has played great thus far. He has rushed for 738 yards and is averaging almost 10 yards per carry. Dogbah does not have an offer yet.

Friday: Chandler (Ariz.) at Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe at 7:00 p.m.
This has all of the makings of an exciting game. These are the top two teams in Division-one, both are undefeated and both are loaded with FBS caliber players. Mt. Pointe is led by a strong group in the trenches with UCLA commit Kenny Lacy and junior Natrell Curtis starting both ways. The Pride also feature one of the state's top playmakers in junior Jalen Brown. Both Brown and Curtis have double-digit offers already. Runningback Thomas Warren has been offered by New Mexico State. Chandler is known for having tremendous skill athletes and this year is no different. Quarterback Darell Garretson, a San Jose State commit, is off to a very good year. He is competing 67% of his passes and has thrown 11 touchdowns to just 2 interceptions. Garretson has spread the ball around, hitting 8 different receivers for touchdwn passes. Senior Mitch McCulley is leading the Wolves in receptions, followed by two-star tighend Patrick Baldenegro. In the secondary, keep an eye on junior safety J.R. Hunt. He already has been offered by UCLA, Arizona State and Arizona. Tyler Shank is Chandler's top offensive lineman. He has an offer from Idaho.
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Kevin Carden, West Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne at Gardena (Calif.) Serra at 7 p.m.
How much do we really know about Narbonne? While talented, the Gauchos have blown out three terrible teams to the tune of 158-6. Serra has been in some battles already including a win over No. 17 Notre Dame on Prepzone. Narbonne is no fluke though, this same Gaucho team beat Serra last year and both teams are returning a bevy of college level prospects. Narbonne is led by Washington commitment Troy Williams at quarterback. Williams will leave Narbonne having started games in all four of his seasons. He is incredibly poised and has a plus arm with command of his offense. Cal commitment A.J. Richardson is Williams' go-to receiver. Linebacker Keishawn Bierria is one of the more unheralded players in the Southland, but he's one of the most active backers we'll see on the Prepzone. He is looking at offers from the likes of Arizona, Colorado, and Oregon State among others. Defensive end Paulo Lepua is one of the fastest rising prospect in California and boasts offers from Utah, Arizona, and Oregon State. Serra is not exactly coming to the field empty handed when it comes to talented players, though most of the Cavaliers talent lies in the underclass. Junior quarterback Jalen Green is a strong armed lefty who can run by most defenders on this level. Defensive back Adoree Jackson already holds offers from UCLA, Washington, and Nebraska, and he will be tested early and often by Williams. Linebacker Dwight Williams is part of a talented linebacker crew, and Williams already has an offer from UCLA as well.
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Jake Worthen- Northwest Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Auburn (Wash.) Riverside at Kent (Wash.) Kentlake at 7:00 p.m.
Kent (Wash.) Kentlake 2014 defensive tackle Mason Johnson is the top prospect in the game. The 6-foot-3, 309-pound prospect has already started garnering college attention. Kentlake graduated a lot of talent this past year, losing players like Oregon State signee Caleb Saulo, but should be reloaded with young players.

Friday: Issaquah (Wash.) at Bellevue (Wash.) Newport at 7:00 p.m.
The star player for Newport is quarterback and Nevada commit Isaac Dotson. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound signal caller is a dual threat athlete that can punish teams with his arm and legs. Dotson was recruited by Pac-12 programs at safety, but chose to play quarterback for the Wolf Pack. Junior tight end Drew Sample has college size and potential at 6-foot-5, 225-pounds.   
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Inna Lazarev, West Field Reporter
Friday: Scottsdale (Ariz.) Desert Mountain at Scottsdale (Ariz.) Notre Dame Prep at 7 p.m.
Desert Mountain is headlined by two 2014 stars in quarterback Kyle Allen and wide receiver Mark Andrews. Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Duke, North Carolina, Oklahoma State and UCLA have already offered Allen, and Andrews, 6-foot-6, 220-pounds, also boasts an impressive offer list, featuring Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Michigan, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah, and Washington State. Offensive tackle Ryan Scheetz and center Ricky John are additional names to look out for on Desert Mountain's squad.. Led by senior quarterback Nick Duckworth, Notre Dame Prep has several players to keep an eye on. On offense, watch for Arizona State tight end commit, Grant Martinez, as well as offensive tackle Aaron Seiple. Defensively, pay attention to linebackers Duncan Morfitt (Army and Navy offers), Luke Taffuri (Army offer), and junior Phillip Caniglia, along with defensive end Parker Zellers, cornerback Maurice White (NAU, South Dakota State, Western Illinois offers), and junior safety Jordan Schlueter (Colorado State offer).
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Annabel Stephan, West Field Reporter
Friday: Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman vs. Anaheim (Calif.) Servite at Cerritos College at 7:30 p.m.
This game is a match up of two traditional West Coast football powerhouses. Bishop Gorman makes the trip to California with an offense led by Arizona committed quarterback Anu Solomon. The Gaels are stacked with talent, including receiver Ryan Smith (New Mexico and Utah State offers), cornerback Lorenzo Fertitta (Villanova and UNLV offers), and cornerback Justin Sweet (Colorado State, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah State, and UNLV offers). There are also a handful of talented underclassmen on the team; the 2014 class is highlighted by safety Nathan Starks (6-0, 190), who holds offers from Arizona, Duke, Texas, UCLA, and Utah, and was a standout of the summer. 2014 defensive end Isaiah Nacua (6-2, 255) is an early BYU commit. Keep an eye on receiver Jamir Tillman, 2015 tight end Alize Mack, and 2014 quarterback Randall Cunningham, Jr., as a strong season could elicit offers for the talented prospects. Servite isn't lacking talent, either. Quarterback Neil Pauu, a 2014 prospect, has given an early commitment to BYU and running back Salesi Eteaki is a Utah commit. 2014 cornerback Demetric Woodard holds offers from Houston and Arizona State and continues to hear from other Pac-12 programs. 2015 receiver Tony Brown (6-1, 170) is a younger prospect to watch, as he had a strong showing over the summer and receiving some early Pac-12 interest.
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