Scout On the Town Weekend Preview
This story originally published on FOXSportsRecruiting.com
Derrick Green
Derrick Green
National Recruiting Analyst
Posted Oct 26, 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: Salesianum High (Wilmington, Del.) at Middletown (Del.) High at 7:30 p.m.
It is a battle of unbeatens in the nation’s first state, and the headliner is class of 2014 Middletown receiver Chris Godwin. He holds offers from Rutgers, North Carolina State, UMass, Delaware and Boston College and has dozens of other suitors. Middletown also has 2014 quarterback Darius Wade, who holds offers from Delaware and UMass. Salesianum has 2013 linebacker Randall Schiccantano, who ishearing from Penn State but is looking for his first offer. Salesianum also has2014 linebacker Troy Reeder, who holds offers from Delaware, Penn State, Rutgers and Virginia but is already committed to North Carolina to play lacrosse.
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Michael Clark- Atlantic Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Richmond (Va.) Godwin vs. Richmond (Va.) Hemitage at 7 p.m.
This rivalry game has huge conference and playoff implications.  Hermitage is 7-0 overall and 6-0 in conference play.  The Panthers are led by All-American running back Derrick Green.  Green is a five-star prospect and the No. 2 ranked running back in the country.  The 6-foot, 225-pound Green is down to six schools – Auburn, Michigan, Ole Miss, Oregon, Tennessee, and Virginia Tech.  The Panthers also have 2013 defensive back Brian Brown.  Brown has scholarship offers from East Carolina, Pittsburgh, and Richmond.  Godwin is 5-2 overall and 4-1 in the conference.  The Eagles are led by senior offensive lineman Eric Tetlow.  Tetlow is a versatile prospect that can play any position on the offensive front.  The 6-foot-6, 290-pound Tetlow has 13 scholarship offers and is attracting serious interest from several other schools.  He recently took his first official visit to Wake Forest, but is waiting to hear back from Florida State, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia.  Look for his recruitment to really take shape over the next month or so.
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Sam Hellman- Northeast Recruiting
Friday: Red Bank (N.J.) Catholic at Middletown (N.J.) South at 7 p.m.
This matchups features two Division I linemen for Red Bank Catholic. Class of 2013 defensive tackle Josh Klecko is already verbally committed to Rutgers, The 6-foot-2, 260-pound lineman is a three-star prospect that checks in as No. 73 in his position. Klecko’s father is New York Jets great Joe Klecko and his older brother Dan had a strong career at Temple. Klecko verbally committed to Rutgers during the summer and recently returned from a minor injury.  Class of 2014 teammate Quenton Nelson projects as a top five prospect in the Garden State. Nelson picked up nearly a dozen verbal scholarship offers this month, including Michigan State, Miami, North Carolina and Ohio State. At 6-foot-5, 293 pounds, Nelson could play on either side of the line in college and now holds double-digit offers. Rutgers was the first offer for Nelson in April..
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SOUTHEAST

Chad Simmons- National Recruiting Analyst

Thursday: Jacksonville (Fla.) Raines at Jacksonville (Fla.) First Coast at 7 p.m.
This game is loaded with talent.  First Coast is led by senior linebacker Daniel McMillan who is having a great season and he is committed to Florida.  He is a member of the Scout100.  Other top seniors are cornerback Darius Witty (South Florida commitment), cornerback Dorian Killings (UCF commitment), defensive end Seyvon Lowry (UCF commitment), and linebacker Tyrell Lyons (Florida State commitment).  They have some of the top underclassmen in the state of Florida as well.  2015 quarterback DeAndre Johnson is an early FSU commitment and in that same class is linebacker Sherrod Pittman who was offered by Florida last weekend.  Raines has some talented prospects that are on the younger side.  The 2014 class looks strong and offensive lineman Travaris Dorsey leads the way. Florida State, Georgia Tech, and North Carolina have all offered Dorsey.  Marvin Zanders is a quarterback and Alex Gardner is a running back, both are hearing from numerous top schools at this time.  First Coast is undefeated and Raines has one loss, so two good teams with talented athletes will go head to head in this game.
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Jamie Newberg - National Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Orlando (Fla.) Evans at Orlando (Fla.) Dr. Phillips at 7:30 p.m.
Nothing better than a little Thursday night football in Orlando, as two very talented teams face off at Dr. Phillips. Their headliner is a super four-star safety in Marcell Harris. Harris has yet to make his decision. His frontrunners are Florida and Texas and it appears the Gators are the team to beat. The other safety prospect on the team is Matt Milano, who has committed to Boston College.  Running back Eric Harrell has offers from FIU and Kansas while 2014 athlete Deionte Gaines already has a scholarship offer from Cincinnati. Evans led by former Florida State commitment Tony Stevens. Stevens, 6-foot-3 and 185-pounds, is a four-star wide receiver who also is playing great football on the either side of the ball at free safety. At this point it looks as if Stevens is leaving the state. Speaking of the Seminoles, Stevens teammate, outside linebacker Rodderick Hoskins is committed to the Seminoles. Evans other receiver is Dominic Walker, was previously committed to Vanderbilt but now will also make official visits to Nebraska and Cincinnati. Cornerback James Julius and running back Brandon English are two other D1 kids to look for with Evans.

Friday: Punta Gorda (Fla.) Charlotte at South Fort Myers (Fla.) at 7:30 p.m.
Charlotte is led by three big time players in senior running back Clyde Newton and twin juniors Dwight and Dwayne Reynolds. The Reynolds twins both start in the Charlotte secondary. Dwayne plays safety and Dwight plays cornerback. Offensively, they rotate possessions at receiver. They are playmakers. Meanwhile, Newton is a horse between the tackles and a very productive north-south back. He also starts at linebacker. South Fort Myers is led by the latest Kearse. His name is Jayron and this outside linebacker prospect is now committed to Clemson. He was previously committed to Auburn, then Miami. According to the coaching staff Kearse is having a huge senior campaign and is even getting about a dozen snaps as the wildcat quarterback. Their talent doesn’t stop there. D’Ronzjaih Matthews will be one of the top recruits from the Sunshine State next season. He stars at middle linebacker and running back. Most of the SEC and ACC have already offered him. Senior defensive tackle Joe Fennell is a BCS recruit that has committed to Western Kentucky while junior offensive lineman Joe Gold has chance to be one next season. 2015 Antwan Dixon is a sophomore stud that does everything and plays quarterback, slot receiver, cornerback and returns kicks. Junior safety Teh’Ron Fuller doesn’t have any offers yet but looks like a sure fire D1 guy next season.
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Mike Bakas - Florida Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Orlando (Fla.) University at Orlando (Fla.) Timber Creek at 7:30 p.m.
A trip to this game will mean Scout gets another in-person evaluation of sophomore running back Jacques Patrick.  At 6-feet and 200 pounds, Patrick is widely considered one of the state’s elite  running back prospects already. He has offers from several schools, including Florida State and Miami. He’s already gone for close to 1,500 yards and 18 touchdowns this season and is projected to be a five-star prospect down the road. We’ll get another good look at him this week. University High is led by a good running back of its own, Shadon Seabrook. At 5-foot-11 and 160 pounds, Seabrook could end up playing slot receiver or cornerback in college but he’s getting a lot of Division 1 looks.
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John Garcia Jr. - Southeast Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Lithonia (Ga.) Martin Luther King at Stone Mountain (Ga.) Stephenson at 7:30 p.m.
Over a dozen FBS prospects will be on display for Stephenson's homecoming. Committed SEC prospects including defensive end Jonathan Wynn (Vanderbilt) and defensive back Ali Groves (South Carolina) in the class of 2013 as well as two-way linemen and Southern Miss commits Edmend Banks and Khari Alexander. Stephenson also has some young talent that we want to see in person like wideout Jared Tucker. King offensive lineman Joshua Outlaw is the top prospect taking part in this one, and the four-star has not narrowed down his list too much. The hometown Georgia Bulldogs may be the team to beat while UCLA, Tennessee, Clemson and several others remain in the mix. On the other side of the ball, King is led by Louisville commit and defensive end Jacarthy Mack and defensive back Wesley Green. The three-star DB has a variety of SEC and ACC offers, and he is taking the process slow at the moment.
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Steve Robertson - Southeast Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Wayne County (Miss.) vs. Brookhaven (Miss.) at 7 p.m.
Wayne County will visit the Panthers of Brookhaven in a big district match-up for both teams. Southern Miss commitments, OT Devin Farrior (Wayne County) and DE Jaboree Poole (Brookhaven) will line up against each other and get after it one final time on the high school level before joining forces in Hattiesburg next fall. Wayne County boasts one of the top 2014 WRs in the state in junior DeJarvis Chambers who is rapidly becoming one of the most impressive prospects in south Mississippi.
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Amy Campbell - Florida Recruiting Reporter
Friday: Cocoa (Fla.) Cocoa High School at Jacksonville (Fla.) Potter's House Christian at 7:30 p.m.
Cocoa looks to continue its five-game win streak as they travel to face win-less Potter's House Christian. The big name for Cocoa is stud running back Tarean Folston, one of the top backs in a loaded state and is highly sought-after across the country. The 5-foot-10, 190-pound athlete is coming off a recent visit to Notre Dame and is talking to many others including Virginia Tech, Florida State, South Florida, South Carolina, Auburn, and Tennessee. Senior defensive end Deondre Barnett is looking for his first offer, but is getting plenty of interest and it should be just a matter of time.
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MIDWEST

Allen Trieu - National Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Grand Rapids (Mich.) Kenowa Hills at Muskegon (Mich.) at 7 p.m.
Two junior linemen are the main focus in this game. Muskegon's Kenneth Finley and Kenowa's Zach Evans are both receiving quite a bit of college attention. Finley has been dominant this season and has the frame colleges look for. Junior lineman Malik King is also receiving Big Ten interest, as is linebacker Will Hunt. The Big Reds also have several senior linemen receiving college attention, slot back/cornerback Marcus Smith, and a freshman making some noise in offensive lineman Juan'ay Johnson.
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Bill Greene - Ohio Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Shaker Heights (Ohio) at Parma (Ohio) Normandy at 7 p.m.
Shaker Heights is led by four-star senior defensive tackle Donovan Munger, who is in the process of setting official visits. Munger holds over 20 offers, including UCLA, Ohio State, Auburn, and others. Two juniors, tailback Ramses Owens and offensive tackle Ja'Merez Bowen already hold offers and will be highly rated 2014 prospects in Ohio.

Friday: John Adams (Ohio) at Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville at 3 p.m.
Glenville features several top prospects, including many with offers. Senior three-star linebacker Chris Worley holds nearly ten offers, including Ohio State and is having a fine season. Juniors, wide receiver Marshon Lattimore, offensive tackle Marcelys Jones and safety Erick Smith, all hold BCS offers and are top 2014 prospects in-state.

Friday: Canfield (Ohio) at Hubbard (Ohio) at 7 p.m.
Hubbard showcases sophomore twins, tailback Larry Scott and wide receiver Isaiah Scott, and both players will be ranked as top 2015 prospects in Ohio.

Saturday: Canton (Ohio) McKinley at Massillon (Ohio) at 2 p.m.
Without question, the greatest rivalry in high school sports also features over 15 players holding Division-I offers, and both teams are already guaranteed spots in the state playoffs. McKinley is led by sophomore quarterback Eric Glover-Williams, who might be the top 2015 overall prospect in Ohio. Junior linebacker Jamal Davis is getting better by the game, and will be a BCS recruit. Massillon is led by two seniors, quarterback Kyle Kempt (Cincinnati commit) and cornerback Gareon Conley (Michigan commit). Juniors Nathaniel Devers and Marcus Whitfield both hold offers, and both are top 2014 prospects in-state. 
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Dave Berk - Ohio Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Dayton (Ohio) Ponitz Career Tech at Dayton (Ohio) Thurgood Marshall at 7:00 p.m.
We’ll return to watch Thurgood Marshall’s senior running back Denzel Norvell and junior athlete Vayante Copeland after both players left our previous visit early in the game with injuries.  Norvell is a super quick back college programs are checking out but are worried about his size at 5-foot-6, 170-pounds.  Copeland is hearing early from several Mid American Conference programs and a few Big Ten programs at this time.

Friday: Columbus (Ohio) South at Columbus (Ohio) Marion-Franklin Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Michigan pledge Jaron Dukes will be our focus as we catch Columbus (Ohio) Marion-Franklin in action.  Dukes, who stands 6-foot-4, 200-pounds is a FOXSportsNEXT.com four-star prospect and getting the chance to catch him in action a year after he came upon our radar will allow for a new evaluation of the future Wolverine.

Saturday: Louisville (Ken.) Trinity at Cincinnati (Ohio) Moeller Saturday at 2:00 p.m.
One of the marquee games in the country will have two powerhouse programs battle in a game full of future college talent.  Trinity will look for FOXSportsNEXT.com five-star receiver James Quick and four-star standouts Jason Hatcher (USC) and Ryan White (Vanderbilt) to provide the offense and defense needed to remain undefeated and in the hunt for a second FOX Sports National Championship.  Moeller has their own talent with three-star offensive lineman Alex Gall (Miami Fla.), linebacker Shane Jones (Michigan State) and running back Keith Watkins (Northwestern) and will be looking for a win prior to going into the playoffs.
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Simone Scott - Midwest Recruiting Reporter
Friday: Reynoldsburg (Ohio) at Groveport Madison (Ohio) at 7 p.m.
Reynoldsburg features several players gaining attention from schools around the Midwest. Senior wide receiver Mykel Traylor-Bennett (committed to Cincinnati) looks to lead the team along with cornerback Tre Rowe (committed to Toledo) and defensive end Emmanuel Beal (offer from Akron). Groveport Madison is hoping that senior defensive end Dawuane Smoot (committed to Illinois) as well as guard Durrell Bristol (committed to Ohio) will be able to slow Reynoldsburg down and they’ll be able to end their season on a high note..
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Beth Long - Midwest Recruiting Reporter
Friday: St. Charles (Ill.) East at Wheaton (Ill.) North at 7:30 p.m.
In the first round of the Illinois state playoffs, Number 5 seed Wheaton North takes on 12 seed St. Charles East. Wheaton North is a team with loads of quarterback talent, featuring 2014 signal caller Clayton Thorson -- who has offers from Iowa, Northwestern, Illinois and Penn State. St. Charles East features 2015 offensive lineman Brennan Bosch who has an offer from Illinois, and 2014 wide receiver Brannon Barry, a 6-foot-4, 200 pound player who has heard from many of the Midwest schools.

Saturday: Elk Grove Village at Glenbard West at 1 p.m.
Glenbard West owns the #1 seed in the 7A playoff's in Illinois and they look to defend that against number 16 seed Elk Grove Village. Glenbard West is highlighted by Vanderbilt commit tight end Nathan Marcus and defensive lineman Ruben Dunbar who has been hearing from Missouri, and has offers from Illinois, Boston College, Indiana, Iowa, Purdue and several others.
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MIDLANDS

Greg Powers - National Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Arlington (Texas) Bowie vs Arlington (Texas) Sam Houston at 7:00 p.m.
Bowie is a team laden with D1 prospects. Steve Wesley is the senior headliner and the talented three-star corner has already made his commitment to play for TCU in college. Athlete Eric Rivers is a sleeper to watch on the offensive side of the ball. Edwin Freeman has moved up to play outside linebacker, but the 2014 prospect has a nice blend of skills. He is already rated in the Scout300. Freeman’s classmate Kristofer Thigpen is an offensive lineman who should draw looks from D1 schools. Sam Houston likes to get it done on the ground and has three backs on its roster with over 400 yards rushing on the year.

Friday: Flower Mound (Texas) at Lewisville (Texas) Hebron at 7:30 p.m.
Hebron is led on offense by running back Dez Wortham, who has a number of D1 schools in hot pursuit and it is 2015 star offensive lineman Zach Rogers who leads the way opening up holes from his left tackle spot. Major BCS programs are already extending him verbal scholarship offers. Safety Jamal Adams is one of the top recruits in the Class of 2014 and is already listed amongst the Scout100.  He already holds offers from many of the top-tier programs in the country. Senior Cole Mckeel has been putting up big numbers in the Flower Mound offense to go along with what junior quarterback Conor Wanhanen, who has generated well over 1,000 yards of offense.
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Ahmard Vital - Midlands Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Richmond (Texas) Bush at Missouri City (Texas) Elkins at 7 p.m.
There’s always a good battle in Southwest Houston between Fort Bend programs. This one features Bush against Elkins and one thing is for certain, plenty of Division I skilled guys will be on the field. For Elkins, a couple of breakout wide receivers with Darvin Kidsy and J'Mon Moore, both of which had made their commitments with Kidsy to North Texas and Moore to the SEC with Missouri. On the defense, linebacker Keree Renchie has quite a few Division I offers in his own right, including Arkansas and Colorado. For Bush, the team is led by a top junior in quarterback Ronald Monroe, who has a number of college coaches recruiting him. In the backfield with him is running back O’Shea Wilson. Defensively, cornerback Chad Davis is a solid player with close to 10 offers with Texas Tech, San Jose State, Tulsa and Utah State to name a few. 
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WEST

Brandon Huffman - National Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Seattle (Wash.) O'Dea vs. Seattle (Wash.) Rainier Beach at Memorial Stadium at 7:00 p.m.
The Metro League playoff game for the third seed for the 3A state playoffs features two of the traditional powers in the Emerald City.  Rainier Beach features one of the biggest offensive linemen in the West, 6-10, 340-pound Leo Keilani, who has offers from Idaho and Wyoming, and also boasts receiver KeiWuan Miller and junior running back Marquis Davis.  O'Dea is led by three-star receiver Tatum Taylor, who has shaken off an ankle injury that was feared worse than it was.  Taylor has double-digit offers, and is one of the more versatile players in the Northwest.  Sophomore running back Myles Gaskin, who also plays safety, is a 2015 prospect from the state to keep an eye on.

Friday: Auburn (Wash.) Riverside vs. Auburn (Wash.) at 7 p.m.
The two crosstown rivals meet, and Auburn is looking to avenge a loss last year to Auburn Riverside, the first win for the Trojans in the rivalry's history.  Auburn is trying to clinch the #2-spot out of the SPSL North, suffering their first loss last week.  The Trojans' top two prospects are Demontrea McKinley and Kevin Shelton, the younger brother of Washington defensive tackle Danny Shelton.
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Greg Biggins - National Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Mission Hills (Calif.) Alemany at Eninco (Calif.) Crespi at 7 p.m.
Alemany has two very talented receivers headlined by USC commit Steven Mitchell. Mitchell is an elite recruit, a top 100 player nationally and arguably the top pass catcher in the region. His cousin Devin Ross is no slouch himself and is headed to Colorado. Super soph Desean Holmes is another elite skill athlete and has already been offered by Houston and Utah. Junior Aubrey Jackson is the teams top lineman and has Div I size and potential. Crespi has two of the top safeties in the region on their side and Tyler Foreman has the talent to play for any school in the country. His sidekick Brandon Arnold is a tough, physical hitter and is currently favoring California and Michigan State. If the Celts are to pull off the upset, they'll need a big game from talented receiver Jabrian Blackwell, who was one of the big revelations on the summer 7 on 7 circuit.
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Scott Kennedy- Director of Scouting
FOX Sports West features four games per week streamed live on the internet with broadcasters and color analysts, and multi-angle cameras. This week Prepzone Live will feature host Kevin Barnett and Director of Scouting Scott Kennedy, highlighting the action from each of the four games as well as other news and notes across the Southland. Here is a look at this week's action on FOX Sports West's Prepzone.

Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco vs. Anaheim (Calif.) Servite at 7 p.m.
http://www.foxsportswest.com/pages/prepzone
St. John Bosco took a big step towards winning the Trinity League when it knocked off Mater Dei last week. Bosco's key player on offense is USC offensive line commitment Nico Falah (6'5/270). Bosco is still a relatively young team and has several juniors picking up scholarship offers already including Damien Mama(6'3/320) who starts on the offensive line with Falah, defensive lineman Malik Dorton(6'2/220), and defensive back Jaleel Wadood (5'10/150). Servite has fallen on hard times this year after ruling the Trinity League much of the last decade, but the Friars still have talent including running backs Charlie Etiaki(6'0/195), a Utah commitment and junior Andrew Moore (6'1/210). BYU commitmentNeil Pauu (6'3/190) began the season at quarterback, but the junior athlete has been moved around some after a slow start.

West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade (7-1) vs. La Canada (Calif.) St. Francis at 7 p.m.
http://www.foxsportswest.com/pages/prepzone
Running back Terrell Newby (5'10/185) is looking for an encore after his eight touchdown performance against Harvard-Westlake last week (Link Here). Newby continues an impressive senior season that has shown him get better every week. The soon to be 4-Star running back is considering Cal, Nebraska, and Oregon. Teammate Elijah Dunston (6'1/180) is a wide receiver committed to Colorado. St. Francis is coming off of four straight losses. The Golden Knights had been hanging tough with foes until Serra blew them out last week 42-6.

Irvine (Calif.) Woodbridge at Corona del Mar (Calif.) at 7 p.m.
http://www.foxsportswest.com/pages/prepzone
Corona del Mar is 3-0 in the Pacific Coast League and is coming off of two impressive wins over Irvine and Northwood. The Sea Kings feature an impressive running attack led by senior Cayman Carter (6'1/180) who has 10 touchdowns on the season.  Woodbridge is also coming off of two straight wins including University and Beckman. The Warriors need this one to have a chance of keeping Corona del Mar from sewing up the Pacific League. Austin DeFreitas (6'1/200) is an impressive running back for the Warriors, having already run for over 1,400 yards.

Riverside (Calif.) Rubidoux at Lake Arrowhead (Calif.) Rim of the World at 7 p.m.
http://www.foxsportswest.com/pages/prepzone
Rim of the World may not literally be the edge of the earth, but anyone trying to get to Lake Arrowhead from Los Angeles on a Friday evening may find the edge of the earth is easier to get to. The Fighting Scots enter the game against Rubidoux coming off a tough loss to Citrus Valley. The Scots need this win to keep pace with the winner of Citrus Valley/Banning tonight. Should Banning win tonight, that sets up a winner take all Banning / Rim of the World match next week for the Mountain Valley League Championship. Should Citrus Valley win, Banning, Rim of the World, and Citrus Valley could all finish 4-1 in League play, but Citrus Valley would hold wins over Rim of the World and Banning, having lost to Rubidoux earlier this season... got all that?
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Jason Jewell, Southwest Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral at Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro at 7 p.m.
This should be a great game as it is one of the state's top rivalry games. Chaparral is led by two-way starter Jake Roh. Roh is getting plenty of college interest as both a wide receiver and outside linebacker. Nevada is his most recent offer. The Firebirds have an excellent secondary. Safeties Tim Murphy and Alex Arnold have played well down the stretch and junior CB Tyler Whiley and senior Jordin Hamilton make a good duo. They will be given the task of attempting to shut down one of the state's top young prospects. Saguaro sophomore wide receiver is having a great year and already has verbal offer from UCLA and Arizona State.

Friday: Tempe (Ariz.) Marcos de Niza at Laveen (Ariz.) Cesar Chavez at 7 p.m.
Marcos is led by the state's top prospect in defensive back Priest Willis. Arizona commits Paul Elvira and Mauriece Lee are dangerous on offense. Keep an eye on junior QB Josh Eckely. He is a true dual-threat quarterback. Chavez looks to finish the season undefeated. The Champions have received very little press this season but are playing great football. Their QB Arturo Macias has thrown 24 TDs and only 2 INTs.
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Jake Worthen- Northwest Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Gig Harbor (Wash.) Peninsula vs. Lakewood (Wash.) Lakes at 7:00 p.m.
Lakes wide receiver and Washington commit Sammie Long has great size at 6’4” 190lbs. Long is best when the ball is in the air and has the ability to go up and pull it down. Long also holds an offer from Utah and could consider visiting later this year. In addition to Long, Lakes has another college level wide receiver in Marquin Russell. He holds offers from Army and Idaho and is an elite athlete that some believe could be more talented than Long. Two Lakes players that have a chance to be the top prospects in the state in their respective classes are 2015 defensive end Benning Potoae and 2016 offensive tackle Jared Goldwire. Potoae is the younger brother of current Washington Husky Sione Potoae and is already a dominant force. Just a freshman, Goldwire stands 6’6” 265lbs and will bring back memories of Lakes' last giant lineman, USC tackle Zach Banner.  Peninsula tight end Kyle Self is a prospect to keep an eye on. Self has interest from FBS and FCS programs.
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Kevin Carden, West Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Moorpark (Calif.) at Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian at 7 p.m.
Oaks Christian will get a stiff test from a solid Moorpark team on Friday night, with a berth in the Marmonte League championship game at stake. Oaks Christian is once again loaded with talent, starting with 2013 standouts Cameron Judge, a UCLA linebacker commit, and Francis Owusu, a Stanford wide receiver commit. Oaks also has plenty of young talent like 2014 quarterback Brandon Dawkins, who currently has offers from Notre Dame and Utah, and a pair of elite 2015 prospects in offensive lineman Reno Rosene and athlete Darick Holmes.
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Inna Lazarev, West Field Reporter
Friday: Phoenix (Ariz.) Pinnacle at Phoenix (Ariz.) Brophy Prep at 7 p.m.
Brophy Prep is led by four-star quarterback/wide receiver duo, Tyler Bruggman and Devon Allen. Bruggman is a Washington State commit, while Allen, a UCLA lean, is deciding between the Bruins, Stanford, and Arizona State. Other Broncos to watch for are offensive guard Charlie Renfree, linebackers Andrew Curtis and Robert Relf, running back D'Amani Grayer, defensive tackle Dominic Riccitelli, and junior offensive lineman Austin Hall. Pinnacle features a strong rushing attack, led by Harvard offensive tackle commit Billy Nichols, and senior offensive guards Carson Purtell and Jack Kness. Also, keep an eye out for Pioneer linebacker Matt Dietz, and long snapper Mike Lizanich, who is committed to Tulane.
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Brian Swinney & Doug Kimmel, Inside the Utes
Friday: Phoenix (Ariz.) Pinnacle at Phoenix (Ariz.) Brophy Prep at 7 p.m.
Brophy Prep is led by four-star quarterback/wide receiver duo, Tyler Bruggman and Devon Allen. Bruggman is a Washington State commit, while Allen, a UCLA lean, is deciding between the Bruins, Stanford, and Arizona State. Other Broncos to watch for are offensive guard Charlie Renfree, linebackers Andrew Curtis and Robert Relf, running back D'Amani Grayer, defensive tackle Dominic Riccitelli, and junior offensive lineman Austin Hall. Pinnacle features a strong rushing attack, led by Harvard offensive tackle commit Billy Nichols, and senior offensive guards Carson Purtell and Jack Kness. Also, keep an eye out for Pioneer linebacker Matt Dietz, and long snapper Mike Lizanich, who is committed to Tulane.
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Annabel Stephan, West Field Reporter
Thursday: Anaheim (Calif.) Western at Tustin (Calif.) at 7 p.m.
Anaheim (Calif.) Western will face an undefeated Tustin (Calif.) team in Friday night's match up. The Tillers' program is another in the Southern California that has a handful of prospects with Division-1 offers on the roster. Center David Maka (6-5, 350) holds offers from UCLA, Utah, and San Diego State, among others. The team features two talented running backs in Davonte Young (Arizona and SMU offers) and Terence Martinez (hearing from a few programs, including Arizona State and Colorado State). The Tillers' defense features outside linebackers Edward Tandy (6-1, 195) who holds California, Colorado, Washington, and Nevada offers and Marshaun Daniel (6-0, 205) who has picked up offers from Houston, Nevada, and UNLV offers.

Friday: La Verne (Calif.) Damien at Chino Hills (Calif.) at 7 p.m.
Chino Hills (Calif.) receiver Jack Austin is the game's most highly touted prospect; the 6-foot-3, 205-pound player picked up offers including Oregon State, San Diego State, and Utah before committing to the Boise State Broncos in June. Quarterback Matt Simko, who transferred from Ontario (Calif.) Colony before the season, is one to watch. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound player has received interest from schools including San Diego State, San Jose State, Oregon State, and Illinois. La Verne (Calif.) Damien quarterback 2014 Gage Pucci (5-11, 185) impressed in the 7on7 circuit and has mentioned interest in Boise State, Iowa State, Rice, Tulane, and UNLV. Junior middle linebacker Joe Provenzano (6-0, 210) has received interest from Purdue, the University of San Diego, San Diego State, and Portland State.
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