Sunday, May 22, 2011

Class of 2013 Watchlist

  • Dvon Ballard - Ann Arbor Skyline
  • Zechariah Bostick - Blissfield
  • Jon Reschke - Brother Rice
  • Riley Norman - Cadillac
  • Cameron Dillard - Canton
  • Kenton Gibbs - Cass Tech
  • David Dawson - Cass Tech
  • Dennis Finley - Cass Tech
  • Jourdan Lewis - Cass Tech
  • Wyatt Shallman - Catholic Central
  • Derek Edwards - Catholic Central
  • Anthony Darkangelo - Catholic Central 
  • Csonte York - Chandler Park Academy
  • Berkley Edwards - Chelsea
  • Poet Thomas - Country Day
  • Jalen Dandridge - Crockett
  • Leon Johnson - Crockett
  • Desmond King - Crockett
  • Bryan Basilico - Dakota
  • Shane Morris - De La Salle (Michigan)
  • Demorria Lilly - De La Salle
  • Eli-Kevin Phillips - Detroit Cody
  • Brett Scanlon - Dowagiac Union
  • Kyle Dinkins - Ecorse
  • Joe Zerafa - Eisenhower
  • Isiah Gourdine - Farmington
  • Gerald Holmes - Flint Carman Ainsworth
  • Vince Palazeti - Flint Powers Catholic
  • Ahmed - Alaboody - Fordson
  • Andrew Chrzan - Fraser
  • Demetrius Stinson - Frederick Douglass
  • Mason Sarosi - Gabriel Richard
  • Dan Davis - Grand Blanc
  • Luke Maclean - Grand Blanc
  • Jack Doyle - Grosse Pointe South
  • Wyatt Kevern - Gwinn
  • Gairus Coleman - Harrison (Farmington)
  • Corey Willis - Holland
  • Johnny Williams - Holly
  • Chris Morgan - Holt
  • A.J. Abrams - Jackson Lumen Christi
  • Josh Crim - Lansing Eastern
  • Ben Armstrong - Linden
  • Adam Wheeler - Livonia Stevenson
  • J.J. McGrath - Lutheran High North
  • Nate Bossory - Manchester
  • Josh Blades - Manchester
  • Tyler Harris - Mendon
  • Teo Redding - Michigan Collegiate
  • Steve Elmer - Midland
  • James Henderson - Midland Bullock Creek
  • Brandon Moore - Montague
  • Marcus Smith - Muskegon
  • Nick George - Notre Dame Prep
  • Dillon Laase - Orchard View
  • Marcus Smith - Orchard View
  • Jamarl Eiland - Plymouth
  • Nate Emminger - Plymouth
  • Nate Jepperson - Portage Central
  • Sergio Jackson - Portage Northern
  • Mitch Myler - Sacred Heart Academy
  • Nick Hire - Sacred Heart Academy
  • Gally Thurstan - Saint Ignace La Salle
  • Brandon Bean - Southfield
  • John Terry - Tecumseh
  • Greg Webber - Troy
  • Nate Gaggin - University Liggett
  • Eric Ewing - University Liggett
  • Harris Vrbak - Warren Mott
  • Darrell Montogomery Jr. - Westside Christian Academy
  • Bryan Holmes - West Ottawa
  • Ato Condelee - West Ottawa
  • Nick Maher - Woodhaven

28 comments:

  1. Herbie "Butterscotch" Evans WR Grand Rapids Ottawa Hills

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  2. just throwing this out there, Nick George - De La Salle told me personally that he is transferring to a public school and not playing for DLS this year. With that said, I dont know if this is true because he told me the same thing last year but stayed and played for DLS...

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  3. I was told it would be another catholic league school. Why would this site change him from the list if hes good?

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  4. He told me he could be transferring and I will not take him off the list because of that it lol. Hes best Soph. kicker in state that I am aware of

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  5. Watch out for Brandon Moore, the freak of an athlete for the Montague Wildcats.

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  6. Nick George told me that he's transferring to Notre Dame Prep

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  7. Steve Elmer got first offer from Mississippi State this week.

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  8. Steve Elmer was also offered by Wisconsin.

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  9. Steve Elmer got a Michigan State offer today.

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  10. any Butterscotch Evans news?

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  11. I not sure but I think Wyatt Kevrin moved to Florida because he was to good to waste his talents in Gwinn.

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  12. were is teo redding WR from michigan colligiate,he is the best WR in the sate man

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  13. Seen this on Twitter today

    "2013 QB Shane Morris of De La Salle was named co-MVP of the IMG Madden 7-on-7 this wknd in Tampa! Team MaxEx = CHAMPS"

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  14. Zechariah Bostick was offered by Toledo according to a comment I had today.

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  15. Shane Morris has been the de la salle quarter back for two years and still cant lead them to a state championship

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  16. How can you win a state title with the players he has around him? He is only a QB, first he needs a good OL and then receievers.

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  17. Nate Jeppesen of Portage Central received his first two offers this week from Central Michigan and Western Michigan

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  18. Plymouth cupboards are not bare for 2013 campaign you tube Nate Emminger WR/S from Plymouth. Also, Jamarl Eiland QB from Plymouth also was named ALL Combine for the Underclassmen Camp. Speedy WR Alex Rogers was clocked 4.49 forty should be able to stretch a defense. These guys should make some noise. They gaining big interest from Coaches due to Fox, Austin, Goble, Abraham, White,Riche, McCormack-Reamer and Roberts.

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  19. I cannot find anything on Herbie Edwards on Google. So I cannot add him here just yet.

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  20. Elmer also has offers from Michigan, Notre Dame, and Syracuse.

    Riley Norman has an MSU offer.

    Wyatt Shallman has a Michigan, Cincinnati and Syracuse offer.

    Luke MacClean has a Buffalo offer.

    Jon Reschke - has a Toledo offer.

    Jourdan Lewis also has a Toledo offer.

    Cameron Dillard - has a Eastern Michigan offer.

    Gairus Coleman has offers from Bowling Green and Cincinnati.

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  21. You are doing a dishonest to Jamarl Eiland and Nate Emminger of Plymouth these two man will get Major offers they just sitting in a stall of good talent at Plymouth. Check out their you tube highlight film and you will see. You will need to add these young man to the list.

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  22. watch out for sophomore lb.. mark wcislo ..a transfer from phoenix az..he plays for remus chippewa hills now

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  23. watch for john terry. #66 in the whole state in tackles as sophomore. 4.53 forty time

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  24. it's John Terry.. not terry john. lol

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  25. I kicked with nick George and jj McGrath at a camp and McGrath kicked 15 yards further on kickoffs and beat George in the field goal competition.

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  26. JJ McGrath is only good for kickoffs. Accuracy is his huge issue. He has the leg for a 60 yarder but struggles making a 40 from the hash. Struggles in games too

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  27. I'm in the same league as jj, you obviously don't know him. He beat me at the kohls camp with a 58 yard field goal and he kicked 15/15 from the hashes and middle.

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  28. McGrath kicked a 52 yard fg in his first attempt in lhn's first game. He's 2-2 fgs and 3-3 touchbacks on kickoffs

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