Scouting Report: Haskell Garrett – 2017 Defensive Tackle

It’s no fluke that Bishop Gorman has emerged as possibly the top high school football program in America over the last couple of seasons. It’s a program with a history of producing talent, but now that talent is even greater than before with studs coming from California and Hawaii to play for the G.

Haskell Garrett is one of those prospects who came from Hawaii and moved to Las Vegas to attend Gorman. It’s been a beneficial move for him as he is already a top prospect and has been able to show he has a bright future as an interior defensive lineman against the top competition Gorman plays every year.

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Scouting Report: Chase Claypool – 2016 Athlete

A couple of months ago, not many college football fans that follow recruiting had heard of Chase Claypool. Heck, not many college football coaches had heard of him either.

He has gone from unknown to possibly the top prospect out of Canada in a short amount of time and it’s easy to see why. He is an impressive physical specimen at his age and could project at several positions at the next level.

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Scouting Report: Matt Fink – 2016 Quarterback

Scheme fit is important for every prospect, but having a quarterback that doesn’t fit the scheme you want to run is basically a wasted scholarship.

When I watched Matt Fink‘s film, all I could think about is how important it is for him to be put in the right scheme in order for him to succeed. He may develop into a quarterback that can fit into any scheme, but for right now he needs to go to a program that can take advantage of his athletic talent.

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Scouting Report: Damian Alloway – 2016 Athlete

Everyone wants the ideal in terms of body type for football players, but there are always exceptions that don’t fit the mold. Damian Alloway fits into that category.

His dynamic athleticism helps him shine even though he doesn’t have ideal size. The Summit High athlete is one of the top slot receiver prospects in the nation in the 2016 recruiting cycle.

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Scouting Report: Dillon Sterling-Cole – 2016 Quarterback

There is the top tier of quarterback recruits where you just need to put on the film for a few throws and can see why a kid has big time offers that quickly. Then there is the next tier of quarterbacks, the ones that flash with some throws, but have enough inconsistencies that most coaches would want to see them throw in person.

Dillon Sterling-Cole is in that next tier and it’s why he has a couple of big time offers (like Texas A&M and Arizona State), but not as many as you would expect from a kid who has already been selected to compete in the Elite 11 and The Opening. The people who selected him did obviously get to see him throw in person and what I could see from the clips, his arm looked a lot more live than it did during his junior season.

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Scouting Report: Krys Barnes – 2016 Linebacker

Kyrs Barnes has become one of the fastest rising linebacker prospects on the west coast and parlayed his season as a junior and a great performance at The Opening regionals in LA to an invitation to The Opening finals in July.

He has an old school physical mentality to playing the linebacker position and is a fun player to watch on film.

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Scouting Report: Boss Tagaloa – 2016 Defensive Tackle

Even though Concord De La Salle is consistently one of the top football programs in the nation, they don’t consistently produce a ton of blue chip recruits every year like some other programs. They actually have two this year, with one being defensive tackle Boss Tagaloa.

He has the attention of just about every school in the Pac-12 and has even earned an offer from Alabama. He’s someone whose offer list should continue to grow in the coming months.

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Scouting Report: Chase Lucas – 2016 Running Back

Sometimes the difference between really good and elite can be really slim. With a running back recruit, if he does not have the speed to break long runs, then chances are that he will never be considered elite.

I don’t know if I’d put Chase Lucas in the category of elite running backs in this class yet, but he does have that elite trait of being able to take it the distance because of his great speed. He’s one of the top backs in the west in the 2016 recruiting class.

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