How NSD 2015 went for Stanford recruit Brian Chaffin

An inside look at National Signing Day for one Cardinal Stanford may have 22 commitments to their 2015 recruiting class but an argument could be made about which soon to-be Cardinal football player is the most excited about heading to Palo Alto. The Charlotte Christian center had double-digit scholarship offers but once committed to Stanford on June 16, 2014 that […]

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Southern California DB works overtime to be one of the nation’s elite players

Exclusive interview with Servite star Micah Croom   Sometimes being physically gifted is just not enough to be an elite football player on the high school level. A lot of top recruits can skate by on natural talent but every now and again a top talent shows the rare maturity at an early age to know what it takes to […]

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Throwback style Florida LB clearing path as one of the nation’s best

Exclusive interview with Shaquille Quarterman   Each year recruiting classes are stocked full of soon to-be difference makers on the collegiate field. How each player takes a hold of the college football game becoming an All-Conference or All-American selection varies from God given physical tools, football IQ, or the product of a system. For Class of 2016 linebacker Shaquille Quarterman […]

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Do-it-all Class of 2016 Connecticut TE rising in recruiting rankings

Exclusive interview with Scooter Harrington   Rarely does the label “athlete” get used with a player who lines up at tight end. Without intent, Greenwich High School’s Scooter Harrington is breaking an old mold showing his versatility as a dual-purpose tight end, blocking and passing catching, but also lines up in the slot or at H-back and even at defensive […]

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Two-time Arkansas state champ taking talents to Vanderbilt

Exclusive interview with Ean Pfeifer   When you’ve won back-to-back Arkansas state championships in football there is little else left to prove on the high school playing field for a player like Ean Pfeifer. As a three-year starter for the Tigers, the 6’5”, 285 pound, tackle plowed a path forward towards greatness for Bentonville High School helping the team win […]

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A modern gunslinger arises under center in Oklahoma

Exclusive interview with Scotty Gilkey Jr.   Some guys are graced with God given ability, some work diligently on their own to develop their talents to become exceptional, and others just happened to be blessed with having a great support staff to help guide and nurture athletic gifts into dominating play on the field. When talking about Broken Arrow High […]

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For your consideration, the nation’s top WR Class of 2016

An interview with Oaks Christian’s Michael Pittman   Certain positions in high school football are easily filled with productive players. Across the nation most high school teams stick their top athletes at running back, linebacker, defensive end, safety, and/or wide receiver making competition to be among the best of the best fierce year after year at those key positions. Few […]

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Austin Capps putting the “star” in Star City, Arkansas

Interview with Class of 2016 defensive tackle   While pouring over recruiting information, news, and highlight reels coming across soon-to-be collegiate game changers is a regular occurrence. But every now and again certain high school prospects standout head and shoulders above the rest. Such was the situation when scouting Star City, Arkansas two-way lineman Austin Capps. Across the nation there […]

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Getting after the quarterback, a Murphy gridiron family tradition

Exclusive interview with Connor Murphy In the short time of getting to know Connor Murphy, perhaps the most confusing thing to figure out was why the game of football came to him so late in life. Connor is a 6’7”, 250 pound, beast for Brophy College Prep but the transformation into dominating defensive end only started a season ago. After […]

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Getting after the quarterback, a Murphy gridiron family tradition

Exclusive interview with Connor Murphy   In the short time of getting to know Connor Murphy, perhaps the most confusing thing to figure out was why the game of football came to him so late in life. Connor is a 6’7”, 250 pound, beast for Brophy College Prep but the transformation into dominating defensive end only started a season ago. […]

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Calabasas 2016 safety bringing Pac-12 coaches to the stands

Exclusive interview with Darrius “Vuko” Vukobradovich   The talent level of high school football in southern California is vast and full of Division-I caliber players. Every week future Pac-12, Mountain West, and some Big 12 and SEC difference makers take the field proving their worth against other highly touted gridiron warriors. To set one’s self apart from the group as […]

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Aberdeen’s diamond in the rough fielding Power Five offers

Exclusive interview with Joel Dublanko   Being a standout player on a team with a losing record is tough for anyone. Yet somehow do-it-all Class of 2016 budding star Joel Dublanko is making the most of the challenging opportunity. The 6’3”, 235 pound, running back/line backer stands out in a normal crowd on any street but he especially stands out […]

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Marquel Dismuke, the Southern California bell ringer

Exclusive interview with the Dominguez High School star   Is there still an occupation for bell ringers in today’s world? If so Dominguez High School’s free safety Marquel Dismuke should be getting paid for his services. There is nothing free for the opposition when this bell ringer comes up the middle to lay a hit on an unsuspecting running back. […]

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Alabama Class of 2016 commitment is electric on the field

Exclusive interview with Shyheim Carter   Quick, elusive, playmaker, athlete, scoring machine, dynamic, you pick the equivalence and it fits for Kentwood High School’s Shyheim Carter. With his game breaking 4.36 40-yard dash speed it seems more fitting to just call him “Mr. Electric.” At 6’1”, 190 pounds, Mr. Electric is truly an AC/DC current of power on both sides […]

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California dual-threat quarterback rising above the radar

Exclusive interview with Patrick O’Brien   Much of high school and college football is opportunity and preparedness. There is no question most high school and college players coincidentally take a big leap forward in their on the field growth during their junior seasons. In San Juan Hills, California the opportunity came for quarterback Patrick O’Brien and was met by an […]

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Gordo High School’s Ben Davis redefining the term athlete

Recruiting Guru exclusive interview with Class of 2016 star Ben Davis     All across the nation there are high school programs stocked full of great athletes. The type of athletic players on any given high school team ranges from talents that play multiple positions, guys that are just more physically gifted than others, or players who are just faster […]

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Central Catholic’s Brady Breeze, an athlete in every since of the word

Exclusive interview with the Oregon Ducks’ first 2016 verbal commitment   In high school football the word athlete is bantered about far too often. More times than not the word is used in place of “tweener”, a word used meant to describe a recruit whose size makes him a toss up say between cornerback or safety, running back or wide […]

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A third generation Razorback walks down his own path

An exclusive interview with Luc Bequette   Having one family member play Division-I college football at a Power Five program is a rarity in and of itself. Being a third generation legacy with an uncle and cousin, who has also played college ball, all at the same program, can present a different level of expectations that can be hard to […]

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Clemson commit QB Zerrick Cooper readies for senior campaign

Exclusive interview with Jonesboro, Georgia dual-threat star   An explosive sophomore campaign was enough to make 10 different colleges swoon over a rising stars’ skill set. A 7×7 summer football injury slowed the on the field maturation process in 2014 but college coaches have not backed off quarterback Zerrick Cooper. Cooper is chalked full of natural instincts that coaches cannot […]

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Washington product to return home to California in 2016

Exclusive interview with USC commit Isaac Garcia   For those of you unfamiliar with Washington high school football, one school has stood head and shoulders above the rest over the past 15 years, Bellevue High School. The Wolverines have dominated 3A competition winning 11 WIAA state titles since 2001 including six straight heading into the 2014 season. For those of […]

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An Ole Miss legacy carries a new torch in Oxford

Exclusive interview with WR DeKaylin Metcalf   Being the son of a former NFL player can be a blessing or a curse, the outcome is really up to the individual. For DeKaylin Metcalf, he took the lessons that could be learned from his father Terrence Metcalf but created a different path while holding true to the family’s legacy. Terrence was […]

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Summit High School two-way star too much for the opposition

Exclusive interview with TE/DE Cam McCormick   College coaches looking for a tight end that can take a dump pass 60-yards for a touchdown, a tight end with hands like a wide receiver, or a tight end with breakaway speed, meet Summit High School’s Cam McCormick. Maybe a college coach is looking for a pass rushing defensive end that shoots […]

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One of the nation’s best teams led by Class of 2016 LB Parker Workman

Exclusive interview with Bingham High School’s Workman   On a team loaded with talent for one player to standout says something about the skill set that individual possesses. That on the field statement resonates even more when the state’s best team is led by an underclassman. In the case of Bingham High School in South Jordan, Utah, Class of 2016 […]

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The Nightmare in Wesleyan’s Secondary is the Real Deal

Exclusive Interview with Jordan Mack   Life is full of unfair moments. Sometimes as a society we choose to feel bad for those victimized in those unfair moments. As the holiday season approaches football fans collectively should feel sorry for any skill position player forced to run up the middle or catch a pass cross field when Jordan Mack is […]

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Is the next great Arkansas high school running back at LR Christian

An exclusive interview with Damarea Crockett   What happens when God given raw athletic ability becomes molded with on the field football experience? You get Little Rock Christian running back Damarea Crockett. Crockett is the ideal sized running back at 5-foot, 11-inches, weighing 205 pounds. But wait, it gets better. The Class of 2016 recruit already bench presses 280 pounds, […]

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Under the radar Wampus Cat QB readies for national spotlight

Exclusive interview with Breylin Smith There is not much more a junior quarterback can do to help ensure his team’s success than what Breylin Smith did for Conway High School in 2014. The Wampus Cats finished the season 11-1, 8-0 in conference play, with their star in the making signal caller throwing for over 2,100 yards with 20 touchdowns against […]

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Pasadena’s Evan Rambo is part of the talent movement headed to Cal

Exclusive Interview with La Salle’s Evan Rambo   Times are changing at Cal-Berkeley and for the better. The football program is on an upswing thanks to head coach Sonny Dykes and staff. The changes on the field are noticeable not only in execution of plays, determination, and skill level but most notably in the win-loss column. Dykes took over a […]

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Class of 2015 Georgia Tech commitment Meiko Dotson

An exclusive interview with Meiko Dotson   All high school players want to get to the next level. Once at the college level all players want that shot at the next level, the NFL. When the 2014-15 NFL season started 20 former Georgia Tech standouts were on a roster making this ACC powerhouse program in Atlanta as good as any […]

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Hard work and determination making 2016 Midway CB up and coming prospect

Exclusive interview with Cairo Attaway Few people can honestly say they wake up around 4:30 every morning to be at the gym by 5:00 a.m. for a workout before going to work. Even fewer can add that they again go for another workout after work all before going home and doing more work. This is the daily life of Midway […]

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Class of 2016 offensive lineman pancake-ing his way to the playoffs

Exclusive interview with San Clemente’s Donte Harrington   While some small high school programs across the nation may have to rely on freshman to help fill out a roster to help provide depth, the quality of talent at San Clemente High School is not lacking making that a needed option. Most big high school programs playing at the top level […]

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