Saturday, August 25, 2012

Prospect stat tracker from week zero: Southern California

Here's how some prospects fared last night down in the So Cal region:


Stats from last night: One reception, 20 yards, good for a touchdown. One interception return for 34 yards. Four total tackles versus Indio High.

Overview: Seems like Terry doesn't touch the football often. However, when he does, watch out, he's a threat to score at any time. One of the more under-appreciated but dangerous players in the Inland Empire region, perhaps also the state. A three-way threat as a receiver, cornerback and return ace.


Stats from last night: Ten receptions, 117 yards, three receiving touchdowns. One forced fumble, recovered it for a 34 yard score. Totaled 153 yards off of kick and punt returns. Threw one pass for a 40 yard touchdown. Totaled over 300 yards and five touchdowns.

Overview: He's armed with just New Mexico State and UNLV offers. He did pick up interest from UCLA, winning Most Valuable Player awards for his individual performance at UCLA's summer camp. The interest meter, though, may have now increased after a ridiculously explosive performance under the lights on Friday. He's a do-everything type for Franklin and more performances like this one could make him one of the best receivers in a rich recruiting region.


Stats from last night: Caught nine passes, 163 yards and had three touchdowns in 60-47 loss to Santa Paula.

Overview: The 5-foot-11, 170 pound Surrell, who comes from the same school that produced former USC receiver Keary Colbert, had his career-best performance despite the loss. Maybe he's somebody that can sneak up on people this coming year in the Southern Section and 805.

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