A few class of 2015 players are making their impact under the Friday night lights. Check out who else have made their statements:
ANTHONY MARISCAL, ATH, LIBERTY-BAKERSFIELD
Mariscal joined the 100 club for both rushing and receiving against Tehachapi - as he finished his evening with 132 rushing yards on 12 carries, then added 105 receiving yards on four catches as the Patriots blanked traditional Kern County powerhouse Tehachapi 34-0. Mariscal has earned heavy interest from the PAC-12, including a recent unofficial visit to USC.
JAKE BROWNING, QB, FOLSOM
As a sophomore, Browning put up ridiculous numbers (5,248 yards, 63 touchdowns, 16 interceptions). The 6-foot-2, 180-pound Browning went off again on Sept. 13 by going 23-of-32, 371 yards and seven touchdown passes in Folsom's 56-23 rout against a previously unbeaten Roseville team. Browning, considered a pro-style quarterback, currently holds four scholarship offers (Boise State, Utah, Washington, Washington State).
BRADY WHITE, QB, HART-NEWHALL
The 6-foot-3, 190-pound White first burst on the recruiting scene with his accuracy, zip, vision and arm strength at the Passing Down tournaments with his Team B2G (Beyond Two Grand). White is helping elevate his status with 10 touchdown passes and zero picks in two games. His most recent performance saw him go 39-of-56 for 508 yards and seven touchdown passes in a Sept. 6 55-54 shootout win over Chaminade, who has Miami commit Brad Kaaya at quarterback. White so far holds a San Jose State offer.
MICHAEL WRIGHT, RB, DINUBA
Wright might become the guy that keeps college recruiters coming to Dinuba, since they've already saw Emperor quarterback and Oregon State commit Marcus McMaryion. Wright has rushed for 607 yards and 11 touchdowns in three games for Dinuba. The 5-foot-10, 170-pound Wright has rushed for 207 yards in two games this season for 3-0 Dinuba. His elusiveness provides balance for the Emperors, who were a pass-happy team last year.
More on Wright: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/o/1063236/michael-wright
SHELDON CRONEY, RB, GARCES
The reigning Central Section Division-II champs have had a slow start at 1-2 this season, but Croney is an elusive and powerful back at 6-foot-1, 215-pounds. He's off to a productive start with 593 yards, an average of 8.24 yards per game and six touchdowns. His best performance was a 26 carry, 380 yard night against Golden Valley-Bakersfield, which also saw four touchdowns in the 49-14 rout. Croney is a powerful north-south back who trucks people with a 4.5 40-yard dash time and 40 inch vertical jump.
More on Croney: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/o/2034375/sheldon-croney
KYLE SWEET, WR, RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA
The six-foot, 181-pound Sweet is on the rise, after breaking school records in his performance against traditional power Bishop Gorman of Las Vegas. Sweet caught 13 passes for 294 yards and three touchdowns in that contest despite the loss. He added one more touchdown grab on an 18-yarder in RSM's 24-6 victory over Dorsey on Sept. 13.
DANTE FELICIANO, DL, TOMALES
The tiny North Bay Area of town of 204 is currently the home of a tall defensive lineman who has 10 sacks through three games.
DOMINIC VACCHER, ATH, TROY-FULLERTON
The versatile Vaccher will need bulk from his 5-foot-10, 155-pound frame, but he's an explosive and gritty talent who has four interceptions in two games for Troy. He's also an athletic wide receiver with a nice vertical jump and fierce blocking ability in the run game.
More on Vaccher: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/o/1419034/dominic-vaccher