Tuesday, December 2, 2014

On the Golden State recruiting trail: defenders add new offers

Khalil Hodge of St. Mary's of Stockton now has two scholarship offers, with his latest from Weber State (photo courtesy of sportswurlz.com)
The state's leading tackler Khalil Hodge of St. Mary's-Stockton added his second scholarship offer on Tuesday, Dec. 2, from Weber State of the Football Championship Subdivision.

Hodge, who has 223 tackles for the 12-1 Rams, shared his excitement on his Twitter page:

Said Hodge: "Blessed to have received my second offer from Weber State. All glory to God!"

The 6-foot, 220-pound Hodge averages 18.6 tackles per game for the Rams, who will take on undefeated Grant-Sacramento (13-0) for the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division II championship on Friday, Dec. 5, at Sacramento State University.


Kevin Scott of Salesian-Los Angeles is now in high demand for college football coaches, because he's added four more scholarship offers since his feature on Cali Gold Mine on Nov. 20.

Scott - who has seven offers total - added New Mexico, Massachusetts, Texas-El Paso and now two-time Mountain West Conference champion Fresno State. The Bulldogs, who recently won the MWC Western Division, extended their pledge to Scott on Tuesday, Dec. 1.

The 6-foot-5, 280-pound Scott has also received pledges from the University of Ohio, San Diego State and New Mexico State.


Riley Whimpey of San Clemente, who leads the 12-1 Tritons with 159 tackles, received his first offer from Boise State on Dec. 2.

Along with his tackles, the 6-foot-2, 205-pound Whimpey has five sacks and two interceptions for San Clemente. The Tritons will battle Trabuco Hills-Mission Viejo for the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division championship on Dec. 5.

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