Centennial H.S. (Corona, CA)
Wt: 232 lbs
40: 4.65 secs
Rivals rating: 3*-5.5rr; unranked WDE
Scout rating: 3*; #87 DE
247s rating: 3*-84 rating; #42 SDE
Reported Offers: COLORADO, Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, Fresno State, Idaho, Miami (FL), Northwestern, Notre Dame, Oregon, Oregon State, San Diego State, TCU, USC, Utah, UTEP, Vanderbilt, Washington State
Last edited by cmgoods; 08-15-2013 at 02:32 PM.
"Here's to the few who forgive what you do, and the fewer who don't even care." - Leonard Cohen
He's probably LSU's if they offer. At one point, BSU was his leader back in late March but he doesn't seem to have a clear leader now.
My best guess for right now is that he ends up at the biggest "name" school to offer. (Based on: LSU is his dream school, wants to hear from Ohio State...)
LSU RARELY takes Cali kids. They've taken a couple over the last two years. LSU doesn't typically tend to NEED to take Cali kids. Louisiana produces a metric ton of talent and they pretty much get their pick of local kids.
I think you're basically right that LSU is unlikely to offer. I also do think he's hunting for big name offers though and applies a lot of weight to them.
Agree...poorly stated by me. But LSU probably has less than 10 kids on the scholarship roster outside of the SEC footprint. Any way, why would they...better talent right there than anywhere in the country...
Bummer.Northwestern joins Oregon, Notre Dame, Boise State and Vanderbilt in this 6-foot-3, 233-pounder's Top 5, though "it's really a tossup between Miami [Fla.] and Vanderbilt" for the fifth spot, Johnson said.
Picked up an offer from USC. Suddenly they're in his top group!
That's a lot of offers for someone ranked that low.
Jaylen has committed to Boise State after visiting Oregon over the weekend.
Couldn't have been more wrong about this one when I said he was looking for a big name school. Probably our biggest recruiting win in terms of the schools we beat out in program history. Now we'll see if we can hang onto him until signing day.
committed to Washington