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I.E. All-Region Team : Eye on Juniors and Sophomores

Discussion in 'University of Colorado Recruiting Archive' started by Highlander27, Dec 27, 2011.

  1. Highlander27

    Highlander27 Well-Known Member

    Jun 9, 2010
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    RB – Joseph Ajeigbe, Norco, Jr., 5-8, 198 – Up against the toughest league in the region with one of the youngest offensive lines, Ajeigbe found a way to bulldoze his way to 1,573 yards and 18 touchdowns in 11 games for the Cougars.


    *Kid probably isn't 5'8". He's a good player though. Reminds me of Stewart but carries better bulk. Nice change of pace back, I think he'll be a great 3rd down back and returner on the next level. Very good hands catching passes. Willing blocker.

    WR – Demorea Stringfellow, Rancho Verde, Jr.


    *This guy looks unbelievable. I can't believe they have him on the 2nd team all league. 6'3" 202lbs and has one of the best releases off the LOS i've seen from a kid coming out in the last year. Polished route runner... how often can you say that for a HS junior? Seriously, this guy has amazing talent. Great hands from his video, excellent athlete, used in motion a lot and always seems to get open. His body reminds me of Roy Williams formerly of UT, Detroit, Dallas and now with the Bears. Definitely one to watch going into his senior year.

    DL – Kylie Fitts, Redlands East Valley, Jr., 6-4, 250 – An unknown commodity heading into the season, Fitts emerged as one of the top linemen in the Southland, recording 8 ½ sacks and averaging 6.6 tackles a game. A big-time recruit for next season.


    Very solid looking kid. His motor is running 110% all the time from what I see. Quicker than he is strong. Has decent length and athletic ability off the edge which allows him to stay in good position even when he guesses on the field or when he commits his body to poor angles on ball carriers. Still, the frame and bend is great for his age, and as he gets stronger, he should only get harder to block. Very nice season statistically.

    Su’a Cravens, Vista Murrieta, Jr., 6-2, 205 – Cravens was a game-changer on both sides of the ball for the Broncos and a big reason for their first Southern Section title this season. He scored touchdowns when the offense needed them most, and on defense took turns making plays in both the backfield and secondary. Cravens touched the ball 95 times on offense, averaged 10.5 yards a touch and scored 19 touchdowns. On defense, he had 11 sacks and three interceptions, one for a game-clinching touchdown against Chaparral


    DB – Clayton Atlas, Carter, Jr.


    *Still growing into his frame. Hard to tell what type of player he is yet.

    DB – Tacory Spencer, Etiwanda, So.


    *Young kid and short... still, seems to be a magnet to the ball when it's in the air. Great looking speed. Could be a return guy. Impressive speed.
  2. Duff Man

    Duff Man Moderator Club Member Junta Member

    Jul 11, 2006
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    Good stuff Highlander. Cravens, Stringfellow, and Fitts are all going to have their pick of schools.

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