Recruit Tracker (updated)

Recruit Tracker (updated)


October 13, 2011
Anthony Standifer (#3) had a huge game on Friday night.

OL Blake Bars and Montgomery Bell Academy (3-5) were handily defeated by Ensworth, losing by a score of 52-10.

LB Joe Bolden and Colerain (6-1) edged past Lakota East on Friday by a score of 24-19.
OL Ben Braden and his team the Rockford Rams (6-1) rocked Grandville by a score of 45-0 to secure the program’s 17th consecutive playoff birth.
DE Pharaoh Brown and the Brush Arcs (2-5) defeated Normandy to record their second victory of the season, winning impressively by a score of 34-0. Brown had a 13-yard touchdown reception among his 7 receptions for 173 yards.  He also had 4 tackles and 1 sack.
S Jeremy Clark of North Hopkins (6-1) shutout Hopkins County Central on their way to a 61-0 victory.  Clark had 3 tackles and 2 pass breakups before leaving the game due to the blowout score.
TE Devin Funchess of Farmington Hills Harrison (7-0) pounded their Oakland County neighbor, Rochester Adams, winning by a score of 48-21. Funchess was Harrison’s leading receiver, catching 2 passes for 46 yards. He also made an impact on the other side of the by recording two sacks, forcing a fumble that was recovered by Harrison, and batting down a couple of passes.
S Allen Gant and the Southview Cougars (6-1) defeated Bowling Green by a score of 35-17 to claim a homecoming victory.  He had 6 tackles and 3 receptions for 50 yards.
DL Matt Godin and Detroit Catholic Central (6-0) took on Al Fracassa, Michigan’s most-winning high school coach, and Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice Saturday at 7:00 p.m. Brother Rice came away with the 21-19 victory in what appears to have been a damn good football game. Godin came in for an important sack on third and long during a late comeback drive by Brother Rice. “They doubled me and I made a quick move to the inside and slammed the center and I just flew through, ” said Godin. Matt texted me that he finished the evening with 6 tackles and 2 sacks.
FB Sione Houma’s Highland Rams (7-0) defeated Cyprus by a score of 55-10. Sione rushed for 69 yards and 1 touchdown.
LB Royce Jenkins-Stone and Detroit Cass Tech (5-2) rebounded from last week’s shutout, defeating Detroit Mumford by a score of 49-13.
OL Kyle Kalis and the Lakewood-St. Edward’s Eagles took on the defending New Jersey state champions the Don Bosco Prep Ironmen Sunday at 7:00 p.m. Kalis was among several top-flight recruits who took part in the contest, including fellow 5 star player DE Darius Hamilton, along with the likes of safety Elijah Shumate, wide receiver Leonte Carroo, and cornerback Yuri Wright. Unfortunately for Kalis and his team, Don Bosco Prep took Lakewood-St. Edwards out to the woodshed in a surprising 38-7 drubbing. Anyone who viewed the contest is encouraged to comment.
OL Erik Magnuson and his team the La Costa Canyon Mavericks (3-2) had a bye this week. They play at Carlsbad this coming Friday night.
2013 QB Shane Morris and Warren De La Salle (5-2) were defeated for the second time this season in a 35-10 loss to James Ross and Orchard Lakes St. Mary’s. Morris completed only five of his 13 attempts, which netted him just 61 yards through the air, although he did add another 30 yards on the ground, including a 21 yard TD scamper just before halftime.
DL Mario Ojemudia and Farmington Hills Harrison (7-0) rolled to a 48-21 victory over Rochester Adams. Ojemudia is seeing time at right tackle for FHH.  He had 6 tackles, 1 sack, and 1 blocked punt.
DT Ondre Pipkins and his Park Hill Trojans (4-3) took on Lee’s Summit West on Friday but unfortunately were on the losing end of an embarrassing 49-0 pounding.  Pipkins missed the game due to an ankle injury.
CB Terry Richardson and Detroit Cass Tech (5-2) won by a score of 49-13 against Detroit Mumford.  Richardson caught 2 passes for 56 yards, returned a kickoff for a touchdown, and made 3 tackles.
LB Kaleb Ringer and his Northmont High School squad (2-5) lost to Centerville by a score of 34-7. Ringer had 12 tackles in the loss.
LB James Ross and Orchard Lake St. Mary’s (6-1) dominated the ground game and defeated Shane Morris and Warren De La Salle by a score of 35-10. Ross had at least 5 tackles (actually 13), including two for a loss.
CB Anthony Standifer and his Crete-Monee team (7-0) won by a score of 34-20 against Rich Central. Standifer had 13 tackles and 1 interception, which he returned 75 yards for a touchdown. Junior teammate LaQuon Treadwell, a receiver, had 7 receptions for 67 yards and 1 touchdown.
DE Tom Strobel and his Mentor team won (7-0) by a score of 44-20 against Solon to continue their perfect season while handing Solon their first loss of the season. Strobel contributed to his team’s victory by recording 3 sacks, a fumble recovery and a blocked PAT.
2013 S Dymonte Thomas and Marlington (5-2) were defeated by Minerva by a score of 21-13. Thomas scored once on a 9-yard touchdown run but had only 50 yards on 15 carries overall.
S Jarrod Wilson and his Akron squad Buchtel (3-3) improved to .500 on the season in a 20-13 victory over Ellet.
DL Christopher Wormley and the Toledo Whitmer Panthers (7-0) “powered on” to a 49-23 victory over Findlay.  Wormley had 8 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and 1 sack.
Stats will be updated as they’re found. Please let us know if you have any additional information for the compilation. Thanks!

6 comments

  1. Comments: 21395
    Greg
    Oct 10, 2011 at 6:51 PM

    Highland Rams vs Pocatello wasn't the game featuring Houma. that was Highland which is also in Pocatello.

  2. Comments: 21395
    Oct 13, 2011 at 5:28 PM

    I love the stat line for Wormley.

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    Anonymous
    Oct 14, 2011 at 4:38 PM

    Should I be worried about how Shane Morris is playing this season? I haven't seen him play, but his statistics haven't seemed very impressive.

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    Anonymous
    Oct 14, 2011 at 10:14 PM

    Minor quibble, but Catholic Central actually beat Rice 21-19.

  5. Comments: 21395
    Oct 14, 2011 at 11:27 PM

    Nah. It's true that he's had sub-par numbers against Orchard Lakes St. Mary's and Brother Rice, but he's fared much better in several other games and hasn't thrown too many picks this year. He's only a junior and has all the talent in the world.

  6. Comments: 21395
    Oct 15, 2011 at 8:05 AM

    @ Anonymous 12:38 p.m.

    Morris isn't going to light the world on fire with the talent they have at De La Salle.

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