Recruit Tracker

Recruit Tracker

October 23, 2011
Jeremy Clark (#2) and North Hopkins lost a close game to Loan Oak.

OL Blake Bars and Montgomery Bell Academy (4-5) won a conference game against the McCallie Tornados by a score of 24-21.

LB Joe Bolden and Colerain (8-1) went on the road to play Hamilton and won the game in a 28-0 shutout. Hamilton completed two passes in the game, both of which were caught by Colerain defenders.
OL Ben Braden and his team the Rockford Rams (8-1) defeated the Jenison Wildecats by a score of 35-0.
DE Pharaoh Brown and the Brush Arcs (3-5) hosted Parma and came away with a comfortable 49-0 victory. Brown, who projects to the defensive end position at the next level, continued his production at wide receiver on Friday, catching 3 passes for 150 yards and 2 touchdowns.
S Jeremy Clark of North Hopkins (7-2) registered only the second loss of the season on Friday, losing to Lone Oak by a score of 13-10.
TE Devin Funchess of Farmington Hills Harrison (9-0) continued their “two-year regular-season win streak with a win over Farmington.”
S Allen Gant and the Southview Cougars (8-1) won a 50-29 contest against Springfield. Gant had a 23-yard touchdown reception in the game.
DL Matt Godin and Detroit Catholic Central took on James Ross’ Orchard Lakes St. Mary’s at Ford Field on Saturday in the Catholic League Championship Game. Godin and his defense stifled the OLSM offense, which helped them to a 21-7 victory. Matt continued his very productive season with 10 tackles and 3 quarterback hurries on the night.
FB Sione Houma’s Highland Rams (6-3) had a bye this week. Next week, they play Maple Mountain.
LB Royce Jenkins-Stone and Detroit Cass Tech (6-3) defeated Detroit Renaissance by a score of 6-0. I’m all for great defense, but that sounds like a boring game.
OL Kyle Kalis and the Lakewood-St. Edwards Eagles (7-2) ended their 2 game skid by defeating Archbishop Moeller in a 42-27 win.
OL Erik Magnuson and his team the La Costa Canyon Mavericks (5-2) went “to the air” to beat Rancho Buena Vista, 45 – 8.
2013 QB Shane Morris and Warren De La Salle (7-2) defeated Plymouth by a score of 28-25, handing Plymouth their first loss of the season. Morris went 28-for-47 for 364 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winning 17 yard touchdown throw with only 17 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. Further, Morris continued to show that he can run a bit as he gained 50 rushing yards on 10 attempts, doing so at “critical times.”
DL Mario Ojemudia and Farmington Hills Harrison (9-0) defeated Farmington, 56-13.
DT Ondre Pipkins and his Park Hill Trojans (5-4) won a 48-20 contest over Oak Park.
CB Terry Richardson and Detroit Cass Tech (6-3) only put 6 points on the scoreboard, but that ended up being 6 points more than Detroit Renaissance was able to muster. So if you’d like me to spell it out, Cass Tech won by a score of 6-0.
LB Kaleb Ringer and his Northmont High School squad (3-6) traveled to Huber Heights, OH, to play Wayne and were defeated by a score of 51-30. Ringer did not see the field due to injury.
LB James Ross and Orchard Lake St. Mary’s were defeated by Matt Godin and Detroit Catholic Central in the Catholic Championship Game at Ford Field by a score of 21-7. Despite the loss, Ross and his crew can take consolation in their Catholic Divison title, which they earned just last week by defeating Godin and his team at DCC by a score of 14-13.
OL Caleb Stacey and Oak Hills (4-5) won a 16-14 contest over Fairfield.
CB Anthony Standifer and his Crete-Monee (9-0) team continued their perfect season with a 20-13 victory over Rich East.
DE Tom Strobel and his Mentor team (8-0) routed Strongsville, winning by a score of 38-7.
2013 S Dymonte Thomas and Marlington (6-2) defeated the West Branch Warriors by a single point, winning by a score of 29-28. Thomas gained 187 rushing yards on only 18 attempts.
TE AJ Williams and Sycamore (8-1) won a 30-0 contest over Lakota West.
S Jarrod Wilson and his Akron squad Buchtel (5-4) were defeated by St Vincent-St. Mary, 17-14. Wilson had at least 4 tackles in the contest.
DL Christopher Wormley and the Toledo Whitmer Panthers (8-0) defeated Lima Senior by a score of 69-14.
*Hopefully of note, WR recruit Jordan Payton made an impact from the safety position on Friday to help his team Oaks Christian (5-2) defeat Thousand Oaks, 24-17. Payton spent most of his time on the sidelines due to a sprained ankle, but he reentered the game in the fourth quarter and broke up the final two passes of Thousand Oaks’ comeback drive. Payton is scheduled to declare his school of choice on Tuesday.
Stats will be updated as they’re found. Please let us know if you have any additional information for the compilation. Thanks!


  1. Comments: 21385
    Oct 24, 2011 at 3:49 PM

    Unfortunately… Payton probably isn't going blue.

  2. Comments: 21385
    Oct 26, 2011 at 4:11 PM

    Why would Jordan go to ND? They already have several solid WR recruits in the fold while Michigan has zero in this class. At Michigan he could start early and have less competition, at this point. Not to mention that Brian Kelly likes to spit on his players.

  3. Comments: 21385
    Oct 26, 2011 at 5:16 PM

    My sense is that Jordan Payton will end up in the Michigan uniform. He seems like a bright kid and I am certain when the excitement of the ND visit wears off, and he evaluates both programs, he'll realize that, overall, Michigan is the better choice. Both ND and Michigan are great universities with lovely campuses, but at Michigan he'll have a better chance of starting than at ND. ND has its share of big receivers already whereas Michigan has a lot of smaller slot-types. Other than Stonum, there are not too many guys on the Michigan roster that fit the role of the big/possession-type of receiver that Payton will likely end up playing in college.

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