Recruit Tracker (updated)

Recruit Tracker (updated)

September 27, 2011
Cass Tech linebacker/fullback Royce Jenkins-Stone had a big night on Friday

OL Blake Bars and Montgomery Bell Academy (2-4) beat Pearl-Cohn by a score of 32-13.

LB Joe Bolden and Colerain (4-1) beat Middleton by a score of 21-13. Bolden helped cause a fumble that was returned for a touchdown, which you can see below. (Bolden is #7 in white.)  He also had 8 tackles.

OL Ben Braden and his team the Rockford Rams (4-1) beat Muskegon by a score of 29-26. Braden was excellent in pass protection, according to Allen Trieu, who attended the game.
DE Pharaoh Brown and the Brush Arcs (1-4) lost to Twinsburg – the alma mater of Zoltan Mesko – by a score of 48-27 last night. Brown had 2 receptions for 112 yards, including an 85-yard touchdown reception.  On defense he had 11 tackles and 1 sack.
S Jeremy Clark of North Hopkins (5-1) beat Owensboro by a score of 49-6.
TE Devin Funchess of Farmington Hills Harrison (5-0) beat Southfield Lathrup by a score of 43-0.
S Allen Gant and the Southview Cougars (4-1) won by a score of 45-27. Gant had 6 tackles, 1 pass breakup, and 1 reception for a 19-yard touchdown.
DL Matt Godin and Detroit Catholic Central unleashed their defensive furry in the second half to grab a 14-10 victory over 2013 QB commit Shane Morris and Warren De La Salle. Matt told me that he recorded 7 tackles and had 4 QB hurries.
FB Sione Houma’s Highland Rams (4-2) lost by a score of 27-3 to Bountiful.
LB Royce Jenkins-Stone and Detroit Cass Tech (4-1) beat Cincinnati commit Dennis Norfleet and Detroit King on Friday night by a score of 20-18. Jenkins-Stone had 75 yards rushing, including 2 touchdowns on runs of 39 and 4 yards. He also helped hold Norfleet to 24 yards rushing on 17 carries, although Norfleet had a 40-yard interception return for a touchdown.  Jenkins-Stone finished with 8 tackles and 2 tackles for loss.

OL Kyle Kalis and the Lakewood-St. Edward’s Eagles play today.
OL Erik Magnuson and his team the La Costa Canyon Mavericks (2-2) beat Redlands by a score of 21-13.
2013 QB Shane Morris and Warren De La Salle were defeated by Matt Godin and Detroit Catholic Central by a score of 14-10 on Saturday night after holding a 10-0 lead halfway through the second. Morris was effective but unspectacular, going 14-25 for 120 yards and one pick.
DL Mario Ojemudia and Farmington Hills Harrison (5-0) beat Southfield Lathrup by a score of 43-0.  He had 6 tackles and 2 sacks on the day.
DT Ondre Pipkins and his Park Hill Trojans (3-2) lost to Jefferson City by a score of 42-0 on Friday.  He had 5 tackles in the game.
CB Terry Richardson helped Detroit Cass Tech (4-1) to beat Detroit King by a score of 20-18.
LB Kaleb Ringer and his Northmont High School squad (2-3) won by a score of 40-33. Ringer had 10 total tackles and 1 tackle for loss.
LB James Ross and Orchard Lake St. Mary’s (4-1) beat Columbus DeSales – alma mater of Patrick Omameh and Chris Rock – by a score of 42-21.
CB Anthony Standifer and his Crete-Monee team (5-0) beat Kankakee by a score of 35-7. Standifer had 3 tackles and 1 forced fumble.  LaQuon Treadwell, Standifer’s teammate and a 2013 wide receiver prospect, had two touchdown receptions of 58 and 53 yards.
DE Tom Strobel and his Mentor team (5-0) beat Parma in a nailbiter, 49-0 victory. Strobel helped limit Parma to 65 total yards on the night.  He finished with 5 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 forced fumble, and 2 quarterback hurries.
2013 S Dymonte Thomas and Marlington (4-1) beat Salem by a score of 42-7. Thomas had a relatively quiet night offensively with 9 carries for 46 yards.  But on defense he had 16 tackles on the evening.
S Jarrod Wilson and his Akron squad Buchtel (3-2) beat Akron East by a score of 32-6 on Thursday night.  He had 4 tackles on the night.
DL Christopher Wormley and the Toledo Whitmer Panthers (5-0) beat St. John’s by a score of 35-7 on Friday night. Chantel Jennings was at the game and tweeted that Wormley had 5 tackles, including 2 sacks, on the night, giving him 27 tackles, 7 for a loss and 4 sacks on the season. She also notes that Wormley is listed as 6’7”, 270.
Stats will be updated as they’re found. Please let us know if you have any additional information for the compilation. Thanks!


  1. Comments: 21383
    Sep 27, 2011 at 9:45 PM

    At this moment based on the recruits we have, who are you most excited about? Who do you think has the chance to start and/or contribute right away?

  2. Comments: 21383
    Sep 28, 2011 at 12:15 AM

    @ Anonymous 5:45 p.m.

    I'm most excited about James Ross. I think he has the highest ceiling and has a good chance to be a weakside linebacker in the NFL, as long as he turns out to have decent size. I've seen some reports suggesting he's 5'11" and others saying he's 6'1". Hopefully it's the latter, for his sake.

    Sione Houma might be the most likely to start next year. Michigan needs a starter at fullback because McColgan is graduating, and the only other potential answers there are Joey Kerridge (a walk-on) and Stephen Hopkins (unlikely).

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