Recruit Tracker

Recruit Tracker


October 30, 2011
Jarrod Wilson breaks up a pass against Firestone
OL Blake Bars and Montgomery Bell Academy (5-5) won a 35-0 contest over the Pope John Paul II Knights.
LB Joe Bolden and Colerain (9-1) won a 17-7 contest over Coca.
OL Ben Braden and his team the Rockford Rams (9-1) “rose up to turn away West Ottawa in Division 1 playoff opener,” winning by a score of 17-10.
DE Pharaoh Brown and the Brush Arcs (3-6) were defeated by Garfield Heights by a score of 41-27. Brown caught 9 passes for 105 yards in the Arcs final game of the season.
S Jeremy Clark of North Hopkins (8-2) went on the road and routed Crittenden County, 49-0.
TE Devin Funchess of Farmington Hills Harrison (10-0) won a 35-0 contest against Birmingham Seaholm in the first round of the 2011 Division 2 State Tournament. Funchess caught 2 passes for 19 yards and a touchdown.
S Allen Gant and the Southview Cougars (9-1) defeated Northview by a score of 35-6.
DL Matt Godin and Detroit Catholic Central (9-1) hosted Northville on Saturday and blew them out, 56-6, in a first round division playoff game. Matt texted that he recorded 10 tackles and 4 QB hurries.
FB Sione Houma’s Highland Rams (7-3) defeated Maple Mountain by a score of 42-20 to advance to the second round of the 4A state playoffs. Houma, who has been injured for a large portion of the season, appears to have regained his health. On Friday, he rushed for 205 yards on only 13 carries and scored 4 touchdowns.
LB Royce Jenkins-Stone and Detroit Cass Tech (7-3) got back to playing dominating football on Friday, pounding Livonia Churchill, 35-6. Next, they take on Dearborn Fordson in a Division 1 district final. Jenkins-Stone recorded 4 tackles and a sack to go with a 4-yard touchdown run.
OL Kyle Kalis and the Lakewood-St. Edwards Eagles (7-3) were plagued by turnovers and lost the “Holy War” against St. Ignatius by a score of 20-17. 11,000 people were reported to have attended the game.
OL Erik Magnuson and his team the La Costa Canyon Mavericks (6-2) won a 21-16 contest against Oceanside.
2013 QB Shane Morris and Warren De La Salle (8-2) defeated Roseville by a score of 48-14. Surprisingly, I couldn’t find Morris’ official stats, but “BrendanDavis22” went to the game and posted on the MGoBoard that Shane went 13-16 with 2 touchdowns and 0 picks but also dinged up his throwing hand a bit.
DL Mario Ojemudia and Farmington Hills Harrison (9-0) defeated Birmingham Seaholm by a score of 35-0. If you feel like shelling out a couple bucks, Mr. Tom VH has an article on Harrison and their pursuit of another state title.
DT Ondre Pipkins and his Park Hill Trojans (5-5) lost a 24-6 contest against Central.
CB Terry Richardson and Detroit Cass Tech (7-3) defeated Livonia Churchill, 35-6.
LB Kaleb Ringer and the Northmont Thunderbolts (4-6) won a 33-20 contest against Springfield.
LB James Ross and Orchard Lake St. Mary’s pummeled Detroit Pershing by a score of 56-6 to advance to the second round of the division 3 playoffs.
OL Caleb Stacey and Oak Hills (4-5) were defeated by Serrano, 21-14.
CB Anthony Standifer and his Crete-Monee (10-0) team defeated Bloomington, 63-14, to remain undefeated on the season. Standifer sat out the game with a dislocated shoulder, but teammate Laquon Treadwell, a 2013 wide receiver prospect, caught 3 touchdown passes, finishing with 6 catches for 119 yards. Treadwell even made an impact from the defensive end position, recording 1.5 sacks. “Playing defensive end helps with my hands and has made me a more aggressive player…I’m more physical now when I’m blocking,” Treadwell said.
DE Tom Strobel and his Mentor team (9-1) lost their first game of the season by a score of 38-35 against Twinsburg.
2013 S Dymonte Thomas and Marlington (7-2) won a 27-23 contest against Alliance.
TE AJ Williams and Sycamore (8-2) lost a 41-13 contest against Mason.
S Jarrod Wilson and his Akron squad Buchtel (6-4) won a 34-0 contest against Firestone. Wilson had his “best game of the season,” blocking a punt, making an interception and catching a TD pass. When asked about Wilson, Coach Ricky Powers said, “he’s going to Michigan. Need I say anything else?”
DL Christopher Wormley and the Toledo Whitmer Panthers (8-0) defeated Catholic Central by a score of 38-21. Ace was at the game and tweeted that Wormley was “active and aggressive…too much so at times…had a strong second half.” Josh Helmholdt from rivals was at the game, too, and tweeted that Wormley was “aggressive,” but he “needs to do a better job of diagnosing plays”
Stats will be updated as they’re found. Please let us know if you have any additional information for the compilation. Thanks!

One comment

  1. Comments: 21628
    Oct 31, 2011 at 1:50 PM

    That's good to hear about Wormley. Wasn't the big knock on him at the beginning of the year that he took plays off and didn't give 100%? I'd rather have the too aggressive issue than not aggressive enough.

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