This week I highlighted four players I've been very impressed by, and after that I kind of just spilled my thoughts and notes onto the paper. Some of those spilled thoughts happened to be about an already polarizing quarterback prospect, who's drawing mixed reviews from evaluators for a number of reasons.
After two weeks of no change in the NUC Sports National High School Top 25 a couple of ranked schools succumbed to the loss column. Falling out of the Top 25 is St. John Bosco (Calif.) and Clinton (Miss.).
NUC Five Star Elite Showcase Football Camp Announces It is Accepting Nominations
The #1 football program in the USA is back running football camps to get athletes recruited for its 12th year.
Last year the state produced nine FBS signees. The Constitution State already has 14 players committed to DI colleges and that number should increase.
Last year the state only produced two FBS signees. As of September, 8 only three players are verbally committed to DI colleges. The nine year average is 6.3 FBS signees per recruiting cycle.
Last year the state produced ten FBS signees. Already in the class of 2017 there are 11 athletes that have verbally committed to DI colleges. The nine year average per recruiting cycle is 11.
Last year the state produced ten FBS signees. Already in the class of 2017 there are 11 athletes that have verbally committed to DI colleges. The nine-year average per recruiting cycle is 11.
It was another rough week for teams in the NUC Sports National High School Top 25. Four teams fell to the loss column with three teams falling out of the Top 25. St. John Bosco (Calif.) lost a tough one to #1 Bishop Gorman (Nev.) 35-20; The Braves drop to #10.
Now all athletes can get the experience of the NUC football camps for an all time low rate.
Three ranked teams gave way to the loss column this past week; two of which fall completely out of the Top 25. Corona Centennial (Calif.) fell 50-49 in the waning moments of the game to IMG Academy (Fla.). With the loss the Huskies drop to #18.