Moving from QBs to linemen and then to RBs and LBs, you can’t see everyone at a Nike Football The Opening Regional. But when you do spot someone who makes a few plays, you put a check next to their name. Here’s a list of 15 players from last weekend in El Sobrante who were […]
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He’ll just be a junior next season, but Oakland Bishop O’Dowd’s Camilo Eifler will have a lot of college eyes on him after he soars to a 113.16 SPARQ Rating at Saturday’s Northern California Nike combine at Laney College. There were others who turned heads among an all-time best turnout of 1,480 players.
With the NorCal and SoCal regional playoffs now underway, we split off the Open Division into a separate category, which completely revamps each CIF division. These rankings include results from Wednesday night plus projected state finalists....
Mitty goes back in front of Marin Catholic at No. 3 while the highest riser is Valley Christian from No. 10 to No. 8. Almost all of this week’s playoff games will be section semifinals.
The NorCal Player of the Week is big-time recruit Joe Mixon while the SoCal choice is all-San Diego Section QB Anthony Lawrence.
Malik Hutchings, the “little” brother of the 2012 Mr. Football State Player of the Year, is a monster in the middle at Deer Valley of Antioch despite never having played football before this season. And the reason he’s playing now? His father is battling cancer.
Other winners in the annual event played at Cal’s Haas Pavilion are Bishop O’Dowd, Deer Valley, St. Patrick-St. Vincent, Palo Alto and Campolindo. We’ve got highlights from each game.
Honk, honk. Make room for Yuba City in D2 North. Deer Valley, Monte Vista of Danville and Soquel also among those moving up. Go inside to read analysis of every division by long-time editor Mark Tennis. Check Thursday for next State Stat Stars honor roll.