2015 WR Jeremy Kelly is the younger brother of UW signee Jermaine Kelly Jr. and he's someone I feel will have schools lining up very shortly. Kelly is a hard-worker and has gotten much more polished since the 2012 season.
The Southern California 7 on 7 circuit has always given way for talent to show off their skills in a competitive setting. This has truly been the case for Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei athlete Matt Rockett. The wide receiver / defensive back has been playing solidly for his high school 7v7 team as well as Team AIGA and we were able to catch up with him to talk a bit about his recruitment, what the 7v7 experience has done for him and more.
The list has been officially narrowed. Serra's Adoree' Jackson recently dropped his list of top 10 schools on Twitter and CLA caught up with the 2014 All-American in this exclusive interview. Adoree' talks about each school and how they made his list.
Throughout the season many people have speculated that Jackson is leaning one way or another, but you can get the real deal right here.
At 6'4 215, Josh Rosen has a formidable presence on and off the football field. Rosen doesn't carry himself like the typical high school sophomore and he's well aware of this fact. According to the 2015 QB recruit, maturity comes with the territory.
"You have to become mature beyond your years very quickly, especially at the quarterback position," Rosen told CLA Sports.
There were several D1 college coaches in attendance at a 7v7 passing tournament at Gardena Serra High last week. Narbonne and Culver City joined host Serra, who was without standouts Adoree' Jackson and Dwight Williams.
The Serra offense was directed by returning starter and Boise State commit Jalen Greene. With receivers like Jordan Lasley and Greg Webb in the mix, Greene will have plenty of weapons at his disposal. The Cavaliers offense is certainly in good hands under Greene's stewardship.
Day One at Steve Clarkson's Quarterback Retreat in San Diego featured some of the most talented quarterbacks in the country. D1 bound quarterbacks in attendance included Michigan commit Wilton Speight.
When you're an athlete coming from Long Beach (Calif.) Poly, you have got a bit of a reputation to uphold and that hasn't been a problem for 6-foot-1, 200 lbs. WR/S John "JuJu" Smith. Smith has received upwards of 20 offers already and has been compared to one of, if not the top wide receiver in college football today in Marqise Lee. For now, however, Smith is focused on his upcoming season and the recruiting process throughout his senior year.
Day Two at Steve Clarkson Quarterback Retreat at Coronado High in San Diego provided the talented quarterbacks the opportunity to build on the experience and knowledge gleaned from Day One.
Once again, the weather conditions were optimal for Steve Clarkson and his quality team of instructors to teach the young signal callers the skills and techniques necessary to be a successful quarterback.