And we’re back people. Some huge performances this week, with some important updates sprinkled in. Thanks again to the Blue Collar Club for letting me borrow Zach Price, all of his great reports are denoted by the of the BCC.

Kaden Anderson

TE – Chandler (AZ)



The sad news is Kaden’s High School career has come to an end. The good news is that his ACL surgery was successful, meaning we can hopefully see him by fall camp next year (or spring ball if things go good)

Travis Anderson 

ATH – Mission Viejo (CA)



After last week’s cross country trip, there were a handful of Diablos (Diabli?) out this week as a precaution. Anderson happened to be one of those as Mission Viejo gets set for a huge matchup against San Clemente this week.

Kaleb Annett

QB – Corona Del Mar (CA)



Annett and the Sea Kings fell to the Edison Chargers 21-7. Annett did throw for a 4th quarter touchdown on a nice roll-out to his left side. 

Seeing the Edison Chargers always reminds me of one of my favorite Broncos, Hunter White. White was a standout at Edison where he played receiver and linebacker for the Chargers. What many people don’t talk about – Hunter shot 45% from the field as a basketball player. Whether you need a surefire tackle, a clean hold on a kick, or a late bucket – Hunter is your guy (no need to ask how many shots he took). 

Gatlin Bair

WR – Burley (ID)



Burley HS had a tough outing on the road, losing 59-7 to Bishop Kelly. I don’t have any stats but I imagine things will feel a little better once Burley gets back into their neck of the woods.

Cameron Bates

WR – Mansfield Timberview (TX)



Cameron and Mansfield Timberview took the week off, but they be back at it Friday to defend their 6-0 record. Me personally? I like winning, and clearly so does he.

Roman Caywood

ATH – Corner Canyon (UT)



Caywood and Corner Canyon continued their dominance with a 49-7 win over Copper Hills. Caywood contributed 5 tackles in the win – bringing his season total to 17 tackles as part of Corner Canyon’s stout defense.

Martin Connington

K – Mountain View (ID)



I’m sorry, but hitting 50 yarders in HS is just unhinged. Specialist unit continues to look VERY bright.

Hayden Hanks

DL – Thompson Falls (MT)



Not sure what prompted the sudden burst in info, but suddenly Twitter and MaxPreps have much more to say about the Montana OKG. He had 3 tackles in the loss against Lincoln County last week, putting him at 23 on the year, with an impressive 6 sacks and 7 TFL.

Tyrone Jackson

WR – Archbishop Riordan (CA)



Jackson caught another TD this week in a 42-17 win. Jackson’s score was one of 6(!) TD passes for Riordan – setting a school, and conference, record. Local media has noted Jackson’s improvement – which is scary, because he was pretty darn good before.

Clay Martineau

LB – Oregon City (OR)



More good stuff from Clay as the Pioneers remain undefeated. MaxPreps must be on a heater because the stats are in over here as well! (Disclaimer, I’m not positive all the games are in, but we work with what we got out here)

Clay is, apparently, good at everything. He leads the team in receiving yards, tied for the most TDs (3), and that’s just on offense. On defense, he’s third in total tackles (19), tied for first in TFL (4.5), and has 2 sacks and a fumble recovery to his name. 

Trevor McKenna

DL – Borah (ID)



Borah took the week off last week, but they play tonight in one of the bigger Borah/Boise matchups we’ve seen in a MINUTE. Should be a good one.

Treyvon Tolmaire

CB – Mission Viejo (CA)



Tolmaire and the Diablos got right back on track with a 34-0 victory over the Kamehameha Kapalama Warriors from Honolulu. In a game in which many backups played, Tolmaire was able to record a TFL for the home side.

Connor Warkentin

DL – Centennial (CA)



It was Homecoming week for the Golden Hawks of Centennial. Warkentin and Co. held Stockdale to a single touchdown in a 31-7 win. Warkentin even had time for the kids on gameday.

Eyitayo Omotinugbon

IOL – Queen Creek (AZ)



Tayo and the Bulldogs dropped to 2-4 with a 36-23 loss to the Black Hawks.  Tayo and the Bulldogs offensive line made room for 275 yards on the ground and 8.6(!) yards per carry.

Not just a Queen Creek Bulldog, but a Dawg in general –

Check out Tayo’s highlights from the first 6 weeks of the season: