Back at it again. Thanks again to Zach Price and the Blue Collar Club! He’s got all the articles with the of the BCC. Let’s get right to it.

Kaden Anderson

TE – Chandler (AZ)



We’ll have to wait awhile before we see Kaden back in action, so hang tight, people.

Travis Anderson 

ATH – Mission Viejo (CA)



Anderson joined his teammate on an Official Visit to Boise over the weekend. I’m sure it is cliche, but man am I a sucker for these dudes calling Boise home before playing a snap. 

Kaleb Annett

QB – Corona Del Mar (CA)



Like most of my Friday’s at work, Annett was able to put in minimal effort to get the job done in the Sea Kings’ 41-7 victory over the Barons of Fountain Valley. 

Annett was 5-11 for 38 yards and a couple of touchdowns. Corona Del Mar heads to Los Alamitos on Friday night. 

Gatlin Bair

WR – Burley (ID)



Tough night for Gatlin in the close loss to Twin Falls, 27-20. Burley tried the strategy that makes the most sense: Get the ball to Gatlin however possible. He finished with 3 catches for 41 yards, 5 carries for 33 yards and threw one pass for 26 yards. Surprised he didn’t kick a field goal honestly.

Cameron Bates

WR – Mansfield Timberview (TX)



Bye week for Mr. Bates but I’ll give you bonus points if you can spot him in this youth jersey day pic:

Roman Caywood

ATH – Corner Canyon (UT)



Corner Canyon picked up their 7th straight win in a 38-3 drubbing of the Bingham Miners. Caywood made his presence felt with 4 total tackles – including 2 for a loss of yards. 

Corner Canyon is now ranked 18th in the nation, and the top team in Utah, according to MaxPreps.

Martin Connington

K – Mountain View (ID)



Martin’s Mavericks lost 14-28 to the Eagle Eagles (or something like that) lead partially by OC Bryan Harsin. My reports say Martin’s two extra points were extraordinary.

Hayden Hanks

DL – Thompson Falls (MT)



Hayden and Thompson Falls lost to Loyola Sacred Heart 33-14 last weekend. However, the good news is that thanks to the wonderful Montana Class B Football Twitter page we know that Hayden sits top 5 in sacks, now how about that?

Tyrone Jackson

WR – Archbishop Riordan (CA)



Jackson found himself with another touchdown this week in Archbishop Riordan’s 55-41 victory over Bellarmine College Prep. Jackson caught three passes for 33 yards.

Riordan heads into the battle of the (arch)bishops with a home game against Archbishop Mitty on the horizon.

Clay Martineau

LB – Oregon City (OR)



The Pioneers had their unbeaten streak snapped last week in a 12-20 loss, but as usual Mr. Everything was still on the stat sheet, logging a pick in the losing effort.

Trevor McKenna

DL – Borah (ID)



Borah lost a thriller to Boise in OT, 29-28. No shame in going for two to win the game, but they came up just short. In the process, Trevor McKenna passed Austin Bolt and now has a whopping 148 tackles in his 3-year career, an astonishing number for a defensive lineman. He now boasts 143 more tackles than my illustrious career as a Borah Lion.

Eyitayo Omotinugbon

IOL – Queen Creek (AZ)



Tayo and the Bulldogs dropped to 2-5 with a non-conference loss to the Brighton Bengals. The Thursday night game allowed for Tayo to take his OV to Boise over the weekend. 

Despite the losses, Queen Creek does not seem to have any issues running the football. The Bulldogs averages 6.1yds/carry behind Tayo and co. 

Treyvon Tolmaire

CB – Mission Viejo (CA)



Tolmaire and the Diablos were off this week. Which gave him a chance to check out one heck of a game in Boise! The Diablos face a big test against San Clemente this week. 

Connor Warkentin

DL – Centennial (CA)



The Golden Hawks of Centennial beat the Highland Scotsman (great eggs) 24-7 in a non-conference matchup. 

If you haven’t had a chance to check it out, give Jordan Kaye’s article on Warkentin’s recruitment –

“One of the biggest mistakes, my brother always said, was he committed on his first visit to Fresno…” – Connor on his brother, Colby. 

I have made plenty of mistakes in my life. Luckily none of them have been as bad as living in Fresno.