The SoCal version of the California Pro Football Hall of Fame Showcase and Combine series commenced today at Dominguez HS and brought out some great talent from the area.
My camp MVP from the day was Quarterback Kyle Williams of Hawthorne HS. The dual threat junior QB stood out from the pack starting with his first throw in warm-ups. All day Williams was able to deliver throws on time and with ease. The lefty currently holds offers from California and San Diego State.
Line play shined today led by the OL/DL group from US #3 St. John Bosco (CA). The sheer depth of their line group proves why they are one of the nations best teams. 2021 Maximus Gibbs (6-6, 385) of Bosco displayed great feet, work ethic and athleticism for a young lineman of his size. At the time of this writing Gibbs has picked up offers from Florida State, Arizona State and UMass. Class of 2020 lineman from Bosco 6-4, 290 Logan Bednar and 6-1, 260 Che Womack were the leaders of the group and also had a great day blocking.
Elite Mater Dei Linebacker duo 6-1, 225 Raymond Leutele and 6-1, 200 Kobah Fuamatu made plays all day on the defensive side of the ball. Fuamatu already holds offers from 7 Division 1 schools and Leutele looks to join him soon.
The wide receiver group was topped by 6-1, 195 Aaron Smith (Centennial – Corona, CA) and 6-2, 185 Josh Hornsby (Summit- Fontana, CA). Both receivers are physically imposing players who catch the ball well and were always able to get separation. Look for both players to heat up on the recruiting radar this off-season.
The class of 2021 was in full effect as well with players like LB Nate Moore (Notre Dame), ATH Bryce Phillips (La Habra), DB Jerrell Weber (Cajon), OL Kekoa Pele-Allen (Oaks Christian), QB Deacon Hill (Santa Barbara), WR Myles Holloway (St. John Bosco), OL Dominic Perez (Rancho Cucamonga), DL Dezmon Nash (Centennial), DB Noah Avinger (Servite) and LB Isaiah Howard (San Pedro) standing out on the day.