We take a look at some of the top Seniors (2021) from the 11/1/2020 NorCal Best Coast Showcase #2.

6-4, 225 TE/LB Grant Garretson (Pleasant Valley) 12

One of the top players in the Northern Section. Well rounded player on both the defensive and offensive side of the ball. Elite size at 6'4 210. If Grant puts another 20 pounds of muscle on his frame he will become even more of a problem at the defensive end spot on defense or as a multi-faceted Combo Tight end on offense. His frame allows him to seal the edge well while blocking and has deceptive speed when involved in the passing game. Good instincts on the defensive side and a never give up attitude.

6-3, 275 DE/OL Kelvin Jackson II (Center) 12

At 6'3 275 Kelvin doesn't take no for an answer. He's above average in most measurable categories and has the x-factor of a great head on his shoulders. Kelvin is disruptive and can be at times dominant on the defensive front and excels at setting the edge and stopping the run. High ceiling.

6-1, 205 ATH Fynn Williams (Serra) 12

Fynn is a versatile all around football player who looks like a potential Division-I safety prospect. He has patrolled the middle for his high school and made plays wherever needed but looks to have the speed and awareness to play OLB if needed as well. Whether it was keeping up with slot receivers and tight ends in the passing game, or shedding gaps and filling the hole in the run game Fynn excelled on one of the top teams in the nation as a junior.

6-3, 235 RB/TE Guy Bessey (Palma) 12

Elite athlete and will be one of the top offensive weapons in the CCS. At 6'3 235 Guy is a physical specimen and looks like he's got what it takes at the OLB. position. He can get after the quarterback but has primarily excelled at creating a new line of scrimmage 2 yards in the backfield and blowing up run plays before they have a chance to get started. If the offense is running anything that requires time to develop, Bessey commands a double team or the cost may be severe.

6-1, 180 QB Brady Huchingson (Acalanes) 12

Playmaking QB coming off an insane 37 Total TD junior season. Brady is a composed QB with a lightning arm and excellent accuracy. One of the top returning QB's in NCS, Brady looks to lead collegiate program one day while also playing baseball.

5-8, 190 ATH Keirr Stewart (Encinal) 12

One of the most productive overall skill players in NorCal for the class of 2021. Outstanding football player who can hurt you in a number of ways. Averaged 18 YPC last season with 1000+ Total Yards and 4 Int on a top NorCal team. Worked out at WR at the Best Coast Showcase and was unguardable. Will be a 3 year starter. Steal for the college program who lands him.

6-2, 240 DL Jalen Bryant (Inderkum) 12

Jalen isn't shy about telling you his dream is to play in the NFL and you can see that passion all over his tape. At 6'2 235 he maintains an ability to get lower than his blocker and stuffs a lot of runs at the line of scrimmage. Good fundamentals and tackling form. Gritty big.

5-10, 190 ATH Elijah King-Turner (McClymonds)

Looked outstanding in the slot and at RB, will be an offensive weapon for the McClymonds program this season. Elijah boasts good speed in the 4.6 range but his real strength is the ferocious with which he competes. He looked like one of the more competitive guys at the Best Coast Showcase which we love to see and his tape is no different. He was able to run with all receivers he faced last year so he wasn't a liability in coverage and consistently made momentum changing hits on the second and third levels.

5-11, 175 ATH Augustine Taufalatasi (Encinal) 12

Extremely versatile player in DC Coach Safir's Encinal defense. Outstanding motor and above average speed. Playmaker and great tackler. Can play all over the field, understands the game extremely well. Coaches use him as an edge rusher which speaks to his toughness. Can also drop in coverage to cover, projects as a collegiate safety.

6-0, 235 LB Mosese Taunaholo (Encinal) 12

Good size and strength rooted in rugby background. Hard to shake off once he gets his paws on you and equally as sticky when blocking on offense. Seals the edge well as a blocker and has shown high Pancake frequency if the opposition doesn't match his intensity. Excellent size and strength combo.

5-7, 150 ATH Dervon Fryerson (Antioch) 12

What Fryerson lacks in size, he makes up for in speed, grit, and determination. He has a never give up mentality and has shown an ability to make plays in the passing game and stop the run from his spot at defensive back for Antioch High School. Wu brings good energy and intensity and paired with his quick twitch ability and defensive pursuit he could definitely be an asset to a college program. 

5-9, 155 ATH Jeremiah Patterson (James Logan) 12

Extremely versatile weapon on the football field. Jeremiah made plays at RB, Return and DB for James Logan as a junior. Excellent vision and moves with the football in his hands. Jeremiah could be one of the surprise breakouts in NorCal for his senior season. True Athlete.

5-11, 215 DE David Sisneros (Fernley) 12

14 TFL, 7 Sacks, 2 TD and a ton of tackles as a junior. This guy has a motor and is one of the more productive defensive players in the Northern Nevada area. Sisneros is a beast and we look forward to him blowing up his senior season.

5-9, 160 WR Tobias Humphreys (Casa Grande) 12

Tobias was a standout during all agility drills and a lot of scouts personal favorite to watch at the camp. He's as quick as they come, has great feet and exceptional awareness. Aggressive but in control. Very tough to cover 1 on 1.

5-10, 293 DT Joshua Trezvant (Inderkum) 12

Out of his 51 tackles his junior year nearly half were tackles for loss. He can control the point of attack from the nose guard position and has proven to be a disruptive force anywhere along the defensive front. 

5-10, 160 DB/ATH Jeremy Jones (James Logan) 12

Jeremy showed a propensity to run past defenders, win jump balls, and score touchdowns during his junior year at Logan High School but his future looks even brighter on the other side of the football. He doesn't speak as much as some kids but his actions spoke louder than most at the Best Coast Showcase camp this Fall. Jeremy accepted the challenge and stepped up big time as he employed techniques taught that day against one receiver after another. The future is bright for this kid. 

6-0, 220 QB Carson Lowrie (Winters) - 12

Good size at the quarterback position and demonstrated a versatile skill set his junior year. Carson reads the defense well in the triple option game and is able to make quick correct decisions in play action situations.

5-8, 170 WR Brayden Hawkins (Lincoln) 12

Brayden patrols the deep secondary and isn't afraid of contact, separating his opposition from the football on numerous occasions during his Junior year at Lincoln High School. Looked really good while playing WR and looks to breakout on offense this season.

5-8, 160 LB Jordan Bernardini (Marin Catholic) 12

During his junior season at Marin Catholic, Jordan excelled on special teams as a versatile playmaker on the second and third level of their defense. He's an instinctive football player who always finds his way to the football .

6-1, 225 DE Trevor McCurry (Liberty) 12

Outstanding interior offensive lineman with excellent feet and hands. Excels at the Center position but plays both sides of the football for the Liberty Lions program.