We are mid-way through the 2009 high school football season and college football prospects are making their marks and impressions on both college football fans and coaches. There are many college football recruiting experts out there and there is also much chatter about who the top quarterback prospects are for the upcoming 2010 class. In taking a look at three of the most notable prospect ranking services, it’s plain to see that they don’t all agree on who the top 5 or 10 prospects are for this class.
Northwestern H.S. offensive lineman Torian Wilson has chosen Stanford. Wilson is also being recruited by Miami, Michigan, Georgia Tech, South Carolina, FIU and others.
Glenville H.S. defensive back and Gridironstuds.com member Latwan Anderson has released his latest top schools with Florida now being added to the mix. Anderson says it’s West Virginia, Georgia, Cincinnati, Miami (FL), Michigan St., North Carolina and Florida. Says he will take his time with this decision.
The Elite 11 QB camps took place last week at Soka University in Orange County, California. This was the 11th year of the Elite 11 QB camp and there were some great performances. Each Elite 11 QB camp, the counselors give out awards for different aspects of the camps and below, I have listed this year’s award winners. Gridironstuds.com member Jake Heaps was the overall camp MVP. Gridironstuds.com member Devin Gardner also took home several honors while Jesse Scroggins was voted most likely to win a BCS title. Scroggins has committed to USC.
Last week’s Nike 7 on 7 tournament in Beaverton, Oregon hosted some of the best high school football talent in the country and the players did not disappoint.
In the legion of stars on the fields, none shined brighter than Miami Northwestern quarterback and Gridironstuds.com member Teddy Bridgewater. Bridgewater led his team Miami Vapor Trail to the overall championship with precision passing and great athleticism. Through five games, Bridgewater was 150-103 for 68% completion rate. He totaled 1,739 yards passing and threw 19 TD’s against only one interception. With that kind of performance there’s little wonder why Vapor Trail took home the trophy.