Scout's Take: Boulder Creek

Marquis Bundy

SW Analyst Jason Jewell breaks down college prospects from Anthem (Az.) Boulder Creek

Friday Sept. 2nd, 2011

Opponent- Phoenix (Az.) Brophy. Lost 45-33.

Notes- Both teams were ranked in D1 top 10 at the time.

Breaking Down Boulder Creek

2012 Class College Prospects

#5 DB Jimmy Boulton - 5-9 170- Has good ball skills and does some good things. Size will limit him to D2-NAIA type schools.

#8 QB Trevor Bonafasi - 6-0 165- Great high school player. Rushed for 165, threw for 200+ and even caught a TD pass. Size will limit him to D2-NAIA type schools

#18 WR Marquis Bundy - 6-4 195- Great looking prospect. Has very nice hands and is smooth. Will go up and catch the ball at it's highest point and has a frame to be a big player. Size can create matchup problems, especially in the redzone. Lack of elite speed is his knock. I also want to see him be more aggressive in his blocking, that could be the difference in landing a smaller D1 scholarship versus a 1AA.

#50 OL Beau Kitson - 6-1 280- Plays very hard and has some nasty in him. Lack the above mentioned kids, does not have ideal size. Already has a D2 offer, and can definitely play at that level.

#52 OL Austin Farnlof - 6-2 265- Love what this kid brings to the table. Plays with a relentless motor. Very athletic and is great at pulling. KO'd a couple of defenders in this game. If he were 6-4 280, he would have Pac 12 offers.

#55 OL Vinnie Paterno - 6-0 245- Tough high school player that likely could play in the D3/NAIA/JUCO range.

#66 OL Ryan Orr - 6-3 250- Developing prospect that has a good frame. JUCO prospect.

#84 K Jacobus Van Leeuwen - 6-1 215- Almost every kickoff went for a touchback, has 50+ range.


#3 sophomore CB Tyler Whiley - 6-0 165- Long armed prospect that has what people look for in a corner. Could develop into a D1 player with work

#6 junior CB Ryan McKinley - 6-1 180- Same eval as above. A bit thicker and a little more developed because of his age.

#7 junior DB/WR Isaiah Huston - 5-11 170- A bit undersized but a good athlete and good HS football player.

#21 junior RB Stephen Landeros - 5-8 170- Reminds me of their back they had last year Mike Contreras that went to CO School of Mines. Not as thick but a bit mre shifty.

#44 sophomore TE Marshall Forest - 6-3 245- Has potential written all over him. Plays TE now but will be an OT. Giant kid that is still raw. Best football is in front of him. Recommended Stories

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