Jherremya Leuta-Douyere – 6-0/230 – FB/DL – Anaheim (Calif.) Servite - 2012

Recruiting: Committed to BYU.
My Take: While undersized as a defensive end, where he plays for Servite, you can't argue with Leuta-Douyere's strength and quickness off the line, nor his motor in chasing down the ball-carrier or quarterback.  He will likely play outside linebacker, if he stays on defense, when he gets to BYU, but with his quickness and strength, he'd make a great lead blocker in an offense as a fullback.
 

Charlie Etiaki – 6-0/195 – RB – Anaheim (Calif.) Servite - 2013

Recruiting: Interest from numerous schools, with Colorado the most consistent.
My Take: Etiaki is the new feature back in the Friars offense and he's a tough runner between the tackles and does a good job taking on contact.  He's not the fastest back, and he may need to gain weight and become more of a fullback, but he's adept at catching passes out of the backfield and he's got very good vision and seeing the holes and following his blocks.
 

Andrew Moore – 6-1/210 – RB – Anaheim (Calif.) Servite - 2014

Recruiting: Interest in several schools.
My Take: Just a sophomore, Moore split carries with Etiaki and with good size, he's the faster of the two.  He's not as physical of an inside runner as Etiaki is but he's more of a slasher and has better breakaway speed.  Like Etiaki, he can catch the ball out of the backfield, but he's the more natural running back of the two.
 

Grant Bays – 6-3/290 – C/OT – Oceanside (Calif.) - 2012

Recruiting: Double digit offers with Pac-12 leaders.
My Take: Bays played tackle for Oceanside but he's projected as an interior linemen, with center his likely destination.  The nephew of former NFL All-Pro and College Football Hall of Fame center Randy Cross, Bays has the ideal size and strength for the inside of the line, plus the football acumen to make the line calls.  He needs to improve his pad level and play a little lower but when he's run blocking, he's got tremendous drive-blocking skills.
 

Eduardo Middleton – 6-5/280 – OT – Oceanside (Calif.)- 2012

Recruiting: Committed to Washington State.
My Take: Middleton has a great frame for the tackle position, with good arm length and knee bend and excellent footwork.  He does a good job of controlling his body and staying balanced against some bigger defensive linemen and is good at getting to the second level of defenders.  Oceanside rarely passed at all, but we've seen Middleton before and he's a good pass blocker.  He'll likely need a redshirt year to add more weight and strength, particularly to his upper body, but he's got the frame to do so.
 

Jordan Smith – 6-3/225 – OLB – Oceanside (Calif.) - 2013

Recruiting: Interest from several schools.
My Take: Smith is more on the slight side, especially for the defensive end spot, but has a couple of years to add weight.  He has the quickness and technique to play the position well but could also develop into a strongside backer at the next level.
 

Brandon is in his seventh year with Scout.com, currently as the National Recruiting Analyst and West Regional Manager. Prior to joining the Scout Recruiting Team, he was a team recruiting writer.  He's been covering recruiting for the Scout Network since 2003.
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A look at the top performers from the Anaheim Servite-Oceanside game in Southern California, which included a number of D-I commits...
Scout Out West: Servite at Oceanside
A look at the top performers from the Anaheim Servite-Oceanside game in Southern California...
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Butch Pauu
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Sep 12, 2011

Scout Out West: Servite at Oceanside

Butch Pauu

A look at the top performers from the Anaheim Servite-Oceanside game in Southern California, which included a number of D-I commits...

  • Scout Out West- Anaheim (Calif.) Servite at Oceanside (Calif.)
    Butch Pauu – 5-11/220 - OLB – Anaheim (Calif.) Servite - 2012

    Recruiting: Committed to BYU.
    My Take: We've said it for a couple of years, but pound for pound, few linebackers out West are as good as Pauu.  He's a big hitter, loves the physical portion of the game, and excels against the runner.  He continues to improve in pass coverage and his range is making strides, but inside the box is when Pauu is at his best.  He's the heart and soul of the Servite defense, and is around every play.
     

  • Travis Averill – 6-4/275 – Og – Anaheim (Calif.) Servite - 2012

    Recruiting: Committed to Boise State.
    My Take:: With Averill, you see really good athleticism, footwork and hand work and while he plays left tackle, he projects inside as a guard in college.  He has good natural knee bend and plays low and does a great job of getting to the second level.  He's a better run blocker than pass blocker, but Servite really doesn't throw a whole lot, so we didn't get much of a chance to see him in pass pro.  Averill also plays on the defensive line and he's got a great motor as a tackle, but his future is on offense.
     

    Jherremya Leuta-Douyere – 6-0/230 – FB/DL – Anaheim (Calif.) Servite - 2012

    Recruiting: Committed to BYU.
    My Take: While undersized as a defensive end, where he plays for Servite, you can't argue with Leuta-Douyere's strength and quickness off the line, nor his motor in chasing down the ball-carrier or quarterback.  He will likely play outside linebacker, if he stays on defense, when he gets to BYU, but with his quickness and strength, he'd make a great lead blocker in an offense as a fullback.
     

    Charlie Etiaki – 6-0/195 – RB – Anaheim (Calif.) Servite - 2013

    Recruiting: Interest from numerous schools, with Colorado the most consistent.
    My Take: Etiaki is the new feature back in the Friars offense and he's a tough runner between the tackles and does a good job taking on contact.  He's not the fastest back, and he may need to gain weight and become more of a fullback, but he's adept at catching passes out of the backfield and he's got very good vision and seeing the holes and following his blocks.
     

    Andrew Moore – 6-1/210 – RB – Anaheim (Calif.) Servite - 2014

    Recruiting: Interest in several schools.
    My Take: Just a sophomore, Moore split carries with Etiaki and with good size, he's the faster of the two.  He's not as physical of an inside runner as Etiaki is but he's more of a slasher and has better breakaway speed.  Like Etiaki, he can catch the ball out of the backfield, but he's the more natural running back of the two.