Follow the Scouts of Scout.com on Twitter as they bring you live coverage of the weekend's high school football across the nation. There are games in the Southeast, the Mid-Atlantic and in the West as prospects from the 2014, 2015 and 2016 classes get their seasons started.
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Brian Dohn - East Coast Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Olney (Md.) Our Lady of Good Counsel vs. Baltimore The Gilman School at 8:30 p.m. (Towson Univeristy)
It is a sensational start to the high school season in the northeast as No. 16 Good Counsel meets No. 44 Gilman, and there are more than a dozen FBS players in the game.
There will also be drama before kickoff as Good Counsel defensive end Jesse Aniebonam makes is college decision as he chooses from Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia Tech, Clemson and Notre Dame. The Falcons also have guard Sam Mustipher (Notre Dame commit), linebacker Kobie Walker (Kentucky commit), running back Leo Ekwoge (Western Michigan commit) and offer holders Richie Wenzel (guard), Jemal Averette (defensive tackle) and Sam Madaras (offensive line). In the 2015 class, athlete Keon Paye and defensive end Darius Fullwood hold offers, and in the 2016 class, Good Counsel has defensive back Keandre Jones (three offers).
The Gilman School is led by cornerback Troy Vincent Jr., who is committed to Penn State, and outside linebacker Melvin Keihn, who is Rutgers, Maryland and several others among schools under consideration. Gilman is also loaded in underclass as class of 2015 athlete Kai Locksley and defensive back Robert Branch, 2016 defensive lineman Ellison Jordan and 2017 quarterback Kasim Hill.
Field reporter Rachel Klein will also be in attendance.
Saturday: Baltimore Calvert Hall at Washington (D.C.) St. John’s College at noon
There are plenty of underclassmen in this matchup, and the most well-known is Calvert Hall class of 2016 outside linebacker Rahshaun Smith, who holds double digit offers. He is joined by offer-holding class of 2015 teammates Dionte Austin (defensive back), Juantez McRae (safety) and Lawrence Cager (receiver). Calvert Hall also has 2014 quarterback Colar Kuhns, tight end Erik Evans (East Carolina commit) and receiver Russell Neverdon.
St. John’s College is led by quarterback William Ulmer, who is committed to Maryland, and cornerback Omar Truitt, who is committed to Iowa. Class of 2015 cornerback Ayron Monroe already holds three offers and class of 2016 tight end Devante Brooks, who has a Maryland offer.
Saturday: Hialeah (Fla.) Champagnat Catholic vs. Elkton (Md.) Eastern Christian at 7 p.m. (Appoquinimink High)
Loads of talent will be on display as ECA gets ready for its second season, and a full one after questions about sanctions limited it to three games.
ECA is led by Michigan commits Freddy Canteen (receiver) and Brandon Watson (cornerback). Offensive tackle Jamie Herr (West Virginia commit) and receiver Neiko Creamer (Tennessee commit) are also key members of the offense, as is 2015 quarterback David Sills (USC commit). Also, 2016 linebacker Dele Harding already holds several offers.
Champagnat makes the trip north and it brings loads of talent, led by defensive lineman
Travonte Valentine (Miami commit), safety Michael Johnson (Louisville commit), athlete Franklin Labady (Cincinnati commit) and cornerback Jason Williams (Western Kentucky commit).
Jacquie Franciulli, Field Reporter
Thursday: Glen Allen (Va.) Deep Run vs. Glen Allen (Va.) Glen Allen at 6 p.m.
Both programs are looking to this season to prove something in the Colonial District, and will use this scrimmage to work out the kinks before the first game next week.
Deep Run comes into the 2013 season with a new man in charge. David Davis takes over from Matt McLeod. Davis was the defensive coordinator at Dinwiddie for the last six seasons. The Cats lose running back and workhorse running back Evan Hinkle, and will now look to quarterback Jack Click to put the offense on his shoulders.
Glen Allen High School is also looking to rebuild. The Jaguars are a young team with a duo of rising sophomores already hitting the recruiting trail, running back Sylvester Mayers and wide out Cole Blackman.
Two schools on a mission in the Colonial District-to end the drought and climb over the .500 slump.
Chad Simmons - National Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Charlotte (N.C.) Christian vs. Sun Valley (N.C.) at 5:30 p.m. (Memorial Stadium)
Charlotte Christian is led by a strong group of seniors. Scout 300 tight end Jeb Blazevich is committed to Georgia, and wide receiver Bo Hines and tight end Garrett Bradbury are committed to North Carolina State. They have more talent on the way too. Brian Chaffin is a class of 2015 center to watch and Austin Kendall (quarterback) and Elijah Deveaux (athlete) could be two of North Carolina's best in the 2016 class. Sun Valley does not have as many top of the line prospects at Charlotte Christian, but they do have one to keep an eye on in 2015 running back Albert Funderburke. This is the season opener for both teams, one is a private school, one is a public school, and each wants to make an early statement.
Thursday: South Mecklenburg (N.C.) vs. Independence (N.C.) at 8:00 p.m. (Memorial Stadium)
Independence had one of the top programs in the country not too long ago and coach Joe Evans is trying to get it back to where it once was. North Carolina State commitment Tony Adams, who plays center, is Evans' leader and top 2014 prospect. Running back Isaiah Robinson is another top senior and he is committed to Wake Forest. Two underclassmen to watch are 2015 safety Adonis Alexander and 2016 defensive lineman Christian Colon. South Mecklenberg has a sophomore that has created some buzz early in Zach Gilbert. He is a rush end with quickness off the ball, but he could project as an outside linebacker.
Friday: Bamberg-Erhardt (S.C.) at Orangeburg-Wilkerson (S.C.) at 8:00 p.m.
There is some talent in this game. Bamberg-Erhardt has the most prospects, but Orangeberg-Wilkerson may have the best of them all. Albert Huggins is a 2015 Scout 100 defensive tackle and he has well over a dozen scholarship offers. He will try to defend his home turf Friday night against a very talented team. South Carolina commitment Kevin Crosby will lead Bamberg-Erhardt and he will play tight end and linebacker. He is the top senior, but there is talent behind him. Defensive end LaSamuel Davis is a junior with offers, 2016 offensive lineman Drew Wilson is a definite Division 1 talent, and 2017 safety Savales Cann already has an offer from South Carolina. This should be an exciting contest.
Saturday: Tallahassee Lincoln (Fla.) vs. South Gwinnett (Ga.) at 3:30 p.m. (Norcross, Ga.)
Lincoln is bringing some talent up from Florida and linebacker Jeffrey Williams (Louisville commit) and safety Kendall Randolph are their senior leaders. John Burt, a Scout 300 prospect, is a 2015 wide receiver and he has big offer after big offer on his profile. They always have talent and you can expect a few new names to pop up this weekend. South Gwinnett made it into the playoffs a year ago, but they lost their leader in Reggie Carter, who is already pushing for playing time as a true freshman at Georgia. Two prospects to watch at South Gwinnett are Coray Keel, a speedy wide receiver with offers, and Dennis Edwards, a strong center committed to Western Kentucky.
Saturday: Booker T. Washington (Fla.) at Norcross (Ga.) at 7:00 p.m.
Both teams went 15-0 last season and won state titles. Someone will start off 0-1 this year, and I could write a book about the talent in this game. Lorenzo Carter of Norcross and Chad Thomas of Booker T. Washington are both five-star defensive ends, and they are two of the best in the country. Carter is uncommitted and Thomas is committed to Miami. Treon Harris is the Booker T. Washington and he is committed to Florida State. He is one of the top athletes in the 2014 class. Nigel Bethel is a 2014 corner committed to Miami, Lamar Parker is a slot receiver committed to West Virginia, and Demetrius Jackson is an end committed to Miami. Mark Walton is a 2016 running back and he has already picked up offers from FSU, Miami, and West Virginia. Simply put, Booker T. Washington is loaded. Norcross lost some top talent, but they have plenty returning. Carter leads the way and you then have linebacker Kevin Mouhon who is committed to Tennessee, athlete Myles Autry with 20-plus offers, and quarterback A.J. Bush to name a few. This game will be exciting and it may be the most talent seen in one game in the state of Georgia this season.
Michael Clark - Atlantic Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creel vs. Dillon (S.C.) at 7:30 p.m.
This game features two of the top programs in the Carolinas. Each team has several Division l prospects.
Mallard Creek is coming off a 12-2 season. The Mavericks feature senior quarterback Emeire Scaife (committed to Appalachian State), senior fullback Jaylen Samuels (committed to N.C. State) and senior linebacker Ikem Allen (committed to Ball State). Other players to watch are junior cornerbacks Nafees Lyon and Amari Henderson. Both are big-time playmakers in the secondary.
Dillon finished last season 14-1 and won its third state title in the past five years. Leading the way for the Wildcats is senior linebacker Joe Blue (committed to South Carolina), senior linebacker Damu Ford (East Carolina offer) and senior defensive tackle Jalen Washington. Dillon also has one of the top sophomores in South Carolina in quarterback Avery McCall, who started as a freshman. McCall already holds offers from East Carolina, LSU, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Friday’s game has the potential to be one of the region’s best in the 2013 season.
Saturday: Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha Catholic vs. Hampton (Va.) Phoebus at 5 p.m. (Virginia Beach Sportsplex).
This contest is a matchup between two powerhouse programs and both teams are loaded with talent.
DeMatha returns a strong nucleus of players from a team that went 9-3 a year ago. The Stags are led by senior defensive end Deonte Holden (committed to N.C. State), senior running back Taiwan Deal (committed to Wisconsin), seniors offensive tackle Brock Ruble, senior running back Mark Allen (committed to Penn State), senior linebacker Jawhan Bentley, senior wide receiver Cameron Phillips (committed to Virginia Tech) and senior wide receiver Chris Jones. Dematha also has 2015 wide receiver Tyler Green, 2016 running back Lorenzo Harrison, 2016 defensive end Shane Simmons and 2016 receiver Tino Ellis.
Phoebus was 12-1 in 2012.
The Phantoms return several key players and are led by senior defensive tackle Walter Brantley and 2015 defensive tackle Harry Lewis, who holds several scholarship offers. Phoebus also has a pair of big-time 2016 prospects – cornerback Robbie Robinson, who holds offers from Akron, Old Dominion and Virginia, and quarterback Terrell Toliver. Both were varsity starters as freshmen.
The atmosphere at Saturday’s contest should be electric and the winner will have a lot of momentum going forward.
Jamie Newberg - National Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Tarpon Springs (Fla.) East Lake vs. Bradenton (Fla.) Manatee at 7:30 p.m.
You really can’t ask for a better Kickoff Classic than this one. These are two of the better teams in the state and they are loaded with some unbelievable prospects.
East Lake is led by a pair of elite wide receivers in four-star Artavis Scott and five-star George Campbell. Scott, who is headed to Clemson, is also a special teams demon. In May’s spring game, the 2014 standout returned two kicks for scores and also scored twice on offense. Then, you have Campbell, who’s already committed to Michigan. He is a big-time player on both sides of the ball and one of the elite recruits in the class of 2015. Campbell also excels on defense at defensive end. East Lake has another BCS-caliber player in Devin Abraham. He’s committed to South Florida and can play either cornerback or safety. Anchoring the offensive front is four-star offensive tackle Mason Cole, who's already made his pledge to the Wolverines. East Lake will need to control the line of scrimmage and need a monster game from Cole.
Don’t feel sorry for Manatee, as the Hurricanes are dominant on both sides of the ball, especially up front. They are led by four-star defensive tackle DeMarcus Christmas. He had a super off season and a sensational spring game in their dominating win over Tallahassee Lincoln. Christmas is playing at a lighter weight and he’s quicker, faster and stronger than ever. Offensively, Trevon Walters will be their guy. He’s a terrific three-star running back with scholarship offers from the likes of USF, Missouri, Minnesota and others. Manatee has a super high school offensive line and arguably the top one in the state led by tackles Jake Stickler and Mike Galati. Stickler is committed to Georgia Tech while Galati has given his pledge to the Bulls.
This has the makings of a championship game in August and the atmosphere at Manatee High School for this game should be unbelievable.
Amy Campbell - Southeast Field Reporter
Thursday: Coral Gables (Fla.) Coral Gables at Miami Jackson at 3pm
The big name to watch here is four-star athlete Quinton Flowers. The Jackson quarterback is the number 10 prospect in the state of Florida and the only uncommitted of the top ten. Flowers pledged to South Florida for about a day before opening things back up. He could play receiver at the next level but wants to stay at quarterback. Jovon Durante is a 2015 receiver from Jackson who should have a productive day. The four star prospect is a West Virginia commitment.
Senior running back Greg Howell should be one of the most productive athletes for Coral Gables this season. Howell has a handful of offers including Minnesota and Florida Atlantic. Wide receiver Shaquery Wilson will also provide some explosion to the offense. The 2015 athlete has offers from Syracuse, Western Kentucky, and more.
Thursday: Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Dillard at Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas at 7pm
If it’s possible, the reigning state champion Raiders could look even scarier this year. St. Thomas Aquinas boasts a long, long list of talented athletes, as usual. Four-star defensive tackle Anthony Moten leads the defense up front. Holding down the backfield is South Carolina cornerback commitment Al Harris Jr. The Raiders have a solid one-two punch at receiver with Notre Dame commitment Corey Holmes and 2015 receiver Devante Peete. Peete has a long list of offers already. On the ground, running back Madre London has the size and power to make an impact. The 6-1, 205-pound athlete has offers including Florida State, South Carolina, Michigan State, and Nebraska. Let’s not forget the big offensive line lead by center Nick Linder, a Miami commitment. St. Thomas should make another serious run at state this year.
Saturday: Miami (Fla.) Miami Central at Palm Beach Gardens (Fla.) Dwyer at 7pm
The FOX Sports NEXT preseason No. 1 Rockets head to take on another Florida power at Dwyer. The list of talented prospects at Miami Central could go on and on, but the big names are running backs Joseph Yearby and Dalvin Cook – the Rockets’ two-headed monster in the run game. The Miami and Florida commitments are numbers four and six in the nation at the their positions. Hurricanes commitment Trevor Darling is a monster on the offensive line and a prospect who has taken big steps of improvement this offseason. Also up front is offensive lineman Michael Smith, a South Florida commitment. Junior receiver Da’Vante Phillips will be another weapon for the Rockets. He’s committed to the Gators. On defense, South Florida cornerback commitment Deatrick Nichols and 2015 safety Calvin Brewton will lock down the backfield, and FSU commitment Frederick Jones will be disruptive at tackle.
The big name from Dwyer this year is wide receiver Johnnie Dixon. The four-star prospect is wanted by many and likes Miami, Ohio State, and Alabama at this time. Dixon will be a big target on offense, but the Panthers have a handful of weapons at receiver. Seniors Ezra Saffold and Clint Stephens both provide speed and explosion. On defense, senior defensive lineman Mark Kelly is playing end this year. Senior safety Shawn Boone will hold down the backfield. Boone has a long list of offers including Ohio State, Ole Miss, and Tennessee.
Sunday: Homestead (Fla.) Homestead at Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) University School at 11 a.m.
This is a game people in South Florida have been excited to see. University School senior corner Quincy Wilson and Homestead wide receiver Ermon Lane will match up against each other – and the two can’t wait. Both athletes are good friends and committed to Florida recently and they just love matching up against each other. Also at Homestead is transfer receiver Gilbert Johnson, a Georgia commitment. Facing Johnson and Lane on the field at the same time will be a challenge.
There’s a reason University School is FOX Sports NEXT’s No. 23 in team in the country preseason. The roster is loaded with talent. Auburn quarterback commitment Sean White leads the offense and he has his choice of weapons. Sophomore receiver Sam Bruce is an electric playmaker and is dangerous to any opposing defense. Emmanuel Soto enters his senior year after battling some injuries last season. If he’s healthy, he’ll cause problems for defenses. Running back Jordan Scarlett is one of the top 2015 prospects and a guy people have been talking about for awhile now. He’s being recruited by a long list of programs. On defense, senior linebacker Richard Yeargin III leads the Suns. Yeargin recently committed to Notre Dame. Junior corner Rashard Causey already is building a nice list of offers. He visited Tennessee, South Carolina, and Florida this summer and all three offered. The reigning state champion Suns are primed to make another run at a title this season.
Patrick Burnham - Florida Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Perry (Fla.) Taylor County at Tallahassee (Fla.) Leon at 7p.m.
Leon welcomes back to Tallahassee six-time state championship-winning coach Tim Cokely as he enters his first year trying to build one of the state's most historic programs. The Lions will take on a Taylor County team that made it to the playoffs last year, going 6-6 in coach Ryan Smith's first year at the school.
Taylor County is led by second-year coach Ryan Smith who guided the Bulldogs in 2012. On the field, the standout prospect will be Taylor County wide receiver/tight end prospect Moral Stephens. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound prospect has offers from all of the BCS conferences and several mid-majors. Several schools are evaluating Stephens to see if he can make the transition from wide receiver to the tight end/h-back position. A couple of the schools looking at the senior are Florida, Florida State, Iowa State and Kentucky. Pulling the trigger for the Taylor County offense is senior quarterback Mitch Stephens. Up front the Bulldogs are led by offensive guard prospect Jacob Barr. The 6- 4, 285-pound lineman is getting attention from some mid-major and FCS schools.
Leon is one of Florida's most historic programs. The Lions were a state and national power in high school football from the 1960's almost to the turn of the last century. In the 2000s, the Lions struggled to be a state title contender. In an effort to get the program back to its glory days, the Lions hired Cokely to lead the football program. Cokely won six state championships (in 12 years) at fellow Tallahassee school, North Florida Christian. He enters his 19th season as a head coach. While not star-studded, Cokely feels he has two young, talented but raw quarterbacks in sophomore Darius Bradwell and junior D'anfernee McGriff, who coach Cokely believes is as gifted athletically as any of the 11 quarterbacks he has had in his career who have gone on to earn scholarships.
This Kickoff Classic will give Leon and Cokely a measurement of just far they have to go to try and compete with in-town power programs Lincoln and Godby. For Taylor County, the game allows for an opportunity to head into the season with momentum after making it to the playoffs last season.
Geoff Vogt - Florida Recruiting Analyst
Thursday: Miami Christopher Columbus at Plantation (Fla.) at 7 p.m.
Two of South Florida's better teams square off in Broward County for their Kickoff Classic games. Columbus is ranked 14th in the Miami Herald poll of top South Florida high school teams and Plantation is No. 15. Columbus has been to back-to-back big class state semifinal games, but have been unable to get over the hump. The losses were many to graduation, but junior quarterback Tucker Beirne, senior defensive linemen Nick McBeath (FIU commit), and a host of talented underclassmen have the Explorer's in the mix once again. Chris Lammons (Florida commit) leads the Colonel's run-based offense, but they will need to throw the ball more effectively in 2013, particularly to under-utilized tight end Ravian Pierce (BCS offers). Sophomore defensive tackle Lakevis Taylor could develop into a high BCS recruit.
Friday: Fort Myers (Fla.) Riverdale at Cape Coral (Fla.) at 7 p.m.
After a terrific run from 2004-2010, Cape Coral hopes to take the next step in the rebuilding process under coach Larry Gary. Senior athlete Rashad Jiles leads the Cape and his role should increase significantly on both sides of the football. Jiles hold D-1 offers. The Riverdale Raiders are led by a pair of top 2015 prospects in athlete Ryan Pulley and running back Van Edwards. Pulley is coming back off a knee injury and has ideal size, speed, and length to be a very heavily recruited cornerback in a year's time. Edwards is an explosive and tough big play running back that is very dependable. Once again Riverdale will play physical football on defense.
Sunday: Plantation (Fla.) American Heritage-Plantation at Weston (Fla.) Cypress Bay at 2 p.m.
This is another matchup of two of South Florida's best teams. Cypress Bay was last seen losing in the state title game in an epic game that went back and forth. Cypress Bay suffered a slew of personnel losses, but still return cornerback Deion Hallmon and athletes Marquise Dudley-Jordan and Kadeem Goulbourne. They are one of the best coached teams in the state. AHP is led by the running back duo of Sony Michel and Isaiah McKenzie, perhaps the most explosive duo in the country at the high school level. If that was not enough, it is finally time to Torrance Gibson take over the reins of the offense at quarterback. Gibson has Sean Taylor potential as an athlete and will be one of the most coveted prospects in the state for the class of 2015.
Allen Trieu - National Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Goshen at Fort Wayne Carroll 7:00 p.m.
We will check in with one of the biggest risers in the Midwest over the summer, Carroll's Drue Tranquill. A high school safety, the 6'2, 210-pound Tranquill is a great athlete who projects to linebacker in college. Currently committed to Purdue, Notre Dame recently offered and he visited South Bend. We will also be watching young brother Justin Tranquill, a junior running back-safety who has an early offer from Toledo.
Dave Berk - Ohio Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Indianapolis (Ind.) Decatur Central vs. Indianapolis (Ind.) Franklin Central 7:00 p.m.
We travel to Indianapolis with the Ohio prep season opening up next week to check out three-star offensive tackle Lukayus McNeil of Decatur Central. At 6-7, 270-pounds, McNeil has seen several programs take serious notice of him throughout the summer. Programs in hot pursuit include North Carolina State, Indiana, Michigan State, Purdue, Cincinnati and many others as McNeil could be a player to see his ranking rise in the coming months.
Anna Hickey - Indiana Recruiting Reporter
Friday: Indianapolis (Ind.) Cathedral vs. Indianapolis (Ind.) Ben Davis 6:00 p.m.
Two of the top teams in Indianapolis square off at Lucas Oil. Cathedral features four-star Ohio State commit Terry McLaurin at receiver and Ball State commit Zach Saum at tight end. We will also be watching junior offensive lineman Jared Thomas closely. Ben Davis has two athletic juniors in 6'4 wide receiver Montel Swanson and linebacker Asmar Bilal. Quarterback Kyle Castner and 6'6 wide receiver Brennan Giles complete their strong 2015 class. Senior running back Jamie Akin is also being recruited by several schools.
Beth Long - Midwest Field Reporter
Friday: Gary (Ind.) West vs. Hobrat (Ind.) 8:00 p.m.
West side features two of the top receivers in the Midwesst in Ohio State commit Lonnie Johnson and cousin Jon Vea' Johnson who holds several offers. Throwing to them will be junior Ramone Atkins.
Greg Biggins - National Recruiting Analyst
Friday: Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe at Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman at 7 p.m.
Two of the most talent-laden teams in the region kick off the season in the Barry Sollenberger Classic. Wide out Jalen Brown will need to have a big game on both sides of the ball for Mountain Pointe to pull off the upset. Brown, the No. 43 ranked player in the Scout 300, is a dynamic receiver with size and great ball skills. Four-star offensive guard Natrell Curtis is one of the region's top interior lineman and a talented defensive tackle as well. Cornerback Dominique Fenstermacher is another BCS level prospect who should have a big season. Gorman is loaded on both sides of the ball. Three-star quarterback Randall Cunningham has offers from schools like Baylor, LSU and Syracuse, despite not starting a single game last year. Offensive tackle Nick Gates has an Alabama offer, among others, safety Armand Perry just committed last week to Arizona State and corner Nicco Fertitta landed an offer from Boston College earlier this week. In the 2015 class, Gorman tight end Alize Jones is a five-star prospect and the No. 19 player in the class. He could be the top tight end prospect in the nation right now as a junior and has freakish athletic ability.
Saturday: Tucson (Ariz.) Salpointe Catholic vs. Henderson (Nev.) Liberty at 7 p.m.
The second half of the Barry Sollenberger Classic will be an opportunity to see one of the best pass catching duos in the West. Salpointe Catholic wide outs Cameron Denson and Kaelin Deboskie are explosive, sure handed and very good after the catch. Denson, an Arizona commit, is the No. 73 player in the nation. Deboskie, who transferred in from Texas last spring, could join Denson at Arizona. Oklahoma State and West Virginia have also offered him. Offensive lineman Breeon Auzenne has an offer from Washington and will be a four-year starter for Salpointe. Defensive end Jarvis Polu is the top player for Liberty and he surprised some committing to Army over offers from schools like Colorado, San Diego State, Washington State and Wisconsin. Polu's younger brother Justin is a promising 2015 prospect on the offensive line. Idaho has already offered. Defensive end Reno Tu'ufuli is another talented lineman for Liberty who is poised for a big senior year.
This week’s stream schedule:
Aug. 23: Washington (D.C.) Friendship Academy at Palm Beach (Fla.) Atlantic, 7 p.m.
Aug. 24: Miami Central at Palm Beach (Fla.) Dwyer, 7 p.m.
Both games will be streamed and be seen by clicking here.
A Presser previewing both games can be viewed here.