Three of the PSL's most talented teams got together this week for some 7-7 passing scrimmages. There…
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Cass Tech CB Boubacar Cissoko was the highest rated player in attendance. As a result, the Michigan commit took everybody's best shot along with a lot of trash talk. He held his own though, only giving up one completion during the scrimmages. Versatile WR/FS Anthony Anchrum had a nice interception and a couple other good grabs on offense. He already has an Eastern Michigan offer and it looks like more will be coming soon. The Technicians' LB/S Aaron Archie. Detroit Renaissance's playmaking wideout Sam Gaymon had a very nice day and is getting more and more explosive (something he has worked on) each time we see him. CB Quinn Parnell went up against a lot of talented wideouts today, but he held his own and showed he has recovery speed. Teammate Jeray Carraway is the Phoenix's QB and a good one at that, but his college position is corner and he was tough and physical with opposing receivers all day. Charles Hollowell is the team's speedy running back, but projects as a receiver at the next level. Today, he also doubled as a cornerback and performed well on both sides of the ball. Junior LB/DE Chris Norman is solidly built, fast and mean. He will be one of the PSL's top pass rushers this year and could play several spots in college. The big junior is already hearing from schools in the Big Ten and Pac-10. Detroit Northwestern's CB/WR Anthony Hollis made several big plays downfield. He is a fine athlete who has already been offered by Ball State and Bowling Green, with Big Ten schools also hot on his trail. WR Kason Dickerson was recently offered by Bowling Green. The big, physical target showed why he earned his offer today with his aggressive play. CB Tevin Kellum has enjoyed a summer full of good camp performances and he also has several MAC and Big Ten schools sending mail.
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