JCFootball.com Recruiting Blog - 5/8
College of San Mateo LS Micheal Worthen - Long-snapper isn't a glamour position, but you see how valuable the position is when things go awry in the kicking and punting game at crucial points in games. Several scouts have noted that Worthen's snaps are good enough to make it to the NFL, but first he needs to find a home with a four-year school. Worthen isn't the biggest guy in the world, but he runs well and actually appears to be an asset on the coverage teams when you view his highlight tape. He can leave right away and will have three to play two wherever he winds up. Reedley WR William Hanford - Hanford has good size and soft hands and he is one of the top returning wideouts in northern California this fall after posting 59 receptions for 692 yards and seven touchdowns as a freshman this past fall. Hanford is strong when the ball is in the air and he has deceptive speed, but he gets most of his work done on intermediate routes. Butler OT Luke Hayes - As the left tackle for the...
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