The new Rivals top 100 has a distinct San Andreas League flavor, as Arroyo Valley offensive tackle Michael Philipp is rated No. 75 and Cajon defensive back Marlon Pollard clocks in at No. 84.
Philipp was at the USC Nike Camp in Los Angeles this weekend (which you can read about more on the Prepdog’s blog) and has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA and Washington, as well as Colorado. Pollard, a transfer from Valencia, is verbally committed to UCLA.
Well, maybe not yet. But the Rancho Cucamonga graduate, who is going to enter his second year as a defensive back for the Detroit Lions, does have an online offseason diary going on the Lions’ website. Today he has an entry detailed the newly-released NFL schedule, along with outlining his Madden video game preferences. It’s a pretty interesting read and you can access it here.
Upland quarterback Josh Nunes and Los Osos quarterback Richard Brehaut received new offers last week, as Boise State made their prosposal to the incoming seniors.
Nunes’ offer puts him up to 10 overall, with Arizona, Arizona State, BYU, California, Colorado, Hawaii, San Diego State, Stanford and Utah having already offered scholarships. Brehaut’s offer is his second, as San Diego State has also made its pitch.
Both players are in Rivals’ national top 250, with Nunes clocking in at No. 45 and Brehaut being rated No. 241.
While covering the inaugural Sparta Relays Saturday at San Gorgonio High School, I ran into Miller senior basketball standout Lola Wells, who told me that she is taking a visit to Providence University this weekend.
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