High School football fever is in the air. Many state have already started but Texas high school football had a great opening week. SPE Elite National Camp has service athlete’s through out the country. There where some really great individual performances around the country. Dematrius Davis – JR – Qauterback (North Shore) TX – Junior […]
High School football fever is in the air. Many state have already started but Texas high school football had a great opening week. SPE Elite National Camp has service athlete’s through out the country. There where some really great individual performances around the country.
Dematrius Davis – JR – Qauterback (North Shore) TX –
Junior quarterback Dematrius Davis ran for 191 yards and two touchdowns and threw for 194 yards and three more scores in one of his most electric dual-threat performances, helping the No. 2 Mustangs shake off their season-opening loss to Katy by upending No. 12 Ridge Point 38-7.
Jadarius Clark – SR – Saftey (Alexandria) LA – Virginia commit
The SPE Elite National Camp Top DB from 2019 is having a amazing season so far last week he had 8 tackles, 7 solos, 1 assist and a big time punt return.
— KALB Sports (@KALBSports) September 9, 2019
DJ Uiagalelei – SR – Quarterback (St. John Bosco) CA – Clemson commit
6 of 9 passes for 290 yards, 5 TD plus 1 TD run. He now has 12 touchdown passes in the first three games.
— Zack Poff (@Zack_Poff_MP) September 7, 2019
Zion Childress – SR – Quarterback (New Caney) TX -UTSA commit
The UTSA-commit passed for 196 yards and rushed for another 199 and racked up three touchdowns.
— zion⚡️ (@ZChildress9) September 8, 2019
Jason Jones – SR – ATH (Ferris) WA –
Jason Jones is all about bring his lunch when it is time to go to work. He suffer a injury in the 1st series but finish the game with 1TD, 2 tackles, force fumble.
Bryce Young – SR – Quarterback (Mater Dei) CA -USC commit
31 of 38 for 528, 7TD. He tossed three touchdowns apiece to wide receivers Kody Epps and Kyron Ware-Hudson.
This is what a ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ quarterback looks like.
— All-American Bowl (@AABonNBC) September 10, 2019
Corey Wren – SR – Runningback (John Curtis) LA -Georgia commit
Corey ran for 184 yards to beat Edna Carr 42-39.
— Garland Gillen (@garlandgillen) September 6, 2019
Jaden Naveratte – SR – ATH (Norco) CA -Oregon commit
He went for 150 yards 7 rec., 1 sack, 4 qb hurry’s. He made big plays on pressure downs he was double and triple team numerous play.
— Johnny Urrutia (@johnnyurrutia11) September 7, 2019
Collin Guggenheim – SR – Quarterback (John Curtis) LA -Army commit
He lead the charge for his team vs Edna Carr 99 yards rushing on 16 carries, combined with the quick-thinking decisions.
Jacobian Guillory – SR – Defensive Tackle (Alexandria) LA –
He is one of the best defensive lineman in the country if not the best, he had 2 sacks and 5 tackles last week.
@Jthabigboy What can I say about the #1 DT in Louisiana? Powerful, Quick, and Sound at the DL spot. He was the top DL at the SPE Elite National Camp. The 1v1 show that he put on was relentless. Remember the name Jacobian Guillory (LA) pic.twitter.com/qhRsXSO6SZ
— SPE Elite National Camp (@SPECamps) November 22, 2018
Robert Regan Jr. – JR – Defensive Back (Orange Lutheran) CA –
RJ came to SPE Elite National Camp and did a nice job last week getting a game winning INT vs Edison. His stat line was off the charts with making big plays 3 pbu’s, 3 tackles, and a game winning INT. He is one of the best DB in California with his ability to make plays.
Victory!!! RJ Regan picks off the hail marry and OLu with a crucial, gutsy, and gritty victory over Edison 17-14.
— OLu Football (@OLuFootball) September 7, 2019
Brent Jones – SR – Running Back (Ferris) WA –
The Jones family have been lights out at SPE Elite National Camp events. Jason Jones Sr. his uncle a Long Beach Poly legend, his cousin Jason Jones Jr. DB 2020, and Jack Jones Arizona St. DB (SPE MVP). Brent made his debut in Spokane, WA. He had 2TD’s, 60 yards, 2 tackles, 40 yard kick return vs Moses Lake High School.
Melchesidech Porter – JR – Quarterback (Hilldale) OK –
Porter put up numbers of 5-5 50 yard’s 1 TD passing 160 yds rushing 3 TD’s. Only played 1st quarter and 4 minutes in 3rd.
Thanks so much for the love enjoyed meeting you and being able to to complete in the @SPECamps some of the best Dbs and Wrs in the country were in attendance and Oklahoma boys @TheSheaDan showed Out. #Wps https://t.co/GrTAEFUMir
— Melchesidech Porter (@AFutureLegend) February 3, 2019
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