Not gonna lie, when Rypien pulled off the PERFECT fumblerooski, I about lost it in the press box. I kept my cool, but I was crying tears of joy on the inside. I bet I wasn't the only one either. We had a TON of official and unofficial recruits on hand for the dismantling of Hawaii last night. Hooo nelly did the boys in blue ever put on a show! Let's touch base on the future Broncos, shall we?
Nick Crabtree, TE, Huntington Beach HS (Huntington Beach, CA)
Crabtree was in Boise to check out the digs and watch Hawaii crumble. The Oilers had a bye this week, but return to action against Marina on Friday.
Ohhhhh baby pic.twitter.com/jdpMHSZuMq— 8⃣Ocho Cuatro4⃣ (@Nicktree4) October 3, 2015
Damarea Crockett, RB, Little Rock Christian Academy (Little Rock, AR)
The Warriors got the dub against Harrison, winning 58-21 and staying a perfect 5-0. Crockett had 16 carries for 134 yards (8.4 ypc) and 3 TDs. LCRA plays Vilonia this Friday.
Tyson Maeva, ILB, Cathedral Catholic High School (San Diego, CA)
CCHS beat Eastlake 35-19 on Friday, improving to 3-3. As usual, not stats are available for Tyson. Tyson traveled to Boise after his game to take a official to the blue with 5 other commits. The Dons travel to Damonte Ranch on Friday, looking to move to 4-3.
Just touched down in Idaho!— Tyson Maeva (@tyson_maeva) October 3, 2015
Reid Harrison-Ducros, CB, Heritage High School (Colleyville,TX)
Reid was with Nick on a visit to check out the campus and his future home this weekend. The Panthers had a bye this week and will visit Haltom Friday.
Desmond Williams, OLB, Centennial High School (Corona, CA)
The #3 team in the nation improved to 5-0 on the year after whooping Valencia 59-7 on Friday. No stats were available for Williams. Centennial travels to King on Friday.
Ezra Cleveland, OT, Bethel HS (Spanaway, WA)
The Braves lost their first game of the season to Mountain View 42-28 on Friday. They are now 4-1 on the season. No stats were available for Ezra. Bethel looks to bounce back at Emerald Ridge on Friday. *UPDATE* Ezra had 8 tackles against Mountain View.
Julian Carter, WR, Saguaro High School (Scottsdale, AZ)
Saguaro held off Mountain Ridge on Friday, winning 30-22, improving to 4-2 on the year. Julian had 4 receptions for 58 yards in the win. Julian was also on an official visit Saturday. Saguaro travels to Desert Mountain on Friday.
Robert Mahone, RB, Prosper High School (Prosper, TX)
Prosper didn't fare too well on Thursday, dropping one to McKinney North 46-18. Mahone had 8 rushes for 59 yards (7.4 ypc) and tacked on 3 receptions for 7 yards as well. The Eagles look to bounce back on Friday against Wylie East.
Kole Bailey, OT, Twin Falls High School (Twin Falls, ID)
The Bruins beat Canyon Ridge on Friday 34-13, improving to 6-1 on the year. No stats were available for Kole. He traveled to Boise on Saturday on an unofficial. Twin Falls travels to Minico this Friday.
Headed up for my unofficial!! #GoBroncos— Kole Bailey (@KoleBailey) October 3, 2015
Robert Lewis, CB, Hawkins High School (Los Angeles, CA)
Robert was also in town for the game on Saturday. Hawkins had a bye this week, but returns to play at Manual Arts on Friday.
The Commits @rducros27 @Nicktree4 Can't wait till the others get here pic.twitter.com/LF3qS1jG6p— RobLew✈️ (@21_LOCKS) October 2, 2015
Chase Hatada, DT, Rocklin High School (Rocklin, CA)
The Thunder lost to Oak Ridge on Friday 38-22, moving to 3-2 on the season. Chase returned to action, contributing with a tackle. Rocklin looks to get back in the win column in Friday, traveling to Del Oro.
Micah Wilson, QB, Lincoln Christian High School (Tulsa, OK)
LCHS worked over Sperry Friday 49-7, staying perfect on the year. Micah was 16-23 for 241 yards with 1 TD and 1 INT to go along with 8 rushes for 110 yards and 2 TDs. Total, he was responsible for 351 yards of offense and 3 TDs. He also had 2 tackles. The Bulldogs play Webster on Friday.
All in all, a great week for the Broncos. A HUGE win and stellar performance by the team, tons of recruits on hand to witness, and great plays being made all week by our future players. Until next week, GO BRONCOS!