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2018 Boise State Recruiting Roundup: 10/15/17

Wyoming v Boise State Photo by Loren Orr/Getty Images

3 straight wins, and while they haven’t been the prettiest wins, they are still wins. The win against SDSU got even better this weekend with their loss to Fresno! Revenge wins are pretty nice too.

Let’s get to it.

Andrew VanBuren, RB, Caminade HS (West Hills, CA)

Chaminade throttled Alemany 45-0 on Friday, improving to 7-1. The scorekeeping for Chaminade is super weird. It seems like they only follow a couple players. I was, however, able to find an article noting that VanBuren had 23 carries for 163 yards and 2 TDs. Stats were also updated for the Loyola game in which Andrew had 14 carries for 54 yards. He has 157 carries for 1,004 yards (6.4 ypc) and 16 TDs on the season.

Chaminade takes on Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) on Friday, 10/27 at 7pm.

Scale Igiehon, DT, Del Valle HS (Del Valle, TX)

Del Valle lost to San Marcos 31-15 on Friday, dropping to 4-4 on the season. Stats aren’t available for the game.

Del Valle takes on Akins on Friday, 10/27 at 730pm.

Kukea Emmsley, DE, Kapolei HS (Kapolei, HI)

The loss to Kahuka was a playoff game, so presumably Kapolei’s season is done. Final stats for Kukea have not yet been compiled, but game highlights have been loaded.

Brandon Hawkins, LB, Georgetown HS (Georgetown, TX)

Georgetown lost a 27-28 heartbreaker to Cedar Park on Friday, moving to 6-2 on the year. While stats weren’t kept for Georgetown in the game, I was able to find that Brandon blocked a punt out of the back of the end zone, resulting in a safety. The Eagles lead 27-7 at the half.

Georgetown takes on Cedar Creek Friday, 10/27 at 730pm.

Zidane Thomas, RB, Centennial HS (Peoria, AZ)

Centennial moved to 9-0 after shutting out Willow Canyon 49-0 on Friday. Similarly to Chaminade, only a handful of players had stats available for them. I am having a hard time finding solid stats, but I know he had at least 2 touchdowns.

Centennial takes on Liberty on Friday, 10/27 at 7pm.

DJ Schramm, LB, Clovis West HS (Fresno, CA)

Clovis West handled Clovis East 35-6 on Friday, improving to 7-1. Stats were not available in the win. Stats for Dusty were also not available, but I believe he recovered a fumble.

The Golden Eagles take on Central on Friday, 10/27 at 7pm.

Philip Mills, LB, Paloma Valley HS (Menifee, CA)

Paloma Valley moved to 7-1 after beating Elsinore 42-21 on Friday. Phillip had 12 total tackles, 9 solo, in the win.

Paloma Valley will take on Perris on October 27th at 7pm.

Zachary Wilson, QB, Corner Canyon HS (Draper, UT)

Corner Canyon took down Jordan on Wednesday 31-14, staying a perfect 9-0. Wilson returned, but apparently he had an ankle inury, not a shoulder injury that was originally reported. I can’t find solid numbers for Zach, but he had two touchdowns in the win.

Corner Canyon begins playoff play against Bountiful this Friday, 10/27 at 4pm.

Keeghan Freeborn, OG, Rocky Mountain HS (Meridian, ID)

Rocky Mountain beat Centennial 47-12, improving to 7-2. Stats were not available, per usual.

Rocky Mountain takes on Post Falls this Saturday 10/28 at 7pm.

Kekaniokoa Gonzalez, C, Mater Dei HS (Santa Ana, CA)

Mater Dei moved into the #1 nationally ranked spot after a 45-3 dismantling of JSerra Catholic on Friday. Stats aren’t kept for O-linemen, but the Monarchs did have nearly 200 yards on the ground.

Mater Dei takes on Orange Lutheran on Friday, 10/27 at 7pm.

Cole Ramseyer, TE, Coeur d’Alene HS (Coeur d’Alene, ID)

CDA handled Post Falls on Friday 59-29, improving to 7-2 for the season. Cole had 4 tackles and a sack on defense, but the offensive stats weren’t available.

The schedule indicates that CDA has finished their regular season. I would imagine we will see a playoff schedule in the coming weeks.

Sorry for the late post. I got home pretty late last night from the game and it was a bit of a long day. Not great info this week either, but some decent highlights. It sounds like there were a lot of recruits at the game last night, so hopefully we see something out of that. Go Broncos!