Destruction. Domination. Demolition.
These are just a few of the words that come to mind from last nights performance. The Broncos executed in every facet of the game, and Holani cemented himself as THE best true freshman in the Mountain West.
Let’s see how our future Broncos fared.
Isaiah Bradford, S, Redlands East Valley HS (Redlands, CA)
REVHS’s season is over, going winless at 0-10. Based on available stats, Bradford finished the year with 23 total tackles, 16 solo, and 2 passes defended before his season ended due to injury. Right now, it sounds like the plan is to grayshirt Bradford as he has not yet had surgery to repair his ACL, with his planned enrollment being January 2021. We’ll have to see how that plays out.
Brandon Hernandez, OL, Yucaipa HS (Yucaipa, CA)
Brandon’s season is over after his Thunderbirds finished 3-7. Brandon, while playing offense, picked up some stats on defense. He had 29 total tackles, 12 solo, 1 qb hurry and 1 pass defended. Final season highlights for Brandon aren’t yet available, but I’ll update when they are.
Russell Corrigan, TE, Hutchinson Senior HS (Hutchinson, MN)
Hutchinson lost to BHAMASPAS 22-16, ending their season at 11-1. Still no stats available for Corrigan.
Donovan Clark, CB, Lincoln HS (Tacoma, WA)
Lincoln beat MPHS 56-21 this week, improving to 10-2 and moving on to the semifinals of the Washington 3A State Football Playoffs. No stats for Donovan were available in the win.
The Abes next opponent is Eastside Catholic (10-1) on Saurday, 11/30, time TBD.
Kaonohi Kaniho, CB, Kahuku HS (Kahuku, HI)
Kahuku edged Campbell 21-19 in the semifinals of the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championships. Kahuku improves to 9-3. No stats are available for Kaonohi.
Kahuku takes on nationally ranked #4 St. Louis (11-0) Friday, 11/29, at 7:00pm.
Nathan Cardona, OG, Yorba Linda HS (yorba Linda, CA)
Yorba Linda lost to St. Paul in the quarterfinals on Friday 16-28, finishing at 10-2 for the year. Stats are not generally kept for offensive lineman.
Robert Cooper, DE, Bethel HS (Spanaway, WA)
Bethel barely lost to Kennewick Friday 20-21, moving to 8-4 for the year. Stats for him aren’t available in the win. The loss ends Bethel’s playoff run. Cooper’s stats, while incomplete, are solid: 32 tackles, 5 tackles for loss and 6 sacks through 7 games.
Nick Booker-Brown, DT, Westfield HS (Houston, TX)
Westfield beat Tomball Memorial 36-26on Friday, improving to 11-1. Stats weren’t available in the win. Booker-Brown only has stats for the first 4 games, in which he has 22 total tackles, 13 solo, 5 tackles for loss, and 3 sacks.
The Mustangs play Midway (10-3) this Friday, 11/29, at 7:00pm. This will be the regionals round of 2019 Football Conference 6A D2 Playoffs.
LaTrell Caples, WR, Lancaster HS (Lancaster, TX)
The Tigers wrecked McKinney North 58-28 on Thursday, moving to 10-2. Stats weren’t available in the win. Per his video below, though, he had 7 catches for 160 yards and 2 TDs in the first half.
The Tigers play Independence (10-2) this Friday, 11/29 at 7:00pm. This will be the regionals round of 2019 Football Conference 5A D1 Playoffs
Boise State commit Latrell Caples goes to work on the sideline and scores a 67 yard TD against McKinney North. He is up to 7 catches 160 yards 2TDs. Still the first half. pic.twitter.com/oUx8g2f7wC— the dude (@skillscoachmarc) November 23, 2019
Riden Leong, OT, Orange Coast College (Honolulu, HI)
The Pirates were shut out by Southwestern 0-41 on Saturday, moving to 1-9. Stats aren’t generally kept for offensive lineman.
The Pirates season is over.
Chance Luper, WR, Fort Worth Christian HS (North Richlands Hills, TX)
The Cardinals lost to Dallas Christian 21-46 on Friday, moving to 5-6 and ending their playoff . Stats for Chance in the ‘19-’20 season are not yet available.
The Broncos travel to Colorado State this week in what shouldn’t be a crazy game. The Broncos clinched a spot in the MW championship game against Hawaii on Dec. 7th at Albertson’s Stadium. I assume we see Henderson again this week and potentially a lot of backup time to keep starters healthy for the MWC championship. Keep you eyes peeled for more GO BRONCOS tweets. Signing day is not far away and we still have plenty of roster spots.