SoCal Offer Sheet – Class of ’17

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Throughout 2016, High School Football America will keep an ongoing list of Southern California high school football players that receive scholarship offers from FBS and FCS schools.

SoCal Class of 2017 Offer Sheet

Martin Andrus, DE (Los Angeles HS) – Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Illinois, LSU, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, Tennessee, UCLA, USC, Washington, Washington State

Terrell Bynum, WR (St. John Bosco) –  Washington verbal, Arizona, Arizona State, Boston College, Colorado, Colorado State, Illinois, Louisville, Miami (FL), Michigan, Nebraska, Oklahoma, San Diego State, Tennessee, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington State

Jacob Callier, DE (St. John Bosco) – Arizona, Arizona State, Boston College, Hawaii

Stephen Carr, RB (Summit) – USC verbal, Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Louisville, LSU, Miami (FL), Michigan, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Tennessee, UCLA, Washington, Washington State

Brian Casteel, WR (Charter Oak) – Arizona, Washington State

Kaymen Cureton, QB (Leuzinger) – San Jose State verbal, Alabama, Boston College, Colorado State, Hawaii, LSU, Nevada, New Mexico, San Diego State, South Carolina

Wyatt Davis, OT (St. John Bosco) – Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Auburn, Cal, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, LSU, Miami (FL), Michigan, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Oklahoma, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas A&M, UCLA, USC, Washington

Hunter Echols, DE (Cathedral) – UCLA verbal, Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas,Boston College, Cal, Fresno State, Iowa State, Oregon State, San Jose State, USC, Utah, Washington, Washington State

Chuck Filiaga, OT (Vista Murrieta) – Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Baylor, Florida, Fresno State, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa State, Maryland, Miami (FL), Michigan, Mississippi State, Missouri, NC State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Oregon, Oregon State, San Jose State, South Carolina, TCU, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, USC, Utah, Washington, Washington State

Chase Garbers, QB (Corona del Mar) – Arizona State, Boise State, Boston College, Brown, Cal, Colorado State, Cornell, Hawaii, Illinois, Purdue, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, Washington State, Yale

Tristan Gebbia, QB (Calabasas) – Nebraska verbal, Alabama, Arizona State, Colorado State, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami (FL), Nebraska, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Syracuse, Utah, Washington, Washington State, West Virginia

Fa’avae Fa’avae, LB (Mater Dei) – Arizona State, Boston College, Hawaii, Louisville

Elijah Gates, DB (Buena Park) – Cal, Cincinnati, Colorado, Colorado State, Notre Dame, Oregon, TCU, UCLA, Washington State

Thomas Graham, CB (Rancho Cucamonga) – Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, BYU, Cal, Colorado, Illinois, Louisville, LSU, Notre Dame Oklahoma, Oregon, Oregon State, San Jose State, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington, Washington State

Darren Hall, CB (Rancho Cucamonga) – Colorado, Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon State, UNLV, Utah

Jeremiah Hawkins, ATH (Buena Park) –  Cal verbal, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, Maryland, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon State, UNLV, Utah, Washington, Washington State, Weber State

Elijah Hicks, DB/WR (La Mirada) – Air Force, Arizona, Arizona State, Boston College, BYU, Cal, Colorado, Colorado State, Oregon State

Berkeley Holman, ATH (St. John Bosco) – Utah

Darnay Holmes, CB (Calabasas) – Alabama, Arizona, Cal, Clemson, Colorado State, Florida State, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami (FL), Michigan, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, San Diego State, Stanford, Tennessee, UCLA, Utah, Washington, Washington State

Greg Johnson, ATH (Hawkins) – Arizona, Arizona State, Boston College, Cal, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Louisville, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Oregon, Oregon State, San Jose State, South Carolina, Tennessee,  Texas A&M, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington, Washington State

Keyshawn Johnson Jr., WR (Calabasas) – Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Cal,  Clemson, Florida State, Kansas State, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami (FL), Mississippi State, Nebraska, Ohio State, Ole Miss, San Diego State, SMU, Syracuse, Tennessee, UCLA, USC, Utah, Wake Forest, West Virginia

Rahyme Johnson, LB (Salesian) – UCLA verbal, Nebraska, Utah, Washington, Washington State

Taariq Johnson, WR (Buena Park) – Baylor, Cal, Maryland, Miami (FL), Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio, Tennessee, Washington

Dylan Lemle, QB (Hawkins) – Idaho verbal, Boston College, UTEP

Deommodore Lenoir, CB (Salesian) – Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Boston College, Cal, Colorado, Miami (FL), Michigan, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Oklahoma, Oregon State, Syracuse, Tennessee, UCLA, Utah, Washington, Washington State

Chris Lewis, CB (Canoga Park) – San Jose State

Joseph Lewis, WR (Hawkins) – Arizona, Baylor, Cal, Colorado State, Maryland, Miami (FL),  Michigan, Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, San Diego State, San Jose State, USC

Tyjon Lindsey, WR (Corona Centennial) – Arizona, Arizona State, Nevada, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, UCLA, UNLV, USC,  Utah, Utah State, Washington State

Tyler Lytle, QB (Servite) – Boston College, Cal, Colorado, Colorado State, Columbia, Fresno State, Hawaii, Illinois, Miami (FL), Oregon State, Temple, UNLV, Vanderbilt, Washington State

Brandon McKinney, S (Orange Lutheran) – Arizona State, Boston College, UCLA, Washington

Brett Neilon, C (Santa Margarita) – Arizona, Arizona State, Boston College, Cal, Duke, Hawaii, Michigan, South Carolina, UCLA, Virginia, Washington, Washington State

Colby Parkinson, TE (Oaks Christian) – Stanford verbal, Arkansas, Cal, Georgia, Michigan, Nebraska, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Texas A&M, UCLA, USC, Washington, Washington State

Jaelen Phillips, DE (Redlands East Valley) – Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Stanford, UCLA, Washington

Keanan Ray, OL (Sierra Canyon) – UCLA verbal, Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Colorado State, Hawaii, Indiana, Louisville, San Diego State, San Jose State, Tennessee, Texas A&M, UNLV, Utah, Washington State

Jaylon Redd, CB (Rancho Cucamonga) – Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Colorado, Michigan, Oklahoma, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington, Washington State

Moses Robinson-Carr, TE (Antelope Valley) – Colorado State, Tennessee, Utah

Osiris St. Brown, WR (Mater Dei) – Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, Colorado, Illinois, Kentucky, Miami (FL), Michigan, Michigan State, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Stanford, Texas Tech, UCLA, USC, Utah, Vanderbilt, Washington, Washington State

Jack Sears, QB (San Clemente) – Arizona, Arizona State, Boston College, Cal, Central Florida, Colorado, Cornell, Dartmouth, Duke, Hawaii, Kansas State, North Carolina, Northwestern, Oregon State, San Diego State, Tennessee, Texas A&M, UCLA, USC, Utah, Vanderbilt, Washington, Washington State

Rhedi Short, S (Cathedral) – UCLA verbal, Washington, Washington State

Nick Sipe, QB (Villa Park) – Boise State, Colorado State, Northern Arizona, Old Dominion

Javaris Steward, DE (Pomona) – Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, UCLA, USC

Josh Talbott, LB (Long Beach Poly) – Arizona, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, UCLA, Washington State

Keith Taylor, CB (Servite) – Washington verbal, Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, San Jose State, Utah

Vic Terry, LB (Hawkins) – Ball State

Bryan Thompson, WR (Rancho Verde) – Colorado, UNLV, Washington

Nathan Tilford, ATH (Upland) – Arizona, Arizona State, Michigan, Nebraska, UCLA, USC

Tayari Venable, CB (Rancho Cucamonga) – Washington State verbal, Eastern Washington

Mekhi Ware, CB (Culver City) – San Jose State

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Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America.Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet.Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.