[tps_title]Other linemen and Defensive Players[/tps_title]
— Jake Burton, El Cajon (Calif.) Granite Hills defensive end: The senior was on the winning end of a 25-24 victory against rival Steele Canyon on Friday night.
— Granitehillsfootball (@granitehillsfb) September 12, 2015
Burton talked earlier this week to Prep Pigskin Report about his commitment to Arizona.
— Bryson Cain, Temecula (Calif.) Oak Park offensive tackle: His team fell to 0-3 on Friday night with a 37-27 loss to Rancho Verde.
— Jacob Colacion, La Habra (Calif.) linebacker: Colacion’s La Habra team lost to Mission Viejo (Calif.) 24-14 to fall to 2-1 but he made an impressive pick when the Diablos had a fourth down play at the Highlanders’ 18.
— OC Sidelines (@OCSidelines) September 12, 2015
Jake Colacion interception for La Habra, on Mission Viejo 4th down try at LH 18. End of 3rd Q – Mission Viejo 17, La Habra 14 #ocvupdates
— Steve Fryer (@SteveFryer) September 12, 2015
— Michael Eletise, Honololu Kaiser, offensive lineman: As mentioned before, Eletise’s Kaiser team improved to 2-3 with its win over McKinley.
Eletise posted this CBS spot on his Twitter page referencing his interview about the “Marcus Mariota Effect” on recruiting in Hawaii:
— Michael Eletise (@MichaelEletise) September 11, 2015
— Isaiah Hayes, Calabasas (Calif.), safety: Hayes is in the foreground of this Tweet he sent out yesterday before Calabasas defeated West Adams 48-28 to improve to 3-0.
Just something light before we get this money pic.twitter.com/1k12d192RR
— Isaiah C. Hayes (@Hayes_Era30) September 12, 2015
— Gavin Robertson, Auburn (Wash.) Mountainview, safety: He had three tackles and deflected a pass in the Lions’ 55-14 over Steliacoom on Friday night.
— Markell Utsey, Little Rock (Ark.) Parkview, defensive tackle: Was part of a Parkview defense that shutout Fair 41-0 on Friday night. Parkview has outscored its first two opponents 97-7.
I come from a denim that dont fold
— Markell Utsey (@_50Problems) September 12, 2015
#LRParkview commits Kenyon Jackson (Illinois) & Markell Utsey (Arizona) would be LRSD’s 1st HSFB players to sign with FBS program since 2011
— Robert Yates (@RobertYates1982) August 14, 2015
— Jabari Watson, Fontana (Calif.) Summit, defensive tackle: A part of Summit’s 2-0 team after Friday’s 49-28 win over Miller.
Rivals.com reported this about Watson on Friday:
“Three-star defensive lineman Jabari Watson has been committed to Arizona since July 1 and the Fontana Summit recruit doesn’t think he will make any changes. Watson said he would be open to taking some other official visits but no other schools are really recruiting him since they know he’s basically set with the Wildcats. He doesn’t have a date yet for an Arizona official trip.”
— Az Wildcats on Scout (@ArizonaOnScout) September 2, 2015