Tucson High School Sports

Southern Arizona Class of 2021 Football Scholarship Offers


A total of 54 known Southern Arizona football players in the Class of 2021 have received scholarship offers to play football at the collegiate level.

Eight schools have at least three players in which a college has offered a scholarship.

  • Cienega 12
  • Ironwood Ridge 5
  • Walden Grove 5
  • Buena 4
  • CDO 3
  • Nogales 3
  • Sabino 3
  • Salpointe 3

Four players have committed:

Notable:

  • Cienega DT Hunter Schlagel is a local prospect who has a Division I offer — from FCS school NAU. He has also picked up an offer from Division II power Augusta (Sioux Falls, S.D.) in addition to Southwest Minnesota State, Washburn and Western New Mexico. Tarleton State is the last to offer him a scholarship on Sept. 4.

The following is a list of high school seniors in Southern Arizona who have either committed or have been offered a scholarship to advance their skills to the college level. School in bold and CAPS shows commitment:

Buena

OT Dominic Avant, 6-5, 280

  • Trine

RB Isaac Benoit, 5-9, 180

  • Arizona Christian
  • Carthage
  • Concordia-Chicago
  • Cornell College
  • Culver-Stockton
  • Oberlin
  • Simpson
  • St. Olaf
  • Whittier

OT Anthony Hodges, 6-1, 265

  • Norwich

RB Tory Walters, 5-10, 180

  • Baldwin-Wallace
  • Carthage
  • Culver-Stockton
  • Elmhurst
  • Monmouth
  • Puget Sound
  • Whitworth
  • Wooster

Canyon del Oro

DE/LB Chase Randall, 6-1, 255

  • SIOUX FALLS

RB Stevie Rocker, 6-0, 185

  • ARIZONA
  • Brigham Young
  • California
  • Nevada

FS Ethan Seppala, 6-2, 160

  • Concordia (Minn.)
  • Hamline
  • Wisconsin-River Falls

Catalina Foothills

TE Garrick Krautz, 6-3, 220

  • Concordia (Minn.)
  • Hamline

Cholla

WR/DB Moses Nelson, 5-10, 155

  • Hamline

Cienega

Cienega has 11 players with scholarship offers (Javier Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

SS Sebastian Felix, 6-0, 180

  • Drake
  • Morehead State
  • South Dakota School of Mines
  • Southwest Minnesota State
  • Valparaiso
  • Washburn

SS CJ Flores, 5-11, 185

  • Carleton
  • Monmouth
  • Sewanee
  • Simpson
  • St. Francis (Ill.)
  • St. Olaf
  • Trine
  • Trinity International
  • Whittier

LB Josiah Flores, 5-8, 200

  • Culver-Stockton
  • Trine

WR/DB Charles Hamm III, 5-11, 170

  • Culver-Stockton
  • St. Olaf

C Andrew Husfelt, 6-3, 270

  • Culver-Stockton
  • Morehead State
  • Simpson
  • Washburn

WR Caleb Kidney, 6-1, 170

  • Culver-Stockton
  • Trine

RB Gabe Levy, 5-11, 185

  • Sioux Falls
  • Washburn
  • Western New Mexico

CB Qwestin Litz, 5-10, 150

  • Concordia (Minn.)

DT Hunter Schlagel, 6-2, 278

  • Augustana
  • Northern Arizona
  • Southwest Minnesota State
  • Tarleton State
  • Washburn
  • Western New Mexico

LB Dillon Silva, 6-0, 190

  • Simpson

CB Kenny Slade, 5-10, 170

  • Culver-Stockton
  • Whittier

LB Isaiah Webb, 5-11, 220

  • Southwest Minnesota State
  • Western New Mexico

Desert View

LB Anton Jamero, 5-10, 220

  • Culver-Stockton
  • Ripon

RB Jacob Ramirez, 5-9, 200

  • Culver-Stockton
  • Whittier

Empire

ATH Yani Brown, 5-10, 165

  • Florida Valley
  • North Florida

Ironwood Ridge

QB Chase Cassel, 5-9, 150

  • ST. NORBERT

FS Dylan Cook, 6-3, 205

  • Carroll
  • Morehead State
  • Northern State
  • South Dakota School of Mines

DT Scott French, 5-11, 260

  • Culver-Stockton
  • Hamline
  • Oberlin
  • Simpson

QB Peyton Pelletier, 6-2, 190

  • Clarke
  • Concordia (Minn.)
  • Culver-Stockton
  • Finlandia
  • Greenville
  • Hamline
  • Kalamazoo
  • Lake Forest
  • Millikin
  • Norwich
  • Olivet
  • Simpson
  • St. Norbert
  • Trine

WR Thomas Smith, 6-2, 180

  • Kalamazoo
  • Simpson

Marana

LB Mateo Campos, 5-10, 180

  • Culver-Stockton

WR/FS Kai Spencer, 6-3, 170

  • Benedictine
  • Concordia
  • Millikin

Mountain View

QB Giovanni Ciaccio, 6-1, 170

  • North Florida

LB Daylin Smith, 6-1, 210

  • Western New Mexico
  • Ripon

Nogales

CB Heriberto Barnett, 5-6, 161

  • Culver-Stockton
  • Kalamazoo
  • Luther
  • Millikin
  • St. Norbert
  • Trinity

WR Ricky Hanlan IV, 5-11, 175

  • Concordia-Chicago
  • Culver-Stockton
  • St. Norbert
  • Trine

LB Rene Urias Jr., 5-6, 200

  • Grinnell

Sabino

OT/DT Adam Brauer, 6-5, 300

  • Benedictine

QB AJ Skaggs, 6-1, 200

  • Augustana
  • Sioux Falls
  • Whittier

WR Kaleb Markley, 5-10, 160

  • Culver-Stockton

Sahuarita

QB Gabriel Elias, 5-10, 155

  • Simpson

CB Tanner-James Friend, 5-10, 150

  • Concordia (Minn.)
  • Wisconsin-River Falls

Sahuaro

OG Jonah Miller, 6-6, 260

  • OREGON
  • Arizona
  • Arizona State
  • Colorado
  • Florida
  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • Oklahoma State
  • Penn State
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • USC
  • Utah
  • Washington
  • Washington State

Salpointe

RB David Cordero, 5-11, 190

  • Hamline
  • Morehead State
  • Southwest Minnesota State

DB/WR Parker Pelletier, 5-11, 180

  • Trine
  • Simpson
  • St. Norbert
  • Concordia (Minn.)
  • UW-River Falls
  • Sewanee/ University of the South
  • Norwich University
  • Hamline
  • Kalamazoo
  • Monmouth
  • Lake Forest
  • Greenville
  • Culver-Stockton
  • Graceland
  • Clarke

DE Brees McCraren, 6-0, 245

  • Concordia (Minn.)
  • Culver-Stockton
  • Hamline
  • St. Norbert
  • Trine
  • Whittier
  • Wisconsin-River Falls

Sunnyside

WR Anthony Galvez, 5-10, 165

  • Simpson

LB Andrew Gonzalez, 5-10, 190

  • Culver-Stockton

Tucson

WR/SS Daniel Becerra, 6-2, 200

  • Hamline

WR/DB Elias Johnson, 6-0, 180

  • Southwest Minnesota State

Walden Grove

LB Sebastian Adamski, 6-0, 220

  • Concordia (Minn.)
  • Cornell College
  • Drake
  • Lake Forest
  • Luther
  • Pacific-Oregon
  • Southwestern University
  • Whittier

PK Adrian Alvarado, 5-9, 165

  • Clarke
  • Concordia (Minn.)
  • Cornell College
  • Culver-Stockton
  • Luther
  • Millikin
  • Otterbein
  • Saint John’s (Minn.)
  • Simpson
  • Trine

WR/CB Joseph Armstrong, 5-8, 160

  • Albright
  • Concordia
  • Culver-Stockton

WR Alex Culbertson, 5-9, 145

  • Culver-Stockton
  • Trine

WR Ty McDermott, 6-3, 188

  • Benedictine (Kansas)
  • Carleton
  • Concordia (Minn.)
  • Culver-Stockton
  • Kalamazoo
  • Millikin
  • Otterbein
  • Pacific-Oregon
  • Simpson
  • St. Norbert
  • St. Olaf
  • Trine


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