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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Fri 14 May 2010, 4:43 am

The Beavs Have signed their 4th recruit of the 2018 season.
Mike Murphy DT 6'4 244lbs, Magee, Mississippi 5***** 1st ranked DT
Mike Chose Oregon State over Oklahoma and Auburn
Mike has been timed at 5.08 running the 40 and maxes out at 468lbs on the Bench Press, and 645lbs on the squat.
2009 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: DT Pos Rank: #1 Pos Rating: *****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Athleticism
Change of Direction
Quickness off Ball
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Techniques and Moves
Murphy might be the defensive tackle in the Class of 2018 with the highest ceiling. He is not as technically advanced as some of his classmates, but he is physically ahead of nearly all of them with his size, quickness, power and leverage. It's tough to find an area for improvement for Murphy, other than what ever player can work on, technique and strength. The total package at defensive tackle. Scott Kennedy - Scout.com.
Biography:
Murphy was named FSWA All-State First Team 1A, Mobile Register's Super Southeast 120 (#14), and selected to the Under Armour All-American Game.
Murphy is a dominating defensive tackle prospect that recorded 26 sacks and 108 (84 solo) tackles with 20 for a loss as a junior.
2018 Recruits
1. JUCO Jared Martin OG 6'4 375lbs 5*****, Union City, California
2. Andre Andrews CB 6'0 171lbs 4****, Berkley, Michigan
3. Bradley Sanders CB 6'2 182lbs 4****, Jefferson, Pennsylvania
4. Mike Murphy DT 6'4 244lbs 5*****, Magee, Mississippi
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Fri 14 May 2010, 11:31 am

The Beavs Have signed their 5th recruit of the 2018 season.
Bobby Powell FB 6'0 210lbs, Newark, California 4**** 1st ranked FB
Bobby Chose Oregon State over California and Tennessee
Bobby has been timed at 4.68 running the 40 and maxes out at 432lbs on the Bench Press, and 300lbs on the squat.
2018Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: FB Pos Rank: #1 Pos Rating: ****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Blocking Ability
Power
Toughness
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Hands
Powell runs and blocks like a bull in a china shop, he destroys whatever is in his path. He hits the hole quick and is very light on his feet for such a big back, he cuts just as well as most small backs. Once he hits the seem he has very good breakaway speed and switches the ball to the outside arm. He is a devastating lead blocker. Would like to see him run a little lower through the the line. Bob Lichtenfels/Scout.com
Biography:
Powell carried the ball 133 times for 1447 yards and 19 touchdowns as a junior. On defense he made 53 tackles, 11 tackles for loss, sacked the quarterback five times, had three interceptions and forced three fumbles. He was named Player of the Year by both the Newark News Post and the Gazette and also earned first-team All-Area, All-Conference and All-State honors at running back. He was named second-team All-Pacific at running back as well.
He bench presses 432 pounds, hang cleans 360 pounds, squats 300 pounds, has a 34-inch vertical leap and runs a 4.52 short shuttle.
Head Coach Rick Conner says:
Bobby is an outstanding college football prospect. He's big, fast, powerful and he loves the game. Bobby started on both sides of the ball the last two years as a running back and linebacker, a tribute to his natural ability. What separates Bobby from others is his athletic agility combined with his size and speed. He’s very versatile and can fill many roles. Bobby made a great jump in performance from last year to his junior year. He put himself at the top of the list in California and has become a national recruit. He can dominate a game on either offense or defense. Offensively, he can wear you down with his power or he can score on one play with his break-away speed from anywhere on the field. Bobby is very familiar with college athletics as both his parents were scholarship athletes. (His mother ran track for North Carolina and his father played nose guard for Virginia Tech.)
2018 Recruits
1. JUCO Jared Martin OG 6'4 375lbs 5*****, Union City, California
2. Andre Andrews CB 6'0 171lbs 4****, Berkley, Michigan
3. Bradley Sanders CB 6'2 182lbs 4****, Jefferson, Pennsylvania
4. Mike Murphy DT 6'4 244lbs 5*****, Magee, Mississippi
5. Bobby Powell FB 6'0 210lbs 4****, Newark, California
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sat 15 May 2010, 9:20 pm

The Beavs Have signed their 6th recruit of the 2018 season.
Justin Martin WR 6'3 175lbs, Monahans, Texas 3*** 22nd ranked WR
Justin Chose Oregon State over Iowa and Texas
Justin has been timed at 4.48 running the 40 and maxes out at 301lbs on the Bench Press, and 320lbs on the squat.
2010 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: WR Pos Rank: #22 Pos Rating: ***
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Ability To Beat Jams
Size
Toughness
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Hands and Concentration
Is a big bodied, physical wide receiver with good speed for a kid with his size. He can take short passes, break tackles and get into the open field. He has big, strong hands and can snatch passes out of the air, but needs to work on his consistency with catching the ball and will sometimes let passes get into his body. Is a good blocker and a tough, hard working kid.
Biography:
2017: One of the state's premier receivers, Martin finished his junior season with 34 catches for over 600 yards and eight touchdowns. Houston Chronicle All-County.
2018 Recruits
1. JUCO Jared Martin OG 6'4 375lbs 5*****, Union City, California
2. Andre Andrews CB 6'0 171lbs 4****, Berkley, Michigan
3. Bradley Sanders CB 6'2 182lbs 4****, Jefferson, Pennsylvania
4. Mike Murphy DT 6'4 244lbs 5*****, Magee, Mississippi
5. Bobby Powell FB 6'0 210lbs 4****, Newark, California
6. Justin Martin WR 6'3 175lbs 3***, Monahans, Texas
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Wed 19 May 2010, 9:35 am

The Beavs Have signed their 7th and 8th recruits of the 2018 season.
Edmond Smith WR 6'2 176lbs, Affton, Missouri 4**** 7th ranked WR
Edmond Chose Oregon State over Georgia and Ohio State
Edmond has been timed at 4.44 running the 40 and maxes out at 241lbs on the Bench Press, and 345lbs on the squat.
2018 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: WR Pos Rank: #7 Pos Rating: ****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Route-Running Skills
Running Ability
Strength
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Elusiveness with Catch
A powerful receiver that runs good routes to get himself separation, then has the power to break a tackle and take it the distance. He's more likely to break through a tackle than he is to make a defender miss, but with his size and balance, he's very likely to break that first tackle if his defender doesn't wrap up. Smith has terrific size and hands and should be counted on by his quarterback when a play is needed. Scott Kennedy, Scout.com.
Biography:
2017: Nine rushes for 78 yards; 56 receptions for 893 yards and eight touchdowns; AP All-State.
2016: The 6-foot-3, 180-pounder totaled 47 receptions for 1,151 yards (24.5 YPC) and 11 touchdowns while earning first-team all-conference and all-area honors.
Sports 4.4 speed and a 40+ inch vertical jump.

Anthony Williams QB 6'2 183lbs, La Marque, Texas, 5***** 1st ranked QB
Anthony Chose Oregon State over Ohio State and Cincinnati
Anthony has been timed at 4.76 running the 40 and maxes out at 247lbs on the Bench Press, and 360lbs on the squat
2018 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: QB Pos Rank: #1 Pos Rating: *****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Accuracy / Consistency
Arm Strength
Intangibles
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Running Ability / Mobility
A dropback passer with good mobility inside of the pocket, Williams has a big time arm. He can hit the deep out as well as anyone in the country while showing exceptional touch on short and intermediate routes. His mechanics are outstanding, and he shows great poise and leadership under pressure. He is a big quarterback that has the frame and toughness to make an early contribution on the next level. The total package. - Scott Kennedy, Scout.com
Biography:
Had a memorable 2017 junior season, when he was named the Gatorade National Player of the Year and won the Pete Maxwell Award for the top prep football player nationally. Threw for 3,560 yards and 35 touchdown passes in helping lead La Marque High to a share of the Trinity League title.
During his 2016 sophomore season, was named first-team all-state sophomore and was a finalist for state sophomore of the year. Named La Marque Highs Offensive MVP and threw for 1,349 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Started as a freshman for La Marque High Threw for 1,685 yards on 126-of-220 passing and 10 touchdown passes. Was the first freshman to ever start at QB for the vaunted La Marque High.
2018 Recruits
1. JUCO Jared Martin OG 6'4 375lbs 5*****, Union City, California
2. Andre Andrews CB 6'0 171lbs 4****, Berkley, Michigan
3. Bradley Sanders CB 6'2 182lbs 4****, Jefferson, Pennsylvania
4. Mike Murphy DT 6'4 244lbs 5*****, Magee, Mississippi
5. Bobby Powell FB 6'0 210lbs 4****, Newark, California
6. Justin Martin WR 6'3 175lbs 3***, Monahans, Texas
7. Edmond Smith WR 6'2 176lbs 4****, Affton, Missouri
8. Anthony Williams QB 6'2 183lbs 5*****, La Marque, Texas
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Thu 20 May 2010, 12:02 pm

The Beavs Have signed their 9th recruit of the 2018 season.
Richard Brown SS 6'2 212lbs, Buena Park, California 4**** 10th ranked SS
Richard Chose Oregon State over Florida and Oregon
Richard has been timed at 4.58 running the 40 and maxes out at 390lbs on the Bench Press, and 330lbs on the squat.
2018 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: S Pos Rank: #10 Pos Rating: ****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Anticipation
Burst Out Of Breaks
Closing Speed
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Backpedal Quickness
Brown is as good as it gets at the safety position. He can run, jump, cover, hit, he is just an all around player that fits naturally in the position. He has savvy and instincts beyond his years.
Biography:
Analysis by Baron Flenory Jr. - Midland Regional Manager
Playing his high school football in California, S Richard Brown has not received the hype that he deserves and that probably won't change considering the fact that he has recently ended his recruitment by committing to Oregon State. And while hardcore recruitniks tend to move once a player commits, it should be known that, though he may be out of sight and out of mind, you will be hard pressed to find a better safety in this years class.
STRENGTHS
Patience/Anticipation: Brown takes his time. He is never in a hurry or rushed. He reads his keys and gets to where he needs to be. When watching Brown, I was blown away by his initial reaction to the ball being snapped; he bounces. That may not seem like a huge deal but it is. It is the difference between a 5 yard gain and a stop at the LOS. If you give ground or backpedal immediately when the ball is snapped (before reading your keys) you give guards time to pull, tackles time to get to the second level, and holes time to open. By bouncing you are closer to the action. Football is a game of inches and Brown takes away your inches.
Change of Direction: Brown does a good job of playing with good pad level which helps him in and out of his cuts. Also, his patience seems to keep him under control. It looks as if he is gliding at times because he moves and changes directions so effortlessly.
Burst Out of Breaks: Piggy backing on his pervious strength, Brown explodes when he changes directions.
Closing Speed: WOW; pretty much sums it up. When you combined Brown's body control in his change of direction, his extreme acceleration when getting in and out of his breaks, and his top end speed, you get a player that can run down almost anything. He runs the alley like a pro. It is truly awesome to watch.
WEAKNESS
Backpedal Quickness: Brown doesn't have a smooth quick backpedal. He is more of an open and run player. He will need to work on playing from a back pedal so that he doesn't open his hips and commit himself when in man coverage. There will come a time when he won't be able to bounce and catch and carry a route. The more comfortable he is in a backpedal, the better off he will be down the line.
STATS
2016 (So.) - First team all-district after racking up 105 tackles.
2017 (Jr.) - Earned AP second team all-state honors while garnering 114 stops, four picks, three forced fumbles and two recoveries, helping lead Buena Park to the 4A state semifinals.
2018 Recruits
1. JUCO Jared Martin OG 6'4 375lbs 5*****, Union City, California
2. Andre Andrews CB 6'0 171lbs 4****, Berkley, Michigan
3. Bradley Sanders CB 6'2 182lbs 4****, Jefferson, Pennsylvania
4. Mike Murphy DT 6'4 244lbs 5*****, Magee, Mississippi
5. Bobby Powell FB 6'0 210lbs 4****, Newark, California
6. Justin Martin WR 6'3 175lbs 3***, Monahans, Texas
7. Edmond Smith WR 6'2 176lbs 4****, Affton, Missouri
8. Anthony Williams QB 6'2 183lbs 5*****, La Marque, Texas
9. Richard Brown SS 6'2 212lbs 4****, Buena Park, California
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sat 29 May 2010, 9:52 am

The Beavs Have signed their 1st recruit of the 2019 season.
Joseph Tanner QB 6'2 208lbs, Killeen, Texas 4**** 7th ranked QB
Joseph Chose Oregon State over Oregon and Texas
Joseph has been timed at 4.56 running the 40 and maxes out at 235lbs on the Bench Press, and 255lbs on the squat.
2010 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: QB Pos Rank: #7 Pos Rating: ****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Poise and Leadership
Running Ability / Mobility
Touch
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Technique
Athletic quarterback with inate ability to feel pressure and elude defenders. Has good change of direction and is very elusive. Has a nice arm and can make all the throws. Needs work mechanically, but shows good touch on his passes, particularly the deep ball. Is a very smart and poised player who is cool under pressure and in the clutch. Shows good command of the offense and understanding of the game. - Allen Trieu
Biography:
2018: Tanner was 98-of-170 pass attempts for 1,886 yards, 26 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He added 115 carries for 1,401 yards and 22 touchdowns.
2017: As a sophomore at Houston High, he passed for 1000 yards and rushed for 475. Transferred to Killeen High for his junior season.
Lead Killeen High to the state championship game last year, passing for 1,886 yards (98 for 170), 26 touchdowns and seven interceptions and rushing for 1,401 yards and 22 touchdowns.
Tanner: "I can get away from defenders and my strongest attribute is my confidence. I know I can get the ball down the field. I'm pretty strong up top and can really throw. I'm also really fast and I got fourth at the Nationals in the 55m high hurdles (7.97).
"I'd really like to improve on everything. I want to get smarter on the field and I want to read the defense better. I'm a student of the game and love to keep learning."
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sat 29 May 2010, 9:56 am

does this mean your no longer recruiting that other QB? lol
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sat 29 May 2010, 9:57 am

i'm still going for him....can never have too many good QBs
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sat 29 May 2010, 10:07 am

damn it lol
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Wed 02 Jun 2010, 7:25 pm

The Beavs Have signed their 2nd recruit of the 2019 season.
John Cannon OG 6'3 273lbs, Stuart, Florida 4**** 11th ranked OG
John Chose Oregon State over Florida State and Auburn
John has been timed at 5.06 running the 40 and maxes out at 450lbs on the Bench Press, and 665lbs on the squat.
2019 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: OG Pos Rank: #11 Pos Rating: ****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Aggresiveness / Tenacity
Drive Blocking Skills
Explosion
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Pass Protection
Extremely effective run blocker with incredible upper-body strength. Once he latches on, the result is usually a win. Has a high number of pancakes and really finishes blocks well. Has solid feet and transfers energy through above-average core. Outstanding 2nd and 3rd-level blocker has the flexibility to play either OT or OG--Burke Hayes
Biography:
Cannon accounted for 58 knockdown blocks during his senior season. He missed four games with an ankle injury. News-Press First Team OL, FSWA 3A First Team All-State, U.S. Army All American Game, All-Area First Team, Mobile Press Register's Super Southeast 120.
One of the top interior line prospects in the entire state this season, John Cannon will be a three year starter at Naples this fall. He was the team's top lineman for their Class 3A state championship team (16-0) in 2018. Cannon gave up only one sack all year. He says he can bench press an impressive 450 pounds and squat 665.
Cannon reports a 2.9 core GPA and a 19 ACT.
Cannon: "I have great agility and footwork. I can finish my blocks and that's really what college coaches say they like most about me. I also don't take a play off and don't stop until the guy is on the ground.
"I want to improve my flexibility and have a better stance and explosion off the ball. I work out Monday through Friday and we train hard. I'm always running and lifting."
2019 Signees
1. QB Joseph Tanner 6'2 208lbs, Killeen, Texas, 4****
2. OG John Cannon 6'3 273lbs, Stuart, Florida, 4****


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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Thu 03 Jun 2010, 8:04 pm

The Beavs Have signed their 3rd recruit of the 2019 season.
Louis Wheeler HB 5'8 186lbs, Carmichael, California 4**** 18th ranked HB
Louis Chose Oregon State over Notre Dame and Florida State
Louis has been timed at 4.50 running the 40 and maxes out at 325lbs on the Bench Press, and 350lbs on the squat.
2019 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: RB Pos Rank: #18 Pos Rating: ****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Acceleration
Speed
Cutback Ability
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Size
Wheeler is a definite home run threat when he touches the ball. He has great patience in finding the hole and then explodes through it with cat like quickness. He has tremendous cutting ability and sometimes is able to make the man trying to defend him look like he is standing still. -Greg Powers
Biography:
2019 (Sr.): 5,802 career yards in four years, 68 touchdowns (school record); 1,905 yards, 23 touchdowns on 248 carries. Wheeler was Parade All-American, All-State.

2018 (Jr.): 1,628 yards with 20 touchdowns.

2017 (Soph.):1,462 yards with 19 touchdowns.

2016 (Freshman): 807 yards with six touchdowns.
Senior: Wheeler rushed for over 200 yards and four touchdowns in only two games (1-1).
Wheeler: "I have great vision. That's my biggest strength. I can also read defenses good and I have the ability to get by the defender. I think I'm a Joe McKnight (USC running back)-type. I can be used in many different ways.
"I'm hoping to grow about two more inches. If I keep taking my vitamins and stuff, I think it'll happen. I'm also trying to get faster and work on my quickness. I'm always trying to get better and in the off-season I've just focused on running and hitting the weights."
2019 Signees
1. QB Joseph Tanner 6'2 208lbs, Killeen, Texas, 4****
2. OG John Cannon 6'3 273lbs, Stuart, Florida, 4****
3. HB Louis Wheeler 5'8 186lbs, Carmichael, California 4****
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Tue 08 Jun 2010, 4:24 am

The Beavs Have signed their 4th and 5th recruits of the 2019 season.
Aaron Johnson DE 6'6 273lbs, Woodbridge, New Jersey 3*** 36th ranked DE
Aaron Chose Oregon State over Virginia Tech and Illinois
Aaron has been timed at 4.80 running the 40 and maxes out at 432lbs on the Bench Press, and 645lbs on the squat.
2019 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: DE Pos Rank: #36 Pos Rating: ***
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Athleticism
Size
Strength
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Intensity/Effort
Big-bodied defensive end, Johnson has tremendous size and strength. Needs to bring the effort consistently.
Biography:
Found ineligible to play high school football in North Carolina due to living in the wrong district and transferred to New Jersey to play the final part of his senior season after previously transferring from Northern Guilford (N.C.).
Aaron Johnson finished his junior season at Page High School in North Carolina with 75 solo tackles. He says he can bench 432-pounds, squat 645 and claims a 38-inch vertical jump. Did not finish his junior season at Page.
Johnson plans on majoring in entertainment technology or business management and reports a 2.8 core GPA and is taking the SAT for the first time in October.
Johnson: “I love to observe and listen. I’m big on the mental part of the game. I love being coached and learning about football."
“I think I’ve got a lot of great athletic ability and potential. I have a lot of natural talent but just need to learn more and put it all together. If I get any faster, it would be scary.”

Brian Ford Athlete 5'11 193lbs, Mission, Kansas 5***** 3rd ranked ATH
Brian Chose Oregon State over Virginia Tech and Illinois
Brian has been timed at 4.42 running the 40 and maxes out at 277lbs on the Bench Press, and 230lbs on the squat.
2019 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: ATH Pos Rank: #3 Pos Rating: *****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Anticipation
Body Control
Instincts
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Size
Big, physical and versatile on his high school team. He plays wide receiver on offense, safety on defense and punts on special teams. He has great instincts and can make the big plays in a game. He performs in all four quarters and uses his physcial nature to intimidate the opponent.
2019 Signees
1. QB Joseph Tanner 6'2 208lbs, Killeen, Texas, 4****
2. OG John Cannon 6'3 273lbs, Stuart, Florida, 4****
3. HB Louis Wheeler 5'8 186lbs, Carmichael, California 4****
4. DE Aaron Johnson 6'6 273lbs, Woodbridge, New Jersey 3***
5. ATH Brian Ford 5'11 193lbs, Mission, Kansas 5*****
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sun 13 Jun 2010, 2:22 am

The Beavs Have signed their 6th,7th,8th, and 9th recruits of the 2019 season.
Mark Mathis HB 6'0 205lbs, Williamston, North Carolina 5***** 5th ranked HB
Mark Chose Oregon State over Illinois and Iowa
Mark has been timed at 4.50 running the 40 and maxes out at 354lbs on the Bench Press, and 340lbs on the squat.

J.T. Goddard DT 6'5 291lbs, Warren Michigan, 4**** 9th ranked DT
J.T. chose Oregon State over Michigan and Notre Dame
J.T. has been timed at 4.76 running the 40 and maxes out at 468lbs on the Bench Press, and 630lbs on the squat.

Dustin Broussard OLB 6'3 211lbs, Beaver Dam(He had to become a Beav), Wisconsin, 4**** 8th ranked OLB
Dustin Chose Oregon State over Wisconsin and Oklahoma
Dustin has been timed at 4.54 running the 40 and maxes out at 456lbs on the Bench Press, and 630lbs on the squat.

John Smith CB 5'10 160lbs, Pacifica, California 4**** 9th ranked CB
John Chose Oregon State over North Carolina and Ohio State
John has been timed at 4.48 running the 40 and maxes out at 259lbs on the Bench Press, and 225lbs on the squat.
2019 Signees
1. QB Joseph Tanner 6'2 208lbs, Killeen, Texas, 4****
2. OG John Cannon 6'3 273lbs, Stuart, Florida, 4****
3. HB Louis Wheeler 5'8 186lbs, Carmichael, California 4****
4. DE Aaron Johnson 6'6 273lbs, Woodbridge, New Jersey 3***
5. ATH Brian Ford 5'11 193lbs, Mission, Kansas 5*****
6. HB Mark Mathis 6'0 205lbs, Williamston, North Carolina, 5*****
7. DT J.T. Goddard 6'5 291lbs, Warren Michigan, 4****
8. OLB Dustin Broussard 6'3 211lbs, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, 4****
9. CB John Smith 5'10 160lbs, Pacifica, California, 4****
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sun 13 Jun 2010, 4:32 am

The Beavs Have signed their 10th recruit of the 2019 season.
Victor Clarke CB 5'11 186lbs, San Leandro, California 4**** 22nd ranked CB
Victor Chose Oregon State over Cincinnati and Georgia
Victor has been timed at 4.52 running the 40 and maxes out at 253lbs on the Bench Press, and 250lbs on the squat.
2019 Signees
1. QB Joseph Tanner 6'2 208lbs, Killeen, Texas, 4****
2. OG John Cannon 6'3 273lbs, Stuart, Florida, 4****
3. HB Louis Wheeler 5'8 186lbs, Carmichael, California 4****
4. DE Aaron Johnson 6'6 273lbs, Woodbridge, New Jersey 3***
5. ATH Brian Ford 5'11 193lbs, Mission, Kansas 5*****
6. HB Mark Mathis 6'0 205lbs, Williamston, North Carolina, 5*****
7. DT J.T. Goddard 6'5 291lbs, Warren Michigan, 4****
8. OLB Dustin Broussard 6'3 211lbs, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, 4****
9. CB John Smith 5'10 160lbs, Pacifica, California, 4****
10. CB Victor Clarke 5'11 186lbs, San Leandro, California, 4****
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Fri 18 Jun 2010, 6:55 am

The Beavs Have signed their 1st recruit of the 2020 season.
Brett Bailey WR 6'0 168lbs, Stillwater, Oklahoma 4**** 9th ranked WR
Brett Chose Oregon State over Oklahoma and LSU
Brett has been timed at 4.50 running the 40 and maxes out at 265lbs on the Bench Press, and 310lbs on the squat.
2020 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: WR Pos Rank: #9 Pos Rating: ****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Competitiveness
Route-Running Skills
Size
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Strength
Bailey is deceptively quick in and out of his breaks. He is an outstanding route runner. He is a very competitive player that often leads by example and has a very strong desire to win. He possesses an outstanding frame, just needs to fill it out and add more muscle mass. Has a knack for making the spectacular catch. Very solid weapon in the red zone.--Bob Lichtenfels/East Recruiting Analyst
Biography:
Brett Bailey caught 41 passes for 655 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior. He says he can bench 265-pounds, squat 310 and claims a 39-inch vertical jump.
Final senior (14-1) stats: 27 catches for 12 touchdowns and eight punt returns for scores
Bailey plans to major in business management and reports a 2.6 core GPA and a 15 ACT, which he is retaking in December.
Bailey: “I run great routes. I have good footwork. I’d say I’m pretty quick and I kind of compare myself to Chad Johnson (Chad Ochocinco, star wide receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals). I approach the game like him and try to go for everything.
“I want to get stronger and bulk up. I think that would help me taking on bigger defensive backs. I also want to be more physical fighting for the ball.”
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Mon 28 Jun 2010, 11:01 pm

The Beavs Have signed their 2nd recruit of the 2020 season.
Chad Baker SS 5'11 173lbs, Barrow, Alaska 4**** 3rd ranked SS
Chad Chose Oregon State over Oregon and Nebraska
Chad has been timed at 4.56 running the 40 and maxes out at 354lbs on the Bench Press, and 350lbs on the squat.
2020 Scout.com HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: S Pos Rank: #3 Pos Rating: ****
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
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Instincts
Tackling Ability
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Closing Speed
Size
One of the most instinctive players in the country, Baker isn't usually the biggest or fastest player on the field, he's just usually the best. He has the knack for being in the right place at the right time, and adjusts well to a ball in the air. He's a physical safety that is excellent in run support as well. He lacks ideal measureables, but seems to make a play whenever he's needed - Scott Kennedy, Scout.com
2020 Signees
1 WR Brett Bailey 6'0 168lbs, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 4****
2 SS Chad Baker 5'11 173lbs, Barrow, Alaska, 4****
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