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24-7's All Sleeper Team
Southwest Recruiting Analyst
Posted Oct 24, 2010
Some of these players you may have never heard of but show a lot of promise. Some may live in the middle of nowhere, play for a small school, some may be playing out of position, or some just may be inexperienced. What ever the reason, they have no offers. 24-7 breaks down our All-Sleeper Team.
- Sunnyslope- 6-2 210- Big and has an absolute cannon.
- Marcos de Niza- 5-11 175- Can't argue with his productivity this year. He has continued right where Abreu left off.
- Mt. Ridge- 5-9 190- Has the bloodlines and is having a great senior year.
- Desert Ridge- 6-3 200- Is giant and productive in DR's spread offense.
- Florence- 6-0 200- Is a man amongst boys at the small school level.
- Pinnacle- 6-3 230- Probably is a DE at the next level but Walters is a smart kid (above 4.0 GPA) and plays hard.
- Chaparral- 6-4 255- Chaparral placed two OTs last year that were just one year starters and I think they have another one. Has added a ton of weight to his frame, carries a 4.2 GPA and is athletic. He will get an offer.
- Liberty- 6-2 280- Plays the game how it is supposed to be played. Whoever looks past his height will get a darn good football player.
- Washington- 6-2 260- Might be the best OL no one is talking about. Gets after, has good bloodlines (brother plays at
) and has a good frame.
- Westview- 6-0 280- Very productive and smart two-way player. See what I said about Seefeldt when it comes to height issue.
- Mohave- 6-5 285- Not many have traveled to see this big man but he has a frame that can't be coached.
- Notre Dame- 6-5 215- Hasn't played a whole lot of football but has a tremendous frame, plays in the backfield and has a motor.
- Chaparral- 6-3 255- We have talked about him before, he has changed his body and is playing well.
- Chaparral- 6-2 240- Doesn't have ideal size but plays hard and has been very productive.
- Chandler - 6-5 210- Is thin but has a frame and can really run.
- Hamilton- 5-11 190- Just flatout makes plays.
- Mesa- 6-2 200- Grades have kept him from earning a D1 ride because there is no doubt he is a baller.
- Chaparral- 6-0 210- Plays in the middle but his size will probably move him outside in college. Makes a lot of plays.
- Notre Dame- 6-1 190- Not sure why no one has offered him yet. Kid is exactly the type of player you want on your team. Tough smart and has good size.
- McClintock- 6-3 185- Is athletic and looks the part but plays on a struggling McClintock squad.
- Centennial- 5-11 165- Tough corner that can play the run.
- Centennial- 5-11 175- Plays mostly LB but his size will move him to safety at the next level.
- Willow Canyon- 6-2 170- Had 50+ range but tore ACL.
- Mesquite- 5-9 180- One of the state's leading punters has taken some soccer recruiting visits.
- Central- 5-9 180- Can play on either side of the ball.
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