Watch this highlight clip from the 2013 IMG 7v7 National Championship in Bradenton, Florida. Top 2014, 2015 & 2016 recruits competed for the coveted IMG Championship rings & Team Tampa came out on top.
Day one at the IMG 7v7 National Championship gave CLA our first glimpse at what the competition is like down in Florida. Going undefeated in the first day of action, South Florida Express looked cruised through their bracket. The Express' stingy defense only gave up 9 points over the first two games and 2014 quarterback Sean White was on target throughout the day.
Watch Dwight Williams Top 10 Plays from his junior season at Serra High School (CA). Williams currently has offers from top BCS college football programs such as Florida, UCLA, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Miami, Michigan, Tennessee and many others.
The latest West Coast recruit to get an offer from the SEC is Serra HS 2014 linebacker Dwight Williams. The U.S. Army All-American Bowl game nominee has offers from several top BSC programs. You can now throw Tennessee into the fold.
"I talked to coach Thigpen who came in from Auburn. He left Auburn and then offered me when he got to Tennessee," Dwight told CLA Sports today.
Williams' current offers include: UCLA, Cal, Nebraska, Oregon State, Arizona State, Boise State, Texas Tech, Washington and Washington State.
January’s friendship with USC defensive tackle and former Taft standout Antwaun Woods could give the Trojans a potential advantage.
“Antwaun, I talk to him a lot actually, me and him are pretty cool, good friends. Actually he kind of told me Coach (Coach Kevin O'neill) would really like to have me come down here... I have no problem, I would love to be at USC…if it works out it works out,” he told CLA Sports.
January's athleticism has drawn the attention of several top college basketball programs since his decommitment from UTEP. He currently holds offers from Memphis, UNLV, USC, SDSU, Oregon, New Mexico State, New Mexico and several other programs.
Watch these highlights from Taft High School's opening round victory in the 2012 CIF State Basketball Playoffs over visiting Clovis West. Taft's outstanding senior Anthony January was the human highlight reel, once again. Head Coach Jason Hart's Toreadors came away with the victory, 84-54 and will face Bullard High School in round two.
Marlin Lane (RB/2011) is ready to prove naysayers wrong during his senior season at Mainland High School, even though he's been told he doesn't even need to. The senior-to-be running back, who committed to Clemson last year, was advised that he could sit out his entire senior year and still have his offer on the table. Lane is recovering from a late season knee injury that required surgery in December of last year and says that he's ahead of schedule in the recovery process. Lane is currently ranked #42 overall on Rivals100 2011 football recruits list.