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17 hours ago, Eddyr2 said:

QB hasnt been DLS issue the last 3 year...it's their center...hope the kid who starts next year starts drinking some protein shake before the open...

The last two  sbg games he had 3 snaps over the punter's head. I can't ever recall having seen one before, though throughout years I'm sure it's happened. Definitely  a weak spot,   like you have repeatedly brought up. Way under sized.

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17 hours ago, Eddyr2 said:

QB hasnt been DLS issue the last 3 year...it's their center...hope the kid who starts next year starts drinking some protein shake before the open...

Why, does SJB have a huge nose tackle? 

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37 minutes ago, AztecPadre said:

Why, does SJB have a huge nose tackle? 

Bosco plays an even front 

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19 hours ago, Eddyr2 said:

QB hasnt been DLS issue the last 3 year...it's their center...hope the kid who starts next year starts drinking some protein shake before the open...

Their last 3 QB before Hale was one that were converted from another position and two were converted baseball players. And Hale was a soph last season. The ship is being righted.

 

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Corona (Calif.) Centennial always has plenty of weapons at the receiver position and Aaron Smith is a guy we think should be very productive this fall.

Smith had a solid junior season, hauling in 19 catches for 316 yards and three touchdowns. At 6-0, 205 pounds, Smith has a strong frame, runs well and is good after the catch.

 

He’s a natural pass catcher with good timing on jump balls and does a nice job making catching through contact. He’s a very good blocker as well and has made positive strides this off-season in adding size, strength and burst. 

On the recruiting front, Smith camped with USC over the weekend and has also visited UCLA, UC Davis, Azusa Pacific and will attend a Satellite Camp at Redlands later this month. 

We saw Smith at the Husky’s College Showcase last month and thought he performed very well. He has added about 10 pounds of good weight in the off-season and looks noticeably faster as well. 

 

“The schools reaching out the most right now are UC Davis, San Diego, Yale and Cal,” Smith said. “June has been a busy month for me but I’m just trying to work hard and impress the colleges coaches the best I can.”

Centennial looks loaded again and should be among the top teams both out west and nationally. Smith is part of one of the top wide receiver groups in the state and the Husky's should light up the scoreboard this fall. 

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29 minutes ago, Ararar said:

Centennial looks loaded again and should be among the top teams both out west and nationally. Smith is part of one of the top wide receiver groups in the state and the Husky's should light up the scoreboard this fall. 

They have a freshman DB coming in that’s 6’1 175 and he already has an offer to Oregon.  Good running back/OLB coming in too.  I wouldn’t be surprised if both see a lot of varsity action.

I think they’ll be okay offensively other than the rotating QB’s which I’m not a fan of.  The defense however, is not going to be at all like last year.  They lost 6 of their seven best defenders to graduation.  D Line other than Foreman will all be wet behind the ears.  LB’s on the smaller side and only one CB with much experience returning.  They’re gonna need to score a lot against the good teams.

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57 minutes ago, On2whls said:

They have a freshman DB coming in that’s 6’1 175 and he already has an offer to Oregon.  Good running back/OLB coming in too.  I wouldn’t be surprised if both see a lot of varsity action.

I think they’ll be okay offensively other than the rotating QB’s which I’m not a fan of.  The defense however, is not going to be at all like last year.  They lost 6 of their seven best defenders to graduation.  D Line other than Foreman will all be wet behind the ears.  LB’s on the smaller side and only one CB with much experience returning.  They’re gonna need to score a lot against the good teams.

Here's to hoping that Cen10 can outgun MD or SJB this year like they did in 2014 and 2015 and came so close to doing in 2016.

That's the Cen10 Smelly likes. 

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27 minutes ago, Belly Bob said:

Here's to hoping that Cen10 can outgun MD or SJB this year like they did in 2014 and 2015 and came so close to doing in 2016.

 That's the Cen10 Smelly li

I would love to see that but realistically they’re at least a couple years out from that.  Hopefully the studs they have coming in won’t be TL transfer bait.

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15 hours ago, On2whls said:

I would love to see that but realistically they’re at least a couple years out from that.  Hopefully the studs they have coming in won’t be TL transfer bait.

I can tell you this there is a handful of transfers that are reportedly coming in that will make a difference this year including a QB who will compete for the starting job.  

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3 hours ago, SoCalFball said:

I can tell you this there is a handful of transfers that are reportedly coming in that will make a difference this year including a QB who will compete for the starting job.  

Logan is very loyal to 4year in the program guys.  In 2014 Ketteringham who is a much better QB than Catalano had to split time.  In 2015, it was the Catalano show despite having McKee on the bench.  Colt Fulton transferred out knowing there was very little chance he would see playing time as a Junior, other than garbage time reps.  If a QB is coming in having a shot at starting, he would have to be a special talent.  They got a decent LB from Corona but otherwise I’m not aware of any impact guys.  

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First day of summer practice starts Monday you might see some new faces are they big names kids with a bunch of offers no but they have a offers and could turn out to be players like Retzlaff last season. 

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48 minutes ago, SoCalFball said:

First day of summer practice starts Monday you might see some new faces are they big names kids with a bunch of offers no but they have a offers and could turn out to be players like Retzlaff last season. 

Unless it’s in San Clemente, ain’t no way I can see.  I hope you’re right.  We need more in D than O though.

You could have travelled to Nepal and consulted with the most sagacious old monk on the highest peak and he wouldn’t have been able to predict Retzlaf’s impact.  The kid deserves a shot at the next level.

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