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No. 3: Chandler vs. Bishop Gorman

No. 4: Suwanee (Ga.) Peachtree Ridge at Lawrenceville (Ga.) Archer
No. 5: Bishop Amat vs. Mater Dei
No. 6: Manvel vs. Houston Westfield
No. 7: Hallandale vs. Cedar Grove
No. 8: Gardena Serra vs. Corona Centennial
No. 9: Cass Tech vs. Martin Luther King
No. 10: Good Counsel vs. De Paul Catholic is counting down 10 can't-miss matchups this fall in high school football -- games so loaded with future Division I talent that it's basically a preview of a future college football Saturday.
Checking in at No. 3 today: Chandler (Ariz.) at Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman on Aug. 29
Chandler Prospects
N'Keal Harry
WR N'Keal Harry - The five-star wide receiver has stopped by Arizona, Arizona State and USC this year, and has his sights set on officially visiting Texas A&M and Washington during the season.
ATH Chase Lucas - Lucas recently pegged hometown Arizona State as his top contender, but he also has raved about UCLA in the past. He intends to use all five official visits before making a decision.
QB Mason Moran - Moran, who mostly played safety last year, is committed to Oregon State.
CB Kyree Woods - Woods is committed to San Diego State.
WR Kolby Taylor (2017) - Taylor has early offers from Arizona State, Louisville, Nevada, New Mexico State and Oregon State.
Bishop Gorman Prospects
Tate Martell
OL Julio Garcia - Garcia, the OL MVP at the Rivals Camp Series Presented by Under Armour stop in Las Vegas earlier this year, is committed to UNLV.
OL Jaron Caldwell - Caldwell is committed to UNLV.
QB Tate Martell (2017) - The No. 1 dual-threat quarterback in his class plans to announce his commitment Aug. 20 among Alabama, Michigan, Texas A&M, USC and Washington. He visited the Aggies most recently.
WR Tyjon Lindsey (2017) - Lindsey, No. 20 overall in his class, camped with Oregon and holds offers from Arizona State, Texas Tech, UNLV, USC, Utah, Utah State and Washington.
DT Haskell Garrett (2017) - UCLA, UNLV, USC, Utah, Utah State, Washington and Washington State have already offered the Rivals100 prospect.
DB Damuzhea Bolden (2017) - The four-star safety almost committed to Oklahoma State recently, but appears to be holding out for other options to pop up. Bolden also camped with Arizona State and USC this summer.
CB Alex Perry (2017) - Perry is committed to Arizona State, but camped with Oklahoma State and USC this summer as he keeps aiming for more offers.
RB Biaggio Ali-Walsh (2017) - The grandson of boxing legend Muhammad Ali holds early offers from Louisville and UNLV.
Looking Ahead
Chase Lucas
The versatility of Lucas, the four-star athlete that amassed over 1,500 yards of total offense last season, could prove to be a key factor in this one. At certain points he could match up against Perry, a possible future college teammate, and on the defensive side Lucas could guard Lindsey, whom he might see in the Pac-12 down the road.
Texas A&M might be the most interested program given the presence of Martell, the fleet-footed quarterback that has drawn comparisons to Johnny Manziel, and Harry, the top-rated prospect in Arizona for the 2016 class. The Aggies have raided the Grand Canyon State the last two cycles, signing Kyle Allen and Christian Kirk.
Tyjon Lindsey
Chandler head coach Shaun Aguano:
"Bishop Gorman is a nationally ranked team and we are excited for the challenge. I personally know Kenny Sanchez and he is a great coach. They have incredible athletes and a very good quarterback returning. They remind me of St. John Bosco a few years back when we played them. We will need to play disciplined football and play with intensity. I am excited for our kids to play such a great school."
Bishop Gorman head coach Kenny Sanchez:
"Well, we have always had a great rivalry with Arizona schools the past four years going 2-2 against their schools. Adding Chandler to the schedule keeps that same competitive rivalry alive. They return a great group of talented players that will pose a serious challenge for us. They are a very well-coached team with a lot of team speed."
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