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22. DL Garrett HughesClick 21. OLB Victor EguClick 20. OL Gunnar GrahamClick 19. WR Michael GarnerClick 18. LB/DE Beau HershbergerClick 17. QB Jalen GreeneClick 16. WDE Austin HooperClick 15. OLB David MoffittClick 14. RB Marques RodgersClick 13. LB Dwight WilliamsClick 12. RB Gerard WicksClick 11. TE/DE John MundtClick 10. LB Cameron SmithClick 9. WR/S John SmithClick 8. OLB Michael HutchingsClick 7. QB Jared GoffClick 6. LB Dylan KeeneyClick 5. CB Iman MarshallClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link., 6-0/175, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: Marshall could be one of the best 2015 cornerbacks in the West, if not the entire country. He has outstanding size and is much more comfortable playing corner than safety. He has excellent anticipation and vision once the ball is in the air, plus he can come up and lead with his shoulder to knock the pass away once the receiver catches it. Some Pac-12 offers have come in, and AlabamaClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link., LSUClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link. and others are showing interest. Here to view this Link., 6-5/210, Granite Bay (Calif.): Keeney was one of the biggest surprises from Friday night's action as Granite Bay defeated Long Beach Poly. He returned an interception for a touchdown and was seemingly all over the place in Granite Bay's loaded linebacker corps. The 2014 prospect said he isn't hearing from any programs yet, but he could be this offseason. He's productive, fast, has great size and is a disciplined linebacker. Here to view this Link., 6-4/190, Kentfield (Calif.) Marin Catholic: The main thing about Goff's game that stands out is that he's poised in the pocket, can lead an offense down the field and always seems to make the right read. He's an intelligent and capable quarterback, and once he's surrounded by top-level receivers at Cal things could get even better. He patiently makes plays and seems comfortable sitting in the pocket and dissecting defenses. Sometimes Goff is still a little wild with his passes, but that's because he's trying to make plays. In Cal's offense, Goff could be a special quarterback. Here to view this Link., 6-2/210, Concord (Calif.) De La Salle: The four-star USCClick 7. QB Jared GoffClick 6. LB Dylan KeeneyClick 5. CB Iman MarshallClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link., 6-0/175, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: Marshall could be one of the best 2015 cornerbacks in the West, if not the entire country. He has outstanding size and is much more comfortable playing corner than safety. He has excellent anticipation and vision once the ball is in the air, plus he can come up and lead with his shoulder to knock the pass away once the receiver catches it. Some Pac-12 offers have come in, and AlabamaClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link., LSUClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link. and others are showing interest. Here to view this Link., 6-5/210, Granite Bay (Calif.): Keeney was one of the biggest surprises from Friday night's action as Granite Bay defeated Long Beach Poly. He returned an interception for a touchdown and was seemingly all over the place in Granite Bay's loaded linebacker corps. The 2014 prospect said he isn't hearing from any programs yet, but he could be this offseason. He's productive, fast, has great size and is a disciplined linebacker. Here to view this Link., 6-4/190, Kentfield (Calif.) Marin Catholic: The main thing about Goff's game that stands out is that he's poised in the pocket, can lead an offense down the field and always seems to make the right read. He's an intelligent and capable quarterback, and once he's surrounded by top-level receivers at Cal things could get even better. He patiently makes plays and seems comfortable sitting in the pocket and dissecting defenses. Sometimes Goff is still a little wild with his passes, but that's because he's trying to make plays. In Cal's offense, Goff could be a special quarterback. Here to view this Link. commitment finished with about 100 tackles in his senior season, and it's no wonder he put up such nice statistics because Hutchings flies all over the field to make plays. He seems to know where the play is headed before the ball is snapped, and Hutchings has no problem moving across the field to make the tackle. He's fast but also a big hitter and was really impressive on Saturday night. Here to view this Link., 6-1/185, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: He's got a boring name but definitely not a boring game. "JuJu" Smith could be a special talent in the 2014 class, and with UCLA and others involved in his recruitment, things could be looking up for him. He was sidelined for some of the first half with an apparent shoulder injury but had a beautiful touchdown catch between two defenders in the second half. Smith also looked good at safety, where he came up and wasn't afraid to pop receivers. Here to view this Link., 6-3/220, Granite Bay (Calif.): Smith is a 2015 prospect but already has a full-grown beard and speaks like an adult -- thoughtful, intelligent and poised. He plays a smart game, too, filling holes immediately, using his size to make tackles, and it's plain to see he's a thinker on the field. This isn't a sophomore with great size who gets lost in the shuffle against a good opponent. Smith has a great frame and a great future because some Pac-12 schools have already shown interest. After seeing him play, it's easy to see why. Here to view this Link., 6-5/235, Modesto Central Catholic: The three-star prospect looked stronger and more physically developed than he did at the Oakland NIKE Camp, and it could help him get on the field earlier in college. Committed to OregonClick 10. LB Cameron SmithClick 9. WR/S John SmithClick 8. OLB Michael HutchingsClick 7. QB Jared GoffClick 6. LB Dylan KeeneyClick 5. CB Iman MarshallClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link., 6-0/175, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: Marshall could be one of the best 2015 cornerbacks in the West, if not the entire country. He has outstanding size and is much more comfortable playing corner than safety. He has excellent anticipation and vision once the ball is in the air, plus he can come up and lead with his shoulder to knock the pass away once the receiver catches it. Some Pac-12 offers have come in, and AlabamaClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link., LSUClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link. and others are showing interest. Here to view this Link., 6-5/210, Granite Bay (Calif.): Keeney was one of the biggest surprises from Friday night's action as Granite Bay defeated Long Beach Poly. He returned an interception for a touchdown and was seemingly all over the place in Granite Bay's loaded linebacker corps. The 2014 prospect said he isn't hearing from any programs yet, but he could be this offseason. He's productive, fast, has great size and is a disciplined linebacker. Here to view this Link., 6-4/190, Kentfield (Calif.) Marin Catholic: The main thing about Goff's game that stands out is that he's poised in the pocket, can lead an offense down the field and always seems to make the right read. He's an intelligent and capable quarterback, and once he's surrounded by top-level receivers at Cal things could get even better. He patiently makes plays and seems comfortable sitting in the pocket and dissecting defenses. Sometimes Goff is still a little wild with his passes, but that's because he's trying to make plays. In Cal's offense, Goff could be a special quarterback. Here to view this Link., 6-2/210, Concord (Calif.) De La Salle: The four-star USCClick 7. QB Jared GoffClick 6. LB Dylan KeeneyClick 5. CB Iman MarshallClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link., 6-0/175, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: Marshall could be one of the best 2015 cornerbacks in the West, if not the entire country. He has outstanding size and is much more comfortable playing corner than safety. He has excellent anticipation and vision once the ball is in the air, plus he can come up and lead with his shoulder to knock the pass away once the receiver catches it. Some Pac-12 offers have come in, and AlabamaClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link., LSUClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link. and others are showing interest. Here to view this Link., 6-5/210, Granite Bay (Calif.): Keeney was one of the biggest surprises from Friday night's action as Granite Bay defeated Long Beach Poly. He returned an interception for a touchdown and was seemingly all over the place in Granite Bay's loaded linebacker corps. The 2014 prospect said he isn't hearing from any programs yet, but he could be this offseason. He's productive, fast, has great size and is a disciplined linebacker. Here to view this Link., 6-4/190, Kentfield (Calif.) Marin Catholic: The main thing about Goff's game that stands out is that he's poised in the pocket, can lead an offense down the field and always seems to make the right read. He's an intelligent and capable quarterback, and once he's surrounded by top-level receivers at Cal things could get even better. He patiently makes plays and seems comfortable sitting in the pocket and dissecting defenses. Sometimes Goff is still a little wild with his passes, but that's because he's trying to make plays. In Cal's offense, Goff could be a special quarterback. Here to view this Link. commitment finished with about 100 tackles in his senior season, and it's no wonder he put up such nice statistics because Hutchings flies all over the field to make plays. He seems to know where the play is headed before the ball is snapped, and Hutchings has no problem moving across the field to make the tackle. He's fast but also a big hitter and was really impressive on Saturday night. Here to view this Link., 6-1/185, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: He's got a boring name but definitely not a boring game. "JuJu" Smith could be a special talent in the 2014 class, and with UCLA and others involved in his recruitment, things could be looking up for him. He was sidelined for some of the first half with an apparent shoulder injury but had a beautiful touchdown catch between two defenders in the second half. Smith also looked good at safety, where he came up and wasn't afraid to pop receivers. Here to view this Link., 6-3/220, Granite Bay (Calif.): Smith is a 2015 prospect but already has a full-grown beard and speaks like an adult -- thoughtful, intelligent and poised. He plays a smart game, too, filling holes immediately, using his size to make tackles, and it's plain to see he's a thinker on the field. This isn't a sophomore with great size who gets lost in the shuffle against a good opponent. Smith has a great frame and a great future because some Pac-12 schools have already shown interest. After seeing him play, it's easy to see why. Here to view this Link., Mundt did not do much in the state bowl championship game because his team mainly ran the ball with great success and blew out a lesser opponent. Mundt had a nice 42-yard catch and run across the middle; that was his lone highlight. He got good penetration from his stand-up defensive end spot, but the running back hardly ran to his side so not many tackles were possible. Here to view this Link., 5-11/195, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: Wicks was bottled up by Granite Bay's array of outstanding linebackers, but there were times when he broke free for nice runs. He does a nice job of being patient until the blockers open a hole, and then the Washington StateClick 11. TE/DE John MundtClick 10. LB Cameron SmithClick 9. WR/S John SmithClick 8. OLB Michael HutchingsClick 7. QB Jared GoffClick 6. LB Dylan KeeneyClick 5. CB Iman MarshallClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link., 6-0/175, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: Marshall could be one of the best 2015 cornerbacks in the West, if not the entire country. He has outstanding size and is much more comfortable playing corner than safety. He has excellent anticipation and vision once the ball is in the air, plus he can come up and lead with his shoulder to knock the pass away once the receiver catches it. Some Pac-12 offers have come in, and AlabamaClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link., LSUClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link. and others are showing interest. Here to view this Link., 6-5/210, Granite Bay (Calif.): Keeney was one of the biggest surprises from Friday night's action as Granite Bay defeated Long Beach Poly. He returned an interception for a touchdown and was seemingly all over the place in Granite Bay's loaded linebacker corps. The 2014 prospect said he isn't hearing from any programs yet, but he could be this offseason. He's productive, fast, has great size and is a disciplined linebacker. Here to view this Link., 6-4/190, Kentfield (Calif.) Marin Catholic: The main thing about Goff's game that stands out is that he's poised in the pocket, can lead an offense down the field and always seems to make the right read. He's an intelligent and capable quarterback, and once he's surrounded by top-level receivers at Cal things could get even better. He patiently makes plays and seems comfortable sitting in the pocket and dissecting defenses. Sometimes Goff is still a little wild with his passes, but that's because he's trying to make plays. In Cal's offense, Goff could be a special quarterback. Here to view this Link., 6-2/210, Concord (Calif.) De La Salle: The four-star USCClick 7. QB Jared GoffClick 6. LB Dylan KeeneyClick 5. CB Iman MarshallClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link., 6-0/175, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: Marshall could be one of the best 2015 cornerbacks in the West, if not the entire country. He has outstanding size and is much more comfortable playing corner than safety. He has excellent anticipation and vision once the ball is in the air, plus he can come up and lead with his shoulder to knock the pass away once the receiver catches it. Some Pac-12 offers have come in, and AlabamaClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link., LSUClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link. and others are showing interest. Here to view this Link., 6-5/210, Granite Bay (Calif.): Keeney was one of the biggest surprises from Friday night's action as Granite Bay defeated Long Beach Poly. He returned an interception for a touchdown and was seemingly all over the place in Granite Bay's loaded linebacker corps. The 2014 prospect said he isn't hearing from any programs yet, but he could be this offseason. He's productive, fast, has great size and is a disciplined linebacker. Here to view this Link., 6-4/190, Kentfield (Calif.) Marin Catholic: The main thing about Goff's game that stands out is that he's poised in the pocket, can lead an offense down the field and always seems to make the right read. He's an intelligent and capable quarterback, and once he's surrounded by top-level receivers at Cal things could get even better. He patiently makes plays and seems comfortable sitting in the pocket and dissecting defenses. Sometimes Goff is still a little wild with his passes, but that's because he's trying to make plays. In Cal's offense, Goff could be a special quarterback. Here to view this Link. commitment finished with about 100 tackles in his senior season, and it's no wonder he put up such nice statistics because Hutchings flies all over the field to make plays. He seems to know where the play is headed before the ball is snapped, and Hutchings has no problem moving across the field to make the tackle. He's fast but also a big hitter and was really impressive on Saturday night. Here to view this Link., 6-1/185, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: He's got a boring name but definitely not a boring game. "JuJu" Smith could be a special talent in the 2014 class, and with UCLA and others involved in his recruitment, things could be looking up for him. He was sidelined for some of the first half with an apparent shoulder injury but had a beautiful touchdown catch between two defenders in the second half. Smith also looked good at safety, where he came up and wasn't afraid to pop receivers. Here to view this Link., 6-3/220, Granite Bay (Calif.): Smith is a 2015 prospect but already has a full-grown beard and speaks like an adult -- thoughtful, intelligent and poised. He plays a smart game, too, filling holes immediately, using his size to make tackles, and it's plain to see he's a thinker on the field. This isn't a sophomore with great size who gets lost in the shuffle against a good opponent. Smith has a great frame and a great future because some Pac-12 schools have already shown interest. After seeing him play, it's easy to see why. Here to view this Link., 6-5/235, Modesto Central Catholic: The three-star prospect looked stronger and more physically developed than he did at the Oakland NIKE Camp, and it could help him get on the field earlier in college. Committed to OregonClick 10. LB Cameron SmithClick 9. WR/S John SmithClick 8. OLB Michael HutchingsClick 7. QB Jared GoffClick 6. LB Dylan KeeneyClick 5. CB Iman MarshallClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., OregonClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. and NebraskaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., and Ohio StateClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. is getting much more involved. He's a Big Ten-type offensive lineman -- big and tough and not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Here to view this Link., 6-0/175, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: Marshall could be one of the best 2015 cornerbacks in the West, if not the entire country. He has outstanding size and is much more comfortable playing corner than safety. He has excellent anticipation and vision once the ball is in the air, plus he can come up and lead with his shoulder to knock the pass away once the receiver catches it. Some Pac-12 offers have come in, and AlabamaClick 4. OT Cameron HuntClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link., 6-4/267, Corona (Calif.) Centennial: Hunt is a mean, fierce, tough, hard-nosed offensive tackle who isn't afraid to scrum or play really physical, and coaches have to like it. Ever since CaliforniaClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the UCLAClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link. commit recorded a sack, a tackle for loss and multiple pressures, and he dropped an interception. Brown is a little undersized, but he plays fearlessly and he uses his speed and athleticism well. Brown is fluid backpedaling into coverage and coming up to make a serious hit on the runner. He might be too small to contribute at linebacker right away, but if Brown adds muscle he should be ready to go. Here to view this Link. fired Jeff Tedford, Hunt's recruitment has taken off with offers from MichiganClick 3. OLB Jayon BrownClick 2. RB Pierre CormierClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link., 5-10/180, San Diego (Calif.) Madison: Cormier is a little smaller than expected and he struggled for a while against Kentfield Marin Catholic, but once he ran to the outside a few times things opened up. He does not have incredible breakaway speed, but Cormier is at his best when he gets a pitch, or even in the option or wildcat, can break to the outside and then make moves around defenders trying to tackle him. He's not a between-the-tackles runner, but in ArizonaClick 1. CB/WR Adoree' JacksonClick California held its state bowl championship games over the weekend, featuring the top teams from the North playing the South's best in five divisions. Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney breaks down the top players: Here to view this Link., 5-10/172, Gardena (Calif.) Serra: Jackson is a special prospect and backed up his early five-star ranking in the state championship bowl blowout. He caught two first-half touchdown passes -- one on which he sprinted by the defensive backs and caught a deep pass. The second one was even better. Jackson caught a short pass, then made about five defenders miss, cut back to the middle of the field and then sort of back-flipped over the defender into the end zone. As a cornerback he wasn't tested much, but he has been a lockdown guy all season. Here to view this Link.'s offense he won't have to be. Here to view this Link., 6-1/195, Long Beach Poly: In the first quarter, the