February 21, 2018

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High School Football Recruiting: Dunham High School

Derek Stingley Jr. Photo credit 247sports

Josh Sibley played football for approximately thirteen years. He is now a scout with Louisiana Gridiron Football and is currently scouting high school level talent throughout Louisiana. He hopes to help recruits reach their full potential and get to that next level of play.

 

Kobe Semien

JR WR/CB

2 Star Prospect

 

Positives

  • Decent Speed

Negatives

  • Needs Bulk
  • Catches ball into body

Overall

Kobe has decent size and speed, but needs to work on his technique with catching the away from his body. Could be a JUCO prospect. Here is a link. https://www.hudl.com/profile/9410438/kobe-semien/videos

 

Isaiah Arceneaux

JR OLB/SS

1 Star Prospect

 

Positives

  • Reads and reacts well on run plays

Negatives

  • Needs size
  • Needs to work on technique

Overall

Isaiah has good recognition skills but is a but is a bit undersized and gets blocked easily by downfield linemen. He needs to add some bulk in the off-season. Here is a link. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/6178443/59d673794ba80a256cbf7f4a

 

Nicholas Cambias

JR WR/OLB

4 Star Prospect

 

Positives

  • Sits down between defenders for catches
  • Great blocking receiver

Negatives

  • Needs bulk
  • Catches ball into body

Overall

Nicholas has great technique when it comes to route running and finding the open to split defenders. He should try to work on his catching the ball away from his body. His run blocking also shows that he is unselfish when it comes to spreading the ball around. Could be a DI or DII prospect. Here is a link. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/9410377/5a11efe84dec86053c215926

 

Jahnte Williams

JR CB/WR

1 Star Prospect

 

Positives

  • Has decent speed
  • Shows early ability of press coverage

Negatives

  • Technique
  • Undersized

Overall

Jahnte has decent speed but is often caught flat footed at the snap of the ball. Needs to work on technique, was standing still after ball was snapped on plays. He should try to add bulk in the off-season. Here is a link. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/9690356/59f35d1190f93f0f98166ccc

 

Jordan Roberson

JR SS/WR

4 Star Prospect

 

Positives

  • High points ball
  • Will win 50/50 balls

Negatives

  • Needs bulk

Overall

Jordan is a rangy safety that can cover a lot of ground. His technique and hands are well above average, causing at least seven forced turnovers his junior year, four interceptions and three forced fumbles. Could be a DI or DII prospect. Here is a link. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/6156986/5a12df65da522d0e08ef7a1f

 

Reed Godbery

JR MLB

1 Star Prospect

 

Positives

  • Decent read and react skills

Negatives

  • Needs bulk
  • Needs to work on block shedding

Overall

Reed has a good first step and diagnoses plays quickly. He will need to work on his technique when it comes to block shedding and form tackling. Here is a link. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/8959691/59d6cf000428010b88ee981e

 

Derek Stingley Jr.

Photo credit 247sports

JR CB/WR

5 Star Prospect

 

Positives

  • Great speed
  • Wins 50/50 balls

Negatives

  • Could add some bulk

Overall

Derek is an absolute ball hawk! He goes up and high points the ball, wins 50/50 balls over receivers. Has track speed. Should be a DI prospect. Here is a link. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/5101527/5a1371394dec86053c21e1ae

 

Treylan Mouton

Photo credit Hilary Scheinuk

JR RB/MLB

4 Star Prospect

 

Positives

  • Great initial first step
  • Sprinters Speed

Negatives

  • Catches ball into body

Overall

Treylan has great instincts and is patient when following his blockers. He has a great initial first step and is rarely tackled by a single tackler. He needs to work on catching the ball away from his body. Could be a DI or DII prospect. Here is a link. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/5445131/5a146986ab92d41ab0e1c2dc

 

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