This weekend Husky commits shone in their playoff games and one player set the all-time California touchdown receiving record:
Marquis Spiker, a 2018 4 star wide receiver and Husky commit out of Murrieta Valley HS, CA, set the California record with 4 touchdown catches totaling 70 for his career. His team upset Santa Margarita this last weekend.
Marquis Spiker of Murrieta Valley sets state record for most career touchdowns by receiver https://t.co/fnHjAYuZfq— eric sondheimer (@latsondheimer) November 11, 2017
Trey Lowe, a 2018 4 star athlete and Husky commit out of Jesuit HS, OR, had 324 yards and 5 touchdowns in his team’s win over Sprague HS, OR. He is coming in as a slot wideout similar to Chico McClatcher.
FINAL: No. 9 Jesuit 56, No. 8 Sprague 7. Crusaders advance to state quarterfinals. Trey Lowe had 324 yards from scrimmage & 5 TDs. #opreps pic.twitter.com/my48sSU0PV— Hayes Gardner (@HayesGardner) November 11, 2017
Also several Husky targets were in action in their teams’ playoff games, including one who is a Husky Lean.
2019 4 star wideout Josh Delgado was in action with his St. John Bosco HS, CA team that won this last weekend. He was also hanging out with a current Husky (Terrell Bynum) and flashing the W. He has offers from USC, UW, and UCLA.
Two of @boscofootball's best receivers... @TDBynum @JDe1gado #TwoGoodDudes #CIFSSPayoffs #BoscoVsBishopAmat @UW_Football pic.twitter.com/PHFG9ZSk9n— Bosco's ET® "AMDG" (@edwardtorre) November 11, 2017
Coach Pete also extended an offer to Dimitri Stanley, a 2018 3 star athlete out of Cherry Creek HS, CO, who is a current Colorado commit. He was offered as a DB.
Blessed and honored to have just received an offer from the University of Washington pic.twitter.com/tEqvby81lk— Dimitri Stanley (@Dimitri_114) November 8, 2017
Coach Pete and staff will be hosting some official visitors this weekend, including some key targets: Bryan Addison, a 4 star athlete out of Gardena Serra HS, CA, and Tanner McKee, a 4 star QB out of Centennial HS, CA (he is a mission kid so he would be a 2020 QB).
That is all for now. As always, you can follow me @asieverkropp.