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Don’t Look Now, Here’s Come’s Donnie — Incoming Fab Frosh Football Star Prepares For HS Debut At CT

Phenom field general Donnie Tabron is ready to take the MHSAA by storm. He's the next BIG THING out of the pocket in the PSL. The future is now. This fall, he'll most likely be take the starting quarterback job for state-power Detroit Cass Tech, and is expected to hit the ground running.......and passing. Tabron (6-2, 198) is only 14…

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THREE IN THE CORNER — A trio of Metro Detroit cornerback prospects to watch this spring

Kareem Pruitt (OLSM 6-3, 180 Soph.) -- The next big thing out of the secondary in the Catholic League, Blue-Chipper-in-the-making Jaiden Melton (River Rouge 6-2, 175 Jr.) --Definition of value on the recruiting market, killer instinct in a variety of coverage packages Jonathan Edison (West Bloomfield 5-11, 175 Jr,) -- Most underrated lockdown corner prospect in the D, intelligent, athletic…

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THREE IN THE FALCONS NEST — A Trio Of Birmingham Groves Junior Football Prospects To Watch For This Spring

Mario Campoy-LoVasco (6-0, 200 RB) -- The best ball carrier you don't know about in the OAA, but need to ASAP Noah Sanders (6-0, 180 RB) -- Beast mode 24-7, speed, power, finesse, just scratching surface on what he will be Chris Little (5-11, 175 CB) -- Elite value-grab at the cornerback position in the OAA recruiting wise right now

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THREE IN THE SWAMP — A Trio Of WB Lakers Junior Football Prospects To Know This Offseason

Jamal Shakespear (5-11 180 QB) -- The next big thing in the pocket in the OAA, expect two more years of pure electricity under center for the Lake Show offense   Travis Robertson (6-6, 300 OL) -- Nasty-as-he-wants-to-be in the trenches, NFL upside, any questions? Jeremiah Benson (6-4, 250 DL) -- Quick, smart, technically-sound and aggressive going after the ball carrier…

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Taking The Main Line To The Big Ten — Small-School Football Star Selects Northwestern For College Destination

Ferocious and agile Lawton junior defensive lineman Mason Mayne committed to Northwestern this week. His excellent grades and gridiron accolades made him one of the most coveted student athletes in the MHSAA's Class of 2025. Mayne visited NW's beautiful Evanston, Illinois last weekend and might be the state of Michigan's best small-school DI college pigskin prospect. The Wildcats delivered…

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