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Black Is The New Orange – Brighton’s Jaden Rogers Chooses Army For College Football Plans

He's pointed West. To West Point to be exact. I guess you could say Black is the New Orange in the Rogers' household these days. Brighton junior defensive lineman Jaden Rogers(6-5, 255) committed to play his college football at Armyover the weekend, delivering the Black Knights one of Metro Detroit's grittiest, most fundamentally-sound rung pluggers patrolling the…

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Winter Wonderland Under Center In The D – A Half Dozen Junior Signal Callers To Watch

Metro Detroit Class of '25 QB Winter Watch List Mike Cygan (Northville 6-3, 195) -- Getting bigger, better, faster, stronger every second Derrek Hetu (Livonia Franklin 6-0, 180) -- Sleeper dime dropper that lights up scoreboards like pinball machines Jadon Ford (Macomb Dakota 6-3, 200) -- Just starting to scratch the surface on his talent torching secondaries Joe Krolak (Gibraltar Carlson…

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Winter Wonderland Under Center In The D – Five Young Pup Signal Callers To Watch

Metro Detroit Underclassmen QB Winter Watch List Nate Rocheleau (Harper Woods 6-1, 175 Soph) -- Composed as can be, smooth release, excellent field vision, the next big thing in the pocket in these parts, so pay close attention to the coming barrage of downfield thunder bolts and laser beams in '24 and '25 Brady Collins (Clarkston 6-2, 195…

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Following The Leader: LTU Gets MAC Red Field General Crum From Coach’s Old Conference

After four years of dodging sugar dimes from "Pinpoint Preston," he can now take pride in them and cheer the downfield mastery. Brand new Lawrence Tech football coach Scott Merchant is looking to a highly-respected former opponent to be his quarterback of the future in the college ranks. Utica Eisenhower senior signal caller Preston Crum committed to LTU last week,…

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Boilering Up In Belleville – Purdue Bags DE Rashad Jones For ’25 Recruiting Class

The Hammer & Rails gridiron brigade stopped off in Metro Detroit and grabbed a good one. Quarterbacks of the Big Ten beware, Belleville junior defensive end Rashad Jones committed to Purdue this past week. Jones (6-4, 245) won state titles as a freshman and sophomore and last fall, helped his Belleville Tigers club to a third straight trip to…

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