Bay Preps Report: Severson appears headed to Colorado, Gates to Penn, and More
Valley Christian running back Ryan Severson, the WCAL rushing champion, has de-committed from San Jose State and is expected to follow Mike MacIntyre to Colorado, according to Jimmy Durkin.
Valley Christian coach Mike Machado: “Nothing official yet, but I certainly expect him to be at Colorado.”
The 5-foot-11, 195 pound running back/defensive back rushed for 1,951 yards and had 39 total touchdowns this past season. Severson was a big part of the Warriors CCS Division III championship team and was named the Mercury News’ offensive player of the year.
His quarterback at Valley Christian was Jay MacIntyre, the son of Colorado’s new coach. Jay MacIntyre has already moved with his family to Boulder and is attending Monarch High School.
Severson is a two-star recruit according to Rivals.
- Foothill’s fullback and defensive end Griffith Gates (’13) announced on Twitter that he will be heading to the University of Pennsylvania:
Officially going to University of Pennsylvania for Football admitted into Wharton School of business!
— Griffith Gates (@griffgates) January 18, 2013
We published our story on Gates yesterday.
- In scout’s recruiting notebook, there is word on De La Salle’s Michael Hutchings, a USC commit, is visiting the Los Angeles campus this weekend. Also, Cal commit Takkarist McKinley (Kennedy-Richmond) and Utah commit Marcellus Pippins (El Cerrito) are both visiting Washington State, Oak Grove cornerback Chidobe Awuzie is visiting Colorado, and Washington commits, defensive tackle Elijah Qualls (Casa Grande) and Darrell Daniels (Freedom) will be at UW in Seattle.
- NorCalPreps announced their all-NorCal second team and included are Marin Catholic quarterback Jared Goff, Serra running back Eric Redwood, Monte Vista tight end Mason Melin, and offensive lineman Kevin Leathley (California), Nico Aimonetti (Los Gatos), and Dajon Ford (McClymonds). On the other side of the ball, De La Salle defensive end Austin Hooper, Casa Grande lineman Elijah Qualls, El Cerrito linebacker Derik Calhoun and Gauchos defensive back Adarius Pickett, Cardinal Newman linebacker Philip Wright, Oak Grove linebacker Chidobe Awuzie, and San Ramon Valley kicker Matt Anderson.
- Mitch Stephens gives the top ten reasons to attend the Martin Luther King, Jr. Classic on Monday at Haas Pavilion in Berkeley, and the reasons include Bishop O’Dowd’s Ivan Rabb, Salesian’s Jabari Bird, Deer Valley’s Marcus Lee and Kendall Smith, De La Salle’s Elliott Pitts, Jalen Canty of St. Patrick-St. Vincent, Palo Alto’s Aubrey Dawkins, and Newark Memorial’s Damien Banford.
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