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September 19, 2011
Rivals.com West analyst Adam Gorney ranks his top performers along with analysis of other Division I prospects from games he covered over the weekend.
Gorney's Top Performers
1. Alonzo Williams, DT, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
2. Richard Smith, WR, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
3. Alex Jackson, WR, Culver City (Calif.)
4. Khalil Pettway, ILB, Culver City (Calif.)
5. Troy Williams, PQB, Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne (2013)
Other Division I prospectsHere is Gorney's analysis of other Division I prospects, listed alphabetically, scouted over the weekend.
Josiah Blandin, WR, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: Blandin went up and caught a 19-yard touchdown in the back of the end zone and uses his size to his advantage. He also caught a few other passes by getting great separation.
Salamo Fiso, ILB, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: Fiso has the patience to stick in the middle and engage the ballcarrier at the line and the speed to track down opponents when the play is run outside.
Randall Goforth, CB, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: Goforth played only cornerback for Poly - no offense as he has in the past. He was aggressive, tough and hard-nosed like always, never letting anything easy come to his side.
David Price, S, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly (2013): Price knows how to play with aggression and how to come up and unload on a receiver. His timing could sometimes be better but his size and speed are impressive for a junior.
Matthew Rowe, OLB, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly: Rowe finished with 1.5 sacks and he almost had an interception early on but dropped the ball. Tough and fearless, Rowe loves hitting people hard and flying all over the field to make plays.
Gerard Wicks, RB, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly (2013): This 5-foot-10, 185-pound running back is a bruiser who loves to slam into opponents, bounce off and gain extra yards. He's not the fastest but he's tough, strong and has powerful legs.
Julius Wilson, WR, Culver City (Calif.) (2013): Wilson was Culver City's most productive receiver early on with touchdown catches of 58 and 63 yards. He dropped some passes late probably due to lack of concentration.