C&C’S 2020 WEST VIRGINIA HIGH SCHOOL COACHES CLINICS
The last two years we have been honored to found the West Virginia High School Coaches Clinics. We have grown it substantially and our talented lineup of speakers is only getting better! We had a successful Southern clinic and are now looking to do the same up north!
Paying for one camp grants access to both! If you purchased access to the Southern Clinic, the Northern Clinic will be free of charge. OR, you can prepay below for only $30 and have both camps taken care of immediately!
We look forward to seeing you all and having a great learning and networking experience!
C&C’S 2020 WV OFFENSIVE SKILL SHEET
For our second off-season, we will be releasing to the public our Offensive Skill Scout Sheet. It will not include the numeric ratings seen on the same sheets seen by college coaches but will use a color-coded guide. It will not have player’s academic and contact info- which will be seen by colleges.
What’s on it?
215 organized and evaluated 2021-2024 West Virginia Quarterbacks, Runningbacks, and Wide Receivers.
Where can I see it?
You can download it by clicking the link below. It is an Excel file so it is best to viewed on a computer.
Do colleges have to pay?
No, colleges will not pay for our scout sheets. They will be sent an all-in-one scout sheet that includes further information to assist in the recruiting process.
Chase Hager (Hurricane) 2021
Donavin Davis (South Charleston) 2021
Carson Namack (Wheeling Park) 2021
TIE – 3. Shaheed Jackson
Jackson was an explosive part of one of the best passing attacks in all the state. With that, he is apart of trio of top-level receivers returning with the Patriots for whoever becomes the next quarterback. Jackson is smaller in size but is a difficult tackle in space. He has great quick twitch and has very well-coached route running and ball play. Jackson also makes a difference on defense and as a returner.
TIE – #3 Levi Rice
Rice is the least statistically proven on the list but his tape speaks for itself. Along with his perfect size, he has favorable speed and knows how to play a deep ball. With an offensive guru as his head coach, we think Rice could be the biggest breakout player on this list. There is a huge void with Dylan Day leaving and there will not be many defensive backs who can cover Rice if he polishes his game.
TIE – #3 Stevie Mitchell
Mitchell joins Carson Namack and Shaheed Jackson to create perhaps the best receiving corps in AAA. Where Namack and Jackson make their money with great route running and separation, Mitchell is a big YAC player. He is one of the quickest athletes in the entire state and gets vertical fast with the ball in his hands. Don’t underestimate his ability to go deep either as his short height might imply.
TIE – #3 Jaimelle Claytor
Claytor took on a much bigger role as a junior last season. With a rebuilding Red Dragon program at the cusp, he has to utilize many facets of his game. He is a natural athlete with fantastic size. You will see him play all over the field at slot, out wide, and even in the backfield. He is a tad more raw than other prospects listed but this next year will be his second season as the guy on offense. We are expecting to see him be a big-time slash receiver.
TIE – #1 Ethan Parsons
Of any receiver on this list, Parsons has the highest upside. Few other in-state receivers can match his natural length as well as true talent to catch the ball. Though his weight and speed can hurt his ability to separate, he has an absolute knack for getting up and making spectacular catches. He also plays in a very college-ready air raid system that has really trained his tempo, spread route running, and overall pass-catching ability.
TIE – #1 KJ Taylor
Taylor was a highly ranked receiver in 2019 and remains at the top in 2020. His junior campaign did not pop on paper mostly due to a very young quarterback and splitting catches with two Division I receivers. Now, Taylor can be the guy on a matured Cougar offense. Between his route running, athleticism, and pass catching, he is above all others. His slightly smaller size only keeps him from being the definitive #1 receiver in AAA for 2020.