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.
Grant Krajeski (Clay County) 2021
Dominick Stingo (Fairmont Senior) 2022
Ean Hamric (Gilmer County) 2022
Carson Deeb (Bluefield) 2021
TIE – 3. Isaiah Gardiner
Gardiner had a breakout junior campaign to say the least. He replaced a prolific quarterback, and we at C&C thought the Wildcats would have down year. Instead, they led an impressive season with a deep playoff run led by Gardiner at the helm. He is a very solid dual threat quarterback. Of the two, he is a more natural runner and playmaker but he can make good, solid plays with his arm too. With a year of experience under his belt, his senior season should be even better.
TIE – 3. Daylin Goad
Goad is a stat-sheet monster. In the Miners’ powerhouse offense, Goad has put up tons of passing and rushing yards as well as a boat load of touchdowns the past two seasons. He is an efficient quarterback, seemingly always making the correct throw even if it isn’t a deep bomb. He also has the ability to tuck the ball and use his big size to pull off big runs. This will be his first year without the most prolific receiver in state history as a target so we will now be able to see what he can do as the sole leading playmaker.
TIE – 3. Trevor Lowe
Lowe had high expectations after a solid freshman year as a starter. He took another positive step with his performance in 2019. For the Wildcats, Lowe had a unique season where one game he’d dominate as a passer and the next he’d dominate as a runner. It is an ode to his athleticism that pairs with a solid frame. When he gets time, he can deliver great passes of a wide variety. If not, his legs can surely get him out of danger.
TIE – 1. Hunter Kelley
Kelley returns to West Virginia as an explosive offensive weapon. As our first-ever Linsly player on our rankings, he sets a high standard. With near-perfect size, he can put the ball deep downfield with ease. Kelley also is efficient with his checkdowns and short routes. However, he makes his money as a pure runner. With long strides and a slasher style, he can plant his foot and get north quick. A dangerous skillset.
TIE – 1. Gage Michael
We had high hopes for Michael replacing a Kennedy Award winner in 2019, and he surpassed all expectations. Keeping true to the Polar Bear’s incredible quarterback tradition, Michael was awesome from start to finish. He became a very polished passer throughout the season but like many other passers on this list, his true value came in his ability to run. You can look at his game against eventual state champion Bridgeport on how good he was passing and running. With a year of experience now, we can see a more developed passing game to coincide with already high-level athleticism.