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 Cochran (Princeton) 2023
Evan Landers (Capital) 2022
Gunner Lattimore (Morgantown) 2021
5. Keon Johnson
As a sophomore Johnson was one of the most electric athletes in the entire state. Unfortunately, he didn’t even get one snap his junior season due to an injury. However, we have not forgotten what he is capable of. He possesses a true speed and pocket presence that makes him a menace to sack. When he tucks and runs, he is a natural runner. Do not doubt his passing ability either. Though a bit undersized, he has good arm strength and honorable accuracy as well.
TIE – 3. Trey Dunn III
Incoming freshmen rarely receive as much as hype as Dunn did last season. On many accounts, he delivered and then some. Facing a brutal schedule, he became known for his arm strength alongside his advanced ability to place the ball in tight windows. His football IQ is also well progressed to assist his natural speed and agility. It will be exciting seeing what he can do as only a sophomore this next year.
TIE – 3. Owie Ash
Ash was another quarterback who faced injuries and a hard situation last year. We expect a full bounce back as a senior. Ash is prolific with a true talent to hit a variety of passes. His arm is dangerous, but his running ability is even moreso. In 2019, there were several games where he took it over with his feet. He will now have to find some new weapons and adjust to a new head coach his final year.
2. RT Alexander
Alexander’s transfer back to West Virginia completely changed the landscape for the Patriot season. His clutch gene was evident with their handful of victories within one score. He has a great frame which allows him to torque it in tight windows and downfield with more difficult passes. His athleticism is also prevalent with a great running ability to keep the defense honest.
1. Bryson Singer
Singer emerged as the breakout player of the year in 2019. He made noise week one but truly stayed consistent throughout the entire year. Of all the passers on the list, he is the most raw- which says a lot considering his evaluation. He is an outstanding athlete that can hit the right throws to dominate a defense but also slice up opponents with an equally devastating running ability. It will be interesting to see how he progresses as a junior.