C&C’S 2020 WV LINEMEN & COMBOS SHEET
For our second off-season, we will be releasing to the public our Linemen & Combos 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?
175 organized and evaluated 2021-2024 West Virginia Tight Ends, Fullbacks, Offensive Linemen, and Defensive Linemen.
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.
Noah Waynick (Huntington) 2022
Deondre Crudup (Morgantown) 2021
Nathan Baker (Lincoln County) 2021
Nathan Muhle (Jefferson) 2021
5. Jacob Barrick
Barrick is probably one of the better players the state hasn’t really heard of yet. He should be well-known by the end of the season. He is a great athlete with a prototype frame. The offensive system he is in really has allowed him to develop as a receiving end. Hopefully, the progression continues with his new coach and the return of his original quarterback.
4. Nate Baker
Baker was the safety net for a playoff-bound Spartan team. Strong, agile, and an ability to get separation forced Greenbrier East to put together ways to get him the ball. One thing that stood out was not just outcatching defenders but his ability to gather yards after the catch as well.
3. Jakob Caudill
Though Caudill is #3 on this list, he is easily the most important for his team. Last year the hard-running fullback was among the state leaders in yards and went over the century mark against Martinsburg in the title game. He has perfected the Scarlet Knight fullback pounding and has brought his own athleticism to the table to allow for big gains instead of just three yards and a cloud of dust.
2. Eli Archer
Archer became a critical outlet for the Highlanders on offense. Though a tad light for his vertical size, he did help establish a run game. More importantly, he could slice up coverages right up the seam for big gains. His radius was great which allowed him to maximize the target area for his quarterback.
1. Corbin Page
Page might just be Spring Valley’s next big recruit. Only a rising junior, he possesses top level height and weight. He is just a straight football player. He was among the state’s top touchdown receivers on a team that is known for their running game. Page can outleap, outcatch, and outrun nearly any position. He currently holds an offer from Marshall.