For our second off-season, we will be releasing to the public our Linemen & Combo 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 Fullbacks, Tight Ends, 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.
Corbin Turney (University) 2022
Evan Ferguson (Spring Valley) 2022
Cam Sine (Musselman) 2021
Xavier Bausley (South Charleston) 2022
TIE – 4. Garrett Green
Green continued as one of the most consistent linemen in the state during 2019. He has great mechanics and appears to hold command of the line. Easily, Green is right there as the best center prospect in the entire state. He is well-sized, can move bodies in the trenches, and has been considered one of the best lineman in West Virginia for two years now.
TIE – 4. Ethan Northcraft
Northcraft has been a common face on the Musselman line since his freshman year. Now that he has finally began filling out his frame, he is doing more than just getting the job done. He too holds a commanding call on the line and leads by example with great leverage and strength. Northcraft’s manning on the Applemen line is a big reason Musselman appears to be a potential favorite in the AAA field.
TIE – 4. Maxwell Wentz
Wentz has followed suit in Huntington’s strong linemen tradition since his freshman year. With a year of varsity under his belt, the well-developed guard is poised for a breakout junior season. Obviously well-coached and with great technique, he has an unteachable grit and finishing ability. He will definitely take the next step in 2019 in terms of completely burying defenders on the line of scrimmage.
3. Caleb Bryan
Bryan really began coming into his own during his junior year. Still filling out his frame, there were many glimpses of the type of tackle he could become. His length allows for him to cover ground in pass protection and really disable edge rushers. He also has found a movement rhythm in Wheeling Park’s high flying offense. Bryan looks to be one of the more college ready prospects.
2. Bryce Biggs
Biggs was a bit of a question this time last year. He had moved from a tightend position but had the look of a potentially high-level lineman. 2019 proved that the eye test was correct. In Spring Valley’s notable system, Biggs was a big strong mauler that fired off the ball and drove defenders back. He hits all the mark with leverage, hands, and foot drive. Even with all that, he still has a higher ceiling for the next level.
1. Wyatt Milum
Milum is unsurprisingly number one as one of the highest recruited players in state history. The attention he has gathered is all deserving as he passes the size, length, athleticism, technique, and meanness tests. He will occasionally struggle with smaller quick players playing out of position, but for the most part, Milum is as dominant as they come. He recently announced his commitment to West Virginia University.