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STATE CHAMPS! SCOUT TEAM: Ripe On The Vine, Ready To Launch >> Five Recruits Rising Fast On The Gridiron

By: SCOTT M. BURNSTEIN, November 22, 2020, 5:07 pm

A five-pack of high-risers in the world of football recruiting 

Julius Sims (Muskegon 6-foot-2, 185-pound Sr. S) – Recently committed to Bowling Green, Sims might be the state’s most underrated prospect out of the secondary in the Class of ‘21. 

Cornell Perry (Woodhaven 6-0, 180 Jr. CB) – Budding star in pass coverage, bulldog toughness, Richard Sherman-like route-jumping ability.

Malachi Davis (Holt 6-5, 250 Jr. DE) – High motor, great technique, gutty performer getting after the quarterback.

Nick Steinacker (Corunna 6-7, 220 Sr. DE/WR/TE) – The word intriguing doesn’t do this long, lean & mean recruit justice, we’re talking just oozing with upside and versatility.

Dayne Arnett (Grand Haven 6-5, 240 Jr. DL/OL) – Beast mode 24/7 on both sides of the ball.

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Bonus Byte: Baby Baller Alert

RISING FAST IN THE FRESHMAN CLASS — Harper Woods freshman free safety Jacob Oden is exploding and jumping right into the middle of the Power 5 offer parade. Oden, son of Harper Woods head coach Rod Oden, has snagged offers from Kentucky, Maryland, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and West Virginia over the last two weeks. The younger Oden is a coach-on-the-field type with Grade-A ball-hawk skills.