MHSAA D2 Final Prospect List

Jon Reschke

Muskegon vs Brother Rice play for the Michigan Division-2 state title, and the field is littered with prospects.

MUSKEGON BIG REDS
59

DT

2014
6-3/255
Finley is hearing from multiple BCS schools including Michigan, Michigan State, Cincinnati and Iowa. He's a quick interior guy who some schools see as a five-tech, but he lines up right over the center a lot for the Big Reds.

53

OG

2014
6-5/275
The Big Reds have a great offensive line, but King is probably the best prospect because he's only a junior and a little longer than the rest. He's heard from Iowa and others. He plays guard but could project as a tackle as well.

4

Slot

2013
5-8/185
Elusive slot back with good hands and open field ability. Size is a limiting factor, but he had a good summer and good season and has a number of schools looking his way.

74

OT

2013
6-3/275
Tough, hard working kid. Has good strength. He's a senior who is looking at some D2 partial offers and possible walk-ons at the Division-1 level currently.

77

OT

2013
6-4/275
Likely a college guard, but has good size and ability. Like Billings, likely an offer guy at the D2 level, other opportunites may present themselves after the season.

72

OC

2013
6-2/275
The team's center. He's an interior guy at the next level for sure. Like his other teammates, he is mostly being looked at by D2, D3 and 1-AA schools.

55
William Hunt

LB

2014
6-0/225
Junior who is hearing from some schools and Iowa invited him for an unofficial.

OTHERS TO WATCH
       
Senior DB D'Vonte Dockery is a long, athletic prospect, as is 6'3 receiver Keyondre Craig. 6'1 senior Sherman Hodges is another good prospect, and senior RB John King is a tough, hard nosed runner. Quarterback Jalen Smith is a quick, elusive athlete who may see opportunities come at other positions. Junior Deshaun Thrower is a 6'1, 190-lb DB who should receive some looks as well.


BROTHER Rice
33

LB

2013
6-3/232
Michigan State commit and recent Michigan offeree. 4-star guy with a great nose for the ball, strength and speed.

28

RB

2014
5-8/225
Bowling ball style running back with deceptive speed. Had a really good junior year and is being recruited by Division-1 schools.

7

QB

2013
5-9/165
Smart, tough, accurate quarterback who has received a couple of lower level opportunities. Not the biggest guy, but a good player.

3
Joshua Flye

WR

2014
5-7/155
Undersized, but athletic slot guy who made some big plays this year.

30

DE

2013
6-4/223
Athletic edge guy who has chosen to play lacrosse in college, but had a lot of schools looking at him for football.

5
Corey Lacanaria

WR

2014
5-7/160
Sure handed junior, who like his brother, is not big in stature, but seems to always come up with big plays.

66
Griffin Anderson

OL

2013
6-6/270
Good sized senior offensive lineman whose brother was a Division-1 recruit. Griffin is being recruited by a lot of schools and we expect more opportunites to come after the season.

46
Lucas Cherroci

LB

2013
6-1/218
May get overshadowed by Reschke at times, but also has a great nose for the ball and makes a lot of tackles.

4
Jason Alessi

S/K

2014
6-0/170
Not only a pretty good safety, but also an excellent kicker.

OTHERS TO WATCH
       
Junior running back Shon Powell is only 5'6, but quick and a nice change of pace to Walker. Junior DT Alberto Sandoval is a nice kid who will have a big job against the physical offensive line of the Big Reds. Sophomore quarterback Alex Malzone spells Lacanaria and the 6'3 youngster has the look of a future D1 prospect.

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