Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Incoming Cats: QB's & WR's

Catdomealumni.com has been able to get our mitts on the DVDs on parts of the 2009 Linfield recruiting class. Each Tuesday over the upcoming weeks Wildcat11 will be posting up the raw footage of the incoming ‘Cats in action during their High School career.

I do want to note that out of the 45 plus committed players I was able to only score about 1/2 of the player’s footage. I’m not trying to slight any of the incoming players if I wasn’t able to post up their footage, it was just a matter of if I was able to find their DVD or not.

Quarterbacks:
Mickey Inns, QB, 6’2”, 185 lbs, Gresham HS

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Other Incoming Quarterbacks (DVD’s not available):
Zach Cuaresma, 5’ 11”, 180 lbs, Eastside Catholic HS, Bellevue, Wash
Zach Anderson, 6’ 4”, 215 lbs, Yamhill Carlton HS
Aaron Hire, QB, 6’2” 210, West Salem HS

Wide Receivers:
Garrett Saiki, 5’11”, 185 lbs, Joel Ferris HS, Spokane, Washington

video

Kyle Mayfield, 6’1”, 170 lbs, Ukiah HS, Ukiah, California

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Andrew DeWolf, 6’0”, 170 lbs, Hillsboro HS

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Other Incoming WR (DVD’s not available):
Iokepa Bahilot, 5’11”, 185 lbs, Damien HS, Honolulu, Hawaii
Brock Breshears, 5’ 11”, 167 lbs, Christian HS, Alpine, California
Jason Martin, 5’ 11”, 170 lbs, Corvallis HS

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Half of Garrett Saiki's film seems to be missing. It says play 22 of 52 at the end. He looked pretty fast from what I saw, and pretty talented.

Wildcat 11 said...

Yeah, I didn't pull the full highlights from the majority of the DVDs that I have if they went past a couple of minutes. Not to get all tech nerd but it just takes up too much space to pull the full DVDs or game footage of each recruit.

I think folks can get the idea of what a kid has to offer after a few minutes. Saiki looks like a talented player. I like him.

McMinnville10 said...

Does anyone know more about the school he came from? Was it a big school and was his league tough? or is he one of those stud players at a small school?

SpokaneFB said...

Ferris placed 3rd in the state in the 4A classification 2 years in a row. They played Skyline who was ranked 8th in the nation better than any team all year and scored 3 times as many TD's as had been scored on Skyline all year. So to answer your question he comes from one of the top football programs in Washington.

Anonymous said...

Are there any good QB's coming in???

Wildcat 11 said...

Anonymous,

All four quarterbacks coming in are promising and talented.

Anonymous said...

Good to hear. Is the QB who transferred from Oregon State eligible to play?

Wildcat 11 said...

Anonymous,

Yes, if you transfer down divisions you can play right away. However, if you move up you have to sit out a year.