The All-D1 Team (Offense)

We held three regional Showcases throughout the state of Utah, as well as one All Star Camp (Rising Stars). Here are the Top D1 caliber players on offense:

D1 Caliber – 1st Team (11 Starters)

QB – Bo DeVries (2019) Ogden HS, (6’3″ 185lbs) – DeVries earned high grades from the D1 Staff, especially former NFL Coach – Fred Graves who repeadily said that DeVries is a D1 caliber QB.

RB – Jared Dansie (2019) South Summit HS, (5’10” 180lbs) – The South Summit product stood out at Rising Stars, and was ranked as one of the top players at the event.  Dansie should be on everyones D1 radar. He is a hidden talent.

RB – Charlie Vincent (2019) East HS, (6’0″ 180lbs) – Charlie Vincent is one of the most gifted athletes in the state of Utah.  His D1 speed and athleticism make him a game changer. As we have already stated; Vincent is a talent at the RB position.  He also showed us that he can be a dangerous wide receiver on the D1 level.

RB/WR – Braedon Wissler (2019) Bingham HS, (5’7″ 170lbs) – Wissler is the ideal RB/Slot receiver on the D1 level.  His dual threat abilities of running and receiving; makes him a match-up nightmare, against today’s defenses.  Our staff strongly believes that Wissler is a Power 5 – A player.

WR – Sione Moa (2019), Weber HS, (6’3″ 190) – Moa dominated the first showcase and was awarded MVP. His combination of size, speed, and athleticism makes him an obvious D1 talent.  We believe that Moa hasn’t even scratched the surface of his potential, and will be a major player on the D1 level.

WR – Nate Mahi (2019), Dixie HS, (5’10” 175lbs) – Mahi dominated the Southern Utah D1 Showcase, as well as Rising Stars.  He left no doubt, that he is a legitimate D1 caliber player.  We see Mahi as a deep ball threat, and also as someone who is very effective after the catch, in the short passing game.

OT – Zac Mendoza (2019), Roy HS, (6’7″ 285lbs), – Mendoza is a mammoth o-lineman with the ideal D1 frame and technique.  Don’t be surprised once he starts to gather the attention of D1 schools nation wide. His was the O-line MVP of the Northern Utah D1 Showcase.

OG – Alex Harrison (2020), Viewmont HS,  (6’6″ 295lbs) – Harrison will be one of the biggest recruits, to come out of Utah in the 2020 class.  He will make the transition to guard, this upcoming season.  That’s where we see him on the D1 level.

C – Canaan Yarro (2019), Timpview HS (6’2″ 280lbs) – Yarro is considered the most technically sound lineman in the state of Utah, according to our staff.  He is also considered one of the biggest sleepers, if not “the” biggest sleeper amongst the state’s D1 prospects.  Yarro is a legitimate FBS -D1 talent at center.

OG – Tylor Stubbs (2020) – Timpview HS, (6’5″ 285lbs) – Our staff is high on this young man.  Stubbs has continued to show an enourmous amount of growth, and maturity on the field.  He was named the Rising Stars O-line MVP; the only underclassman to make the MVP list. Stubbs will be on the D1 radar of many schools in the upcoming year.

OT – Porter LaChance (2020), Herriman HS, (6’6″ 280lbs)  –  LaChance hit a growth spurt this offseason, and has easily grown 2-3 inches.  He showed a strong presence a the tackle position, during the Northern and Central Showcases.  LaChance is physical football player, with a high football IQ. He will be one of the top D1 prospects in the 2020 class.

Offensive MVP – RB/WR – Braedon Wissler (Bingham HS)

Top Underclassman – Oline – Alex Harrison (Viewmont HS)