Scout’s High School Highlights brings you five plays from top recruits that stood out from the previous week of high school football.
5. JAELAN PHILLIPS’ SLAM SACK
The Nation’s No. 1 defensive end, Jaelan Phillips gets a big sack in Redlands East Valley (Calif.) 51-7 win this weekend. The five-star is all UCLA and recently talked about his commitment with Scout’s Blair Angulo.
4. FOSTER SARELL SNAGS AN INT
The Nation’s No. 2 overall prospect Foster Sarell from Graham Kapowsin (Graham, Wash.) picked up an interception in the first round of the Washington state playoffs. On the recruiting front, Stanford has been the team trending for Sarell but don’t count out Notre Dame or the hometown Washington Huskies.
3. CHASE YOUNG BREAKS DOUBLE TEAM
2. NAJEE HARRIS’ ONE-HANDED HAUL
The Nation’s top prospect, Najee Harris from Antioch (Calif.) hauled in this one handed grab during Bleacher Report’s “Najee Week” game. Scout’s Brandon Huffman spoke with the Alabama commit about his senior season, graduating early and if and/or when he’ll take official visits.
1.DARNAY HOLMES’ JUKE-FILLED 85-YARD TD
This week’s top play goes to the nation’s top cornerback, Darnay Holmes from Calabasas (Calif.). Although projected as a defender, Holmes’ athleticism will allow him to play both sides of the ball in college. The five-star recently set his first two official visit dates and is planning a January commitment.
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