prep_trackerIt was a pretty quiet week for Cougar commits around the country, with a few notable exceptions.  Jackson McChesney and Lone Peak (7-1) continue to dominate, and McChesney got on the board twice this week with a 3-yard run and an 89 yard kickoff return.  Central Valley (WA) kicker Ryan Rehkow also had an outstanding performance with a 39 yard field goal and five PATs as the Bears took down Ferris. Also getting onto the scoreboard were Ben Bywater (5-yard run), Donovan Hanna (69 yard reception), and Cameron Latu (9-yard reception). Game summaries for each of the Cougar commits are listed below.

Class of 2017 commits (listed alphabetically)

Class of 2018 commits

  • Campbell Barrington (OT/DE, University HS; @Campbel33563194). The University Titans (2-4, 0-2) defeated North Central 10-8. Barrington is out for the season, with a chipped bone on his femur.  Season Totals: No stats
  • Brandon Ale Kaho (RB/LB, Reno HS; @Brandonkah0). The Reno Huskies (6-1, 1-1) suffered their first loss of the season, a 28-14 road loss to Reed. Kaho saw some time under center and was 6-8 passing for 43 yards and an INT. He carried the rock 17 times for 120 yards and had two solo tackles.  Season Totals: 74 carries for 515 yards and 11 TDs; 6 receptions for 78 yards and 1 TD; 7-11 passing for 60 yards and an INT; 14 tackles (13 solo, 1 assisted); 2.0 TFL; 2 INT; punt; 4 PATs
  • Jaren Kump (OL/DL, Herriman HS; @jarenkump68). Herriman (5-2) defeated American Fork 30-10. Kump had one tackle. Season Totals: 14 tackles, 1 sack
  • Cameron Latu (DE/TE, Olympus HS). Olympus (7-1, 4-0) defeated Murray 41-2. Cameron had a nine yard touchdown reception.  Season totals: 6 receptions for 79 yards; 43 tackles; eight sacks
  • Nathan Latu (DE, Olympus HS; @LatuNathan). Olympus (7-1, 4-0) defeated Murray 41-2. Nat’s stats have not yet been recorded.  Season totals: 11 tackles, 1 sack
  • Sekope Lutu Latu (K/P/TE, Kahuku HS; @LatuSekope). The Red Raiders (7-1, 6-0) had the week off as they prepare for the playoffs.  They won the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I Blue title and will face Leilehua this weekend after a first round bye.  Season Totals: four receptions for 102 yards, 1 TD; 6-6 on field goals (long of 20); kickoffs
  • Tyler Manoa (DT/T, Saint Francis HS; @tylermanoa). The Lancers (5-1, 2-1) suffered their first defeat of the season, losing a heartbreaker 41-40 in overtime to Serra on the road. Manoa’s stats are not yet available. Season Totals: 20 tackles (8 solo, 12 assisted); 5.0 TFL; 5.0 sack; 2 QBH; one safety
  • Connor Pay (OT/DT, Lone Peak HS; @cpay73). Lone Peak (7-1, 5-0) defeated Lehi 41-14 on the road. Season Totals: No stats.
  • Jacob Smith (OT, Rosemount HS; @jesmith4530). The Irish (5-1, 5-1) fell to Farmington 28-17 for their first loss on the season.  Smith recorded no stats.  Season Totals: No stats

Class of 2019 commits

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