Big Time Offer for TE/WR,
On Wednesday afternoon, TE/WR Micah Riley of Bellevue, NE (Bellevue West High School) earned yet another scholarship offer - this time from the Kansas State Wildcats of the BigXII Conference. Measuring in at 6' 5" and 215 pounds, Riley has now extended his offer sheet to four colleges with Nebraska, Iowa State, and Northern Illinois pulling the trigger over the past couple of months.

In 2019, the eventual State Champion - with a 13-0 record - hauled in 17 catches for 219 yards and 1 touchdown. However, the stats are not what stand out when evaluating him. His size makes him a force to bring down and his ability as a blocker on the edge really make him shine. With two more seasons to go, this 2022 prospect is sure to be adding on to his offer list and will be choosing amongst the nation's top programs.


Double Dipping
To continue down the path of serving up scholarship offers, dual-sport star Ty Robinson was served a double dose of offers today from both Wyoming and Oregon State.

The 6' 5" wideout of Centennial, CO (Eaglecrest High School) now includes the Cowboys and Beavers on his growing list of future opportunities along with Kansas, Kansas State, and Colorado State. Not to mention, Robinson also has standing offers from Minnesota and Wyoming to pursue his basketball career as well.

In 2019, the standout junior prospect caught 35 passes for 861 yards and 2 touchdowns en route to a 9-4 record for the Raptors. The season ultimately came to an end with a 42-14 defeat to Ralston Valley in the CHSAA State Playoff Quarterfinal (Class 5A).


Ty Robinson Scholarship Offers (Football)
February 19th, 2020


A Quarterback on the Rise
2022 QB Brandon Rose of Temecula, CA (Murrieta Valley High School) is a diamond buried beneath the surface that needs to be unearthed! In 2019, the 6' 2" and 195 pound quarterback passed for over 3,000 yards and 30 touchdowns with a completion rate of 68% (294 attempts). Not only did he produce slinging the pigskin around, he gained nearly 400 yards on the ground with an additional 6 touchdowns. Not too bad for a Sophomore!

The stats alone tell the tale of a good quarterback in the making, but the film tells of a soon-to-be great signal caller. The kid has it all. The height, the mechanics, poise in the pocket, arm strength, and - to tie everything together - accuracy! It's easy to see why both Boise State and Utah offered Rose in January and I am confident the number of offers is going to get out of hand as he finishes out his high school career.


Brandon Rose Highlights
Sophomore Season