With Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV) extending its winning streak to 55 games following a 35-23 victory over Dematha Catholic (Hyattsville, MD), a variety of prospects showed why they will be going on to the next level.
DORIAN THOMPSON-ROBINSON, BISHOP GORMAN, QB
The 2018 quarterback was dynamic to say the least for the Gaels.
Thompson-Robinson seemed to do it all by running the zone read, rolling outside the pocket, throwing accurately within the pocket and taking care of the football with no interceptions.
He was at his best down the stretch, specifically leading 20-17 with less than eight minutes remaining in the fourth quarter when the UCLA commit connected with future Arizona State wide receiver Speedy Nailor, for a 68-yard touchdown.
Thompson-Robinson finished with three passing touchdowns and two more for rushes.
TYLER LENHART, DEMATHA CATHOLIC, QB
Lenhart provided consistent intangibles and intelligence throughout the evening.
Made safe and accurate throws and also provided athleticism and toughness on a quarterback run.
The 2018 signal-caller currently holds a scholarship offer from Cornell and attended Penn State’s camp this past June.
JACOB ISAIA, BISHOP GORMAN, OL
Making his first career start at left tackle, Isaia continued to be a versatile presence along the line of scrimmage after spending time on the right side a season ago.
The 2018 offensive lineman was also placed on the interior of the line and shows athleticism in run pulling scenarios.
During the summer, Isaia attended camps at Vanderbilt and Southern Cal with an unofficial visit to Minnesota.
DEMARRCO HELLAMS, DEMATHA CATHOLIC, WR
Coming out of halftime, the Stags were able to take a 17-13 lead with consecutive elite plays from the wide receiver.
Hellams hauled in a Tyler Lenhart pass that led to a 60 yard reception followed by a back shoulder touchdown.
The 2019 prospect most recently made an unofficial visit to Penn State last month and holds offers from 19 schools including Clemson, Louisville, Maryland, Michigan, UNC, Notre Dame, Penn State, Michigan State, Tennessee and Wisconsin.
BREVIN JORDAN, BISHOP GORMAN, TE
Jordan displayed why he is viewed as one of the elite at his position in a deep 2018 recruiting class.
During the third quarter, the tight end provided explosion in space after the catch on multiple receptions to compliment the run blocking skill set.
He extended a verbal commitment to Miami (FL) this past Spring and holds 30 offers including Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisville, LSU, Michigan, Ohio State, UNC, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee, Southern Cal and Washington.
Jordan has an official visit to Coral Gables scheduled for this upcoming December.