5 sleeper prospects that deserve more recognition!

5 sleeper prospects that deserve more recognition!

As the current season unfolds, certain prospects have caught our attention by showcasing their skill, production, measurables and impact plays on the field. Here are 5 sleeper prospects who have been very impressive this season and deserve more recruiting and coverage:

These players have demonstrated exceptional talent and potential, making them valuable additions to any team at the next level of competition. Their outstanding performances highlight the importance of recognizing young talent in sports early on in their careers, which can help them secure better opportunities in the future.

25' Nathan Spivey LB/SS/WR 6'1 (Salpointe Catholic)

Nathan Spivey has shown remarkable skill on offense and defense for the Lancers. Throughout the season, he effortlessly executes challenging plays in every game. Spivey played a crucial role in Salpointe Catholic's victory over Saguaro last Friday (10/27), contributing significantly to the receiving game with 4 catches for 75 yards and a touchdown. Additionally, he made 5 tackles and secured 1 interception on the defensive end. Nathan Spivey currently leads the very talented 6A conference with 6 interceptions. At the next level Spivey would be a versatile playmaking safety. He has quick feet, fast twitch instincts and great hands. Every college program in America should give this kid a look.

24' Gregory Bienvenue OT/DT 6'4 (Desert Ridge)

Gregory Bienvenue stands out as an exceptional offensive lineman in Arizona. He possesses all the qualities required to excel at the next level. With his quick and powerful hands, he effectively drives his opponent off the line of scrimmage. It is rare to find an offensive lineman who excels in both pass protection and run blocking, like Gregory Bienvenue does. Recognized as a 4-star prospect by 5 Star Sports, he deserves the attention of numerous college programs.

Current offers: Arizona, Arizona State, Boston College, Colorado State, Iowa State, Oregon State.

25' Nikko Boncore WR 6'0 (Cactus)

Nikko Boncore, an impressive athlete, has emerged as one of the top wide receivers this season. He is currently ranked #7 in receiving yards according to Maxpreps. Nikko's versatility allows him to excel both on the outside and inside as a possession receiver. Additionally, he poses a significant threat in punt returns, often making impactful plays. In a recent game against Sunrise Mountain on October 20th, Nikko displayed his skills with 10 receptions for 179 yards and 2 touchdowns. Given his exceptional performance, it comes as no surprise that he is considered a highly sought-after prospect for division 1 colleges. In fact, Nikko already holds offers from Iowa State.

25' Beckham Barney LB 6'3 (Mesa Mt.View)

Beckham Barney is an absolute force when it comes to tackling. His relentless energy and unwavering determination make him a standout player. So far this season, he has accumulated an impressive total of 116 tackles. With his keen sense for the football and lightning-fast instincts, he can easily track down agile quick skill players. Additionally, Barney demonstrates exceptional consistency in executing his tackling technique. It's frightening to consider that he still has one more year of high school football ahead of him. He is bound to set a few records.

25' Jax Markovich TE 6'4 (Horizon)

Jax Markovich, a junior at Horizon High School in Arizona, has emerged as one of the top tight ends in the state. With his impressive physical attributes and skills, he has been instrumental in his team's success this season. Currently, he has received offers from San Diego State and California, but we anticipate that more schools will show interest due to his reliable catching ability, improved route running, and proficiency in run blocking. In a recent game against Desert Mountain, Jax showcased his talents by recording 4 receptions for 72 yards and scoring a touchdown. As they continue their serious push in the 5A conference, we can expect more outstanding performances like this from Jax on the horizon.