Some More Friday Night Special Super-Stars! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Super Star Athlete Chase Day #32 had an Incredible Game on Friday Night!

SOME MORE FRIDAY NIGHT
SPECIAL SUPER-STARS!

By Super Scout Max Emfinger

“There are two types of people, those who watch things happen and those who make things happen. I am the individual who makes things happen. I plan to attend a four year university and major in engineering and upon graduation, attend law school. I plan to have an immediate impact on my team. I am a leader, hard worker, self-motivated and a very coachable individual. I was chosen as Team Captain for my varsity Football Team as a Junior last football season. I am a team player and I push players to always do their best. I am resilient and persistent and my persistence stems from my Faith in God because I know all things are possible through God.” Chase Day – Max Emfinger’s 2015 All-American Bowl Game Classic!

OK! Lets Check Out Chase Day of Baton Rouge Dunham School and see just what he did on Friday Night!

The First thing to realize is that The Dunham School UPSET Eighth Ranked Episcopal by a 20-14 Score at Home in their own Dunham Football Stadium, so lets see what happened in that game. Dunham Head Football Coach Neil Weiner, my good friend, continued to use the word “Awesome” in explaining this Huge Dunham Upset Victory.

Day (6-2, 215, 4.47, 36, 4.3, 118, 20) is a Super Athlete and he has been recruited to play Outside Linebacker or Safety, but if you look at his Highlight Film, you might want to consider him on Offense where he lines-up at Wide Receiver, Tight End, and H-Back or Running Back; plus Safety and Linebacker. In all of my Years of Scouting, I don’t remember that many players playing that many positions on a Highlight Film. Day has Several Offers and he is currently in a Verbal Commitment to University Louisiana Monroe.

Chase Day Profile PictureThe Most Awesome Player in the Game was Chase Day,” said Coach Weiner after the Game. “Day had a 73-Yard Touchdown Run; threw a 43-Yard Touchdown Pass; caught a 9-Yard Key Pass from Jyron Walker for a First Down on their 80-Yard Touchdown Drive, just before Half-Time; and made a Game-Saving Tackle on Espiscopal Wide Receiver Spencer Kleinpeter, late in the game to prevent a Go-Ahead Touchdown  for Espiscopal. In this game, Day played Free Safety on Defense and recorded 12 Tackles.

Dunham Starting Quarterback, Jyron Walker came out of the game with a leg injury in the Fourth Quarter and Day was moved to Quarterback. In this Awesome Friday Night Game, Day Finished with a Game-High 158-Yards on 21 Carries. Then with his 43-Yard Touchdown Pass and Nine-Yard Catch from Walker; Day Recorded 210 All-Purpose Yards that we know about; plus his 12 Tackles, including at least one Game-Saving Tackle.

I called Day after the game and asked him what position that he wanted to play in our All-American Bowl Game and he said that he is leaning to play Defense in College and would love to play Outside Linebacker in our game. I told him that we would decide what position once we got all of the players to the game. I told him that he could be a Super-Star Tight End in our All-American Bowl Game and he liked that idea.

“At least one School is still Recruiting me to play H-Back,” said Day.

My Friday Schedule this Week was a “Little Different” from most all of my other Fridays, but nevertheless, it was a Very Special Friday.

The Plaquemine Quarterback #9 was at it again in leading his Green Devils to a 59-18 Rout over Belaire. QB D’Morea Wicks (5-10, 180, 4.4, 38) completed 10 of 11 passes for 193-Yards and Three Touchdowns. Remember, a few weeks ago, when I met Capri, at Walmart. Capri is the Aunt of D’Morea Wicks.

Click The Link: “The Incredible Journey Not-Taken!” By Super Scout Max Emfinger  http://wp.me/p2fDtb-27Q

Since I did not fulfill my Journey Not Taken on Friday September 12, I decided to Fulfill it on Friday September 26, two weeks later. It takes about 90-Minutes to get to Carencro, so I had planned to leave around 4:00 and I would still be able to get there and talk to Coach Kevin Faulk before the game against Lake Charles Barbe. Before I left, I wanted to grab Lunch for Ginger, my Four-Legged Son, Goof, and myself.

Ginger, how about some “Homemade” Chicken Salad from Walmart and I can pick-up some more Cosequin DS for Goof’s Joint Health Support, and then also have some Chicken Salad left for Sandwiches for my Trip.”

So the next thing that I know, is that I’m at Walmart and I’m buying “Homemade”  Chicken Salid for Ginger to make Sandwiches for my Trip. I’m also getting ready to drive to Carencro and so I have my All-American Bowl Game Coaching Shirt on. This Lady named “Capri” who is serving me my Chicken Salad sees the word Bowl on my Bowl Game Coaching Shirt and she asked me if I was a Bowler.

“No! It’s a High School All-American Football Bowl Game! Do you live in Plaquemine?”

“Yes I do live in Plaquemine,” said the Lady named “Capri” behind the Chicken Salad Deli Counter. “Do you know any of the Plaquemine High School Football Players,” I asked.

“Capri” said: “Yes! My Nephew is D’Morea Wicks, the Plaquemine Quarterback.”  If you have not already Clicked: Here is where you need to Click the Link and read about Wicks in “The Incredible Journey Not Taken!”

This is the Incredible Beginning of this Particular Special Friday that might have turned-out to be one of the Best Ever Special Friday.

Of course, I told “Capri” to tell her Brother to get his Son, D’Morea Wicks to Fill out his Invitation Paperwork that I had already sent to him to play in the 2015 Eleventh Annual All-American Bowl Game. I also told her that one of the Plaquemine Twin Brothers, OC/NG Kenny Dotson (6-3, 255, 4.9), had already turned in his Paperwork to play in the Game and I was waiting on OT Kevin Dotson (6-5, 315, 5.3), OT Jodeci Harris (6-7, 341, 5.3), and QB/ATH D’Morea Wicks (5-10, 180, 4.4, 38, 4.18). “Capri” said she would get D’Morea to send in his Paperwork. I’m also waiting on two Plaquemine Coaches, DT/LB Coach Kelcy Dotson and RB/DB Coach J’Kouri Williams, but I still have not heard from any of them.

All of the Plaquemine Players and Coaches are involved in the District Championship and their Huge Game with Lutcher for the District 6-4A Championship that is  coming on Friday, October 24 at Plaquemine.

While waiting to hear from some of these Home-Town People in Plaquemine, three other Players have been recommended to me. I have already Evaluated them on their Highlight Film and I must say that I am very impressed with them on their Film.

Cody Brooks (5-10, 170, 4.4, 36, and a 4.1 Pro-Shuttle) is a very impressive and very aggressive Defensive Back and Allen Riley (6-0, 170, 4.5, and a 39-Inch Vertical Jump) is also very impressive and aggressive.

The Green Devils other Versatile Quarterback is Louis Conerly (6-0, 210, 4.5) who can play a lot of positions, including Linebacker at the Next Level. I will be Evaluating all of them at the Big Game against Lutcher on Friday, at Plaquemine Green Devils Stadium, a little over a mile from my House.

Teurling Catholic Scores 36 Straight Points in Incredible Friday Game!

Lafayette Teurlings Catholic was down 43-17 midway through the third quarter, put made an Incredible Rally when they scored 36 Straight Points To Totally Shock a previously unbeaten St Thomas More Team by a 56-46 Score.

Teurlings Junior Quarterback, Cole Kelley, was hot and cold most of the night, but he was “Hotter than a Pistol” when it counted the most, and he made some Incredible Plays in the Victory. After St Thomas More took a seemingly safe 43-17 lead, Kelley threw a desperation pass, deep, down-field, hoping for the best. This is when some Heavenly Things started to happen for Teurlings. The Football hit a St Thomas More Defensive Back right “Smack-Dab” in the chest for an Interception, but wait.

The ball that should’ve been intercepted and returned deep in Teurlings territory, unexpectedly popped-up into the air. It then seemed to hang there for a few seconds until Super-Star All-Purpose Running back #22 Sage LeBlanc (5-8, 170, 4.4) raced over to the Football and grabbed it out of the air and raced, untouched for an 80-yard Touchdown, making the Score 43-25.

Another thing that is so Amazing about this Heavenly Play is that in the Newspaper on Saturday, if you are reading the Scoring and not the Complete Writeup of the Game, you would read that Kelley (6-7, 235, 4.8) threw an 80-Yard Touchdown Pass to LeBlanc.

On his next play, Kelley threw a Fabulous deep pass down the sideline and Grant LaGrange caught it in Perfect-Stride for a beautiful 38-Yard Touchdown, making the Score read 43-33.

After the Kelley to LaGrange Touchdown, Teurlings forced a punt and on a bad snap recovered the football on the Two-Yard line and the Rebels scored on the next play to make the score read 43-41 score.

The Rebels then recovered a fumble on the first play in the Fourth Quarter, and on the second play Kelley hit LaGrange again on a Beautiful 26-Yard Touchdown Pass, making the Score read 49-43 giving the Rebels the lead for good.

The Newspaper Headlines ReadGavin Royer caught a 20-Yard Touchdown Pass in the Fourth Quarter as Lafayette Teurling Catholic Upset St Thomas More by a 56-46 Score, but this Headline does not even come close to telling the real Story and Super Star Athlete Gavin Royer and Super Star Athlete Sage LeBlanc.

In the Newspaper it reads: Sage LeBlanc throws a Touchdown Pass to safety Gavin Royer (In Photo), but it does not say that it was on a blown field goal attempt. LeBlanc grabbed a very high snap and then tried to run it for a Touchdown, but was getting ready to be tackled and threw a “Hail-Mary Pass” into the End-Zone and it looked like another “Sure-Fire” Interception, but wait again. Super Star Safety Gavin Royer (6-0, 205, 4.48, 38, 4.03, 126, 22) grabbed the Would-Be Interception out of the Hands of the St Thomas More Defensive Back and Scored the Final Rebels Touchdown.

In Port Barre, Livonia Super-Star RB Malcolm Dedrick (6-0, 180, 4.4, 36, 4.06, 122, 12) rushed for 142-Yards on only 10 Carries and Scored Two Touchdown Runs of 24 and 56-Yards, as Livonia (6-0) Routed them 53-0.

The Breaux Bridge Tigers Have One Of The Greatest Defenses In The Country!

The Breaux Bridge Defense was Incredible again as they held their Cross-Parish Rivals, St Martinville, to only 20-Yards of Total Offense as the Tigers moved their 5-4A Record to 3-1. On Offense, Junior Drake Guidry threw an Eight-Yard Touchdown Pass to Javin Derouselle #3 in the First Quarter and a 21-Yard Touchdown to Javeyan Williams #1 in the Second Quarter in the 14-0 Victory.

Super Free Safety Joseph Williams #2 (5-10, 190, 4.38, 38, 4.03, 126, 15) and MLB Orel Ledet #5 (6-0, 210, 4.51, 36, 4.31, 116, 25) were again two of the Defensive Stars in this Victory for Breaux Bridge and both of them have Committed to play in our Eleventh Annual All-American Bowl Game, along with Slot Receiver Javeyan Williams #1 (5-9, 170, 4.42).

Also on Friday, Lafayette Northside traveled-up I-49 to play Opelousas in a Non-Conference Game and The Opelousas Football Team, probably wished they would have stayed in Lafayette as the Northside Vikings Routed them 42-0, behind Super-Star Quarterback Ethan Rose on Offense and Noseguard DeMarcus Lee on Defense.

Northside quarterback Ethan Rose Jr. (17) is tackled by Carencro linebacker Xavier Brooks (27) on a run during the first half of an LHSAA football game at Carencro High School in Carencro, La., Friday, Sept. 12, 2014.  Paul Kieu, The Advertiser
Rose #17
(5-11, 190, 4.3, 38, 4.01) is in the Photo Above against Carencro is being tackled by Carencro Middle Linebacker #27 Xavier Brooks and is one of the most impressive Athletes in Louisiana, while Lee, who lives with Rose and his Mom and Dad, is one of the most impressive Defensive Tackles in Louisiana. Both Rose and Lee are both playing in the Eleventh Annual 2015 All-American Bowl Game Classic and along with Super Freak OT Oshea Dugas (6-5, 300, 4.8) are starting to get some real attention from the College Coaches. Northside Head Coach Trev Faulk will Coach the West Team Linebackers in the All-American Bowl Game.

Against Opelousas, Rose was just Incredible as he Rushed for 221-Yards and Scored Three Touchdowns on Runs of 22, 35, and 33-Yards to go with 108-Yards Passing and another Touchdown, giving him 329-Yards Total Offense and Four Scores. Lee (6-1, 295, 4.87) was just as impressive on Defense as he Recorded 10 Tackles, including 3 Sacks and 5 Tackles for a Loss. Lee also had 4 Quarterback Hurries.

Xavier Brooks (6-2, 210, 4.5, 36, 4.3)  is a Sensational Middle Linebacker for Carencro Coach Kevin Faulk. Brooks recorded 18 tackles two weeks ago in the game against Northside and he will join Super Wide Receiver Donald Stokes (6-2, 190, 4.42, 39 4.06) and Cornerback D’Ronne Littleton (6-0,170, 4.4, 38, 4.1) and Coach Kevin Faulk in participating in the Eleventh Annual 2015 All-American Bowl Game Classic. Coach Faulk will Coach the West Team Running Backs.

Another Great Quarterback that had a great game on Friday Night is Chance Clowers (6-0, 180, 4.6) of Monroe Ouachita Christian as he led his team to a 53-30 Victory over Delhi. In that game, Clowers Completed 11 of 21 passes for 190-Yards and Three Touchdowns, including Scoring Strikes of 36, 22, and 21-Yards.

Clowers is a Great Baseball and Football Super-Star. In Football, Clowers is a Great Leader at Quarterback and on his Highlight Film, he demonstrates Great Accuracy and Great Leadership Qualities in leading his Team down the Field to Victory.  Clowers will Participate in the Eleventh Annual 2015 All-American Bowl Game Classic. In the Last Two Weeks, Clowers has Completed 21 of 33 passes for 382-Yards and Eight Touchdowns and has had an additional 93-Yards Rushing.

All of the Players in this Story have been invited to participate in our All-American Bowl Game. Click the Link to see how all of them are Rated:

http://wp.me/p2fDtb-29U

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About maxemfingerrecruiting

My mission and goal is to search for that hidden high school football talent that has not been found yet. I then evaluate him and try to help him to get some publicity. In 2003, 2004, 2005. and 2006, I hosted my Annual 7on7 National Championship. My goal was to get great athletes to one area where I could evaluate them and then help them with college coaches. The only drawback was that college coaches wanted to see the hidden gems in a game-type highlight film and so the college coaches suggested to me that I host a real All-American Bowl Game so that they could view these talented players in a highlight film, playing against other talented players. It's noted that the NCAA doesn't allow the college coaches to attend All-American Games or practices and so the Game Film is a great tool for the college coaches. In 2005, I hosted my 1st Annual All-American Bowl Game. In nine games in nine years, my wife and I have helped 549 HS football players to get a scholarship that came to our first Bowl Game practice without a single scholarship offer. This also does not count over 1,000 players who we have helped that did not play in our game, including over 100 players in the 2010 Recruiting Season. My Super Elite Top Gun Camp idealogy, is of course, to get as many Top Football Players to a Top Gun Camp so that all of my coaches and I can evaluate them, rate them, rank them, and promote them. There will always be "Diamonds in the Rough" to be found. My First Annual Max Emfinger's Super Elite Top Gun Camp was in July of 2010. The Camp was amazing and loaded with unknown and known talent. Many of them were invited to play in our 2011 All-American Bowl Game Classic. In 2007, in my 3rd Annual All-American Bowl Game, a player by the name of Kareem Jackson came to our first Monday practice, without a single scholarship offer. Jackson decided to come out early and he became a #1 Draft Choice in the 2010 NFL Draft for the Houston Texans.
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