Prospects Recap from Central Lake and Tri-Unity Christian (Story)

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Jeff Corrion
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Jeff Corrion

Wyoming Tri-Unity Christian had a game-changing forced fumble right before halfime and they would drive downfield and score a touchdown to break a 12-12 tie. At halftime The D Zone left to travel to another game, Tri-Unity Christian won by the score of 48-12.

We'll break down their performances below:

Tri-Unity Christian:

2019 K/P/QB Braydon Ophoff has a very strong leg and he put it on display Saturday in windy and chilly conditions on a grass field. Ophoff had several long kickoffs including at least 1 touchback that we seen. Ophoff is also the QB and is a nice dual-threat QB for the Defenders.

2020 WR/S Nick Wedeven is a tall and long receiver prospect who stands over 6'4 tall. Wedeven as expected is a 8-man nightmare matchup on opposing DB's and LB's.

Central Lake:

2019 RB/LB Grant Papineau is a hard-nosed and physical player who had a big first half running the ball for the Trojans as it took several Defenders to bring him down. Defensively Papineau had his helmet in on a lot of plays. Papineau is getting D2 looks.

2019 RB/S Skyler Spangler is a nice and versatile player who has impressed us the two times this year we've seen Central Lake. Spangler had two rushing touchdowns and is RB with good vision + good speed to hit the holes. He's a 1-cut and go RB who doesn't dance around much. At Safety Spangler is solid, he's not really a ball-hawk type Safety but still moves well and is good in run support.