Prospects Recap from Swan Valley and Freeland (Story)

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Jeff Corrion
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A big-time rivalry had a big-time score differential as Swan Valley scored 41 straight points to defeat Freeland, 41-3. Swan Valley controlled the line of scrimmage throughout the day allowing for minimal big plays on offense for Freeland and once the Vikings got rolling in the 2nd and 3rd quarters on offense, Freeland was worn down.

Swan Valley:

2019 QB Alex Fries is a 6'2 185 lbs QB who throws well and has good mobility. Will be a D2/NAIA player in college. Fries once he settled in late in the first quarter, was about perfect in his accuracy in the 2nd and 3rd quarters and broke out several key runs.

2019 OT/DT Rorey Garner is 6'1 285 lbs and was a player who was in on mostly every tackle around the line of scrimmage. Garner also played offensive line and played well there too. Will be a D2/NAIA player in college.

2020 WR/DB Ethan Champney is a 6'3 180 lbs receiver / defensive back prospect who scored 2 touchdowns, had some nice catches on offense, and some pass break-ups on defense as well. Champney is an upcoming name to know about in the future as he possesses good speed and has great size for the positions.

2020 DL Carson Berenyi is 6'2 240 lbs and a strong pass rusher and is a freak in the weight room. Berenyi was in on several tackles and had a few QB hurries.

2019 MLB/FB Matt Pike holds an offer from Concordia-Ann Arbor. The 5'9 210 pounder was in a lot of tackles and clearly one of the teams leaders.

2019 RB/OLB DeOndric Sanders had a big game for the Vikings on both sides of the ball, at OLB his speed caused disruptions for any Freeland runs outside the Tackles and on offense, Sanders had some nice runs and hit the corner twice for touchdown runs.

2019 ATH Terryon Liddell is 5'10 165 lbs and plays CB, WR, and RB. On Friday Liddell had some plays defensively and made some nice catches on offense. Liddell had a key interception for a touchback in the 2nd quarter.

2021 RB/S Khyree Harris with Chase Mendoza out for this game, Harris stepped up big time and had the first touchdown of the game for Swan Valley. Harris seemed to make several more offensive plays and was very solid defensively for the Vikings at Safety.


2019 WR/OLB Jack Townsend is the Falcons most dynamic playmaker at 6'4 190 lbs and was used all over the field on both sides of the ball. Townsend has a body/frame that could be molded into a nice TE/OLB prospect as he lined up also as a receiver and defensive back during the game. Townsend was a major mismatch in the passing game and made several nice plays defensively.

2019 WR/TE Jayce Bourcier is 6'5 190 and is a player who can make plays when given the chance and also is a very strong Punter. Bourcier is long, rangy, and moves well for his size, could add add more weight to his frame in college. Punting appears to be the potential position in college for Bourcier and he also plays basketball.