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Bellarmine tight end picks PAC-12 school
A few weeks after receiving a preferred walk-on offer from Washington, Bellarmine senior tight end Griffin Waiss decided that was the school for him.
Waiss announced his commitment to the Huskies on Thursday, choosing the preferred walk-on route over a slew of offers from California Lutheran, Carleton, Linfield, Pacific Lutheran and Puget Sound – all Division III schools.
In a previous interview with Waiss, whose GPA sits at a 4.0, he detailed his excitement with the more spread and RPO heavy scheme under the new coaching staff.
“I’m really excited because I know last year I think the scheme just made me primarily a blocker. I was primarily a run blocker, and that’s fun in its own sense,” Waiss said. “As a tight end, I really want to be a hybrid player. I want to get receptions, too, and I’m excited for this new scheme to get me the ball a little bit more often.”
Campolindo’s Max Weaver commits
Campolindo senior wide receiver and defensive back Maxwell Weaver’s college destination was selected on Monday, committing to an FCS program in Davidson.
Weaver, who was first offered by Davidson in March, was one of Campolindo’s top targets during the 2019 season. His 534 receiving yards were the second-most on the roster, while his six touchdown receptions led the way.
The Davidson pledge also had one interception in Campolindo’s 10-win season.
Brickhandler’s offer list grows
Despite no games currently taking place yet, Pittsburg senior quarterback Eli Brickhandler continues to make a name for himself.
Brickhandler, who moved to Pittsburg early in the offseason after originally playing at Whitney High School in Rocklin, received an offer from Iowa Wesleyan out of the Division III level. The Iowa Wesleyan offer joins the likes of La Verne, Lawrence Tech, Rocky Mountain College, Saint Anselm.
The dual-threat quarterback ignited an incredible turnaround during his junior campaign at Whitney, throwing for 2,259 yards while rushing for another 743, guiding Whitney to a Sac-Joaquin Section title game appearance a year after the program failed to record a win.
Serra duo receives offers
Two Serra players brought in offers last week:
McPherson colleges offers trio of Bay Area players
Three Bay Area football players garnered offers from McPherson College out of the NAIA level:
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