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All parents are invited to attend monthly booster meetings.

2017-2018 meeting dates:  

  • June 13
  • July 18
  • August 8
  • September 12
  • October 17
  • November 14
  • December 12
  • January 9
  • February 13
  • March 13
  • April 10
  • May 8

7:00 pm  |  Room E-204

Under the tutelage of Head Coach Norris Vaughan, 30 Mountain Pointe football players have signed with Division One schools over the past eight years.

 

2010

Alex Lewis  –  Nebraska
Ben Demarr   –  Air Force
Davon Jones   –  Mississippi Valley State

2011

Izzy Marshall  –   Arizona State
Jose Romero   –  Arizona
JR Plote   –  South Dakota State

2012

RJ Hollis  –  Hawaii

2013

Kenny Lacy  –  UCLA
Tre Campbell  –  Georgia State
Landry Payne  –  Oregon State
Thair Blakes  –  UAB

2014

Jalen Brown  –  Oregon/Northwestern
Wesley Payne  –  Oregon State
Timmy Hernandez  –  Oregon State
Markell Simmons  –  TCU
Natrell Curtis  –  UAB
Dominique Fenstermacher  –  UNLV
Mitchell Fraboni  –  ASU
Emmanuel Butler  –  NAU
Deontay Townsend  –  Sam Houston State
Xavier Cochrane  –  Colorado

2015

Nick Carman  –  Utah
Davis Perrott  –  Washington State
Paul Lucas  –  Oregon State
Brandyn Leonard  –  New Mexico State

2016

Jack Smith  –  Arizona State

2017

Isaiah Pola-Mao  –  USC
Eddie Rivas  –  NAU
Jaydon Brooks  –  Navy
Rashie Hodge  –  South Dakota State

2:00 pm  –  Varsity    |   3:00 pm  –  JV & Frosh   |   Registration form & details available here:  2017 Strength & Conditioning Camp

4/27

Mandatory practice begins July 24th for Varsity & JV, and July 31st for incoming freshmen.

Matthew Pola Mao  (Photo by Sports360AZ)

No. 2 Matthew Pola-Mao, Phoenix Mountain Pointe, DT, 6-2, 290

A four-star by Scout.com, he has started at nose tackle since his freshman year on varsity. He is the younger brother of senior safety Isaiah Pola-Mao, who signed with USC. Pola-Mao has offers from UA, ASU, Washington,  among others.

See full article below.

Arizona’s top high school football prospects: 2019 class

, azcentral sports11:35 a.m. MT April 19, 2017

 

Spring football is around the corner, and it’s time to get going on the class of 2019 for Arizona high school football prospects.

I’ll roll out 10 each week until I reach 100.

RELATED: Arizona’s top high school football prospects: 2018 class

No. 10 Aaron Wood, Mesa Skyline, RB, 5-9, 175

He ran for 1,000 yards as  a sophomore, splitting time with a senior. Great work ethic and passion for the game. Has added 25 pounds since the end of last season.

No. 9 Nate Polk, Scottsdale Saguaro, S, 6-2, 190

A long, athletic, rangy defensive back who comes from tremendous football bloodlines. His father played in the NFL. His brother Ray played for Colorado. He is a dynamic defensive playmaker with great ball skills who could be the next Isaiah Pola-Mao to come through high school.

RELATED: Arizona’s best high school football programs – ranked by state titles

No. 8 Avery Carrington, Chandler, DB, 6-2, 180

He transferred from Hamilton in January. He is the brother of former Hamilton All-Arizona defensive back Devon Carrington, who went on to have a good career at Stanford. This Carrington could be just as good if not better. He anticipates well covering a lot of field. He had 41 tackles and three interceptions on Hamilton’s varsity as a sophomore.

No. 7 Ryan Puskas, Peoria Liberty, S, 6-2, 190

Great athlete who runs track. He covers the field really well. Makes plays on defense with his speed and physical play. He 54 tackles, five for losses, last season on varsity. He also blocked five punts. One of the more valuable special teams players in the state. He had three interceptions and eight pass breakups. His recruiting will blow up.

RELATED: Arizona’s best high school football coaches – ranked by state titles

RELATED: Arizona’s best high school football coaches – ranked by state titles

No. 6 D’Shayne James, Gilbert Perry, WR, 6-3, 210

Similar build as Arizona State wide receiver N’Keal Harry, James is getting serious looks from Nebraska. He had 58 catches for 823 yards and nine touchdowns last season. Big-play threat who makes plays after catches.

No. 5 JaCobby Dinwiddie, Mesa Mountain View, WR, 6-2, 180

He made a major impact as a sophomore when he caught 70 passes for 1,012 yards and six TDs. His offers will depend on his grades. Arizona, Arizona State and Washington State are on him. He’ll be getting great looks in spring ball. Excellent athlete. Big-play target.

ARIZONA NFL CONNECTIONS: NFL players from an Arizona college or high school

No. 4 Dez Melton, Glendale Deer Valley, Athlete, 6-4, 210

Tremendous athlete who picked up his first offer from Arizona. He can play anywhere. The Skyhawks used him at running back and he ran for 1,362 yards and 15 touchdowns on 190 carries. He caught 17 passes for 271 yards. And his best position in college could be safety.

No. 3 Jacob Conover, Chandler, QB, 6-1, 196

He beat out two guys in grades above him to become the starting quarterback and led the Wolves to the 6A state championship, then a Georgia state championship team in Texas in late December. His stats were off the charts: 3,715 yards, 32 TDs passing with just five interceptions. He completed nearly 70 percent of his passes.

RELATED: Biggest impact football players from Arizona in past 10 recruiting classes

No. 2 Matthew Pola-Mao, Phoenix Mountain Pointe, DT, 6-2, 290

A four-star by Scout.com, he has started at nose tackle since his freshman year on varsity. He is the younger brother of senior safety Isaiah Pola-Mao, who signed with USC. Pola-Mao has offers from UA, ASU, Washington,  among others.

No. 1 Spencer Rattler, Phoenix Pinnacle, QB, 6-2, 180

He started picking up football scholarship offers from Power 5 conferences after his freshman season. Rattler, also a talented basketball player, is up to 12 offers, five from the Pac-12, including both Arizona and Arizona State and UCLA, Colorado and Utah. He has grown a little more each year. His athleticism is off the charts and his arm strength and IQ only getting better. Watch for his best season yet in his third year as a varsity starter.

MORE: Notable Arizona high school football recruiting misses

Suggest human interest stories to Richard Obert at richard.obert@arizonarepublic.com or 602-316-8827. Follow him at azc_obert

Mountain Pointe’s annual Physical Day for next year’s athletes is being held on Thursday, May 11th.   Find all details at:  TUHSD Sports Physicals

 

Hedley Physical Day

Congrats to Jaydon Brooks on being honored as one of the top scholar athletes in Arizona by theNational Football Foundation.  Pictured with Coach Norris Vaughan at the 36th Annual Scholar Athlete Awards Banquet on April 8, 2017.  

 

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