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Updated: Feb 14

PHOENIX, Ariz. -- January 13th. That is the first day of Redzone Elite’s MLK 7on7 Jamboree. Why is this an important date? The Chandler, Scottsdale, Gilbert, & Peoria School Districts will have already begun their second semester/third quarter of the school year. Other schools in the Valley begin theirs after MLK Day (Jan. 15) or the week after that.


At the biggest local 7s tournament to kick off the club 7s season (there are a few small ones on Jan. 6 & 7), we will find out about a lot of new destinations for some of the top 2025, 2026, and 2027 football players in the state of Arizona (mostly 26’s and 27’s). 


The importance of transferring before the start of the second semester is players being able to participate in track and spring football at their new school. For those that also play a winter sport, they typically wait until summer to transfer if that is what they decide to do.


With that being said, there are a number of players that have already publicly announced or changed their twitter bios to indicate that they are on the move to start off the calendar year of 2024:



Sa'Veon McCrimon

Position: ATH

Class: 2025

Previous School: Westwood

New School: Tempe

2023 Stats: 57 rec, 662 yards, 4 TDs, 42 rush, 261 yards, 14 total tackles, 3 PBUs


In his junior season at Westwood, he was the clear #1 target for two-star QB Giordan Hanks, totaling just over 66 yards a game and four touchdowns while also being the team's third-leading rusher. It will be interesting to see how he is utilized at Tempe, but it seems that he is the most productive at the WR position. Going from playing against 6A competition to one of 3A's stronger regions, the move should result in even bigger production from McCrimon next season. Averaging over 100 scrimmage yards a game is quite likely as he hopes to give the improving Buffaloes a boost towards their playoff hopes just two years after the program combined to go 1-24 from 2020-2022. Coach Freeman has done a tremendous job thus far turning around that program and you're starting to see more and more guys buy in.


Antwoine Poindexter

Position: RB/DB

Class: 2025

Previous School: North

New School: Tempe

2023 Stats: 62 rush, 277 yards, 3 TDs, 11 rec, 60 yards, TD


After leading North in rushing yards last season, Poindexter joins the large group of guys that continually leave Phoenix Union schools as he joins McCrimon and others at Tempe. Poindexter should get a lot more carries this season and it will be interesting to see where he fits in with the Tempe offense and potentially their defense as well. We'll see after spring ball, but Tempe may be a trendy dark horse pick to make the 3A playoffs next season.


Jayden Pico

Position: QB

Class: 2026

Previous School: Shadow Ridge

New School: Liberty

2023 Stats: 1,261 passing yards, 8 total TDs (5 rush), 6 INTs, 763 rushing yards


The exodus out of Shadow Ridge continues after a 1-9 season followed by parting ways with the head coach, AD, and principal in November. The school has hired a new principal and AD swiftly but took until January 31st to announce the hire of new head coach Michael Zdeski after previous coach Sean Heagarty was let go in early November. Pico is the fourth Shadow Ridge player to inform me of his transfer on the record, but there is actually a total of 7 Shadow Ridge players that have already transferred: Pico to Liberty, Coronado to Centennial, Callejas to Desert Edge, and Garver and three others to neighboring Canyon View.


The QB battle at Liberty will be interesting to watch. I expect both '26 QB Brady Stevens and '25 QB Hayden Fletcher to battle it out to start the first five games before Pico is eligible and then it will be a three-way battle for the final five regular season games + playoffs.


However, Pico is the only one in the group that comes in with two years of experience as a varsity starter. He had a phenomenal freshman season, winning the 2022 BJ Media Freshman of the Year award over Donivan Dixon of Cactus Shadows (the 2023 Underclassman of the Year) after throwing for over 2,000 yards, 18 TDs, and just 4 interceptions.


After finishing the 2022 season strong and having their undefeated freshman team poised to make several varsity debuts alongside Pico in 2023, Shadow Ridge had a very disappointing season this year. Between injuries and players being underutilized, it was a disastrous 1-9 season. Pico battled through injuries himself and did not put up the same passing numbers he did in 2022, however he did rush for 763 yards (led the team) and 5 TDs despite the team's struggles.


2024 will be a great chance for Pico to start fresh and catch the eye of the college recruiters that constantly keep their eyes on Liberty players.


Asad Ali

Position: WR

Class: 2026

Previous School: Tolleson

New School: Centennial

2023 Stats: 30 rec, 404 yards, 4 TDs


Ali is the second WR to leave Tolleson and it is starting to raise eyebrows as to what is going on over there. Tolleson had one of the best '26 and '27 cores in the state last year that included '27 TE Judah Lancaster, '26 WR Rico Blassingme, '27 QB Kristian Escebedo, '26 WR Hamisi Juma, and Ali. Now both Juma and Ali are gone and there appeared to be a QB controversy as '25 three-star QB Tagg Harrison came in from California and took over the starting job midseason. It will be interesting to see if anyone else leaves Tolleson. Lancaster, Blassingme, and Harrison all have D-I offers and are still at the school.


Ali can break secondaries down in multiple ways. He can beat corners deep, he can catch a bubble screen and break multiple tackles and turn it into a big play, and he's also a master of corner routes. It will be interesting to see how they use him at Centennial in a WR room that has become crowded and includes former Cactus star Nikko Boncore and former Sabino three-star Shamar Berryhill. The transfers arriving for the Coyotes are a great recipe for a dominant season for '26 QB Kainan Manna.


Hassan Smith

Postion: DB/WR

Class: 2027

Previous School: Camelback

New School: Desert Mountain


Smith played both ways at the freshman level for Camelback last season. He heads over to join a loaded Desert Mountain '27 offense that includes wideouts Evan Dowd, Isaiah Justice, and Parker Lavelle, tight ends Conor Olson and Jaden Lindley, and running back Ryan Cratty. With the trio of highly-ranked recruits graduating from Desert Mountain, the Wolves may opt to go with a younger group on varsity this season. It will be interesting to see which '27's will play varsity as sophomores.


Raiden Vines-Bright

Position: WR

Class: 2025

247 Sports Rating: 3-star, #5 player in Florida

Offers: Arizona, Arizona State, & 13 other P4 schools

Previous School: Corona Del Sol

New School: IMG Academy (FL)

2023 Stats: 59 rec, 1,114 yards, 9 TDs


I'm a little late to the party in updating this story as somehow 247 Sports somehow updated Vines-Bright's ranking to Florida before I wrote this portion of the story. All jokes aside, RVB was the second-highest rated WR in the AZ Class of 2025 behind 4-star Cooper Perry. He is the cherry on top for the exodus out of Corona Del Sol after their frustrating 2023 campaign.


Unlike some other schools dealing with several transfers out, Vines-Bright thanked Coach Barro for his dedication to himself and the program in his statement that he tweeted out after the news of his transfer broke. This is the second straight year that a top Arizona prospect left for IMG Academy with '25 QB Jamar Malone and '25 LB Kamarion Peete making to the move to Bradenton, FL last year. Neither player is still at the academy.


Jai Jones

Position: WR/DB

Class: 2027

Offers: NAU, Arizona State, Arizona

Previous School: Corona Del Sol

New School: Chandler

2023 Stats (11 games): 35 rec, 305 yards, TD



The news of Jones' transfer was supposed to stay quiet, but this tweet above let the cat out of the bag on Jan. 10 before Westside Sports Arizona tweeted out the news the following day. The freshman phenom that already holds three D-I offers after playing a full varsity season as a freshman will have an immediate impact on the young Chandler WR core after the departures of three-stars Justice Spann and Jaxon Branch. After a frustration 2023 campaign for Corona Del Sol, a good chunk of their freshman core has departed for other East Valley schools.


Drew Coronado

Position: OL

Class: 2026

Previous School: Shadow Ridge

New School: Centennial


With the departures of the athletic director and HC Sean Hegarty, Coronado is now the third Shadow Ridge player to publicly acknowledge his plans to transfer, which his mother did in an Instagram post on Jan. 11. After being a part of the undefeated freshman team in 2022, it was a strange sophomore varsity season for Coronado. He did not get to see the field much and instead of putting him on JV to develop alongside fellow sophomore OL peers Cam Zaske and Rocco Riesland, the team elected to keep him on varsity the entire season despite him only primarily playing on special teams.


Coronado heads to West Valley powerhouse Centennial, where he will be a part of arguably the state's best team and an OL unit that returns center Camren Durfee among others and is also bringing in Cactus transfer Jesus Diaz. It will be interesting to see how much action he gets after becoming eligible Week 6.


Hamisi Juma

Position: WR/FS

Class: 2026

Offers: NAU, Arizona State, UNLV

Previous School: Tolleson

New School: Chandler

2023 Stats (5 games): 8 rec, 59 yards, 2 TDs, 38 total tackles, 2 TFLs, INT, PBU, 6 FR, FF



If the Westside Sports Arizona report is accurate, Juma will be transferring for the second time in 2 years, meaning that he will have to sit his entire junior season in 2024 and will become eligible for Chandler for his senior season in 2025. The '26 WR/FS is one of the most coveted prospects in the state for his class and holds three D-I offers already.


In the event that he wins an appeal to become eligible for Chandler in 2024, then he will be a crucial pickup for the Wolves' WR core that graduated Eastern Washington signee Jaxon Branch and three-star Justice Spann and the Wolves' secondary that graduates Utah signee Sammie Hunter, Notre Dame signee Kennedy Urlacher, three-star Niko Clark, and Jojo Taylor III.


Cale Garver

Position: OL

Class: 2027

Previous School: Shadow Ridge

New School: Canyon View


Garver got the opportunity to play every single position on the offensive line during his freshman season at Shadow Ridge and had his most success at right tackle, especially during the second half of the season. With Shadow Ridge switching athletic directors and head coaches, Garver is the second Stallion to publicly acknowledge his departure from the school.


He has headed 6 miles south to Canyon View, where he already has began attending classes this week. He played youth ball with several Canyon View players and will join a Jaguars 2027 class that went 8-1 at the freshman level this season with their lone loss to Liberty. I'm not quite sure what Canyon View's varsity offensive line is looking like next season, but I would imagine that Garver may opt to play JV and avoid sitting 5 games if he is not going to be a clear-cut starter on varsity.


Michael Callejas

Position: WR

Class: 2026

Previous School: Shadow Ridge

New School: Desert Edge

2023 Stats: 15 rec, 225 yards, TD


After a promising freshman year at Shadow Ridge, where the '26 Stallions squad went a perfect 9-0 in the 2022 season, it was a disappointing season in 2023 for Callejas and several other Shadow Ridge sophomores. He was very underutilized, as was fellow sophomore WR Mikey Cruz, and the Stallions' offense struggled to score all season en route to a 1-9 campaign that finished with nine consecutive losses. After the season, HC Sean Heagarty was let go, along with the school's athletic director. Callejas is the only Shadow Ridge sophomore that has gone public with his transferring decision as of Jan. 9, but don't be surprised if we hear from others in the near future.


With Desert Edge graduating receivers Kez Dia-Johnson, Jaqua Anderson, and Johnny Arvallo, Callejas is a big addition to pair with '25 WR David Cabrera and '27 WR Zerek Sidney, who already saw a good amount of varsity snaps as a freshman this season. After sitting the first five games, expect a big junior campaign from Callejas.


Camar Lee

Position: QB

Class: 2026

Previous School: Sierra Linda

New School: Mountain Pointe

2023 Stats: 111/225, 1,421 yards, 11 TDs, 10 INTs, 177 rushing yards, 3 TDs


In 10 starts last season '25 Maricopa transfer QB Robert Knorr threw for just over 1,000 yards with a 57% completion percentage, 11 total TDs (2 rush), and 9 interceptions.


With Camar Lee coming in from Sierra Linda now, it is no guarantee that Knorr will keep his starting job once Lee becomes eligible and this will be an interesting QB battle to watch unfold this spring and summer.


Lee, along with Dominic Kramer of Peoria, Jayden Pico of Shadow Ridge, Donivan Dixon of Cactus Shadows, and a few other '26 QBs, started since his freshman season at Sierra Linda. In his second year as the starter, he completed 49.3% of his passes for 1,421 yards, 11 TDs, and 10 interceptions while rushing for 177 yards and 3 more TDs. With HC Ty Preyer stepping down after the season, it comes as no surprise that Lee decided to make a move.


We will get a good look at the 27 transfers that Mountain Pointe received last year, primarily in the '26 class, and it will be interesting to see what Lee can do after sitting 5 games with more talent around him with the Pride.


Julian Moncivaiz

Position: WR

Class: 2026

Previous School: Desert Edge

New School: Cactus

2023 Stats: 23 rec, 290 yards, 2 TDs


This is a move that really surprised me. Even with Michael Callejas coming in, Moncivaiz was expected to be a starter opposite of '27 WR Zerek Sidney.


However, the move to Cactus should pretty much wrap up and huge overhaul in the WR room for the Cobras. Star '25 WR Nikko Boncore along with '26 WR Jahvon Clemens and '24 WR Jordan Davis are all gone, but '25 WR Juju Stubblefield returns and will be joined by Moncivaiz and former Peoria '26 WR David Rojas as the top three targets for returning QB Antonio Casaias. There may be some depth concerns at WR for the first five games, but the Cobras' WR core should be a force to be reckoned with for the final five games and playoffs.


Rylan Reyes

Position: QB

Class: 2026

Previous School: Highland

New School: ALA Queen Creek



Peter Clark of 5Star Sports first broke the news. Reyes is a big addition for the Patriots as BYU QB commit Enoch Watson graduates and will either head to his mission or head to Provo in the fall. Reyes' departure from Highland does not surprise me at all, and I was actually surprised that he didn't make the move last offseason as '25 QB Kalen Fisher was widely considered to be the Hawks' starting QB for 2023 and 2024 after leading them to a 6A state title in 2022 as a sophomore.


Reyes should be able to make an immediate impact for the Patriots as they try to make a fourth consecutive Open Division playoff appearance. He should finally get his chance to prove himself as one of the best QBs in the Arizona Class of 2026.


Isaiah Robertson

Position: DT

Class: 2025

Previous School: Sabino

New School: Centennial

2023 Stats: 44 total tackles, 2 fumble forces, 2 fumble recoveries



Robertson marks the third Sabino player to leave the 3A Champions this offseason. Wherever Robertson lands, he will be an important piece on a contender. It is unclear whether he is heading up to the valley or transferring to another Tucson power such as Mica Mountain, Canyon Del Oro, or Salpointe Catholic, at this time. I will add more analysis on this move once I found out where he is landing.


UPDATE: Robertson will be moving up to the valley and taking his talents to Centennial, becoming the third Sabino player to join the Coyotes this offseason. This is his second transfer, so he will have to win an appeal with the AIA to become eligible this season.



Mason Penrod

Postion: QB

Class: 2027

Previous School: Camelback

New School: Cesar Chavez


In his freshman season at Camelback, Penrod took a fair share of varsity snaps for the Spartans and displayed his ability to make throws downfield and make plays with his legs. New Chavez HC Chandler Hovik will look to recreate the success he had with Cam Allen at Central this past season.


Coen Johnson


Position: ATH

Class: 2026

Previous School: Ironwood

New School: Sunrise Mountain

2023 Stats (3 games): 20 tackles, 4 TFLs, 2 PBUs


With his family moving houses, Johnson is staying in PUSD at Sunrise Mountain. In limited varsity action last season, the defensive utility player showed impressive playmaking in both the passing and running game and gave us a sample size of what is to come.


Cam Allen


Position: QB

Class: 2027

Previous School: Central

New School: Chaparral

2023 Stats: 112/178, 2,121 yards, 28 TDs, 3 INTs


After an 8-2 season that somehow did not translate into a playoff appearance for Central, HC Chandler Hovik made the move over to his alma mater Cesar Chavez and QB Cam Allen has left PXU for the suburbs and will take his talents to Chaparral HS in Scottsdale.


The 2023 BJ Media Freshman of the Year is a crucial pickup for the Firebirds with '26 QB Marcel Jones leaving for Saguaro midseason and QB Luciano Madda graduating. While '26 WR Tristan Armstrong is on his way out, Allen will look to build on the success of the pair of '25 WRs Hunter Wohland and Gavin Mesa had this season.


Tristan Armstrong


Position: WR

Class: 2026

Offers: UNLV

Previous School: Chaparral

New School: Saguaro

2023 Stats: 18 rec, 246 yards, 4 TDs


Tristan was part of the undefeated freshman team at Chaparral in 2022 that went 9-0 with an average margin of victory of over 32 points. But with head coach Brent Barnes' departure to his home state of Oklahoma, about half of the '26 Firebirds split up last offseason with a good chunk of them heading to Mountain Pointe.


In early 2023, Tristan terrorized the freshman 7on7 circuit with D1 5-star, winning multiple tournament MVPs across the country and helping his squad win several team tournament titles.


Chaparral's offense struggled mightily this season and Tristan's stats fell victim to that. To put into perspective how hard the Firebird offense fell off after the departure of Barnes: ASU commit Plas Johnson led 6A in receiving yards in 2022 but was third on his own team in 2023. Having one of the state's toughest schedules certainly didn't help, but only averaging 222 passing YPG with all of the weapons that team had was disappointing.


Tristan is one of the state's best route runners and the addition of him and Marcel Jones, who transferred over in late September, will be huge for a Saguaro program that graduated a lot of key players and have at least one player transferring.


David Rojas


Position: WR

Class: 2026

Previous School: Peoria

New School: Cactus

2023 Stats: 55 rec, 606 yards, 6 TDs


Peoria had a very young core this season with their Rojas, their QB1, their RB1, and their WR3 all being underclassmen. I had previously said that they had potential to be 4A title contenders within the next two years if everybody stayed together. With Rojas leaving for Cactus, that changes everything.


There's no replacing Nikko Boncore, but Rojas is a great add for Cactus as they try to build their offense around him, fellow WR Juju Stubblefield, and QB Antonio Casaias.


Jesus Diaz III


Position: OL

Class: 2026

Previous School: Cactus

New School: Centennial


Not too long after Cactus '25 WR Nikko Boncore announced his move to Centennial, Diaz announced on twitter that he was joining the Open Division runners-up because he "just needed a change." The 6'4", 285 pound lineman was selected to the 5A Desert West Region first team in his sophomore year at Cactus and is yet another key addition for the Coyotes.


When he becomes eligible, expect the Centennial offensive line to get even better than it will be in the first five games. Diaz III is the fourth publicly announced player to join the Coyotes via transfer.


Nikko Boncore


Position: WR/DB

Class: 2025

Offers: Iowa State

Previous School: Cactus

New School: Centennial

2023 Stats (11 games): 92 rec, 1,214 rec yards, 19 total TDs (2 rush, 2 pass)


So far, Nikko is the biggest name to hit the Valley of the Sun’s transfer portal. After a stellar junior season at Cactus that only became more dominant when Ironwood transfer Juju Stubblefield become eligible, the Boncore family decided that moving on was the best option after the Cobras’ disappointing end to the season with a loss to #13 Campo Verde in the 5A Round of 16. 


Boncore finished 2nd in the WR of the Year race, just 2 points behind Arizona signee and ALA Gilbert North senior Brandon Phelps. Centennial’s top three leading receivers in 2023 (Noah Carter, Kenny Worthy, and Ricky Muñoz) all were seniors, so Boncore and another new weapon from Pima County (I will mention later in the story) will be the leading targets for ‘26 gunslinger Kainan Manna.


Shamar Berryhill


Position: WR/DB

Class: 2025

Offers: Arizona

247Sports Rating: 3-star, #16 player in AZ

Previous School: Sabino

New School: Centennial

2023 Stats (14 games): 75 rec, 1,392 rec yards, 19 TDs


Shamar is the younger brother of Stanley Berryhill III, who played at Arizona before playing one season in the NFL with the Lions and then the practice squads of the Cardinals and Falcons before joining the XFL’s Houston Roughnecks. Shamar was the clear WR1 for star QB Cameron Hackworth and went for nearly 1,400 yards and 19 TDs in 14 games to help lead Sabino to a 3A state title. 


Oftentimes, media members and coaches have conversations about 2A, 3A, & 4A players that are “6A-level” players. Shamar is just that and will have a great opportunity to dominate 6A defenses alongside fellow transfer Nikko Boncore and incumbent ‘26 QB Kainan Manna. With Sabino and Centennial High School being 150 miles apart, Shamar should have a pretty good case for immediate eligibility and avoiding having to sit 5 games for the reigning Open Division Runners Up.


Romeo Berryhill


Position: DB

Class: 2027

Offers: None made public

Previous School: Sabino

New School: Centennial

2023 Stats (13 games): 31 tackles, INT, FR, FF


Romeo is the younger brother of Shamar and primarily played DB during his freshman season on varsity at 3A champion Sabino. His hudl is not completely up to date and I haven't gotten to see him play in person, but I've been told by folks in the 520 that this kid is the real deal just like his brother and will be an integral piece of the future for Centennial.


Keegan Pederson


Position: WR/DB

Class: 2027

Film: None

Offers: None

Previous School: Corona Del Sol

New School: Higley


Corona Del Sol had a lot of talent come in with their 2027 class, but with multiple of those guys playing varsity and the remaining guys not meshing well, it was a disappointing 2023 campaign at both the freshman and varsity levels. 


The frustration was enough for Keegan to decide to make the move to Higley. The Knights have a very crowded WR room, however most of those guys will be seniors next season. 


From what I saw during last year’s 7on7 circuit and his training sessions with former ASU star and NFL wideout Jaelen Strong, Keegan makes up for his current lack of size with speed and crisp route-running. Several trainees of Strong got significantly better and landed D-I offers, most notably Tolleson’s Rico Blassingme. With more offseason work with Strong, don’t be surprised to see a breakout season from Keegan next fall. 


The Potential Saguaro Exodus


After a quiet week on social media following the announcement of Berryhill and Boncore to Centennial, a disturbing email sent by Saguaro principal Ann Achtziger to AD Matthew Harris, head coach Zak Hill, and others was leaked to Twitter:




The situation seems very similar to the one at Hamilton back in 2020, when an assistant coach allegedly used the n word while mimicking a rap song during weight lifting. That incident led to several players, including Oregon CB Cole Martin, transferring to Basha and helping lead them to the 2022 Open Division title in their senior seasons.


Joseph Clark III, father of three-star Saguaro senior Jojo Clark IV, added the following tweet to the same thread:



Achtziger later issued a public statement to all of the Saguaro football families:





I expect multiple players to leave, but one player I expect to stay is ‘26 QB Marcel Jones, who came in midseason from Chaparral and already had to sit half of this season and the first half of next season. 


UPDATE: As of 2/12, Saguaro HC Zak Hill has left the school to become the next athletic director at ALA Gilbert North after just one season with the team.


Any transferring that I expected out of Saguaro seems to be put at a halt after multiple key Sabercats tweeted the hashtag "RTO" in the quote tweets of star '26 RB Jacob Brown's following tweet:




Players to respond to the tweet with the "rto" hashtag include: three-star ATH Dajon Hinton, three-star EDGE Garrett Martin, WR Reiss Rinaldi, WR Mason Whitaker, OL Tyrique Washington, and then DB Fred Parsons II chimed in with "see you in December," referring to when the state championships are. Obviously, the Sabercats won the 6A title this past season, but I would assume he's referring to the Open Championship as the team wants even more in 2024.


Zeth Angel Thues


Position: DB

Class: 2026

Offers: Arizona State, UNLV, Nevada, Wisconsin, Boston College, Kansas State 

Previous School: Saguaro

New School: Liberty

2023 Stats (14 games): 78 tackles, 5.5 TFLs, 2 INTs, 2 blocked kicks, sack


When 247 Sports updates their 2026 recruiting rankings, Zeth will be towards the top of the state rankings and will likely land an initial three-star rating. He is arguably the most talented ‘26 DB in the state and both the offers and film back that up. In his second season as a starter, the sophomore recorded 78 tackles and 5.5 TFLs while primarily playing strong safety to help lead Saguaro to a 6A state title.


My prediction on where Zeth will land is Liberty. Centennial and Desert Edge would not surprise me either. However, Zeth played on the AZ Dolphins freshman team during last year’s 7on7 circuit and played alongside and befriended several Liberty ‘26 players. Zeth alongside fellow safety Cannon Garday, who started as a sophomore for the 2023 Open Division champs, would be an incredible duo in the secondary to match up with Centennial’s new pair of wideouts. During his tweet announcing the move, he didn’t name his new school but did say he was going back to the Westside “closer to home.”


UPDATE (1/12/24): Zeth has enrolled at Liberty High School.


Unannounced Moves


Because I am not a reporter, every private conversation I have is off the record unless I indicate otherwise. Therefore, I will not be leaking any names of players that I have been told are transferring and will wait until they make a public announcement themselves or change their twitter bios before adding them to this article. Here is the summary of players that I have personally been told are on the move or considering transferring:


  • Three Shadow Ridge players headed to Canyon View

  • '25 EDGE headed to Desert Edge

  • '26 QB headed to Desert Edge

  • '26 TE leaning towards Liberty

  • ‘26 EDGE considering a move

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