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Five-Star Elite TE Davon Mitchell commits to Oklahoma

Greg Biggins on Twitter: "BREAKING: Los Alamitos (Calif.) TE Davon Mitchell has committed to #Oklahoma and will re-classify from the class of '25 in to the class of '24" /Los Alamitos (Calif.) tight end Davon Mitchell recently made two significant decisions that have sent shockwaves through the college football world. Mitchell, who had been heavily recruited by top programs across the nation, ultimately committed to the Oklahoma Sooners and also made the bold move to reclassify from the 2025 class to the 2024 class.

Mitchell’s recruitment process was nothing short of intense, with both Miami and Alabama vying fiercely for his commitment. The race was so close that Mitchell admitted he didn’t finalize his decision until just this morning.

“It was an incredibly tough decision,” Mitchell revealed. “As of Friday, I had narrowed it down to Miami and Oklahoma, and honestly, I loved both schools for many of the same reasons.”

For Mitchell, finding a school that utilized the tight end position effectively, along with establishing a strong connection with the coaching staff and feeling comfortable with the players and campus, were crucial factors in his decision-making process. Ultimately, he concluded that the University of Oklahoma offered the best overall package.

“I wanted to go to a school where the tight end is involved in the passing game, and where I felt a genuine bond with the coaching staff,” Mitchell explained. “I also wanted to feel at ease with the players and the campus environment. In the end, I truly believe that OU provides the best opportunity for me to thrive both on and off the field.”

Elite Safety Foster Slaughter 2024 Commits to Utah Tech


Los Alamitos defensive back Foster Slaughter exemplifies the ideal athlete excelling in 3-3-5 defenses nationwide. He made his commitment to Utah Tech during his official visit on Dec 16. “I’m excited about the direction the program is heading,” Slaughter said.

The defensive scheme was another factor that appealed to Slaughter.

“That defense suits me perfectly,” Slaughter said. “They use five defensive backs as their base defense, which means more opportunities for me to get on the field.

“They see me as a hybrid safety who can play both the run and coverage. I’ve been working extensively on my coverage skills this offseason. I practice against elite competition every day, and which is only making me better.”

Kamar Mothudi: one of the Nations Top LB, Commits to Oregon!!

Image Kamar Mothudi, a 4-star football player from Los Alamitos, has committed to the University of Oregon, embarking on his journey as a student-athlete. Standing at 6’3″ and weighing 225 pounds, he is a versatile linebacker. Mothudi had to decide among his final 5 choices: Michigan State, Oregon, Texas, Utah, and Washington, before ultimately choosing the Ducks. Although it was a close call between Oregon and Michigan State, we always believed the Ducks would be a formidable contender. They hold a special place in his heart as his childhood favorite and he considers them his ‘dream school’.

Now that Mothudi has made his decision, he looks forward to joining the Oregon football program and making an impact on the field. Known for his athleticism, speed, and strong defensive skills, Mothudi is expected to bring a new level of intensity to the Ducks’ defense. With his size and agility, he has the ability to disrupt opposing offenses and make crucial plays that can turn the tide of a game.


Ja’Myron Baker, a sophomore athlete from Los Alamitos High School, has committed to USC. He’s an excellent player in both offense and defense and is considered one of the top prospects for the class of 2026. Baker stood out as a wide receiver and cornerback during his freshman year. Despite his versatility, he chose to commit to USC as a receiver. He has a good relationship with the coaching staff and felt it was the right time to make his decision. Baker informed the coaches of his commitment earlier today and expressed his excitement. USC was the first school to offer him a spot, and he admires Lincoln Riley’s reputation as a quarterback developer. Baker also mentioned that seeing a freshman like Zachariah Branch excel on the team motivated him. Physically, Baker is 6’1″ and weighs 170 pounds. He is known for his versatility and received MVP recognition at a competitive camp two years ago. Although he’s currently injured, the injury did not affect his decision to commit. The coaches have been supportive, and he believes the class can achieve something extraordinary with Julian Lewis already committed.

Northwestern ‘brotherhood’ made new WR commit Hayden Eligon II a Wildcat

Hayden Eligon II publicly announced his commitment on Thanksgiving Day. But the three-star wide receiver from Los Alamitos (Calif.) said knew Northwestern was the place for him in the postgame locker room last Saturday.

“[It clicked] after watching them win against Purdue,” said the 6-foot-4, 189-pounder, who was on his official visit to NU last weekend. “Being in the locker room with the guys, the coaches, seeing them enjoy each other. It felt like a brotherhood up there and that was something I wanted to be a part of.”

Eligon is the 11th commitment in the Wildcats’ Class of 2024, and its second wide receiver. To read more Click Here