Camyrn Bynum & Cameron Smith Lead The Big VIII Through 2 Weeks In INT’s
Both Camyrn Bynum and Cameron Smith competed together in the offseason for 7on7 passing league team Ground Zero as teammates but now they compete against one another in the same league as rivals. Ironically Smith plays both sides of the ball and just may have to line up on the other side of the ball verses Bynum once their schools face each other this season at Roosevelt stadium. Camyrn Bynum is a stand out Cal Berkley commit for power house Corona Centennial High School while Cameron Smith a San Jose State commit is one of Roosevelts four starting receiver’s as well as a dangerous corner for the mustangs secondary this year. Excited to see who will lead the Big VIII at season’s end.
The 6’1 205lbs Michael McDonald Leads The Big VIII In Total Tackles With 23 Solo Tackles For The Roosevelt Mustangs
Michael McDonald at only a sophomore has a motor that seems to never quit. For the past two weeks McDonald has been a ball hawk poking his nose in on almost every play. With 23 solo tackles the youngster leads the rest of the league by almost 10 total tackles. He’ll be continuing his commanding lead this Friday night at home vs. Chino Hills High School as the Huskies’ come into Roosevelt with a 1-1 record.