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Top Arizona 2015 high school football prospects: Nos. 91-100

Another 10 to reach 100 in azcentral sports’ Big 150 that will top out this summer. Let’s take a closer look:

No. 91 Donovan Rooks, Yuma Catholic, WR, 6-2, 185: Arizona State has shown interest in this big-play receiver with 4.5-seconds speed in the 40. Last season, Rooks helped Yuma Catholic capture the Division V championship with 20 catches for 558 yards and six touchdowns. Rooks is a deep threat who is hard to cover.

No. 92 David DeSilva, Hamilton, LB/RB, 6-0, 200: Under the radar now. But he could get Division I colleges taking a serious look after the first few games of the season. He didn’t get a lot of carries with Terrell Smith getting most of the reps last season. But when he did carry the ball, he looked explosive. He is a strong, downhill runner and an exceptional lead blocker at fullback.

No. 93 Heath Motes, Thatcher, Athlete, 6-0, 180: He is a dual-threat quarterback who also plays safety. Made unofficial visits Montana and New Mexico. Passed for 1,516 yards and 16 touchdowns and ran for 1,329 yards and 21 TDs on a 10-win team last season.

No. 94 Gabe Losada, Phoenix St. Mary’s, QB, 5-11, 180: Makes up for lack of size with a big-time arm and poise. He passed for 3,448 yards, completing 61 percent, and 42 touchdowns with seven interceptions in 10 games as a junior.

No. 95 Marlon Roberts, Deer Valley, DE, 6-3, 235: Very underrated. Great athlete. Can play tight end. Had 13 sacks on one of the most dominant defensive lines in the state as a junior. Powerful and quick and fast.

No. 96 Josh Page, Gilbert Williams Field, RB, 5-10, 205: Fast, powerful, between-the-tackles back who is gone once he gets into the open field. Ran for 415 yards and seven TDs on just 55 carries as a junior. His work load should increase dramatically.

No. 97 Kory Wilson, Liberty, DB, 6-1, 170: Lock-down cornerback who can also play safety. Had five interceptions and eight pass deflections last season. Fast, physical, great ball skills.

No. 98 Danny Reyes, Barry Goldwater, TE, 6-4, 220: Projects as a college tight end. Has great hands. NAU, UTEP, Montana very interested. Getting more aggressive in the run game. Can set up in the slot or as a true tight end. Can play H-back.

No. 99 Keiontae Bell, Buckeye, Athlete, 6-1, 175: His best position is defensive back, but he can play running back and receiver. He returned four interceptions for 234 yards last season.

No. 100 Austin Williams, Basha, DB, 6-0, 170: This cornerback has interest from Brigham Young, Northern Arizona and Princeton. He is quick and has very good close-gap speed. He had an interception and 13 pass breakups last season.

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