Running back Biaggio Ali Walsh, a Bishop Gorman graduate, has transferred from California to UNLV. He was named the Review-Journal’s male athlete of the year in 2016.
Former Bishop Gorman star quarterback Tate Martell concluded his redshirt freshman season at Ohio State by entering the NCAA’s transfer portal, but he has not been contacted by UNLV, a person familiar with the situation said.
Bubba Bolden, who went to Bishop Gorman and won the starting job at strong safety for Southern California, will not play against UNLV on Saturday. Trojans coach Clay Helton would not elaborate.
Liberty senior linebacker Kyle Beaudry announced his commitment via Twitter on Wednesday to play his college ball at UNLV.
Faith Lutheran High School’s Sir Oliver Everett II became the first member of UNLV’s 2019 football recruiting class. He will join UNLV as an athlete rather than for a specific position.
Green Valley High School offensive lineman Eric Brown will sign Friday morning to play football at UNLV. He also received scholarship offers from UNR and Hawaii, among others.
Liberty senior quarterback Kenyon Oblad, the state’s all-time leader in passing yards, committed to UNLV on Sunday morning during his official visit with the program.
When Tico Rodriguez took over as Desert Pines football coach in 2013, he thought the Jaguars’ freshman class had a chance to be special. Four years later on National Signing Day, his hunch proved correct.
Local athletes expected to sign a national letter of intent during the signing period, which runs Wednesday through April 1.
Bishop Gorman football coach Kenny Sanchez could have coached his last game at the school in Saturday’s 84-8 win overLiberty in the Class 4A state championship game at Sam Boyd Stadium.