Bishop Gorman is loaded in the secondary, boasting four on the Review-Journal’s list of the five best defensive backs in the Las Vegas Valley.
Liberty’s Germie Bernard, a Washington commit, tops the Review-Journal list of the five best wide receivers in the valley.
Three were drafted out of College of Southern Nevada, with one CSN transfer, one from UNLV and one out of high school among Las Vegas players selected in rounds 11 to 20.
Bishop Gorman outfielder Tyler Whitaker was taken No. 87 overall by the Houston Astros, the first of three Las Vegans picked Monday in the Major League Baseball draft.
Bishop Gorman outfielder Tyler Whitaker is ranked No. 37 on MLB.com’s top 250 prospect list — one spot out of the first round — as the draft begins Sunday.
The Clark County School District confirmed that the 13-year-old freshman at Legacy High School who died Monday during a football workout is Cajetan Chinoyelum Nsofor.