Los Alamitos freshman QB Malachi Nelson already holds a scholarship offer from Auburn. Here’s an inside look at the 2019 Griffins.
2018 IN REVIEW
9-2-1, (4-0-1) Sunset League champions, Division 2 playoff quarterfinalists (lost 49-32 to Notre Dame Sherman Oaks)
Ray Fenton is entering his fourth season as the head coach at Los Alamitos.
Cade McConnell QB Sr. 6-2 170
Malachi Nelson QB Fr. 6-3 176
Oscar Brown RB, WR, CB Sr. 6-0
Shain Allen WR, K Jr. 6-1 185
Giovanni De Leon OLB, FB Sr. 6-2 200
John Newman SS, WR, FS Sr. 5-10 170
Zatyvion Miller DT, FB Sr. 6-0 260
THREE TO SEE
Cade McConnell QB
McConnell played all of last season after tearing his ACL for the second time just days before the season. He’s a warrior and he’s healthier than ever as the 2019 season begins. Last year, McConnell threw for 1,880 yards and 23 TDs.
Malachi Nelson QB
Nelson is a freshman who already holds a scholarship offer from Auburn. McConnell is the starter, but Nelson could still see time. Ray Fenton has used multiple quarterbacks in the past.
Giovanni De Leon OLB, FB
Made 68 total tackles and had seven sacks in 2018
Los Alamitos will be a tough team to beat and they have an outside shot at a division championship. The Griffins first three games will reveal a lot in terms of how much talent this team really has. Los Alamitos opens on the road against San Diego power Torrey Pines and then plays Vista Murrieta and Long Beach Poly.