Posted On: 06/24/19 11:01 PM

A two-way player his first year starting for the Roseville Raiders' football team, senior to be AJ Scaife has already impressed enough college programs to get attention from multiple levels of college football. During the early part of his recruiting, Scaife learned he would likely be learning a new position once his high school career ends.
The 2018 Raiders' football team had an up and down 3-6 season.
"Our defense was never a problem," Scaife said. "We were always hustling and were tough against the run. We did a good job against the pass, but really good quarterbacks gave us some trouble."
"Our offensive line played well," Scaife continued. "We just couldn't get the passing game going consistently."
Scaife played tight end and safety as a junior.
"It was my first year playing varsity. I felt it went pretty well, but it is going to be even better in my senior year."
The first-year starter played both safety spots on defense.
"I mostly played strong safety," the Raiders' defender said. "I would line up either on the strong side or the open field side. We would usually play zone, but sometimes I would

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