Michael Huntley

Michael was born and raised in Laguna Niguel, California. He graduated from Aliso Niguel High School where he was a letterman in football and lacrosse. He attended Northern Arizona University before graduating with a B.A. in Communications from Cal State Fullerton. He has covered high school sports for the Orange County Register since 2015.

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Jordan Reyes

Jordan Reyes began his scouting career right out of high school as a Scouting Associate for NorCal Football Scouting in 2008. From there, he went onto the University of Colorado Boulder to work in their football and recruiting offices while obtaining his bachelor’s degree in economics in 2012. Since then, he has worked as a Player Analyst and Scout for the college market, first for XOS Digital for five years and has been with National Preps since 2017 as a Western Region Scout for over 250 colleges nationwide. Jordan has also spent five years as a coordinator and WR/DB coach for one of the top high school programs in northern California.

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Christopher Kim

Born and raised in Koreatown, Los Angeles/SCV. UH Manoa Alum. I have covered LAFC, LA Galaxy and LA Sparks as a media for TG Sports LA. I played football at West Ranch High School and also a two time conference champs at Santa Monica College as a player. WR coach at West Ranch High School.

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Paul Gregorian

Paul is a Northern California native who has 10 years of combined experience as a football player, scout and coach. Paul is also a Western Region Scout for National Preps covering Northern California and Los Angeles County. He has also worked in the recruiting department at the FCS level for two years working directly under the Director of Player personnel and served as a Defensive Quality Control student coach. Paul has also been a defensive line coach at the high school level for the past 5 years, during which 4 of his players have gone on to play at the collegiate level.

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