Trifecta of Bosco DBs Among the Nation’s Best

Imagine being a high school quarterback in southern California – or anywhere for that matter – and looking at a secondary with three future Power 5 starters. Then, imagine facing the same high school secondary and facing the exact same unit a year later.

That is exactly how it will be for opponents of St. John Bosco this fall and next. The Braves are one of the premier programs not just in the state of California, but also in the nation. Head coach Jason Negro continually schedules some of the country’s best teams. Those teams will go up one of the best young groups of defensive backs anywhere.

JShawn Frausto-Ramos

St. John Bosco CB JShawn Frausto-Ramos

Frausto-Ramos has been playing varsity football since his freshman season. He has blossomed into a 6-0, 180-pound corner after playing his first two seasons at Bishop Alemany. Frausto-Ramos can cover, has great size, and is very physical.

You can see all of that in his 2021 spring highlight.

Frausto-Ramos has been on the radar of several FBS schools in the West and just this summer his interest began to expand eastward. Michigan, Ohio State, and Louisville all offered before June was over. His most recent offer came from Boston College on August 1.

Frausto-Ramos was offered by BC on August 1.

The offers will continue to come in as Frausto-Ramos readies for the fall 2021 season. A 2023 prospect, he is the elder statesman of a Bosco trio that is as talented as any in the nation.

Peyton Woodyard

Woodyard, who now stands 6-2 and weighs in close to 190 pounds, is about as good an athlete as Bosco has had in years. He is a standout baseball player in addition to being one of the most sought after 2024 safeties in the country.

Woodyard is so good, in fact, that he already holds an offer from Nick Saban and Alabama.

Woodyards was offered by Alabama on June 7.

Woodyard, who will be just a sophomore this fall season, attended an Alabama summer camp in early June. After seeing what the young Bosco defensive back can do, Saban and his coaching staff immediately offered Woodyard.

Though just a sophomore, Woodyard has played every position in the secondary and will likely also serve as the Braves primary punt and/or kick returner this fall. Watch him do it all in his spring 2021 season highlight below.

Marcelles Williams

The third member of the Bosco defensive backfield is Williams, a smooth 5-11, 170-pound cornerback. Like the other, Williams has a nice collection of over a dozen offers, including his most recent. That came in early August from Boston College.

Williams comes from great stock. He has two brothers currently playing college football, both in the Pac-12. Oldest brother Max (Class of 2019) is a DB at USC and Macen (Class of 2020) is also a DB playing at Arizona State.

Here’s a look at Williams in action during his freshman season at Bosco.

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