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Commit watch: Future Sun Devils in action

Several weeks after his team's participation in a brawl made national headlines, Arizona State quarterback commit Dillon Sterling-Cole had a big game to help get it back on the right track.

Dillon Sterling-Cole

Arizona State quarterback commit Dillon Sterling-Coleand his Westfield High School teammates needed a victory.

Westfield was coming off a loss to Klein Collins High School on Oct. 10. Westfield also made national headlines after a brawl broke out between players during a game against Spring High School on Oct. 2. Westfield forfeited the game against Spring to earn another loss.

Westfield needed to get its season back on track and defeated Klein Oak High School 41-20 Saturday Oct. 17 according to MaxPreps.com.

Sterling Cole is a four-star quarterback from Houston, Texas, and is the No. 296 prospect in the country according to Scout.com.

He played like a Scout-300 prospect on against Klein Oak.  

Sterling-Cole said he went 13-for-15, with 291 passing yards, threw three touchdowns and also rushed for one score.

“The play-calling by the coaches let me get into a groove early on in the game,” Sterling-Cole said. “It was some short routes, some intermediate passes just to get me into the rhythm and from then on, the deep balls came. My wide outs made some big catches.”

Sterling-Cole said he connected with wide receiver and fellow top ASU target Tyrie Cleveland on one of his passing touchdowns.

“We have a great skill group of receivers and Tyrie Cleveland, on one of the passes, just beat them deep and I just put it on the money,” Sterling-Cole said.

Cleveland is an ASU wide receiver target prospect. He is a four-star wide receiver, ranked the No. 65 overall recruit in the country and the No. 12 wide receiver according to Scout.com.

Sterling-Cole said the Westfield players held a meeting Friday Oct. 16 to discuss the issues plaguing their team.

“We wrote it all down on a sheet of paper and threw it away and said, ‘Enough is enough, it’s all over, that’s all in the past and what we do now will affect our future,’” Sterling-Cole said.

Westfield’s record now stands at 5-2 and it faces Dekaney High School Friday Oct. 23.

Running Backs

Arizona State committed running backs Freddie Holly and Tre Turner were in action Friday Oct. 16.

Turner, a three-star back from Holy Cross High School in New Orleans, La., had only seven carries according to MaxPreps.com.

He totaled seven yards and did not have any rushing touchdowns. He had one catch for eight yards in Holy Cross’s 49-24 loss to Brother Martin High School.

Holly, a three-star back from Norte Vista High School in Riverside, Calif., got 21 carries and amassed 44 yards. He did not score any touchdowns and his longest run was for 18 yards according to MaxPreps.com.

Holly and Norte Vista defeated Ramona High School 16-6.

Jared Bubak

ASU tight end commit Jared Bubak and the Lincoln Christian High School Crusaders lost to Wilber-Clatonia 56-12 according to the Lincoln Journal-Star.

Bubak, a three-star tight end from Lincoln, Neb., plays quarterback for his high school and no individual statistics were reported about his performance Friday.

Kyle Williams

ASU wide receiver commit Kyle Williams scored two touchdowns to help his Vista Murrieta High School team defeat a crosstown rival Friday Oct. 16.

According to the Press-Enterprise, Williams had an offensive impact running the wildcat offense and Vista Murrieta defeated Murrieta Valley 35-7.

Williams, a three-star wide receiver from Murrieta, Calif., had two touchdown runs of 76 and 1 yards and finished with 162 rushing yards.

Jeremy Smith

ASU wide receiver commit Jeremy Smith and his Fort Marshall High School teammates achieved their third win of the season Saturday Oct. 17.

According to MaxPreps.com, Fort Marshall defeated Santa Fe High School 28-7.

Smith, a three-star wide receiver from Missouri City, Tex., plays quarterback for Fort Marshall but, no individual statistics were reported about the game.  

Cohl Cabral

ASU offensive line commit Cohl Cabral competed Friday Oct. 16.

Cabral and the Los Osos High School team suffered defeat.

A three-star tackle from Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., Cabral and his Los Osos teammates lost to Etiwanda High School 42-17 according to MaxPreps.com.

Cabral and the offensive line only gave up one sack in the loss. No Los Osos offensive statistics were reported.

Christian Hill

ASU four-star defensive end commit Christian Hill plays for Glendale Community College in Glendale, Ariz.

Glendale CC lost to Pima Community College 37-19 Saturday Oct. 17 according to the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference website.

Hill did not record any statistics and was listed under the “Did Not Participate” list in the box score.

J’Marcus Rhodes

ASU cornerback commit J'Marcus Rhodes and the Kilgore College Rangers kept their playoff hopes alive after defeating Binn College 17-9 Saturday Oct. 17.

According to the Kilgore football team website, Rhodes, a three-star cornerback from Kilgore Tex., and the defense were instrumental in the win.

After the Kilgore offense fumbled the ball, Binn had the ball with two minutes left and Kilgore had the lead 17-9.

The Binn offense drove the ball down to the Kilgore 27 yard line. After an offensive penalty, Binn faced a fourth down and seven yards to go. Rhodes and the defense stopped the Binn offense to preserve the win.

Robbie Robertson

ASU cornerback commit Robbie Robinson plays for Dematha Catholic High School and Dematha suffered its first loss of the season Friday Oct. 16.

According to USA Today, Dematha falls to 6-1 after losing to undefeated Gonzaga High School 24-14. Dematha was ranked the No. 5 high school team in the country by USA Today before the loss.

Robertson is a three-star cornerback from Hyattsville, Md. There were no defensive individual statistics reported about Robertson.


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