The regular season is nearing its end for most Arizona State commits. As they prepare for the playoffs some ASU commits had some impressive performances.
Vista Murrieta High School quarterback Karson Greeley has an important job: put the ball in Kyle Williams hands.
“You get (Williams) the ball, and he does amazing things,” Greeley told the Press-Enterprise after Vista Murrieta defeated Chaparral High School 55-10.
Williams is a three-star ASU wide receiver commit and plays for Vista Murrieta High School in Murrieta, Calif. William’s connected with Greeley on a 21-yard touchdown Friday Oct. 30.
“I had a grab in the back of the end zone, kind of like a one-hander,” Williams said. “It was nice.”
Williams also rushed for 56-yard touchdown in the victory.
As Greeley has become more comfortable running the offense, Williams has played more receiver. Williams said he will play quarterback as part of his team’s Wildcat offense to attack defenses a different way.
Williams hopes to add a lot more statistics to his high career records with a deep playoff run.
“I’ve been able to get open (and) find the open spots well,” Williams said. “But, I still have a lot of room for improvement in my game. I can always soften up my hands and crispen up my routes. This offseason and the end of this season I’m going to work really hard to try to perfect what I’m doing right now and help us win a championship.”
He plays his last game of the regular season Friday Nov. 6 at home against Temecula Valley High School.
ASU running back commit Freddie Holly had one of his top individual performances of the season Friday Oct. 30.
Holly plays for Norte Vista High School in Riverside, Calif., and his team beat La Sierra High School 65-28 according to MaxPreps.com.
Holly, a three-star running back, took on the workload for the Norte Vista offense and had 14 carries, 242 yards and three touchdowns.
Norte Vista’s last game of the regular season is Friday Nov. 6 at Jurupa Valley High School.
Four-star quarterback Dillon Sterling-Cole is the No. 296 recruit in the county and plays for Westfeild High School in Houston, Texas. The Mustangs dominated Klein Forest High School 59-13 Friday Oct. 30 according to the Houston Chronicle.
He finished the game going 16-19 for 267 yards and three touchdowns.
His teammate wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland is also an ASU target and is the No. 57 recruit in the country. Cleveland finished with seven grabs for 105 yards and one receiving touchdown.
Westfield’s last game of the regular season is Thursday Nov. 5 at Klein High School.
ASU running back commit Tre Turner made an impact in the running and passing game Thursday Oct. 29 in Louisiana.
Turner, a three-star running back from New Orleans, plays for Holy Cross High School. Turner and the Tigers squeaked past St. Augustine High School 23-19 according to MaxPreps.com.
Turner gained 93 yards on 18 carries and 30 yards on three catches for a total of 123 all-purpose yards.
Holy Cross’s last regular season game is Friday Nov. 6 at home against Bogalusa High School.
ASU wide receiver commit Jeremy Smith plays quarterback for Fort Bend Marshall High School in Missouri City, Texas.
Smith, a three-star receiver recruit, had two touchdown passes in a 28-21 overtime loss to Ball High School according to the Galveston County Daily News.
Smith found sophomore wide receiver Henry Thomas for a 12-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter and connected with junior running back Adrion Robertson for an 8-yard touchdown in the third.
The Fort Bend Marshall offense could not score on its overtime possession. The offense had two rushes for no gain and then Smith was sacked for a 5-yard loss. Smith’s last throw fell incomplete and Ball High took home the victory.
Smith’s last game of the regular season will be Thursday Nov. 5 at Fort Bend Willowridge High School.
ASU offensive tackle recruit Cohl Cabral and his Los Osos High School teammates suffered a tough 38-7 loss to Upland High School Friday Oct. 30 according to MaxPreps.com
Cabral is a three-star offensive lineman from Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
No statistics were reported about the Los Osos offense. Los Osos gave up three sacks in the game and four total tackles for loss.
Cabral did record one solo tackle in the game.
ASU defensive end commit Dougladson Subtyl had two sacks for the second straight game.
Dougladson, a four-star defensive end, plays for Victor Valley College in Victorville, Calif.
The Devil backer prospect sacked the quarterback two times for a total of 19 negative yards in Victor Valley’s 42-15 defeat of Mt. San Jacinto College according to the Southern California Football Assocation website.
Subtyl leads the California Community College Athletic Association in sacks with 18 this season.
He had three solo tackles in his total of five tackles. He finished with three and a half tackles for loss for 26 total negative yards and broke up two passes.
ASU three-star cornerback commit J'Marcus Rhodes plays for Kilgore College in Kilgore, Texas. Rhodes and his defensive teammates stepped up in an upset win over Trinity Valley Community College.
Because of the defense’s effort, Kilgore moves on in the Southwest Junior College Football Conference playoffs.
Fourth seeded Kilgore took on No. 1 seeded Trinity Valley Saturday Oct. 31 and Kilgore completed the upset winning 24-21 according to the Kilgore football team website.
With the Kilgore offense struggling, the defense held Trinity scoreless the first three quarters. Kilgore also caught five interceptions. Three picks were returned for touchdowns providing the only touchdowns Kilgore scored in the game.
In overtime, Kilgore scored on a 24-yard field goal. Then it was up to Rhodes and the defense to seal the victory and it finished the game with another interception.
Kilgore will play Navarro College Saturday Nov. 7 for the championship.
ASU cornerback commit Robbie Robinson and his Dematha Catholic High School teammates dominated Bishop O’Connell High School 49-7 Friday Oct. 30 according to MaxPreps.com.
No individual statistics were reported about Robertson, a three-star cornerback prospect from Hyattsville, Md.
For the third straight game, ASU four-star defensive end commit Christian Hill did not compete.
Hill plays for Glendale Community College in Glendale, Ariz.
GCC lost to Scottsdale Community College 34-13 Saturday Oct. 31 according to the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference website. Hill was listed in the “Did Not Participate” list in the box score again.
Hill was in attendance at ASU's game against Oregon Thursday, and has been reportedly battling a staph infection in his knee.
ASU three-star tight end commit Jared Bubak played for Lincoln Christian High School in Lincoln Nebraska. Lincoln Christian did not qualify for the state playoffs and therefore Bubak’s season is over.
ASU three-star offensive line commit Marshal Nathe suffered an ACL tear in a knee a few weeks ago and the Peoria, Ariz., Centennial High School standout is out for the season.