Commit watch: Week 5

Several of Arizona's commits were in action over the weekend. Read on to find out how Brandon Dawkins did, if Tony Ellison had another four touchdown game, and more.

Several Arizona commits were in action over the weekend. The following are results of their games:

  • Bishop Mora Salesian (Calif.): Marquis Ware, Jamardre Cobb, and Rodney Carr were hurt by their offense in a 41-28 loss to Pinole on Friday. Salesian fumbled the ball multiple times in their own end of the field and made the game much tougher for the defense. Stats were not available.

  • Salpointe Catholic (Ariz.): The Lancers hosted Josh Eckley and Marcos de Niza, but the game was out of reach early as Salpointe rolled 40-7. Cam Denson continued to dominate opposing secondaries, as he caught a 92-yard touchdown catch early in the game and was the lateral contributer on a hook-and-ladder play to Kaelin Deboskie that went for a touchdown. Denson finished the game with six catches for 132 yards and a touchdown.

  • Fresno Central High East (Calif.): A trio of Arizona commits bounced back from a loss before their bye week and won handily 56-35. Running back Nick Wilson helped put the game out of reach with an 80-yard touchdown catch to put his team up 28-7. He also ran the ball five times for 33 yards. Defensive lineman Sharif Williams is out for the year with a knee injury and defensive stats for safety Devon Brewer were not reported.

  • Southridge (Ore.): The Skyhawks won their third straight game on Friday night. They dominated from the opening kick and never looked back in the 35-7 victory. Wide receiver Jordan Morgan had plenty of catches, but made the most noise on his two touchdown grabs from 45 yards and 16 yards out.

  • Scottsdale Community College (Ariz.): Scottsdale won its third straight game over a ranked opponent. The 20th ranked Artichokes beat the 14th ranked Mesa Thunderbirds 58-55. Cornerback Patrick Glover put his team ahead for good in a hard fought game when he picked off a pass late in the fourth quarter and returned it 47 yards for a touchdown, his second in as many weeks. He finished the game with seven tackles, a pass deflection, a forced fumble, and the interception and touchdown. Antonio Smothers played, but his stats were not available.

  • Chaffey Community College (Calif.): Chaffey dominated at home early on and jumped out to big lead en route to a 39-28 win. Kaige Lawrence and the offensive line helped Chaffey to 478 total yards and 322 on the ground in an impressive performance.

  • Oceanside (Calif.): Jace Whitaker had a tough Friday night. His team was held to just 6 points in a 30-6 loss. Whitaker was also held without a catch on the night.

  • Highland Park (Ill.): Josh Pollack and the special teams unit found their way again on Friday night. Pollack made his only field goal attempt from 36 yards out. He also punted five times for an average of 40 yards each. The kicker helped his team out after a three-and-out, punting 58 yards from deep in his own end zone.

  • Granite Bay (Calif.): Athlete Tony Ellison continues ti get into the end zone as his team won a close 39-35 affair. Ellison rushed the ball just four times, but finished with 66 yards rushing and a touchdown. He also caught two passes out of the backfield and totaled 67 yards receiving and another touchdown.

  • Westlake Village Oaks Christian (Calif.): Arizona's lone quarterback commit, Brandon Dawkins, improve to 4-1 with a tight victory over Crenshaw. The Lions' quarterback threw for 454 yards and five touchdowns in the 45-35 win.

  • Scottsdale Chaparral (Ariz.): Tight end Trevor Wood helped his team to a commanding lead and victory over Red Mountain on Friday. Wood finished the game with eleven catches for 84 yards and two touchdowns.

  • Vista Murrieta (Calif.): Kwesi Mashack and his new team lost a tight one late to Cathedral Catholic. Mashack finished with seven tackles and two pass break-ups.

  • Chandler (Ariz.): J.R. Hunt and Chandler rolled Cesar Chavez 41-21 in a game that was over before halftime. Hunt played early, but was not on the field for much of the second half. He recorded just two tackles and a pass defense.

  • Santa Ana Community College (Calif.): Jeff Worthy and the Dons lost for the third time this year on Saturday afternoon 35-39. Worthy returned from a minor injury and played sparingly, but had three tackles on the day.

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