Closer look: How Arizona commits performed

We take a look at how the Arizona football commits performed this past weekend.

Tyliek Raynor: The three-star running back dominated Simon Gratz, running for 169 yards and one touchdown on only 15 carries. He had 150 yards on eight carries before halftime.

"I worked extra hard over the summer," Raynor told the Philadelphia Inquirer. "I want to be the best running back in the city this year. I don't want to be average."

DeVaughn Cooper: In a 20-17 loss to Long Beach Poly, the Jackrabbits did a nice job of holding Cooper in check. He finished with three catches for six yards in the loss. 

Gavin Robertson: The safety was the best defensive player on the field in a 47-14 win over Foss. He finished with six tackles, two of which came for a loss. In addition, he caused a fumble and was named the defensive player of the game.

J.J. Taylor: Against one of the better teams in Southern California in Gardena Serra, Taylor was the best player on the field. He ran for 131 yards and three touchdowns, all of which came in the first half of the 52-13 victory.

Jacob Colacion: Colacion anchored a defense that dominated in a 49-0 non-league victory over South Hills of West Covina. In two games this season, La Habra has yet to allow a point.

Russell Halimon: Allatoona got an impressive performance from Halimon, who ran 17 times for 180 yards and one touchdown. His biggest run of the night was 42 yards.

Devon Modster: Although it wasn’t Modster’s fault, Tesoro lost 35-14 to Mater Dei. The Monarchs attacked Modster all night, but he was still able to score both Tesoro touchdowns on runs of 18 and 6 yards. He completed 24 of 35 passes for 211 yards.

Sean Riley: It was a rough night for Riley, as Long Beach Poly focused on the running back, holding him to 19 yards on 16 carries. 

Justin Holt: In a 38-24 win over Boulder Creek, Holt picked up seven tackles and a quarterback hurry. The local commit also added a fumble recovery for 17 yards. 

Isaiah Hayes: The cornerback finished with 13 tackles and a handful of pass breakups in a 53-31 win over Burroughs. Hayes also had a fumble recovery, but the play was brought back by a penalty. 


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