Hoover pulled away in the second half and that was behind some great defense, strong special teams play, tough running back a junior running back.
Scout takes a look at the top prospects in this game.
| 6-4, 215 | 2015 DE | Hoover
Bell and a long and lean defensive end who can step back in play in the shallows if needed. He is best when he has his hand down right now. He is strong off the edge, he can dip the shoulder, and pursue the quarterback. Good length, has athleticism, and he looks to project best as a weakside end.
NR | 5-11, 175 | 2016 CB | Hoover
The first thing that you see in Hall is his size. He is close to six feet tall, so that stands out when talking cornerbacks. He also has good length, he reacts well to the ball, and he is not afraid to play physical. He had an interception in this game and he tracked the ball well and showed good receiving skills. Hall is working with and learning from a top senior corner and a great coaching staff, so he is only going to get better.
| 6-0, 180 | 2014 CB | Hoover
Humphrey was not tested in this game on defense. He locked up the receiver and the ball was not thrown his way once. He did come up and support the run a couple of times. Shades Valley tried to keep the ball away from him on special teams and they did all but once - the one time he got the ball, he ran 80-plus yards for a touchdown. He is a special player with Sunday potential and he will sign with Alabama, Florida State, or Mississippi State.
NR | 6-3, 192 | 2015 WR | Hoover
Mississippi State has offered Johnson and he is attracting interest from other ACC/SEC schools. He is a big wide receiver who is physical and he could be used in multiple ways on the next level. He is a good blocker on the edge, he has strong hands, and he is like a jumbo-athlete who could play wide receiver, H-Back, or be a hybrid on the next level.
| 6-3, 190 | 2016 OLB | Hoover
Moon is an athletic sophomore with a lot of upside. He has very long arms and he is fluid for his size. He is lean and needs to add good weight and get stronger to play the run. He had a blocked punt in this game that got recovered for a touchdown and he was also in on a couple of tackles. He has already picked up an offer from Mississippi State.
| 6-1, 203 | 2015 RB | Hoover
Shaw finished with 134 yards rushing and two touchdowns and he had two more scores called back due to penalty. Shaw was recently offered by Vanderbilt and Mississippi State and Ole Miss had offered prior to the 'Dores. He is slashing back who has a good burst into the hole and very good vision. He needs to run with better pad level and that will help run through more tackles. He is a back who should hit double-digits in 2014.
| 6-4, 215 | 2015 OLB | Hoover
Williams picked a pass off on the first possession and he was active in this game. He may end up being more of a hybrid on the next level and he showed he could rush the passer, drop into coverage, and play the run this game. Schools like Florida State, Mississippi State, and Tennessee. He uses his length well, he moves well, and he could end up playing at around 240 pounds on the next level.
NR | 5-8, 176 | 2015 ATH | Shades Valley
Mixon was the Shades Valley highlights in this game. The junior athlete finished with a touchdown on a 96 yard kickoff return and 274 yards of total offense. He has that subtle quickness and he is very elusive. He is not a burner, but guys just don't catch him when he gets out front. He can catch the ball, he can run the ball, and he can return the ball. He is best in a spread system. South Alabama recently offered.
| 6-3, 315 | 2015 DT | Shades Valley
Payne was not a guy who showed up a lot on the stat sheet, but his presence was still felt. He was double-teamed all night even though he was playing was a sore ankle that had him limping much of the game. He did help move and collapse the pocket of Hoover and was a key blocker on the offensive line on a few third and fourth down conversions. He has offers from Alabama and Auburn among others.