Korn Paces Clemson Commitments in Week 1

Junior QB Willy Korn led the way this weekend when he completed 22-of-24 passes for 414 yards and six touchdowns in just over a half of football in Byrnes' 68-7 win over Eastside High School. How did Clemson's other verbal commitments do this past weekend? Read on to find out!

QB Willy Korn - Korn completed 22-of-24 passes for 414 yards and six touchdowns in just over a half of football in Byrnes' 68-7 win over Eastside High School. Byrnes is now 2-0 on the year, having scored more than 60 points in each of its first two games. Korn, a junior, remains firmly committed to Clemson.

DE Ricky Sapp - Clemson's highest ranked verbal commitment for the class of 2006, five-star DE Rick Sapp, recorded 10 tackles, two sacks, a fumble return for a 30-yard touchdown, and two other forced ffumbles in Bamberg-Ehrhardt's 55-7 win over Hampton. Sapp remains firm to Clemson and will take in this Saturday's season opener against Texas A&M.

TE Jamie Cumbie - Cumbie caught three passes for 112 yards and a touchdown as a tight end on offense. Defensively, he had a sack, four tackles and a fumble recovery as a defensive end. His efforts on both sides of the ball helped lead Morris to a 41-19 win over Geneva. Cumbie remains firm to Clemson.

QB Michael Wade - Wade completed 6-of-13 passes for 57 yards, and also rushed 11 times for 21 yards and two touchdowns to help lead Riverside to a 26-7 win over Wade Hampton. Wade, who actually filled in as a long snapper on punts in this game, remains firm in his verbal commitment to Clemson. Wade is also planning on attending this weekend's game against Texas A&M.

PK Richard Jackson - Riverside's Richard Jackson connected on 1-of-3 field goal attempts, converting from 39 yards out. Don't be too concerned with the two misses, as the Warriors' were missing their long snapper and were having difficulties with their field goal unit.

DB DeAndre McDaniel - McDaniel had an excellent all-around game in Godby's (Fla.) 18-13 loss to Lynn Haven Mosley. On the night, he brought in five passes for 81 yards as a wide receiver. He also had an interception and a touchdown pass on a fake punt in. McDaniel, who is playing both as a wide receiver and safety, remains firm with his commitment to Clemson.

DB Crezdon Butler - Butler, playing both as a quarterback and defensive back, rushed for 87 yards and also had an interception in Asheville High's 13-9 win over A.C. Reynolds.

WR Jeff Ogren - American Christian Academy defeated Coffeeville 62-18, but Clemson commitment Jeff Ogren did not play wide receiver because of an ankle injury. He did see time at cornerback however, recording two pass break-ups and three solo tackles. Ogren remains firm to Clemson "for now," he said Sunday evening. Keep an eye on both Alabama and Auburn. Ogren is also planning to visit Clemson this weekend for the season opener against Texas A&M.

RB Joe Joe Cox - Cox rushed 18 times for 39 yards in Twiggs County's 13-point loss to Hawkinsville (26-13). Cox remains officially listed as a soft verbal commitment to Clemson.

CB Byron Maxwell - Maxwell is not playing football this season after tearing his ACL. He remains firmly committed to Clemson.

WR Kendrick Johnson - The majority of the Miami area's high school football games were cancelled due to Hurricane Katrina.

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