Future Blue Devils: Week 4

Running down the performances of the various Duke commitments from Week 4.

Weekly Recruit Recap

The current crop of commits was in action last week, taking part in their senior seasons across the country. Here's a run down of their performances:

Joseph Ajeigbe, RB, Norco (Calif.) - Norco improved to 3-1 on the season with a 54-33 win over Los Osos. The future Blue Devil was a force on the ground, carrying the ball 231 yards on 14 carries including two touchdowns.

Terrence Alls, WR, Miami (Fla.) Dade Christian - A week after his team found itself in a 3-0 defensive battle, Alls and Dade Christian got back to business through the air in a 44-8 victory over Champagnat Catholic. Alls hauled in 5 catches for 114 yards and two touchdowns in the victory. He also added a rush - on a reverse - for 12 yards.

Darren Andrews, CB, LaPuente (Calif.) Bishop Amat - A physical contest boiled over as Andrews and an opponent were ejected after an end-zone scuffle. In the end Amat won 30-14. Prior to the ugliness, Andrews returned The Opening kickoff for 85 yards, but a personal foul negated the score. On his next touch - another kickoff - Andrews returned the ball 88 yards for a touchdown. Andrews would later catch two balls for 50 yards to help Amat go up 14-7.

Johnell Barnes, WR, Fort Myers (Fla.) Dunbar - Barnes was the focal point of the Riverdale defense and the future Blue Devil was limited in Friday night's 24-10 loss. Barnes made just two catches for 36 yards.

Parker Boehme, QB, Jacksonville (Fla.) Sandalwood - After a couple of weeks of video game-like numbers, future Blue Devil Parker Boehme and Sandalwood were stifled by Trinity Catholic's consistent blitz defense on a very rainy Friday night. Boehme completed just three of his 16 pass attempts for 24 yards and one interception.

Breon Borders, CB, Statesville (N.C.) - The Greyhounds improved to 3-1 on the season with a 39-20 win over West Rowan. Borders recorded 12 stops on defense, three pass breakups, and one interception.

Gabe Brandner, OL, Columbia (S.C.) Heathwood Hall - Heathwood beat Laurence Manning Academy 12-9 to improve to 2-2 on the season.

Quay Chambers, WR, Monroe (N.C.) - Monroe improved to 2-3 on the year with a 28-20 win over Piedmont.

Austin Davis, OL, Mansfield (Tex.) - Mansfield moved to 2-1 on the season with a dominant performance against Mansfield Summit on Friday. The Tigers scored 63 points while running the ball on all but six plays. Mansfield ended up running 42 times for 321 yards (7.6 yards per carry) thanks to the offensive line led by Davis who lines up as a center.

"I felt that I played as well as I have all season," Davis told TDD. "Our line really opened up holes for our back and we're averaging more than 300 yards on the ground per game. As a unit we take pride in that stat, because we're controlling the line of scrimmage."

"I had a chance to watch the Duke game on Saturday night, and it was a great victory for us. I am very proud to call myself a Blue Devil."

T.J. Douglas, WR, Fort Myers (Fla.) - It's a three game winning streak for T.J. Douglas and Fort Myers High.

Evrett Edwards, CB, Woodbridge (Va.) - Woodbridge dropped its first game of the year, losing 7-6 to Granby o Friday. Edwards reports eight tackles.

Jake Kite, S, Roanoke (Va.) Hidden Valley - Hidden Valley lost to Northside by a 35-20 margin. Kite factored in on defense with 10 stops and two pass breakups. Following the game, Kite said he and his team are due some time off:

"We have a bye next week, which we really need," said Kite. "We didn't play well on either side of the ball, and this time off will give us some time to really go back to work and get this thing back on track."

Sterling Korona, OL, San Antonio (Tex.) Reagan - A week after running up and over their opponents, the Reagan Rattlers were beaten 34-7 on Friday night against Pflugerville.

Dequavais Mann, CB, Rocky Mount (N.C.) Northern Nash - The Knights saw their record drop to 2-3 on the season with a 47-42 loss to Wilmington Laney. Northern Nash overcame a 17 point halftime deficit to take a fourth quarter lead before falling late.

Mann factored in on the first touch of the game when he took the kickoff back 91 yards for a touchdown. In the coming week the Knights have a bye before opening conference play against Wilson (N.C.) Hunt.

After his Friday night duties, Mann headed to Durham for the game against NC Central.

"It was a great win for the program, and I'm hoping they got their confidence built back up after the Stanford game. We need to get back to our winning ways so that we can keep this drive for a bowl game going."

Mike Ramsay, DT, Marietta (Ga.) Walker School - Walker School moved to 3-0 on the season with a 56-6 win over Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy. Ramsay, playing on both the offensive and defense lines, reported his team ran for more than 245 yards.

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