Future Blue Devils: Week 9

Tracking the committed players from the class of 2013 as their senior seasons progress

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 a second straight close game on Friday after Centennial converted a 30 yard field goal with just three second remaining to win 38-37.

Norco now stands at 3-4 o the season.

Terrence Alls, WR, Miami (Fla.) Dade Christian - Dade Christian moved to 8-0 on the season with a 34-14 victory over King's Academy on Saturday.

Darren Andrews, CB, LaPuente (Calif.) Bishop Amat - Andrews and Amat sit at 5-1-1 on the season, after a high scoring shootout that ended with a 56-35 loss to Alemany. The game saw Bishop Amat trim a four touchdown deficit to just seven points early in the fourth. That rally saw Andrews play a big role, as the future Blue Devil hauled in 10 catches for 130 yards and ran for two more scores including a 61 yard run.

Johnell Barnes, WR, Fort Myers (Fla.) Dunbar - Dunbar won 40-30 over Clewiston High with Barnes catching a touchdown pass after being named homecoming king.

Parker Boehme, QB, Jacksonville (Fla.) Sandalwood - The Saints record sits at 4-2 overall as they enjoyed their bye week.

Breon Borders, CB, Statesville (N.C.) - The Greyhounds improved to 7-1 on the season with a 37-27 win over Alexander Central on Friday. Borders recorded eight stops and recovered a fumble

Gabe Brandner, OL, Columbia (S.C.) Heathwood Hall - Heathwood fell to 3-5 on the year as Wilson Hall pulled away for a 35-19 victory on Thursday.

Quay Chambers, WR, Monroe (N.C.) - Monroe improved to 6-3 on the year with a 41-24 win over Cuthbertson High. Chambers ran for a touchdown and passed for another in the win.

Austin Davis, OL, Mansfield (Tex.) - Mansfield bat Canton by a score of 34-14 to earn their coach's 200th career victory. The offensive line helped pace the way as the team accounted for nearly 400 yards of total offense including 160 yards on the ground.

T.J. Douglas, WR, Fort Myers (Fla.) - Fort Myers dropped a second straight contest on Friday, losing to South Fort Myers by a 14-3 count. Douglas, playing quarterback, was stopped at the one yard line in the fourth quarter in a game deciding series.

Evrett Edwards, CB, Woodbridge (Va.) - Woodbridge rebounded from last week's tough loss to win easily over Freedom High by a 41-0 score. Edwards reported seven tackles and a pass break-up in his team's victory.

Jake Kite, S, Roanoke (Va.) Hidden Valley - Three straight wins for Hidden Valley after a 28-0 victory over Christiansburg on Friday night. Kite lead his team with nine tackles and returned two punts for a total of 89 yards including a 63 yarder for a touchdown.

Following the game, Kite had a chance to chat with coach Jim Collins and then took in the game at Virginia Tech.

"Duke started out really strong, but it just got away from them," said Kite. "I am sure they will build on this and be ready to play the next week."

Sterling Korona, OL, San Antonio (Tex.) Reagan - Reagan faced Madison High on Saturday and came up short by a 24-21 margin. Reagan had fallen behind 24-7, but the Rattlers made a game of it late. The team had a chance to tie the game with less than four minutes to play, but missed the field goal.

Dequavais Mann, CB, Rocky Mount (N.C.) Northern Nash - Northern fell 33-7 against Nash Central on Friday. Mann, playing on both sides, rushed just four times for four yards as his team fell to 2-5 on the season. Here are some highlights:

Mike Ramsay, DT, Marietta (Ga.) Walker School - Walker School bullied Fellowship Christian from the start, winning 54-7 in a Region 6A road test. Walker, with its third game of 50 points or more, now has 250 points on the season, blowing past the program's previous single-season record of 205.

The defensive line was led by Duke commitment Mike Ramsay and Colin Mitchell, who were in the Paladins' backfield all game long.

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