Future Blue Devils: Week 10

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.) - After dropping two straight, Norco employed a no-huddle attack and rolled on to a shutout victory over rival Roosevelt on Friday. Ajeigbe rushed for 117 yards on 19 carries. Included in that was a 2 yard touchdown dive to give his team an early 14-0 lead.

Norco now stands at 4-4 on the season.

Terrence Alls, WR, Miami (Fla.) Dade Christian - Dade Christian moved to 8-0 on the season with a 48-0 rout of South Florida HEAT. DCA kept the ball on the ground and got five rushing touchdowns from their running backs en route to the victory.

Darren Andrews, CB, LaPuente (Calif.) Bishop Amat - Andrews and Amat sit at 6-1-1 on the season, after a key special teams play helped them hold on for a 24-21 victory ove Crespi. A key punt block with under two minutes was the difference. Andrews reported six tackles and a pass breakup.

Johnell Barnes, WR, Fort Myers (Fla.) Dunbar - Barnes and Dunbar have won four straight, and enjoyed a bye week. They will face Avon Park this week.

Parker Boehme, QB, Jacksonville (Fla.) Sandalwood - In a nationally televised game, Sandalwood and Boehme earned a 28-14 victory over DeLand. The future Blue Devil completed 10 of 18 passes for 122 yards and a touchdown, while also running for another 123 yards on 18 attempts.

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 3-6 on the year as Augusta Christian upended them 26-12.

"It was against the top team in our division," said Brandner. "We play our cross town rival next week Hammond. The UNC game was an awesome atmosphere and can't wait to see how Duke finishes the season."

Quay Chambers, WR, Monroe (N.C.) - Monroe improved to 7-3 on the year with a 48-9 win over Central Academy. On the season Chambers has completed 54 percent of his passes for 810 yards and 11 touchdowns. He's added another 670 yards on the ground and five additional touchdowns.

Austin Davis, OL, Mansfield (Tex.) - Mansfield beat King Phillip High 46-33 to finish off an impressive homecoming. King Phillip had allowed only 36 points on the entire season before the game. The Mansfield running attack piled up 376 yards while the passing attacked gobbled up another 180 yards.

T.J. Douglas, WR, Fort Myers (Fla.) - Fort Myers broke a two game losing streak in style by defeating North Fort Myers by a 41-7 score. Douglas, playing quarterback, completed five of nine passes for 143 yards and one touchdown. Douglas also added a rushing touchdown of 90 yards and finished with 182 yards on 12 carries.

Evrett Edwards, CB, Woodbridge (Va.) - Woodbridge fell in a heartbreaking fashion, on a 67 yard kick-off return for touchdown in the final minute of Friday. Edwards factored into the defensive side of things by recording 11 stops and averaging more than 25 yards per return. Here are his highlights

Bryon Fields, CB, Charlotte (N.C.) Providence Day - Field and Providence Day fell 17-7 to Charlotte Country Day on Friday just a few hours after Fields had made his decision to attend Duke. The loss dropped Providence Day to 7-3 on the season and 1-1 in conference play.

Jake Kite, S, Roanoke (Va.) Hidden Valley - It's a fourth straight win for Hidden Valley after the team held on for a 14-10 victory on Friday night. In a back and forth game, Kite had a down moment by fumbling on the goal line, but redeemed himself on the ensuing kick return, breaking free from a series of tackles and running 89 yards for a Titan touchdown. Kite added three catches for 46 yards.

On defense, Kite added 15 tackles and three tackles for loss. He also was credited with a forced fumble.

"Next week we play Salem High, and it is a huge game for us. It is most likely the district championship game."

Sterling Korona, OL, San Antonio (Tex.) Reagan - Reagan moved to 5-2 on the season with a 21-6 victory over Macarthur High. The Rattler defense came up big and stopped their opponents on fourth down with under three minutes remaining and then the offense ground out a drive to put the game out of each with a 61 yard drive to the endzone.

Dequavais Mann, CB, Rocky Mount (N.C.) Northern Nash - Northern fell 42-21 against Fike on Friday. The Knights fall to 2-7 with the loss and are out of playoff contention.

Mike Ramsay, DT, Marietta (Ga.) Walker School - Walker School won a seventh straight game with a 24-6 victory over King's Ridge.

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