Future Blue Devils: Week 11

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 won its second straight game on Friday with a big 56-19 victory over Corona High. For his part, Ajeigbe was pretty much unstoppable against Corona, scoring three times and surpassing the 100 yard mark rushing with scoring runs of 20, 12, and 68 yards - the last of which came to give Norco a 28-7 lead in just the second quarter.

Norco now stands at 5-4 on the season.

Terrence Alls, WR, Miami (Fla.) Dade Christian - Dade Christian remains 8-0 on the season overall and 3-0 in District play. The Crusaders enjoyed a bye week on Friday.

Darren Andrews, CB, LaPuente (Calif.) Bishop Amat - Andrews and Amat moved to 7-1-1 on the season with a 30-20 victory over Loyola. On third-and-5, junior quarterback Koa Haynes stepped up to narrowly avoid a sack and found senior Darren Andrews for a 68-yard touchdown pass. Andrews' touchdown with 7:01 to play closed the scoring and gave Bishop Amat a 30-20 victory over Loyola at Los Angeles Valley College on Friday night that put the Lancers in a tie for first place in league.

"He's been doing it all year for us so we just keep going back there," Bishop Amat coach Steve Hagerty said of Andrews.

In the second quarter, Andrews took a short screen pass 60 yards for a touchdown to give the Lancers a 17-6 lead with 2:13 left in the half.

Johnell Barnes, WR, Fort Myers (Fla.) Dunbar - Barnes and Dunbar have won five straight, after beating Avon Park 44-0. Barnes recorded three catches for 52 yards. He also completed both pass attempts for 40 yards.

Parker Boehme, QB, Jacksonville (Fla.) Sandalwood - Sandalwood fell to 5-3 on the season after falling 17-16 on Thursday night. A controversial 75-yard pass completion to the 5-yard line with just over a minute left in the game led to a 17-16 win by Flagler Palm Coast over Sandalwood.

The future Blue Devil will likely miss the rest of the season after re-injuring his toe last week. Boehme was in a walking boot for this game.

Breon Borders, CB, Statesville (N.C.) - The Greyhounds improved to 10-1 on the season with a 56-6 victory over South Rowan. Borders reported seven tackles in a little more than a half of play.

Gabe Brandner, OL, Columbia (S.C.) Heathwood Hall - Heathwood fell to 3-7 on the year as Hammond upended them 35-21. Heathwood heads to the playoffs next week. Brandner did see the Duke game against Florida State game as well:

"Duke fought really hard, but they just fell behind against a really good team."

Quay Chambers, WR, Monroe (N.C.) - Monroe improved to 8-3 on the year with a 28-23 win over Forest Hills. Chambers completed 5-of-15 passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns. He added another 108 yards on 14 attempts.

Austin Davis, OL, Mansfield (Tex.) - Mansfield beat Grand Prairie 38-14 on Friday night on the road. Mansfield controlled the line of scrimmage and allowed their running back 179 yards on just 11 carries.

T.J. Douglas, WR, Fort Myers (Fla.) - Fort Myers won a second straight game on Friday with a 30-27 victory over Ida Baker. Playing QB, Douglas completed 5-of-5 passes for 78 yards and one touchdown. He added another 147 yards on 16 carries on the ground.

Evrett Edwards, CB, Woodbridge (Va.) - Woodbridge fell 21-19 to Forest Park. The Vikings now sit at 5-4 on the season and 3-3 in conference play. Edwards, playing safety and receiver, recorded seven catches for 69 yards.

Bryon Fields, CB, Charlotte (N.C.) Providence Day - PD fell to 7-4 on the season after a 24-16 loss to Charlotte Christian.

Jake Kite, S, Roanoke (Va.) Hidden Valley - The four game winning streak is over as Hidden Valley fell 24-14 to Salem High School. Hidden Valley now sits at 7-4 on the season after surrendering five turnovers on Friday. Next week Hidden Valley will face Cave Spring (alma mater of J.J. Redick) in a rivalry game.

For his part, Kite recorded five catches for 50 yards and then added 9 tackles and one tackle for loss at safety.

As for Kite's feelings Duke against FSU: "Florida State is just a great team, and probably one of the best in the country. It showed."

Sterling Korona, OL, San Antonio (Tex.) Reagan - Reagan moved to 6-2 on the season and 3-1 in District with a 24-14 victory over Johnson High. The victory assured the Rattlers of a playoff spot with the victory.

Korona on Duke-FSU: "Florida State is a great team, obviously, but I loved the tenacity and character Duke displayed. Duke continued to force turnovers all game, and I'm sure they will bounce back from this game. The whole team has showed so much resolve this year."

Dequavais Mann, CB, Rocky Mount (N.C.) Northern Nash - Northern fell to 2-8 on the season with a 25-9 loss to Rocky Mount High on Friday.

Mike Ramsay, DT, Marietta (Ga.) Walker School - Walker School won an eighth straight victory with a 21-14 win over Whitefield. Ramsay recored four tackles for loss and contested a pass that lead to an interception.

"We are still undefeated 8-0. We have another big one against Mt. Paran another big rival of ours. I felt like Duke had a tough game against an extremely strong opponent and it was a hard fought game."


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