Zavier Carmichael, LB, Mobile (Ala.) St. Paul's: After falling in the season opener, Carmichael and St. Paul's rolled to a 33-6 victory over Williamson on Friday. St. Paul's dominated from the opening play and eventually built a 33-0 lead before pulling the starters as the fourth quarter began.
Zach Harmon, OL, Toledo (OH) Central Catholic: Harmon and the rest of the Central Catholic line helped push the Fighting Irish to 2-0 with a 35-17 victory over Southview. It was a tale of two halves, as Central trailed by four at intermission, 11-7. From there it was a different story as the Irish rolled to 28 unanswered points while rolling up 484 yards of total offense including a 296-30 advantage on the ground.
Christian Harris, OL, Suwanee (Ga.) Collins Hill: Collins Hill moved to 2-0 with a 21-13 victory over Dacula High. CHHS trailed 7-0 before scoring three straight times to lead by two touchdowns heading into the fourth. However, the hosts would score late and then work to pressure CHHS before ultimately running out of time.
Johnathan Lloyd, ATH, Graham (N.C.) Southern Alamance: Lloyd and his Patriot teammates won a shootout on Friday against Eastern Alamance, winning 54-40. It was all on the strength of Lloyd's performance. The future Blue Devil accounted for 317 yards through the air and another 195 yards on the ground.
"That's the goal. Offense looked good," Lloyd told the local newspaper. "It's one of those nights when everything was clicking."
Tripp McNeill, OL, Mocksville (N.C.) Davie County: After suffering through a pair of early season defeats, McNeill and Davie county rebounded to route Lexington High, 53-10. 2016 standout RB Cade Carney was the beneficiary of McNeill and his line mates' work, running for 129 yards and two scores.
Zach Muniz, CB, St. Louis, (MO) Christian Brothers: CBC roiled to a 38-7 victory over Eureka on Friday night. The win moves the Cadets to 1-1 on the season.
Nicodem Pierre, QB, Miami (Fla.) Coral Reef: Coral Reef has yet to be scored on in 2013, but has had little trouble finding the end zone. The Barracudas rolled to a 46-0 victory over Cooper City Friday night, bringing their season scoring totals to 82-0. .
Jake Sanders, OL, Carrollton (Ga.) Carrollton: Carrollton rolled past Chapel Hill (Ga.) High by a 63-0 count on Friday night. Sanders and his starter teammates were long gone by the time the fourth quarter hit, and his team leading 48-0.
Alonzo Saxton, CB, Columbus (OH) Bishop Hartley: Coldwater came in and rolled over Bishop Hartley and Saxton by a 41-16 margin. Amazingly enough, Bishop Hartley held a 16-13 advantage at the half, but Coldwater took control in the second half and scored four unanswered touchdowns. Most of the Coldwater offense came on the ground with their signal caller completing just eight of 17 passes for 109 yards.
Kameron Schroeder, OL, Elk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes Oaks: After dropping their season opener, Schroeder and Cosumnes Oaks rolled past Sacramento 24-13. Highlights:
Taariq Shabazz, DE, Kennesaw (Ga.) Kennesaw: Shabazz and the Mustangs enjoyed a bye week.
Chris Taylor, WR, Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) University School Nova: Another game and another blowout for Taylor and University School, who beat up on Norland on Friday night by a 57-12 margin. Taylor caught two passes for 56 yards in the winning effort.