Future Blue Devils: Week 9

As the 2013 high school football season continues throughout the country, TDD runs down the performances of each of the future Blue Devils in the class of 2014.

Tinashe Bere, LB, Cincinnati (OH) Sycamore: The Aviators suffered a second straight defeat, losing to Fairfield 19-13. In the loss Bere accounted for an interception. Over on his Hudl site, Bere has uploaded mid-season highlights to his profile: LINK.

Zavier Carmichael, LB, Mobile (Ala.) St. Paul's: St. Paul's won a second straight game on Friday by beating Vigor High 28-12. The Saints improved to 6-2 overall and 5-2 in regional play. Carmichael was credited wit .

Quaven Ferguson, DT, Easley (S.C.) High: Easley moved to 4-4 on the season with a 10 point win over Woodmont on Friday. Ferguson is Duke's latest commit at defensive tackle.

Zach Harmon, OL, Toledo (OH) Central Catholic: Central Catholic won for the eighth consecutive time, beating St. John's, 41-0. Harmon continues to rehab a neck injury which will rob him of his senior season.

Christian Harris, OL, Suwanee (Ga.) Collins Hill: Collins Hill rebounded from the team's first loss of the season to destroy Meadowcreek by a 68-0 score. Harris and the rest of the starters were out of the game by halftime.

Davis Koppenhaver, TE, Newhall (Calif.) Hart: Hart moved to 7-0 on the season with a 61-13 victory over Golden Valley. The future Duke TE hauled in three catches for 71 yards in the victory.

Johnathan Lloyd, ATH, Graham (N.C.) Southern Alamance: A second straight loss for Lloyd and Southern Alamance, this time by a 44-20 margin to Dudley High School. The game was close throughout the first half as SAHS gave Dudley all it could handle, leading 14-6 before Dudley closed with 38 straight points. In the first half, Lloyd completed 16 of 20 passes for 190 yards. He finished 24-for-36 for 279 yards.

"We didn't finish the game," said Lloyd. "It just snowballed out of control in the end … but for the most part, I'm proud for what we did."

Tripp McNeill, OL, Mocksville (N.C.) Davie County: The War Eagles fall to 2-6 on the season with a 15-10 loss to West Forsyth. Once again, Davie County was close to snapping some bad luck before losing. The team led for all but the final 5:12 of the game.

Zach Muniz, CB, St. Louis, (MO) Christian Brothers: CBC dropped a hotly contested game on Saturday night to Helias, 13-9. Muniz was credited with three tackles on the night.

Nicodem Pierre, QB, Miami (Fla.) Coral Reef: Coral Reef fell to 5-3 on the season with a 12-10 loss to Southridge on Friday night. Southridge was aided by Coral Reef's 13 penalties for 93 yards. Pierre kept Coral Reef in the game by throwing for 251 yards — including an 89-yard touchdown to Jeffery Grant in the second quarter. Pierre also threw a pair of interceptions.

Jake Sanders, OL, Carrollton (Ga.) Carrollton: Sanders and Carrollton moved to 7-0 with an easy 52-7 victory over Shaw.

Alonzo Saxton, CB, Columbus (OH) Bishop Hartley: Bishop Hartley moved to 7-1 on the season with a 54-0 victory over Ironton. Ironton barely topped 100 yards of total offense on the night. Saxton had one rushing attempt for 79 yards (on the first play of the game) while also playing his usual cornerback position.

Kameron Schroeder, OL, Elk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes Oaks: A fourth straight easy win for Elk Grove and Schroeder as the Wolfpack ran over El Dorado by a 52-14 margin.

Taariq Shabazz, DE, Kennesaw (Ga.) Kennesaw: Shabazz and the Mustangs fell to 1-6 on the season after a 47-18 loss to Hillgrove on Friday. Shabazz was credited with five stops.

Chris Taylor, WR, Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) University School Nova: A eighth straight victory for the Suns, beating Glades central 48-13 on Friday. The team totaled 574 offensive yards and its defense recorded eight sacks.

Shaun Wilson, RB, Charlotte (N.C.) West Mecklenburg: West Meck moved to 7-1 on the season with a 41-8 victory over Olympic on Friday night. Wilson continued his huge season by running for 265 yards and three scores.

"I was eager to play tonight," Wilson told the Charlotte Observer. "The line did a great job of staying on their blocks and that allowed me to have success."


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