A look at how Florida commits and targets fared this week.

The high school football season has kicked off, and many of Florida's targets and pledges were in action last week. FightinGators.com takes a look at how they fared in the first week of action.

High school football has returned, and many Florida commits kicked off their season last week. Although some games were still preseason match ups, FightinGators.com takes a look at how they did: 


Jake Allen and his St. Thomas Aquinas squad started the 2016 season with a bang. Allen was 9-of-12 had 97-yards and three touchdowns in the first half to help the Raiders beat Dillard 51-0. 


Kadarius Toney had an impressive opener. Toney under center went 13-of-25 for 181 yards and one touchdown. The four-star athlete also proved to be a force on the ground, where he amassed 101 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries. 


Zech Byrd and his team have yet to begin their season, however, they did have a preseason matchup on Friday. Byrd has the lone touchdown for Stanhope Elmore, as they lost to Greenville. 



Miami Southridge was in action on Friday night in a preseason matchup. Gators pledge Kemore Gamble and target Shawn Davis helped lead the squad to the 33-7 win over South Plantation. Gamble had one touchdown in the win. 



It was a great defensive showing for Zachary Carter and his Hillsborough squad on Friday as they shut out East Bay 41-0. The defensive was able to force four turnovers. 


Daquon Green and Tampa Bay Technical also recorded a win on Friday night with a 35-0 victory over Blake. Green recorded one touchdown, a 41-yarder. Green had five receptions for 94 yards. 


Adarius Lemons and Clearwater started the game on the right foot with Lemons' 57-yard run on the first play of the game to set up a 4-yard TD pass. However, things turned south quickly and the Tornados lost to Cocoa 34-7. Lemons had 11 carries for 121 yards in the loss. 

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