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A look at how Florida's commits and targets perform in this week's games.

Monday morning report card is back. How did Florida's commits and targets perform this week?

It was a good week for several of Florida's main targets and pledges this week. Here is a recap on how several performed this past week: 

The Commits


Elijah Blades had quite the night on Friday. The four-star cornerback recorded a pick 6 and ran back a kick return for a score. His two touchdowns helped his Muir squad defeat Compton 49-12. 



For the second consecutive week Zechariah Byrd has recorded a touchdown. The tight end had five catches for 99-yards for Stanhope Elmore, however, that was not enough to take the win, losing 28-23 to Prattville. 



Four-star cornerback Marco Wilson had four tackles in American Heritage's 17-14 win over Colquitt County. 


Jake Allen went 15-of-33 for 253 yards and two interceptions in St. Thomas Aquinas' 27-23 loss to Booker T


Zach Carter helped his Hillsborough squad defeat Durant 17-7 after his tough performance at defensive end. The four-star defensive lineman recorded two first-quarter sacks and another late in the game. 


Daquon Green recorded two catches for 19-yards in Tampa Bay Tech's win over Jefferson 25-20 on Friday night.  


Newest pledge, three-star cornerback, Shawn Davis and four-star tight end Kemore Gamble helped lead their Miami Southridge team to a 7-0 win over Edison -  a game which was called due to weather. Davis had an interception, while Gamble recorded the lone touchdown of the game. 



Ricky Slade ran for a 98-yard touchdown on Friday night, breaking a school record for longest touchdown run. However, the four-star 2018 running back did not play the whole game. Although there are reports that he was taken out of the game with an ice pack on his knee, those reports are inaccurate. Slade has just returned from surgery and was removed due to cramps. He is still working through game fitness. 




Rahyme Johnson and Bishop Mora dominated on Saturday with a 67-0 win. 


Donovan Peoples-Jones was a force in Cass Tech's 45-27 win over Oak Park. The four-star wide receiver had three catches for 100-yards and two touchdowns of 37 and 58 yards. 





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