Chad Simmons

A look at how Florida's top targets and pledges performed for their respective high school teams.

Several Gators pledges and targets were back at work last week for their respective high school teams. FightinGators has your Monday morning look back at how they each performed.

Florida target and pledges hit the gridiron once again last week for their respective teams. Here is a quick rundown on how some of the players performed in this week's games: 

The Commits

Four-star defensive lineman Zachary Carter had three tackles in Hillsborough's 14-7 win over Gaither High School.

Kadarius Toney helped Blount remain perfect on Friday night, beating Saraland 42-7. The four-star athlete went 9-of-19 for 148 yards passing, and had six carries for 84 yards. He finished with three touchdowns in the air and three touchdowns on the ground - 232 yards of total offense.

Zechariah Byrd had one touchdown in Stanhope Elmore's loss to Wetumpka 54-39

Kemore Gamble helped his Miami Southridge team to pull away from Colombus 26-15 to remain perfect on the year. The four-star tight end finished with three catches for 21-yards and two touchdowns (one touchdown was a one-yard rush).


Jake Allen and his St. Thomas Aquinas squad blanked Plantation 49-0 on Friday. Before he was subbed out of the game sometime before halftome, Allen was 5-10 passing for 100 yards and one touchdown.

Javier Edwards finished with eight tackles, two for a loss in Blinn College's 54-38 loss to Navarro College on Saturday.

Four-star wide receiver Daquon Green had three catches for 79-yards and a touchdown in Tampa Bay Tech's 53-0 win over Wharton on Friday night. 



Artur Sitkowski helped his Old Bridge squad earn the upset on Friday night, beating South Brunswick 31-28. Sitkowski went 10-of-18 passing for 111 yards, two touchdowns and an interception

Christopher Henderson had a five-yard touchdown reception in Columbus' loss to Miami Southridge.


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