Nose Tackle, 6-2, 275 lbs.
Nero (junior) made six tackles, two sacks, one tackle for a loss and four quarterback hurries in the 60-0 win over W.S. Neal. Coach Mark Heaton says of Nero, "Tyler dominated the line all night. Neal had 40 yards total offense."
Defensive End, 6-2, 220 lbs.
Running Back/Strong Safety, 5-11, 165 lbs.
Walnut Grove-West End
Moore (junior) had nine tackles, four solo, five sacks, five tackles for a loss and one fumble recovery in the big 36-7 region win against Sumiton Christian. West End coach Hayden Stockton, a member of the 1992 University of Alabama national championship team, says of Moore "One of the best defensive line performances I have ever seen." Wise (senior) rushed for 213 yards on 16 carries scoring three touchdowns. Stockton, "Great effort. (He) made 176 yards after contact."
Quarterback, 5-11, 165 lbs.
Burgess (senior) rushed for 143 yards on 19 carries and scored five touchdowns of 3, 3, 18, 13 and 20 yards. He completed 10-of-14 pass attempts for 108 yards and an 11-yard touchdown in the offensive shootout.
Athlete, 6-0, 185 lbs.
After sitting out the first three games due to eligibility conditions from his transfer, Finley (senior) came out with guns blazing. He rushed for 223 yards on 14 carries scoring five touchdowns of 28, 10, 27, 40 and 74 yards in a 48-21 win against Mary Montgomery. Finley completed seven-of-10 pass attempts for 97 yards. Finley is a commitment to South Alabama.
Running Back, 6-1, 210 lbs.
Bledsoe (senior) just keeps putting up impressive performances each week and has already hit the 800-yard mark for the season. Bledsoe rushed for 221 yards in 16 carries with touchdowns of 50, 53, 70 and 5 yards in just two quarters. Coach Matt Griffith says of Bledsoe, "Great yards after contact, breakaway speed."
Wide Receiver, 6-4, 205 lbs.
Cunningham (senior) had seven catches for 88 yards and a touchdown in the hard fought 16-12 win against Blount. Cunningham is a commitment to the University of Kentucky.
Linebacker, 6-1, 195 lbs.
Walker played two teeth-rattling opponents with Cullman and Hartselle back-to-back. While they came away with the win over Cullman they came up just short in the 10-7 loss to Hartselle, but Drummond (senior) had another "lights-out" game. He had 14 tackles and forced a fumble which adds to his 56 tackles in four games.
Rinning Back, 5-8, 160 lbs.
Quarterback, 6-4, 190 lbs.
Stewart (senior) rushed for 177 yards on 30 carries scoring a touchdown in the important region win against McAdory 36-21. Winston (junior) completed nine-of-11 passes for 141 yards and rushed for 109 yards including a 59-yard score.
unning Back, Linebacker, 6-3, 225 lbs.
The University of Alabama commitment rushed for 194 yards on 22 carries scoring touchdowns of 41, 15, and nine yards in the 35-14 win against East Limestone.
Athlete, 5-9, 180 lbs.
Pough (senior) completed 30-of-40 pass attempts for 382 yards and four touchdowns. He rushed for a fifth touchdown in his team's 42-35 win over top-10 ranked St. Paul's.
Quarterback, 5-11, 190 pounds
Running Back, 5-11 185 lbs.
Foley took it to the McGill-Toolen Yellow Jackets in a 35-7 victory. Powell (junior) completed eight-of-14 passes for 77 yards and a nine-yard touchdown. He rushed for 142 yards on 19 carries scoring four touchdowns of 1,5,6, and 23 yards. Koen (junior) rushed for 137 yards on 23 carries in the win.
Athlete, 6-2, 185 lbs.
Deon "Running" Waters (sophomore) was determined Friday night to knock top-ranked Linden off of their usual perch. Waters made a touchdown-saving tackle when he ran down Linden's star running back Kendarius Fritts after 60 yards on their own five-yard line. He also ran for a 65-yard touchdown to seal the deal and picked off a pass in the fourth quarter.
Quarterback, 6-2, 185 lbs.
Valley put on a Tour de Force with their 40-0 win against Charles Henderson. Florence (senior) rushed for 218 yards on 19 carries scoring two touchdowns and completed seven-of-12 pass attempts for 88 yards and another score.
Tailback, 5-9, 175 lbs.
Gahagans, a sophomore, rushed for 210 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries in Fayetteville's 51-28 win over Jonesboro. He had 150 yards and all three touchdowns on 15 carries in the first half.
Quarterback, 6-3, 215 lbs.
The University of Arkansas commitment hit on 15-of-24 pass attempts for 214 yards and two touchdowns in the Purple Bulldogs route over Jonesboro.
Quarterback, 6-3, 215 lbs.
The Auburn commitment ran for 261 yards and two touchdowns and completed 12-of-16 passes for 209 yards and four touchdowns as Shiloh Christian downed Greenwood 48-27 in a game televised by ESPNU.
Tailback, 5-11, 195 lbs.
Wesleigh Foster (senior) rushed for 164 yards rushing on 16 carries with his 9-yard TD run with 11 seconds winning the game 21-20 over Farmington.
Quarterback, 6-0, 160 lbs.
Just a sophomore, Crisp completed 20-of-38 passes for 348 yards and five touchdowns against Heber Springs.
Charlie McClendon Tailback, 5-11, 215 lbs.
Little Rock Parkview
The senior tailback rushed 15 times for 180 yards and three touchdowns and caught two passes for 94 yards and two more scores in the Patriots' 42-7 romp over Sylvan Hills.
Running Back, 5-8, 185 lbs.
Fort Smith Southside
Jones (junior) ran for 221 yards and four touchdowns as the Rebels won at West Memphis 35-20. It was the Blue Devils' first home loss since 2006.
Quarterback, 6-3, 180 lbs.
Likely the state's best junior quarterback and sure to be heavily recruited, Burcham completed 25-of-28 passes for 334 yards and three touchdowns to lead Greenbrier over Benton 34-20.
Tailback, 5-10, 190 lbs.
Winston gave fellow junior Burcham a hand with seven catches for 144 yards and a touchdown and 15 carries for 82 yards and three more scores.
Tailback, 5-11, 180 lbs.
McDonald continued his fine play this season with 228 yards rushing and three TDs of 26, 59 and 30 yards as Charleston downed Ozark 34-19.
ATH, 5-11, 180 lbs.
McCoy (senior) had 208 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns, three receptions and one rush that found paydirt in the Airedales' 25-16 win over Russellville.
Tailback, 5-9, 150 lbs.
The tiny senior rushed for 321 yards and six touchdowns as Marshall downed Perryville 65-32.
Quarterback, 5-9, 175 lbs.
Sophomore Easterling completed only one pass all game, but it was 7-yard touchdown with 54 seconds left to lead the Blackhawks over Greenland 14-8.
Wide Receiver, 5-9, 175 lbs.
Quarterback, 6-0, 205 lbs.
Dukes (senior) caught eight passes for 256 yards scoring on a 63-yard flea flicker from quarterback Shaun White (senior). The team defeated Navarre 42-21. White passed for 345 yards including touchdown passes of 63 and 45 yards. He rushed for 37 yards and two more touchdowns of seven and 10 yards.
Running Back, 5-9, 190 lbs.
Nick Patti Quarterback, 5-11, 185 lbs.
Hart (senior) rushed for 224 yards on 18 carries in the 49-0 win over Olympia. He scored three touchdowns of 17, 7 and 88 yards on the ground and caught another 33-yard touchdown. Hart is considering scholarship offers from Alabama, Auburn and Michigan. Patti (junior) passed for 181 yards completing 13-of-18 pass attempts.
Wide Receiver, 5-10, 175 lbs.
Howard (junior) caught 10 passes for 162 yards including a fourth down touchdown pass of 25 yards in the 14-13 upset win over Apopka. The junior also deflected a fourth down pass that sealed the game.
Athlete, 5-11, 170 lbs.
Saunders (senior) rushed for 144 yards on 11 carries scoring a 72-yard touchdown and passed a 30-yard touchdown pass in their 21-7 win over Seabreeze. Saunders is a commitment to the University of Florida.
Running Back, 6-0, 210 lbs.
Despite illness, Pender (junior) rushed for 345 yards in the 55-0 win over Baker. He scored five touchdowns including 69, 46 and 34-yard runs. Pender carried the ball 15 times for a 23 yard per carry average.
Ron Moore Jr.
Wide Receiver, 5-10, 175 lbs.
Moore (senior) caught five passes for 125 yards in the 28-14 win over Oviedo. He caught a 69 yard touchdown pass and returned a kick for 37 yards. Moore has a scholarship offer to Florida A&M.
Running Back, 5-9, 195 lbs.
Blakely (senior) rushed for 155 yards on 21 carries scoring four touchdowns in the 31-24 win over Brandenton Southeast. The senior fumbled in the first half, but made up for the error with three touchdowns in the second half of 3, 7 and 14 yards. Blakely has interest in Auburn, Florida and will visit Auburn this weekend for the South Carolina game.
Running Back, 5-10, 175 lbs.
Punta Gorda Charlotte
Bellamy (senior) ran the ball five times in his team's 62-6 win over Mariner. He scored four times on touchdown runs of 50, 45, 34, and 58 yards. The Clemson commitment ran for 196 yards.
Defensive Tackle, 6-2, 275 lbs.
Jernigan (senior) had five tackles, forced a fumble and had a big fourth down stop to help his team to a 22-14 win over Buchholz. He rushed for another 25 yards. Jernigan, thought by some as Gator bound, will take visits to Alabama and Florida in the first two weekends of October. Alabama is hosting the Gators on his visit.
Quarterback, 6-3, 185 lbs.
Kelvin Lee Running Back, 5-9, 180 lbs.
Wide Receiver/Defensive Back, 6-5, 180 lbs.
Willis (junior) and his teammates have faced adversity this season with their head coach making headlines across central Florida after becoming embroiled in a scandal. The Bucs finally found the winners' circle AND their offense this week against Osceola in a 20-0 victory. Willis completed 12-of-21 passes for 172 yards and two touchdowns. He rushed for another 15 yards on four carries.
Lee (junior) has filled in for Clemson commitment Marlin Lane ably. Telvin Hooks, the other Mainland running back star from last year, transferred to New Smyrna this season. That has pushed the junior running back into primetime. Lee found his rhythm in this game rushing for 126 yards on 25 carries and scoring once.
Davis (senior), the "other" Clemson commitment, is always a star attraction to see in action as he towers over most of the competition. He caught seven passes for 121 yards including a touchdown of 31 yards deep in the second quarter.
Running Back, 5-10, 170 lbs.
Grooms (senior) rushed for 172 yards on 35 carries scoring three touchdowns in a 58-26 win over Douglas. Grooms is a Scout.com four-star running back with a hefty load of scholarship offers.
Quarterback, 6-2, 180 lbs.
Richardson (senior) rushed for 130 yards on 15 carries scoring on runs of 8 and 55 yards. He completed eight-of-12 pass attempts for 127 yards and a 14-yard touchdown pass. Richardson is a commitment to Iowa State.
Quarterback, 6-3, 200 lbs.
Wide Receiver, 6-3, 220 lbs.
Bridgewater (senior) completed 15-of-24 passing attempts for 342 yards and four touchdowns. Bridgewater is a Scout.com five-star prospect committed to the University of Miami. Rhymes (senior) caught three passes all for touchdowns. The scores were on 19, 50 and 78 yards.
Running Back, 5-11, 225 lbs.
Defensive Tackle, 6-3, 255 lbs.
Stewart (junior) rushed for 197 yards on 24 carries scoring two touchdowns on runs of 1 and 16 yards in the 31-24 win over American Heritage Plantation. Chaney (senior) had 17 tackles with 12 solo and two for a loss of yards.
Running Back, 5-10, 180 lbs.
Michel (freshman) rushed for 125 yards on 26 carries scoring on a six-yard run and returning the opening kickoff 86 yards for a score.
Quarterback, 5-10, 155 lbs.
Episcopal High School
Reber (senior) was knocked out of the game against Nease with a possible concussion, but not before he tossed three touchdown passes of 10, 19, and 6 yards in the 28-15 win. He completed 14-of-16 pass attempts for 188 yards and rushed for 23 yards on five carries.
Defensive Back, 5-8, 160 lbs.
Williams (senior) picked off three passes and made seven tackles in the 35-12 win over Parker. He returned two picks for touchdowns. He also returned a kickoff 90 yards for a score.
Running Back, 6-3, 225 lbs.
Henry (sophomore) rushed for 292 yards on 19 carries, scoring four touchdowns in the 35-6 win over Atlantic Coast.
Running Back, 6-0, 210 lbs.
Crowell (senior) showcased his talent last Thursday night on ESPNU and had no signs of stage fright. He ended the night with 185 yards rushing on 27 carries and three touchdowns. He took the ball 83 yards for a TD of the first play from scrimmage, but the famous illegal block in the back nullified the touchdown.
Quarterback, 6-0, 190 lbs.
Tight End, 6-6, 240 lbs.
Safety, 6-1, 190 lbs.
A wild game on both sides of the field with a total of 126 points scored. Whilden (senior led his troops with a production of 16-of-25 for 335 yards and four touchdowns in the 64-62 win. Mitchell (senior) had five receptions for 196 yards and two touchdowns, and Rome (senior) had five receptions for 68 yards and two touchdowns.
Outside Linebaker/Defensive Back, 6-1.5, 185 lbs.
Rhodes (senior) helped hand Statesboro their first loss of the season and his team's first in the 29-0 win. Rhodes left the field in an ambulance after falling on his neck, but is fine and released the same night. He was all over the field before the injury and recorded 10 tackles for the evening.
Hardin (junior) became the hero against Southwest Dekalb after kicking a 59-yard field goal to win the game 17-14 with three seconds left on the clock. He had missed a couple of shorter kicks earlier in the night.
Middle Linebacker, 6-3, 227
Johnson (senior) had 192 yards on 17 carries after the coach had his playmaker line up in the 'Wildcat' in the second half of the game. The Gainesville Red Elephants defeated North Hall 20-13.
Defensive End, 6-4, 248 lbs.
Dickson made a game-changing play when he stripped the pigskin which was recovered by Griffin. This lead to a score by Nile Daniel (9-yard touchdown run) in the win against Jones County 20-13.
Hill (junior) had an impressive first half of play last week when he rushed for 138 yards on nine carries and three touchdowns in the 43-14 win.
Quarterback, 6-2, 186 lbs.
Marshall (senior) was 10-of-17 passing for 218 yards and four touchdowns and two rushing touchdowns for 60 yards, returned an interception for 65 yards and a score, and was the punter twice for a 36-yard average.
Quarterback, 6-3, 180
Tight End, 6-5, 235 lbs.
Kicker, 5-11, 150
The Bulldogs defeated Collins Hill 33-20 behind several playmakers. Hosch (junior) was 12-of-13 for 227 yards and three touchdown passes. Uzomah (senior) was 4-of-4 for 38 yards and had four receptions for 99 yards. Uzomah is an Aubirn commitment. Hatley (senior) had six touchbacks on kick-offs.
Mullins (senior) was 19-of-29 for 232 yards and added another 47 yards on the ground to help seal the win 20-19 against Hillgrove.
Defensive Tackle, 6-2, 282 lbs.
Ferguson (sophomore) returned after two weeks with a big statement of 212 yards rushing with 26 carries in the 22-6 win against Central-Carroll. He had runs of 44, 16, 12, 30, 14, 17, 18, and 19 yards. Ferguson had more than half of his team's total offensive rushing yardage (302). Ball (junior) had several tackles on defense and a recorded a sack. He added two receptions for more than 20 yards each.
Running Back, 5-9, 164 lbs.
Wimberly (senior) amassed 350 all-purpose yards in the win against Central Gwinnett. He had four touchdowns and a 97-yard kick-off return (school record).
Kicker, 5-11, 150 lbs.
Peoples (senior) scored more than half his team's points in the 16-8 victory against Rockdale County. Field goal kicks included 24, 45 and 35 yards.
Quarterback, 6-0, 185 lbs.
Chad Lawrence willed his Pioneers to victory Friday night against the Henry Clay Blue Devils. Lawrence threw for 184 yards and two touchdowns, but he also rushed for 154 yards on 25 carries.
Wide Receiver, 5-9, 150 lbs.
Louisville – Butler
Kiante Northington had a strong effort Friday night in Butler's win over Lousiville-Doss. The junior caught three passes for 105 yards and two touchdowns. He also recovered a fumble on defense and returned a kickoff 60 yards.
Wide Receiver, 6-3, 190 lbs.
One of the state's top players, DeVante Parker continued his tear Friday night against Meade County. Parker caught nine passes for 219 yards and three touchdowns. Ballard rolled to victory, 45-10 behind Parker's play. Parker is a University of Louisville commitment.
Running Back, 5-9, 181 lbs.
Perhaps one of the best individual performances of the season, junior running back DarMontre Warr rushed the ball Friday night 24 times for 400 yards and three touchdowns. Manual defeated Louisville Central 31-21.
Tight End/Running Back, 6-4, 230 lbs.
Louisville – Eastern
Eastern came out Friday night and dominated cross-town foe, Fern Creek 60-20. Senior Jon Davis rushed the ball 19 times for 132 yards and four touchdowns in the victory. Davis is a University of Kentucky commitment.
Quarterback, 6-1, 180 lbs.
Louisville – Seneca
Seneca held off a scrappy DeSales squad 40-34 in overtime. Senior quarterback DaMarcus Smith had a great game, completing 20-of-33 passes and 381 yards. He also had five touchdown passes, including the game winning score. Smith also ran for a touchdown. Smith is committed to the University of Louisville.
Defensive Tackle, 6-3, 285 lbs.
Louisville – Seneca
After recently seeing his recruitment pick up, junior defensive tackle Tyrone Pearson had a great game for Seneca against DeSales in the 40-34 win. He had 11 tackles and three sacks. One of his tackles ended the game in overtime.
Running Back, 6-0, 180 lbs.
Scott County High
Scott County defeated Oldham County 40-14. Junior running back Josh Walls was a big part of the victory, accounting for 233 yards and two touchdowns. The two touchdowns were on a run of 64 yards and a reception of 70 yards.
Quarterback, 6-4, 180 lbs.
Covington – Holy Cross
Holy Cross defeated Conner 41-20 on Friday night. It was Holy Cross's first win over a 6A program. Senior quarterback Jerry Arlinghause had 307 yards on 18-of-33 passing and three touchdowns. He also ran the ball in for two touchdowns.
Quarterback, 6-1, 175 lbs.
Junior quarterback Scooter Hollis stepped up big against Owensboro in a 37-20 win on the road. Hollis threw for 146 yards while rushing for another 105. He threw three touchdown passes and ran for another.
Running Back, 5-11, 207 lbs.
Ryle defeated Dixie Heights 20-7 on Friday night behind a dominating performance from Travis Elliot. The junior rushed 19 times for 264 yards and two touchdowns. He also had an interception return for a touchdown of 45 yards. A fourth touchdown was called back because of penalty.
Wide Receiver/Defensive back, 6-4, 210 lbs.
Josh Forrest (senior) helped his Tornados to route the Fort Campbell Falcons Friday night, 41-10. Forrest scored four touchdowns in the victory in a variety of ways. The Kentucky commitment returned a interception 45 yards for a score, returned a fumble 44 yards for a score, and caught passes of 11 yards and 12 yards for touchdowns.
One week after Jeremy Hill (senior) ran wild in his nationally televised showdown against fellow LSU running back commitment Kenny Hilliard, the four-star senior running back made his presence felt under the lights once more. In a cross-town battle against Woodlawn, the Redemptorist defense racked up 473 yards of total offense.
That put the pressure on Hill, and the nation's No. 17 ranked running back - behind the blocking of five-star left tackle La'el Collins - had an answer time-and-time again. With Redemptorist up by four points with just minutes to play, Hill busted a 75-yard touchdown run that buried Woodlawn for good. Hill finished with 272 yards on 23 carries, scoring on runs of 42, 60 and 75 yards.
Joe Oliver LePrairie
St. Thomas More
No. 3 Catholic High had no answer for the running game on Friday night. To put it another way, the Bears defense had no answer for senior running back Joe Oliver LePrairie (senior) - who helped St. Thomas More to 642 total yards of offense, including 501 yards on the ground. LePrairie had 224 of those yards, who scored on runs of 85 and 80 yards to down CHS 56-23. Despite being a Second-Team All-State performer last season, LePrairie has yet to pick up a major college scholarship offer.
All eyes in Louisiana were on the match between Dutchtown and Thibodaux, and just as he had in the two premier games that DHS has already played this season, senior running back Effrem Reed stepped up in a major way. Though interest has come from the likes of Louisiana Tech and Northern Illinois, Reed hasn't picked up an offer. Thanks to one of the fastest starts of any player in the state, that should soon change.
Dutchtown tacked on 453 yards of offense against junior linebacker Trey Granier and the Thibodaux defense, and when head coach Benny Saia needed the big play, he turned to Reed - who finished with 143 yards and four of the team's five touchdowns in the 35-6 win.
It was a battle of No. 1 teams. John Curtis, the top-ranked team in 2A, took last year's game in a 24-23 overtime thriller. This time around, dual-threat quarterback Daniel Sams (senior) and Salmen found redemption. In a 28-21 win. the state's top-ranked 4A team found the endzone on both a kickoff and fumble recovery. Outside of the quick 14 points, it was Sams that carried Salmen, finishing with152 yards via running, passing and receiving. The senior back, who is committed to Kansas State, rushed 12 times for 59 yards, caught three passes for 63 yards and completed 2-of-4 passes for 30 yards. Outside of Kansas State, Sams also holds offers from Oklahoma and Tulsa.
LSU doesn't often offer scholarship to anyone who hasn't taken to a few games of their junior season. Last week, freshman running back Leonard Fournette became an exception to the rule, pulling in an overture from head coach Les Miles after he rushed for 200-plus yards in each of his first two high schools games - on one of the state's most talented teams, and in one of the most talented classifications.
On Friday, the third time proved to be the charm. Fournette helped St. Augustine to a 46-19 win over Warren Easton, finishing with 209 yards and four touchdowns in the victory at Tad Gorman Field in New Orleans. Third quarter scores of 33 and 20 yards by Fournette secured the victory, moving the Purple Knights to 2-1 on the season.
Prescott (senior) is considered among the top few passers in the state of Louisiana, and the Mississippi State commitment turned out another elite performance in Haughton's 48-16 win over Woodlawn. Prescott tossed for three scores and ran for two more in less than three quarters of work, moving HHS to 3-0 on the year. A pledge to the Bulldogs, the 6-foot-3, 225-pounder also has offers from the likes of Louisiana Tech, Memphis, North Texas and others.
Safety, 6-3, 205 lbs.
Bay Springs-Sylva Bay
Prewitt (senior) had three touchdowns which included a 45-yard punt return. He added 79 yards on punt returns in the 35-6 win against Alpha Christian. Prewitt is an Ole Miss commitment.
Wide Receiver, 6-3, 215 lbs.
Defensive Tackle, 6-3, 272 lbs.
Defensive End, 6-5, 245 lbs.
All three cousins were in on the action against McLaurin to help lead to the 28-21 win. Moncrief (senior) had a 56-yard touchdown pass on offense and 10 tackles and four pass deflections on defense. Hamilton (senior) had 12 tackles including three for loss. Tribble (senior) had 12 tackles and two sacks. Moncrief and Hamilton are Ole Miss commitments.
Cornerback, 6-2, 180 lbs.
Olive Branch had built a three touchdown lead (up by 25) when Memphis University scored three second half touchdowns to take over the momentum of the game. MUS was driving in the closing seconds of the contest when Jalen Collins (senior) broke up a 4th down pass play in the endzone to seal the win 25-22. Collins is committed to LSU.
Quarterback, 6-3, 195 lbs.
Rogers (senior) passed for 202 yards and tacked on 113 yards rushing and five touchdowns in the 42-13 win against Central Hinds.
Running Back, 5-9, 175 lbs.
Hall (senior) had 24 totes for 277 yards and three touchdowns to help defeat Pascagoula 48-21.
Running Back, 6-1, 191 lbs.
Chief Brown has his team with a 5-0 start behind his strong play this season. Ackerman felt his wraith last week with 278 yards on his stat sheet and three touchdowns in the 49-0 victory for the Ole Miss commitment. He had 116 yards rushing on 12 carries and a score, three receptions for 80 yards and a TD. He hit special teams with one punt return for a score. He added 11 tackles on defense.
Running Back, 5-11, 185 lbs.
Moore (sophomore) raced for 219 yards on his 19 carries and three touchdowns in the 30-8 win against South Delta.
Running Back, 5-9, 175 lbs.
Hodges (senior) had three touchdowns in the first half of the game and ended the night with four with his 112 carries to defeat Okolona 61-6.
Quarterback, 6-3, 235 lbs.
Liggins (junior) returned to action last week against Center Hill with three touchdown passes for 86, 57 and 28 yards. He added one touchdown on the ground. He was eight-of-12 for 198 yards in the 42-24 victory.
Quarterback, 6-2.5, 235 lbs.
Miller (senior) had three touchdowns last week, one by air and two by land, to help guide the winning effort by a score of 28-13 against Ripley. He was six-of-eight for 94 yards and rushed for 110 yards. Miller is an Ole Miss commitment.
Quarterback, 6-3, 210 lbs.
Johnson (junior) had 226 yards and passing for 161. He had three touchdowns in the 54-42 win against St. Stephens.
Quarterback, 6-3, 215 lbs.
Williams (senior) had 133 yards rushing and 79 passing and one touchdown in the 48-24 win against Chester. Williams is a soft verbal to North Carolina.
Wide Receiver, 6-4, 165 lbs.
Chadwick (junior) was 20-of-30 for 333 yards and three touchdowns. Brent (senior) had seven receptions for 134 yards and three touchdowns in the win against Adrrey Kell. Brent is a South Carolina commitment.
Running Back/Defensive Back
Johnson (senior) had 159 yards rushing on 13 carries with three touchdowns in the win against Providence Day 42-21.
Quarterback, 6-3, 200 lbs.
Taylor (senior) had 196 yards apssing with three touchdowns and one score on the ground to defeat East Wake 50-7. Taylor is a North Carolina State commitment.
Quarterback, 6-2, 210 lbs.
Lee (senior) had 200 all-purpose yards during the first half of play with five touchdowns. The Georgia Tech commitment had head coach Paul Johnson in attendance to see the big 33-8 win against Dudley.
Knox had 143 yards for the night, but it pushed him to a new school career passing record of 2,511 yards. Salisbury deafted North Rowan 33-15.
Running Back, 5-11, 180 lbs.
Marshall (junior) provided 192 yards of offense in the win against Southern 28-18. He had three touchdowns with his 28 carries.
Offensive/Defensive Lineman, 6-5, 300 lbs.
Presley (junior) had a couple of key defensive plays when he recovered a fumble, and made game-saving tackle on a 2-point conversion in the 28-27 win against North Lenior,
Running Back, 6-0, 195 lbs.
McDonald (senior) had 288 yards rushing and four touchdowns leading the win against Hertford 28-18.
Bradshaw (junior) was 11-of-17 for 197 yards and three touchdowns and added 49 yards on 24 carries and another score in the 24-22 win against Havelock.
Quarterback, 6-0, 170 lbs.
Riggin (junior) returned to action after a three week absense when he was inserted in the 4th quarter to help secure the 40-30 win. He added two touchdowns in the time-frame.
Bryant (senior) was 17-of-29 for 233 yards and four touchdowns in the 38-37 overtime win againt Fuquay-Varina.
Quarterback, 6-1, 190 lbs.
Smith (senior) rallied the troops for the comeback win against Reynolds in double-overime 34-27. Smith was responsibe for five touchdowns including one when time expired in regulation and a 10-yard TD scamper in the second overtime.
Hames (senior) had another monster performance on Friday night after posting seven touchdowns two weeks ago. Hames rushed 41 times for 437 yards and four touchdowns against Liberty. Blacksburg won the game 41-27. Regional schools will take a closer look at Hames as he's reeled off some huge numbers to start his senior season.
Quarterback, 5-10, 170 lbs.
Burris (senior) guided Gaffney to a 26-16 victory over Byrnes. Burris was 24-of-37 for 215 yards and three touchdowns. He also showed his mobility in rushing for 65 yards on 25 carries for another touchdown. An electric athlete, Burris should get more attention in the near future as we project him as a wide receiver on the next level.
Wide Receiver, 6-3, 180 lbs.
Davis (junior) continues to sizzle as one of the state's top junior prospects. He helped the Indians defeat Byrnes 26-16 with nine catches for 106 yards and two touchdowns on the night. Expect the offers to start rolling in for Davis soon.
Woodruff High School
Perkins (junior) takes over for a powerful Woodruff offense, and on Friday night he helped guide the Wolverines in a 64-40 shootout over Chapman. Perkins guided coach Brian Lane's offense going 19-of-29 for 321 yards and four touchdowns.
Running Back, 5-8, 160 lbs.
Tribble (junior) powered Woodruff on the ground with a 31 carries for 218 yards and three touchdowns.
Quarterback, 5-11, 165 lbs.
Christ Church Episcopal School
Townes (junior) had a career night on Friday as Christ Church defeated Eastside 55-14. Exact stats were unavailable, but Townes had six passing touchdowns and rushed for another in the victory over the Eagles.
Running Back, 5-10, 195 lbs.
Hayes (junior) continues as the force behind the Generals rushing attack. On Friday night he helped the Generals shutout Seneca 43-0. The Generals' defense in fact has not allowed any points in 10 quarters of action. Hayes contributed in a huge way with 206 yards rushing and two touchdowns on the night. Schools have been taking a hard look at Hayes, but he has yet to land his first scholarship offer. Expect that to change soon as he's one of the top junior prospects in the southeast region.
Running Back, 6-1, 175 lbs.
Scott (junior) continues to pound defenses each week, and he did it big once again in a 45-28 victory over rivals Lexington. The efficient back carried 30 times for 295 yards and three touchdowns. Scott, who is starting to hear from nearby South Carolina, is already at 980 yards rushing on the season through four games. His goal of 2,000 rushing yards looks well in reach if he continues on his torrid pace.
Quarterback, 6-4, 197 lbs.
Worley (senior) was at it again on Friday night leading Northwestern to a 36-24 victory over Blythewood. The Tennessee commitment was 29-of-38 for 365 yards and five touchdowns. Worley's numbers continue to pile up in a big way as he's become one of the most prolific passers the Palmetto State has ever seen as he has posted the No. 1(392 in 2009) and No. 2 (309 in 2008) rank for most passes completed during a season already in his career.
Wide Receiver, 6-1, 170 lbs.
Hall (junior) gave a valiant effort in the 36-24 loss to Northwestern. The junior standout had seven catches for 124 yards and two touchdowns on the night. Hall is one of a number of top wide receiver prospects in the junior class in the Palmetto State.
Running Back, 5-8, 190 lbs.
Henderson (senior) lands on the list for the 4th straight week as he helped Summerville to a 28-21 victory over Fort Dorchester. Henderson carried the ball 17 times for 188 yards and a touchdown in the hard fought victory. Henderson has 895 yards and 12 touchdowns through four games of the season.
Quarterback, 6-0, 180 lbs.
Sandifer (senior) had a career night passing for 387 yards and three touchdowns in leading Bamberg-Erhardt to a come from behind 35-33 victory over Ridgeland on Friday night.
Quarterback, 6-0, 175 lbs.
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High (sophomore) came in as the back-up signal caller and made a statement. He was 27-of-43 for 451 yards with six touchdowns in the 48-45 win against Loudon. He tossed only one interception. His father was a four-time All-American hurdler at the University of Tennessee.
Running Back, 5-9, 165 lbs.
Young (senior) had 244 yards on 21 carries and two scores which put him with more than 1,000 yards for the season. The Bulldogs remain undefeated after the win against Lenoir City last week by the score of 40-13.
Running Back, 6-0, 182 lbs.
Mathers (junior) rushed for a school record of 319 yards scring four times in the 47-14 win against La Vergne. Mathers has now amassed more than 1,000 yards and 12 touchdowns for the season.
Running Back, 5-11, 175 lbs.
Walton (junior) had 25 totes for 203 yards in the beating of Collierville 35-0.
Running Back, 6-0, 215 lbs.
Robinson (junior) had 150 yards and three touchdowns to help erase the memory of the loss against Melrose two weeks ago when he tallied 191 yards. The Cardinals defeated Overton 27-6 last week.
Running Back, 5-10, 172 lbs.
Bryson (senior) had 125 yards rushing and two touchdowns in the 32-14 win against Siegel. The Pittsburgh commitment has close to 500 yards for the season.
Quarterback, 6-2, 190 lbs.
Wide Receiver, 6-1, 194 lbs.
Gross (junior) was 13-of-28 for 279 yards and three scores in the win against Mitchell 48-42. Thomas (senior) was eight for 80 yards and three touchdowns.
Hibbett (junior) became the school's all-time leading rusher after his 19 carries and 174 yard performance last week. He had three touchdowns in the 52-14 victory againt previously unbeaten Gatlinburg Pittman. His ad played football for teh Tennessee Volunteers.
Quarterback, 6-5, 210 lbs.
Wide Receiver, 6-2, 200 lbs.
Wegzyn (senior) was 15-of25 for 255 yards and two touchdowns in the 27-10 win against William Blount. Haun (senior) had six receptions for 174 yards and two touchdowns.
Cronnon (junior) was instrumental in his team's win against McMinn Central 23-12. Cronnon had 13 tackles and a fumble recovery. This was the first win of the season.
Running Back, 5-9, 185 lbs.
Marbury (senior) scored four times with his 16 carries and 244 yards rushing. The Yellowjackets defeated Whitewell 41-20.
Quarterback, 6-1, 215 lbs.
Ricker (junior) had a school record of 254 yards rushing with four touchdowns. He added 70 yards on the ground with two touchdowns in beating Cherokee 42-26.
Key contributors to this report include Rebecca Johnston, Dudley Dawson, Shea Dixon, Brian Eldridge and Kerry Fair ll.
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