Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons watched four games last week and he saw teams out of three different states compete. Find out who stood out to him the most here.
Troup County (GA) hosted Auburn
(AL) on Thursday, Butler traveled to Charlotte to play Mallard Creek on Friday, and Grayson played Kell and Lassiter played Brookwood inside the Georgia
Dome on Saturday. Chad Simmons saw each of those games live and he saw a lot of talent.
A number of prospects had solid performances, but here is who stood out the most.
– 5-9/180 - RB – Charlotte, N.C.-Mallard Creek - 2012
Recruiting: Duke has a commanding lead.
My Take: Duncan ran for over 200 yards against Butler, the number one team in the state. He put Mallard Creek ahead with a 61 yard touchdown run early and then continued to run tough the remainder of the night. He is not about a lot of wiggle and he may not have elite speed, but he is tough, durable, strong, and fast enough.
Recruiting: Committed to Alabama
My Take:: Foster will be ranked as one of the top overall prospects in the country next year and he could be one this year as well. He started off the game with a tackle three yards deep in the Auburn backfield and he made plays all night. He has great instincts, he is very quick to the ball, he explodes through the ball carrier, and closes on the ball very well. He is a special player.