Scout Recruits: Dekaney/Nimitz Sports was at the Spring Dekaney/Houston Nimitz game this weekend. It was Dekaney that came away with the 35-13 win and it was powered by a number of solid performances. Here is a brief run down on some of the players who showed out.

Inclement weather and at the request of the coaches, no interviews took place after the game Saturday night between Spring Dekaney and Houston Nimitz. But there were several who performed at a high level. 

Dekaney RB Trey Williams
If you would have stayed through the first half, the comment may have been Williams was okay on the night. The Nimitz defense seemed to have a good game plan against him and tackled him several times for a loss. But that did last long as future Texas A&M back scored all three touchdowns on his way to a 287-yard night. Williams showed why he has five stars by his with his speed, vision and his ability to break tackles. 

Nimitz DB Joe Crowe
A running back last season, Crowe played the safety position well. Dekaney attempted 14 passes and Crowe was able to knock away two of them. He is not afraid to come up and make hits and logged just under 10 tackles on the night. 

Dekaney DE/TE Armand Nance
First two quarters did not look too great for Nance. It looked like there were several instances where he did not get the first pop on either side of the ball. But after half, something got into the Boise State commit as he came out fired up, especially defensively. Unofficially, in the second half alone he had half a dozen tackles. 

Nimitz DT Brian Madunezim
In the off season, coach Robert Toomer said to keep an eye on this kid and it is easy to see why. He is a big body who can play on the edge or in the interior. He muscled his way into the Dekaney back field on more than a few occasions. Unofficial numbers were five tackles and a sack. He caused much more problems than the numbers show.

Other nice performers
Dekaney WR Austin Garrett 
Nimitz RB Dre'Vian Young
Nimitz DE Brandon Jones

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