Scout Recruits: Brenham vs. Lamar Sports was at the Brenham/Houston Lamar game this weekend. It was Brenham that came away with the 21-10 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 from both teams.

Malcom Brown, DT/TE, Brenham
First time taking in the Brown era which includes him on the offensive side of the ball? Starting at the tight end and H-Back, Brown has a good skills set and exceptional speed given his 6-foot-3, 300-pound frame. He did not look uncomfortable when running routes, in fact it seemed like he had been doing it for some time. Of course, where he makes the most impact is on the defensive line. When he gets his pad level down, he is tough to stop. On top of that, he was making plays from sideline to sideline. He also got in the backfield plenty throughout the game. He finished with close to 10 tackles, two for loss and a quarterback hurry. Somewhere, a Texas fan is smiling as the Longhorn staff is getting a good one. 

Tremund Moore, WR, Brenham
Sleeper lookout was in full effect as it is every week. And this week it has to be Moore. Just an all-around baller. Whether he was double covered or one-on-one, the 6-foot-, 160-pound Moore came down with the ball. He can stretch the field or catch the ball underneath. Either way, he gets positive yards. Guess what, no offers. Word on the street is Baylor is showing lots of interest, along with TCU and SMU

Darrell Colbert, QB, Lamar
Colbert had some great moments and some bad ones. But that can happen in your first year as the starting. He had 88 yards of total offense and two interceptions. But the flashes of goodness came when he was flushed out of the pocket, tucked the ball and ran. He was able to break some tackles and was tough when he knew he would take a pop from the Brenham defense. In the passing game he struggled, but there were some nice passes he threw that were dropped. When he had time, he threw strikes. Will get better as the season goes on.

Jerrid Jeter-Gilmon, LB, Brenham
Besides Brown, Jeter-Gilmon was the best defender on the field. Coming off the edge, he was unstoppable. He finished with about eight tackles, two sacks and a quarterback pressure. He is a commitment to Texas State. But don't be surprised in one or more BCS programs come calling here soon. This kid is a star. 

Timothy Cole, LB, Brenham
Cole stepped his game up a notch coming into the second half, when he had a couple tackles for loss and a half sack. Unofficially, we have him down for seven tackles on the night in addition to the statistics listed. He just always seems to find a way to be near the football. Will be a major player for Texas next season. 

London Kirby, RB, Lamar
Kirby was one of the few bright spots in the Redskin offense Friday with 118 yards rushing. He was able to find the creases in the defense and pick up chunks of yards to move the chains. He showed good explosion after making the first cut to get to the second level. 

Austin Schlottmann, OL, Brenham

Just a sophomore, Schltomman looked great in pass pro. Will be a 2014 player to watch, playing right tackle.

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