Scout Report: South Oak Cliff vs. Cedar Hill

DALLAS -- features post-game recruiting notes and more from Saturday's's post-game recruiting notes and more from Friday's game featuring powerhouse Texas programs Cedar Hill and Dallas South Oak Cliff.

Quick Game Recap

USC running back commit Aca'cedric Ware ran for 193 yards and four touchdowns to help Cedar Hill pull away from Dallas South Oak Cliff, 56-34, in Saturday night's Lone Star Sports Kickoff Classic at Kincaide Stadium in Dallas.

Ware (pictured above) was named the game's Offensive MVP, while teammate and Texas A&M linebacker commit Richard Moore earned Defensive MVP accolades.

Cedar Hill led 35-27 at halftime, but South Oak Cliff cut the gap to one point on TCU commit J.F.Thomas' 59-yard touchdown reception early in the third. Cedar Hill then pulled away with a two-yard touchdown run from LSU quarterback commit Justin McMillan and a pair of touchdown runs (32, 5) from Ware.

Thomas finished with four grabs for a game-high 108 yards and two touchdowns. Texas A&M five-star receiver commit DaMarkus Lodge caught touchdown passes of 12 and 15 yards from McMillan. South Oak Cliff got 103 rushing yards and a 13-yard touchdown reception from Texas running back commit Jordan Stevenson.

Recruiting Notes

Saturday's game featured 13 players who already committed to FBS programs. Here's a list of those prospects:

DaMarkus Lodge, 2015 5-star WR, Cedar Hill: Texas A&M

Aca'cedric Ware, 2015 3-star RB, Cedar Hill: USC

Richard Moore, 2015 3-star OLB, Cedar Hill: Texas A&M

Darrell Miller, 2015 3-star CB, Cedar Hill: Tennessee

Justin McMillan, 2015 3-star QB, Cedar Hill: LSU

Jordan Stevenson, 2015 4-star RB, South Oak Cliff: Texas

J.F. Thomas, 2015 4-star WR, South Oak Cliff: TCU

Prentice McKinney, 2015 3-star S, South Oak Cliff: Notre Dame

Jamile Johnson, 2015 3-star S, South Oak Cliff: North Carolina

Ladarryl Blair, 2015 3-star WR, South Oak Cliff: Boise State

X'zavien Ausborne, 2015 3-star CB, South Oak Cliff: Wisconsin

Takadrae Williams, 2015 3-star CB, South Oak Cliff: Wisconsin

Lamont Johnson, 2015 2-star WR, South Oak Cliff: SMU

Several more players from Saturday's game hold FBS offers. One of those players is Cedar Hill 2015 defensive end/outside linebacker Trevis Gipson, who reports an offer from Tulsa. Gipson said he has also received recent interest from TCU, which he visited about a week ago. Gipson, who plays outside linebacker for Cedar Hill, said the Tulsa offer and interest he's received from other schools is for an even-front defensive end position.

Cedar Hill 2015 receiver/running back Denvre Daniels, who had 142 all-purpose yards and one touchdown, has offers from Colorado State and New Mexico State. Daniels, who returned a kickoff 93 yards for a score, said he hopes to visit Colorado State in the near future. He also would like to take a trip to Texas Tech and hopes to pull in an offer from the Red Raiders this fall.

Top Offense

Aca'cedric Ware, 2015 RB, Cedar Hill: the USC commit ran 24 times for 193 yards and four touchdowns to power Cedar Hill's 323-yard rushing performance.

J.F. Thomas, 2015 WR, South Oak Cliff: the TCU commit caught four passes for 108 yards and two touchdowns, beating Tennessee cornerback commit Darrell Miller multiple times and drawing two end-zone pass interference calls on the same possession.

Jordan Stevenson, 2015 RB, South Oak Cliff: the Texas commit took a lot of punishment but endured for 103 rushing yards, plus a 13-yard, highlight-reel touchdown catch that ended in him hurdling a defender inside the 5.

DaMarkus Lodge, 2015 WR, Cedar Hill: Lodge caught only two balls, but both were touchdowns and he made them look easy, something he's accustomed to doing. One of his scores was an impressively effortless 15-yard jump-ball grab over Wisconsin-committed cornerback Takadrae Williams.

David Johnson, 2016 QB, South Oak Cliff: Johnson completed 12 of 27 passes for 210 yards and four touchdowns while adding a 75-yard touchdown run.

Top Defense

Jalen Goss, 2015 DT, South Oak Cliff: Goss multiple tackles for loss and was SOC's lone interior disruptor against Cedar Hill's vaunted rushing attack.

Marvin Terry, 2016 OLB/DE, South Oak Cliff: playing middle linebacker this year, Terry had a slow start in the first two quarters, but played much better in the second half.

Richard Moore, 2015 OLB, Cedar Hill: Goss and Terry stood out more individually despite the loss, but Moore got Defensive MVP honors. Moore had a couple of noticeable big hits and was around the ball a ton, which is expected of a Texas A&M-bound linebacker.

Sleeper Watch

In addition to Gipson and Daniels, Cedar Hill 2015 offensive tackle Jarrid Williams stood out as a nice sleeper prospect. Cedar Hill head coach Joey McGuire said Williams is a legit 6-foot-6 and about 280 pounds with a size 20 shoe. He's very long-armed and definitely looks like he could add positive weight to his large frame. Williams appears to be a late bloomer with a high ceiling. He reported interest from Kansas State.

Statistics courtesy the Dallas Morning News

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