Daily Feature: How They Fared

Indiana University football commits had a big weekend last week, as wins piled up and position players scored touchdowns galore. See how each Hoosier commit played last week.

Every Wednesday AllHoosiers.com’s Ben Faunce has a weekly feature looking back at how IU’s football commits in the class of 2015 fared the week before.

Touchdowns were the theme of this week’s Indiana commits, as every position player found the end zone, combining for 14 scores. Only one Hoosier commit wasn’t able to pull out a victory Friday.

Austin Dorris ran for 152 yards and two rushing touchdowns on only 14 carries to propel Shadyside (Ohio) to a commanding 48-0 victory over Shenandoah.

Titus Booker shined in Friday’s game, putting up 325 rushing yards and five touchdowns on 35 carries in Grayslake North’s 50-43 victory over Normal West. Booker averaged 9.3 yards per carry.

Nick Westbrook found the end zone three times in Lake Mary’s (Fla.) 35-6 rout of DeLand. The playmaker’s touchdowns were from distances of 15, 20 and 53.

Leon Thornton grabbed two second-half touchdown passes to help Montini (Ill.) Catholic make a 43-30 comeback victory over De La Salle.

Tommy Stevens made playing quarterback look easy on Friday, throwing for two touchdowns as Indianapolis Decatur Central defeated Mooresville 44-12.

Omari Stringer was involved in a defense that had a fourth quarter shut down, allowing for Crete-Monee (Ill.) to score 30 straight points in the final 12 minutes, leading to a 36-22 victory.

Hunter Littlejohn anchored an offensive line that allow Olentagny Liberty (Ohio) to gain 445 total yards offense in its 30-8 victory over Central Crossing.

OL Simon Stepaniak and Fremont (Ohio) Ross weren’t able to get things rolling on Friday, as they fell to Lima Senior 41-17.

Jacob Robinson led a defensive line that dominated the line of scrimmage all game in Westfield’s (Ind.) 34-20 victory over Hamilton Southeastern.

Joe Belden accounted for five tackles and one tackle for a loss in Avon’s (Ind.) 38-12 victory over Whiteland.

Brandon Knight and the Noblesville (Ind.) offensive line controlled all four quarters as they put up 464 total offensive yards in their 37-13 defeat of Zionsville.

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