Every Wednesday AllHoosiers.com’s Ben Faunce has a weekly feature looking back at how Indiana’s football commits in the class of 2015 fared the week before.
Last weekend was another successful one for IU commits, as wins and big games keep piling in from the class of 2015.
Nick Westbrook led Lake Mary (Fla.) with six receptions for 109 yards and two touchdowns, and Lake Mary extended its record to 6-0 after defeating Olympia, 55-33. In all six games this season, Westbrook has gained over 100 receiving yards, totaling 788 yards to go along with eight touchdowns and 46 receptions.
Titus Booker rushed for 252 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries as Grayslake North (Ill.) shutout Woodstock, 42-0. It marked Booker’s fourth straight game of over 250 rushing yards, and his fifth 200-plus yard outing of the season. Booker has 1,526 yards and 19 touchdowns on the ground in his senior year.
Tommy Stevens struggled in the cold, rainy weather, but he managed Indianapolis (Ind.) Decatur Central to a 22-12 win over Roncalli. Stevens finished the game 6-of-14 passing for 104 yards, while rushing for 59 yards on 19 attempts. Stevens also saw some action defensively at safety, where he grabbed an interception and recorded one tackle.
Austin Dorris rushed for 104 yards and threw a pair of touchdown passes to lead Shadyside (Ohio) to a 33-7 victory over Wheeling Central. Dorris has led his team to a 7-0 record.
Joe Belden recorded seven tackles, three solo, to go along with two tackles for a loss and one sack, leading the way to Avon (Ind.) shutting out Zionsville, 38-0. In the five games Belden has played in this season, he has three sacks.
Leon Thornton caught seven passes for 47 yards, but Montini (Ill.) was stunned by St. Francis, 31-7. Thornton has 35 receptions for 481 yards and eight touchdowns on the season.
Omari Stringer led a Crete-Monee (Ill.) defense that shutout Rich East, 34-0. Crete-Monee is allowing 7.1 points per game this season, giving up only one double-digit game.
Hunter Littlejohn and the rest of the offensive line helped Olentangy Liberty (Ohio) put up 415 yards of offense, taking down Westland 35-0.
Brandon Knight anchored an offensive line that totaled 370 yards of offense, as Noblesville (Ind.) took down Brownsburg 36-35 in overtime. Behind Knight, Noblesville’s running back Luke Melloh ran in a two-point conversion to clinch the victory.
Simon Stepaniak led the Ross (Ohio) offensive line, which scored in five of its first six possessions and put up over 200 rushing yards, to a 40-21 victory over McKinley.
Jacob Robinson and Westfield (Ind.) fell into an early hole against Fishers, never able to climb its way out in a 38-7 loss.