U of L football commitment tracker

Cardinal Authority takes a look at how the 15 verbal commitments in the Class of 2015 for the University of Louisville football program fared this weekend with their high school teams.

The University of Louisville football program has 15 commitments in the Class of 2015. Here’s a look at how those prospects fared this weekend:

James Allen, Citra, Fla., North Marion

Allen carried 11 times for 191 yards and three touchdowns as North Marion beat Forest 27-10.

Tim Bonner, DE, Demopolis, Ala.

Demopolis came up with two turnovers but lost the opener to Thomasville 18-13.

Aaron Cochran, DE, Atlanta Mays

Mays won 40-0 over Glenn Hills.

Matt Colburn, RB, Irmo, S.C., Dutch Fork

Dutch Fork was off this week after Colburn had 146 yards rushing and four TDs last week in the opener against Greenwood.

Dahu Green, WR, Oklahoma City, Okla., Westmoore

Green’s season begins next weekend.

Jonathan Greenard, LB, Hiram, Ga.

The Hiram defense forced four turnovers in a 34-14 win over Cedartown.

Lamar Jackson, QB, Boynton Beach, Fla.

Jackson passed for 106 yards and four touchdowns and added a 22-yard TD run as Boynton Beach rolled 69-0 over Olympic Heights.

T.J. Jallow, S, Olive Branch, Miss.

Beat Memphis Raleigh-Egypt 30-6.

Chandler Jones, OL, Powder Springs, Ga., McEachern

McEachern was off this week and is 0-1.

Kareem Orr, RB, Chattanooga, Tenn., Notre Dame

Orr passed for a touchdown, had four tackles and a pass deflection and had seven catches for 109 yards and three touchdowns in a 34-20 win over East Ridge.

Khane Pass, S, Columbus, Ga., Carver

Carver moved to 2-0 on the season with a 44-13 win over Spencer.

G.G. Robinson, TE, Lilburn, Ga., Parkview

Robinson helped Parkview to a 45-21 win over Mountain View in the season opener

Traveon Samuel, RB, Phenix City, Ala., Central

Samuel ran 18 times for 99 yards and three touchdowns and also caught a touchdown pass in a 48-43 win over Harris County.

Jaylen Smith, WR, Pascaguola, Miss., High School

No individual stats for Smith in a 26-21 loss to Ocean Springs.

Troy Thingstad, OL, Mobile, Ala., St. Paul’s Episcopal

Thingstad opened holes for a rushing attack of over 300 yards in a 38-14 win over D’Iberville, Miss.

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