The University of Louisville football program has 18 commitments in the Class of 2015. Here’s a look at how those prospects fared this weekend:
James Allen, Citra, Fla., North Marion
Allen had 14 carries for 129 yards and one TD in a 52-13 win over Eastside.
Tim Bonner, DE, Demopolis, Ala.
Bonner had another solid game, including a blocked extra point, as Demopolis moved to 4-1 with a 28-21 win over Jackson.
Amonte Caban, LB, Smiths Station, Ala.
Caban had another good game in a 42-14 blowout of Russell County.
Aaron Cochran, DE, Atlanta Mays
Mays beat Lovejoy 40-35; no word on Cochran.
Matt Colburn, RB, Irmo, S.C., Dutch Fork
Colburn had 84 yards on eight carries and scored his 13th TD of the season before suffering a high-ankle sprain and missed the rest of a 59-7 win over Sumter.
Dahu Green, WR, Oklahoma City, Okla., Westmoore
Green had five catches for 73 yards and one TD – a one-handed grab to tie the game – in a 34-28 win over Norman in overtime.
Jonathan Greenard, LB, Hiram, Ga.
Greenard helped Hiram to a 41-0 win over Chapel Hill.
Paul Harris, WR, Iowa Western
Iowa Western moved to 5-0 with a 42-27 win over Ellsworth.
Lamar Jackson, QB, Boynton Beach, Fla.
Jackson had 97 yards rushing and one TD and 94 yards passing and another TD in a 54-27 win over Stranahan.
T.J. Jallow, S, Olive Branch, Miss.
Olive Branch dropped a 40-21 loss to Southhaven.
Chandler Jones, OL, Powder Springs, Ga., McEachern
McEachern was open this week and didn’t play.
Kareem Orr, RB, Chattanooga, Tenn., Notre Dame
Notre Dame and Orr also had the week off.
Khane Pass, S, Columbus, Ga., Carver
Pass helped Carver to a 36-0 won over Columbus.
G.G. Robinson, TE, Lilburn, Ga., Parkview
Robinson and Parkview took a 42-7 beating at Archer.
Traveon Samuel, RB, Phenix City, Ala., Central
Samuel scored the go-ahead TD on a 7-yard run with 56 seconds left in a 28-21 win over Opelika.
Jaylen Smith, WR, Pascaguola, Miss., High School
Smith scored on a 49-yard punt return in a 41-9 blowout of West Harrison.
Trey Smith, RB, Madison, Miss., Central
Smith was sidelined with a leg injury; Central lost 47-35 to Clinton.
Troy Thingstad, OL, Mobile, Ala., St. Paul’s Episcopal
St. Paul’s moved to 6-0 on the season with a 32-0 win over Linden.