A look at how the 21 Louisville football commitments fared last week with their high schools

The University of Louisville football program has 21 verbal commitments in the Class of 2016. Here’s a look at how those prospects fared this weekend:

The University of Louisville football program has 21 commitments in the Class of 2016. Here’s a look at how those prospects fared this weekend:

Robbie Bell, OL, Hoschton, Ga., Mill Creek

  • Mill Creek is now 5-0 after a 28-0 win over North Gwinnett; Bell made an unofficial visit to Louisville for the Sanford game.

Michael Boykin, DE, Carrollton, Ga.

  • Carrollton beat Banneker 55-14; no individual stats available.

T.J. Brunson, LB, Columbia, S.C., Richland Northeast

  • Brunson was the leading tackler again in a 17-7 win over Orangeburg-Wilkinson, the first victory of the season. Brunson visited South Carolina on Saturday.

Baylen Buchanan, CB, Suwanee, Ga., Peachtree Ridge

  • Buchanan had five tackles as Peachtree Ridge beat Mountain View 35-7.

Rodjay Burns, WR-S, Trinity

  • Burns did not play because of a minor leg injury in a 51-0 win over Jeffersontown.

Austin Cummins, TE, Stevenson, Ala., North Jackson

  • Cummings had two catches for 11 yards in a 30-28 loss to Scottsboro.

Seth Dawkins, WR, Columbus, Ohio, Franklin Heights

  • Dawkins had a 60-yard touchdown catch in a 49-21 loss to New Albany.

James DeMatto, OL, Marietta, Ga., Kell

  • Dematto is the newest commitment on the list; but his team lost 21-7 to Cambridge.

Derek Dorsey, DT, Manual

  • Dorsey helped the defense post a second shutout on the season; a 41-0 win over Western.

Desmond Fitzpatrick, WR, Waterford, Mich., Mott

  • Fitzpatrick had two more TDs in a 33-21 loss to rival Walled Lake Western; he now has 680 yards receiving and 11 TDs on the season.

Jaquelle Green, S, Biloxi, Miss., D’Iberville

  • Green ran for 206 yards and one TD, passed for 66 yards and one TD and had 3 tackles and 2 pass breakups in a 35-17 win over Biloxi.

Austin Johnson, P, DeSales

  • It was a bye week for the 4-1 DeSales Colts.

Tylin Oden, QB, Columbia, Tenn., Spring Hill

  • Oden and Spring Hill also had the week off with a bye.

Jawon Pass, QB, Columbus, Ga., Carver

  • Pass directed Carver to a 30-3 win over Columbus in a driving rain storm.

Tabarius Peterson, DE, Tucker, Ga.

  • Tucker is now 3-2 after a 44-6 win over M.L. King; Peterson also plays tight end for Tucker.

Malik Staples, RB, Suwanee, Ga., Peachtree Ridge

  • Staples had five carries for 22 yards in a 35-7 win over Mountain View.

Chris Taylor-Yamanoha, WR, Rohnert Park, Calif., Rancho Cotate

  • Taylor-Yamanoha was named Overall MVP of the game in a 49-28 win over Casa Grande; he had seven catches for 115 yards and two touchdowns, rushed for a touchdown and had eight tackles and two interceptions.

Lamarques Thomas, S, Clinton, Miss.

  • Thomas helped Clinton upset No. 3 Madison Central 35-30.

Caleb Tillman, DE, Northview, Ala., High

  • Tillman and Northview lost to Lee 44-21.

Keion Wakefield, WR, Male

  • Wakefield had two catches for 34 yards in a 57-0 win over Butler.

Dwayne Wallace, OL, Riverside, Calif., Community College

  • Riverside is 3-0 and did not play.

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