A look at how the 22 Louisville football commitments fared last week with their high schools

The University of Louisville football program has 22 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 22 commitments in the Class of 2016. Here’s a look at how those prospects fared this weekend:

Blake Asher, OL-DE, Leslie County

  • Asher will be a walk-on at Louisville; Leslie County finished the season at 9-3.

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

  • Bell, who has over 30 pancake blocks this season, has helped Mill Creek to an 12-0 record after a 44-14 win over Newnan in the 6-A second round; Mill Creek will play Archer this weekend in the quarterfinals.

Michael Boykin, DE, Carrollton, Ga.

  • Season ended with 14-10 loss to Jonesboro in second round of 4-A playoffs; Carrollton finished 6-5 on the season.

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

  • Brunson had double-digit tackles again, but Richland Northeast had a five-game winning streak snapped with 34-24 loss to South Pointe in the playoffs; Richland NE finished 6-6.

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

  • Peachtree Ridge finishes 8-4 after 28-13 loss to Collins Hill in second round of playoffs; Buchanan averaged 4.2 tackles a game and had three interceptions this season.

Rodjay Burns, WR-S, Trinity

  • Burns four catches for 50 yards and one TD, four rushes for 32 yards, four tackles and one interception in a 20-19 loss to Male in the 6-A third round; Burns left the game with a concussion in the fourth quarter. He finished with 44 catches for 144 yards and 14 TDs, nine carries for 88 yards, threw one pass for a 41-yard TD and four interceptions and 22 tackles, including four tackles for a loss.

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

  • Cummins finished the season with 16 catches for 392 yards and six touchdowns and had 34 tackles, one interception and one fumble recovery.

Seth Dawkins, WR, Columbus, Ohio, Franklin Heights

  • Dawkins finished his season with 1,750 all-purpose yards, including 23 touchdowns for 1-9 (3 forfeits) Franklin Heights.

James DeMatto, OL, Marietta, Ga., Kell

  • DeMatto helped Kell beat Coffee 14-7 in the second round of the 5-A playoffs; play Northgate this weekend.

Derek Dorsey, DT, Manual

  • Manual finished 9-3 after a 36-0 loss to Male; Dorsey finished with 45 tackles on the season.

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

  • Green passed for 1,249 yards and rushed for 1,532 yards and accounted for 31 touchdowns on offense; D’Iberville finished 6-6.

Austin Johnson, P, DeSales

  • Johnson threw for three touchdowns, rushed for 50 yards, kicked a field goal and three extra points in a 37-18 win over Christian Academy in the Class 2-A third round; the Colts will play at Mayfield this weekend.

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

  • Season complete; Spring Hill finished 3-7.

Jawon Pass, QB, Columbus, Ga., Carver

  • Season complete; Carver finished 9-2; Pass will play in U.S. Army All-American game.

Tabarius Peterson, DE, Tucker, Ga.

  • Tucker’s season complete after a 42-35 playoff loss to South Forsyth.

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

  • Staples rushed for 44 yards and one touchdown but Peachtree Ridge dropped a 28-9 decision to Westlake.

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

  • Taylor-Yamanoha had one touchdown catch and a huge fourth-down conversion late in a 35-28 win over Petaluma in the CIF North Coast Sectional Division 3 playoffs; up next is undefeated Analy this week in the semifinals.

Lamarques Thomas, S, Clinton, Miss.

  • Clinton lost 45-27 to Starkville in the 6-A playoffs; Clinton finishes the season 8-5.

Caleb Tillman, DE, Northview, Ala., High

  • Northview finished the season 5-7 and Tillman led the team in tackles.

Keion Wakefield, WR, Male

  • Wakefield had two catches for 30 yards in a 20-19 win over Trinity; Male plays at Central Hardin in the 6-A semifinals this week.

Ronald Walker, CB, Wesson, Miss., Co-Lin C.C.

  • Walker helped Co-Lin to a 5-2 this season.

Chris Williams, DT, Northwest Mississippi Community College

  • Williams is the latest commitment; NW Mississippi is 11-1 and will play Rochester (Minn.) in Mississippi Bowl VIII on Dec. 6 in Biloxi for the 2015 NJCAA National Championship.

Cardinal Authority Top Stories