The University of Louisville football program has 23 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 35 pancake blocks this season, helped Mill Creek to an 13-1 record; losing last weekend in the state semifinals to Colquitt County.
P.J. Blue, Montgomery, Ala., Park Crossing
- Blue had 67 tackles, two interceptions and six pass deflections for an 8-3 team; was selected to play in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game but is sitting out because of a shoulder injury that he’s rehabbing.
Michael Boykin, DE, Carrollton, Ga.
- Carrollton finished the season 6-5; Boykin had 34 tackles, seven sacks and 18 tackles for a loss in 18 games.
T.J. Brunson, LB, Columbia, S.C., Richland Northeast
- Richland NE finished 6-6; Brunson had 145 tackles on the season.
Baylen Buchanan, CB, Suwanee, Ga., Peachtree Ridge
- Buchanan averaged 4.2 tackles a game and had three interceptions this season.
Rodjay Burns, WR-S, Trinity
- Burns 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; participating this weekend in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game.
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
- Kell finished the season at 9-4.
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 finished with round 700 yards rushing, 1,500 yards passing and 14 TDs; seven field goals and 45 extra points on the season for the 11-3 Colts.
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 finished the season 8-4.
Malik Staples, RB, Suwanee, Ga., Peachtree Ridge
- Staples finished with around 500 yards and six TDs and averaged 5.6 yards a carry.
Chris Taylor-Yamanoha, WR, Rohnert Park, Calif., Rancho Cotate
- Taylor-Yamanoha finished his season with 82 catches for 1,417 yards and 26 touchdowns on offense and seven interceptions on defense. For his career, Taylor-Yamanoha had 199 catches for 3,076 yards and 55 TDs on offense and 19 interceptions on defense.
Lamarques Thomas, S, Clinton, Miss.
- Clinton finishes the season 8-5; participating this weekend in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game.
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 four catches for 78 yards and two touchdowns and also had a 26-yard punt return in a 41-14 win over Lafayette in the Class 6-A state title game.
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 had five tackles, including a sack and one tackle for a loss and was named Defensive MVP as NW Mississippi beat Rochester (Minn.) 66-13 in Mississippi Bowl VIII for the 2015 NJCAA National Championship.