A look at how the 23 Louisville football commitments fared last week with their high schools

The University of Louisville football program has 23 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 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.

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