Prospect Roundup

Jarrett Lee completed 14-of-19 passes for 296 yards and a touchdown as Brenham (Texas) advance to the next round of the playoffs with a 52-7 victory over Elgin.

Lee also ran for a pair of scores and has now accounted 29 total touchdowns on the season with 25 passing and four rushing. The 4-star signal caller has now completed 162-of-265 passes for 2,176 yards and has only tossed 6 INTs on the year.


Five-star running back Joe McKnight touched the ball a total of five times and he scored on three of them as John Curtis defeated Donaldsonville 34-6. McKnight got the ball once on the ground and turned it into a 15-yard touchdown run. He also caught a pair of touchdown passes that covered 41 and 22 yards. Donaldsonville punted once to McKnight and he returned it 28 yards and he also got kicked to once on kickoffs and he turned it into a 60-yard run.


Toddrick Bajoie has fought injuries all season long but he is getting healthy at the right time of the year. Bajoie caught three passes for 115 yards and 2 TDs with one going for a 77-yarder in a 29-6 victory over Dunham.


DeAngelo Benton celebrated his 19th birthday on Friday be defeating Zachary

49-7 to advance the Rams one step closer to a state crown. The LSU commitment had three grabs for 145 yards and two scores with the TD strikes covering 7 and 85 yards.


Tiger Rag's No. 1 ranked player on the defensive side of the ball is Chad Jones of Southern Lab and the big-time safety got into the scoring column with a 21-yard TD run in the Kittens 39-21 win over St. Frederick.


4-star cornerback John Williams is still not 100 percent after suffering a knee sprain over a month ago and the Breaux Bridge senior had his season ended with a 21-20 loss to Ouachita. Williams ran nine times for 61 yards to put an end to his magnificent high school career.


Diboll (Texas) had its season put to rest after a 40-20 loss to Palestine High School. 3-star quarterback Gilbert Moye had his worst outing of the year as he completed only 1-of-6 for 8 yards with an interception, and gained 91 yards on the ground on 12 attempts. Moye finished the year 35-of-66 passing for 601 yards and 9 TDs with 5 INTs, and added 626 yards

and 10 TDs on 91 rushes.  


3-star fullback Stevan Ridley was not as dominant on offense as he has been all season but he did enough to help lead Natchez (Miss.) Trinity Episcopal to the South State championship game in the MPSA playoffs by defeating Glenbrook 35-13. Ridley tossed a 45-yard touchdown pass on his only pass attempt and he ran 13 times for 102 yards with one of his runs going for 18 yards and a score. For good measure, the jack-of-all trades picked off a pass and returned it 30 yards for a touchdown.


The Belle Glade (Fla.) Glades Central tandem of Deonte Thompson and Damien Berry helped the Raiders to a 49-10 playoff win over LaBelle. Thompson, a 5-star wide out, returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown while Berry, who is targeted as a safety, ran for 58 yards and a touchdown on three carries. Berry eclipsed the 1,000-yard rushing mark for the season with his performance.

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