Performances of UM recruits

Several UM recruits turned in big time performances over the weekend and has the weekend recap for you. Read on to see who did what!

QB A.J. Highsmith -- For the second week in a row, his team's game was cancelled. They're set to resume play this week. In his only game, Highsmith completed 12-of-23 passes for 246 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 1 pick. He also had 6 rushes for 9 yards. Houston Chronicle

RB Bryce Brown -- He went off for the second straight week, carrying the ball 20 times for 263 yards and four touchdowns, including one from 80 yards out. Varsity Kansas

RB Lamar Miller -- For the second week in a row, Miller led his team to a big upset victory in Dade County. After going for 227 yards and three scores in a big upset over North Miami Beach the week before, Miller had 14 carries for 152 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Central last week. His season toals are now 48 carries for 488 yards and seven touchdowns. Miami Herald

RB Mike James -- bye week

WR Andre Debose - He said he had a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and had an 11-yard touchdown run but the team lost for the first time this season.

WR Rueben Randle -- Playing quarterback for Bastrop, Randle led his team to another big win. This time, he went 9-for-20 for 146 yards and three touchdown passes. He also added a five-yard touchdown run and also had a 59-yard punt return for a touchdown.

TE Orson Charles -- He had over 100 yards receiving and three touchdowns in Plant's blowout win over Middleton.

TE Stephen Plein -- After his first two games of the season, Plein doesn't have any catches but has been the most productive player in the Fort Myers defense. He has 19 tackles, 1.5 sacks, and 2 pass deflections while playing defensive end. Fort Myers News-Press

DB Jamal Reid -- He had a huge performance in a highly anticipated matchup, catching 6 passes for 223 yards and three touchdowns. Gainesville Sun

DB Kayvon Webster -- He wasn't involved in his team's 41-point offensive performance against Chaminade but continues to play like one of the best defensive players in the county. For the season, Webster has 12 catches for 102 yards and a touchdown. He doesn't know his exact defensive numbers. Miami Herald

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