MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update Week 12

The MSU commitment scoreboard update is a free weekly feature that allows readers the chance to see how the Bulldogs-to-be are doing in their final seasons before arriving in Starkville. This week some prospects saw their seasons and high school careers come to an end, while others took another step towards a championship.

The newest Mississippi State commitment, John Harris, announced for the Bulldogs on local TV and then went out and led his team to their second win of the year.

Boynton Beach knocked off Spanish River 20-0. The playoffs are no longer a possibility for the Tigers, but a win on senior night made for a good evening.

John Harris will play his final high school game next Friday when the team travels to Boca Raton.

While Harris and his team secured a rare win, his fellow defensive end commitment Preston Smith was part of a rare loss.

Stephenson fell to 9-1 after losing to King High School 26-24. The loss also means King wins the 2 AAAAA district crown, so the Jaguars will have to be content with the runner up spot.

Devonte Scott and Ferriday kept on rolling with a 32-22 win over Farmerville. The Trojans are now 8-2 and winners of eight straight. The win tonight secured the district crown.

Josh Robinson led #1 Franklinton to a blow out win over Walker High 53-7. The Demons have won nine games in a row and are expected to be #1 in the power rankings when they are released next week.

FHS should avoid Haughton and Dak Prescott until a possible state championship match-up.

Dak held up his end of the deal tonight as Haughton won 27-21 over previously unbeaten Parkway.

The victory secures an undefeated season for the Buccanners and the district title.

On Thursday South Panola blasted DeSoto Central 50-7.

Nick Brassell scored on a 54 yard pass from Lee Self and Kendrick Market added a pair of scores one on offense and one on defense.

Jermaine Whitehead's high school career came to an end on Friday as Amanda Elzy fell to Louisville 32-8 in first round playoff action.

Benardrick McKinney can relate with Jermaine. McKinney scored a second quarter touchdown on a one yard run, but New Albany was too much.

Rosa Fort falls 45-9 to New Albany.

C.J. Johnson and Philadelphia advance to the second round of the playoffs after blistering Raleigh 42-20. Philadelphia will take on Hazlehurst and Gabriel Gray in second round action next week.

Justin Cox and West Point knocked off Hernando 21-14 in their regular season finale. The Green Wave will host a first round playoff game next week against a four seed.

Rufus Warren returned a fumble 74 yards against New Hope, but the Rams could not mount much on offense as New Hope knocked off Gentry 31-14. The season is now over for Gentry.

Nick Redmond and Harrison Central took it on the chin again this week. The Red Rebels fell to Hancock 33-26 ending the season with just one win.

Joe Morrow and Ocean Springs lost to George County in a good game, 28-24. The Greyhounds will travel to Meridian next week in first round playoff action.

Joe Price returned a kickoff 78 yards for a score as Madison Central got back on the winning side of things with a 29-19 decision over Greenville-Weston.

Darion Arrington's season ended just like last year, with a win over McComb. This year the score was a little more lopsided as the Tomcats won 48-20.

Justin Malone helped pave the way on the deciding score and pitched in with some stingy defense as MRA knocked off Jackson Prep 14-7.

With the win the Patriots advance to the MAIS AAA Division 1 State title game next week at Mississippi College.

Daniel Knox, Darius Slay, Zach Jackson, Devin Fosselman and James Maiden played their final games of the season last week.

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