MSU Commitment Scoreboard Week 12

The regular season is over in most states, so many prospects have seen their high school football careers come to a close. Several Mississippi State pledges are still in the hunt for state championships including Jamaal Clayborn of Jackson Academy who will look to capture a fourth straight MAIS state title later this week.

Jamaal Clayborn and JA (11-1) won a hard fought game over Presbyterian Christian School, 40-32.

The Raiders will take on rival Jackson Prep in a rematch for all of the marbles this Friday on the campus of Mississippi College.

Kailo Moore and West Bolivar (10-2) took another step closer to a 2A state title defense with an impressive 49-36 win over Okolona in first round playoff action.

Moore scampered for 158 yards and three touchdowns on just 13 carries.

The Eagles will host Ackerman this Friday in a second round match-up.

Chris Jones and Houston made history this past week. The Hilltoppers (10-2) went on the road and knocked off Amory 26-24.

The win over AHS is the first ever playoff win for Houston who will host Yazoo County next week.

In this week's historic victory, Jones recorded 14 tackles and two sacks.

Gabriel Myles ran for 101 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Starkville got by Neshoba Central 21-10.

The Yellowjackets have won seven games in a row and will host Saltillo this week in a first round playoff game.

Tyre'oune Holmes and Tylertown's strong regular season play carried over into the post season. The Chiefs blasted Port Gibson 42-18.

THS will travel to Greene County this week in a second round contest.

Brandon Wells and #1 Bogue Chitto closed out a perfect regular season by knocking off Dexter 31-12.

Wells had 48 yards on five carries during the contest.

BCHS will host West Lowndes this week in first round playoff action.

Jake Thomas and Columbus went on the road to Grenada in search of a win to earn a playoff berth.

The Falcons routed GHS 41-21 setting CHS up a first round playoff game at Madison Central this Friday.

Deon Mix and South Panola appear to be playing their best football of the season. The Tigers knocked off DeSoto Central 42-21.

South Panola will host Jim Hill this week in a first round playoff game for both teams.

Cord Sandberg was 11 of 19 for 220 yards and three touchdowns as Manatee won over Sarasota in a 51-9 cakewalk win.

The Hurricanes are now 9-0 on the season and will host Lakewood Ranch this week for senior night before playoff play begins the following week.

Gadsden City survived a scare as they held off Hewitt-Trussville 27-21.

The Titans did most of their damage on the ground rushing for over 300 yards.

B.J. Hammond will look to help the squad next week as they travel to High in a first round playoff game.

Scott Austin reeled in six passes for 92 yards a touchdown in a 22-20 loss to Gulfport.

Biloxi (6-4) has lost four games by a combined total of 11 points.

The Indians will travel to Petal this week in a huge first round playoff game.

Shelby Christy and Dutchtown lost to Catholic High 26-21 on Friday night.

The Griffins (8-2) are in the playoffs and will St. Amant in a rematch.

A few weeks back Dutchtown knocked off St. Amant 31-17.

Kent Flowers and Simmons got into the playoffs as the #4 seed in their region thanks to a winning record in district.

The season came to an end Friday night as Bruce rocked Simmons 47-13.

The Blue Devils end the year at 4-7.

Trent Simpson and Ulric Jones saw the curtains close on their high school careers as well.

Simpson was sidelined with a season ending knee injury as Spain Park finished off Oxford 20-6.

OHS ends the season at 7-4 and out of the playoffs.

The newest Bulldog commitment, Justin Cox, was part of a wild affair that saw East Mississippi give up the winning touchdown on a kickoff return with under 20 seconds to go in the game.

EMCC closes out the season with back to back losses. The most recent coming to Co-Lin in heartbreaking fashion, 47-46.

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