MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update Week Five

Region play has begun for several teams around the south and for all involved a level of intensity comes to Friday night. While a few of the Bulldog commitments for 2014 enjoyed a bye week, many future Mississippi State players were in action this past week.

Braxton Hoyett and Pelham bounced back and got back to their winning ways with a 35-7 shelling of Oak Mountain High School.

In Pelham's three wins they have allowed a total of 17 points defensively..

The Panthers (3-1) take on Tuscaloosa-Northridge this week.

Deshon Cooper and Columbia evened their season record at 2-2 following a 20-3 win over Carver.

Cooper reports that he is back in action and close to 100%. He and his squad will enjoy a bye week this week.

Elijah Staley and Wheeler fell to 2-2 after a loss to Etowah. Etowah was the first of several regional games that will determine the post season seeding.

Wheeler will be at Milton as the Wildcats look for win number three.

Tyler Jones and Jordan Harris are having a senior season to remember.

Stephenson blasted Lakeside 42-0 this past week to improve their record to 4-0 on the season.

Stephenson is averaging right at 45 points per game on offense while only giving up just eight per game on defense.

The Jaguars will look to keep on rolling this week as they take on SW Dekalb.

Nick Fitzgerald and Richmond Hill (3-0) were off last week and will look to extend their winning streak to four this week when they take on Glyn Academy.

Jamoral Graham threw for one score and ran for three more as Newton County (3-1) knocked off West Lauderdale, 33-10.

Graham and his team will have a bye this week before hosting FCAHS next week.

Dontavian Lee rushed for 200 yards as FCAHS (3-1) knocked off previously unbeaten Purvis 42-28.

The Aggies will host Mize (3-2) this Friday Night.

Aeris Williams had 162 yards and score as West Point beat both Noxubee County and the ran 14-6.

West Point (2-2) will take on Oxford and Darius Liggins this week.

Liggins and the Chargers (4-0) had a bye last week. The talented defensive end has had a hand in 31 tackles, three sacks, two batted passes and one pass interception on the 2013 season.

Lashard Durr and Harrison Central suffered their first loss of the season last week on the road at West Jones, 19-7.

The Red Rebels (3-1) will be looking to get back on the winning side of things this week as they travel to Hattiesburg High.

Jocquell Johnson and Co-Lin bested Norman Price and Hinds last week 19-10.

Co-Lin (4-0) will travel to Jones County this Saturday in a huge game for both teams.

Hinds (2-2) will host East Central in an extremely important south region contest for the Eagles.

Gerri Green and Greenville-Weston (1-3) had the week off, but will host Murrah and 2015 top in state prospect Malik Dear this week.

Chris Rayford enjoyed some down time last week as he attempts to recover from a high ankle sprain that has limited over the past few weeks.

Byhalia (1-3) will also have another break this week before taking on Rosa Fort on October 4th.

Logan Cooke watched his team fall to Oak Forest Academy 41-6 last week, but there was some good news for the Cougars of Columbia Academy.

Cooke had his cast removed a few days ago and his injured leg appears to be on the mend.

CA is off this week and there is a chance that Cooke could be back in action next week against Lamar.


MSU pledge Jonathan Pollock and Dr. Phillips improved their record to 4-0 on the young season with a convincing 62-22 win over Colonial.

The Panthers will visit University High School this week.

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