MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update Week Seven

Several Mississippi State 2014 football commitments picked up wins this past week. Wins are more crucial than ever at this point in the season as most programs are approaching the heart of their regional slate. Some Bulldog pledges can help their programs take control in the race for the post season with a win this week.

Newly named Alabama All-Star Braxton Hoyett and the Pelham defense made just enough plays to hold off Wetumpka 41-38 last week to advance their season mark to 5-1.

The Panthers will go on the road this week to take on Prattville High and the ghost of Matt Wyatt.

Nick Fitzgerald ran for a pair of scores in a 41-6 blowout win over Groves last week.

Richmond will (5-0) will put their unbeaten streak on the line this week in a crucial match-up with Effingham County.

Jordan Harris and Stephenson (5-0) enjoyed a bye week last week.

This week the Jaguars will take on Tucker High School in a battle for regional supremacy.

Dontavian Lee rushed for 138 yards on 20 carries as FCAHS slipped by Jamoral Graham 16-15.

Graham rushed for a touchdown for Newton County, but the big news was that the four star broke a finger effectively ending his senior season.

Lee and the Aggies, the #1 team in Mississippi's 4A classification, will be back in action this week as they host Quitman.

FCAHS has now won five in a row.

Sean Rawlings and MRA shelled Starkville Academy 4-0 last week to improve to 5-2 on the campaign.

MRA will host Washington School tonight.

Darius Liggins had seven tackles as Oxford ran over Saltillo 31-7.

The Chargers (6-0) will host Lewiston for Homecoming this week.

Deshon Cooper and Columbia (GA) fell to Marist 35-0 last week to fall to 2-3 on the year.

CHS will be back on the road this week as they take on Chamblee.

Chris Rayford and Byhalia continue to struggle on offense. BHS fell to Rosa Fort last week 20-6.

Now 1-4, Byhalia will travel to New Albany this evening in hopes of turning their season around.

Lashard Durr saw Harrison Central's offense turn the ball over twice in the final minutes of an emotional loss to rival Gulfport 24-20.

Harrison Central fell to 3-3 overall and 0-2 in region play. The Red Rebels will be at D'iberville tonight in what could prove to be a must win game.

Gerri Green and Greenville-Weston suffered a 31-0 shutout loss to Warren Central last week.

The Hornets (1-5) will look to rebound at home as Starkville High pays a visit.

Jesse Jackson returned the opening kickoff 65 yards and set up Petal's first touchdown, but the Panthers fell to Oak Grove 31-14 to suffer their first loss of the season.

PHS (5-1) will host Brandon tonight in a huge game for both teams.

Aeris Williams ran wild again, but West Point's defense allowed Clarkdale a huge first half cushion as the Wildcats knocked off the Green Wave 39-34.

West Point (2-4) will travel to Center Hill this evening in hopes of getting back on track.

Norman Price and Hinds knocked off #2 Jones County last night 24-20 in an upset that keeps the Eagles playoff chances a live.

Hinds 5-2, will host Holmes next week.

Will Coleman and #4 Tyler Junior College (6-0) knocked off former NJCAA #1 Navarro last week 17-10 with a strong defensive effort.

Tyler will be on the road this week as they travel to Cisco.

Jocquell Johnson and #4 Co-Lin will host Pearl River this Saturday for Homecoming.

Logan Cooke sat out again last week as Columbia Academy fell to Lamar 42-0.

Cooke has been cleared to return to action, but he may rest his ailing leg one more week.

CA will host Parklane this evening before traveling to Jackson Prep next week.


Jonathan Pollock and Dr. Phillips continue to roll over opponents.

The Panthers are now 6-0 and have barely been tested on the season.

Last week Boone ended up on the business end of a 49-10 decision with Dr. Phillips High.

Dr. Phillips will enjoy a bye week this week.

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