MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update Week Two

College football season is now upon us as is the junior college and high school seasons of just about every Mississippi 2015 verbal pledge. All but one of the Bulldogs to be were in action this past week and most saw their respective teams pick up a win.

Donald Gray made his long awaited college football debut and the Co-Lin slot receiver proved to be worth the wait.

Gray caught seven passes for 183 yards and three touchdowns as the Wolfpack got by Itawamba 37-13.

A strong defensive effort was led by MSU verbal Jonathan Calvin who recorded seven tackles and two and a half sacks.

Co-Lin will take on East Mississippi in an extremely big showdown in the early going for both teams.

The day after Co-Lin picked up their first win of the season, the Cobras of Wesson High followed suit.

Farrod Green helped WHS got off to a 20-7 first quarter lead and hang on to beat Sumrall 27-26.

Now 1-1, Wesson will travel to West Lauderdale.

Tim Washington and Yazoo City advanced their record to 2-0 after a thrilling 21-14 win over Humphreys County in three overtimes.

The Indians will be on the road next week as the take on the Wildcats of Clarksdale.

Chason Virgil accounted for five touchdowns as West Mesquite knocked off Seguin 55-22.

Virgil was 11 for 15 for 123 yards and four scores through the air.

The three star standout also added a score and third yards rushing in the win.

Wylie will be the opponent this week.

Nick Tiano tossed a pair of touchdowns as Baylor won in week two 34-7.

Now 2-0, Baylor will take on Montgomery Bell.

Harrison Moon and Signal Mountain High rolled 35-0 over Tyner Academy to run their record to 2-0 on the young season.

SMHS will take on Bledsoe County this week.

Deddrick Thomas ran for a touchdown and threw for another in Memphis-Central's 32-0 blanking of Mitchell.

Thomas also got into the act on defense by adding a pick and a long return to set up a score.

Central (2-0) will host Melrose next week in a huge match up between the two powers.

Alec Murphy made his senior season debut this past weekend rushing for 159 yards on 26 carries.

Despite the workman like effort from Murphy, Nixa fell to Howell 41-10.

NHS (0-2) will look to get on track this week on the road at Branson.

Kendell Jones and Maurice Smitherman squared off this week in a solid early season match-up.

Smitherman had a nice interception and return, but it was one of few highlights for Minor who fell to Clay Chalkville (2-0) 46-14.

Jones had a big fumble recover as Clay-Chalkville began to pull away.

Nick Gibson ran for three touchdowns and 140 yards on just 15 carries as Pinson Valley blew out Oneonta 42-0.

Now 1-1, Pinson Valley will take on Woodlawn this week.

Keith Mixon was the hero once again this week, but he did not need a late fourth quarter catch to earn the win.

Mixon found the endzone three times in a 34-14 win over Bessemer City.

Mixon scored on a short touchdown run and reeled in TD passes of 72 and 15 yards.

Shades Valley (2-0) will take on Central Point this week.

Justin Johnson and Hoover sit at a surprising 0-2 after a big loss to Colquitt County (GA), 35-14.

The struggling Bucs will look to get on track this week when they host Mountain Brook.

Darrien McNair and Trinity Catholic saw their season opener canceled due to inclement weather.

The Celtics will be on the road next week at Palatka High.

Trey Derouen and Parkview rolled to a 45-21 win over Mountain View.

PHS will take on Peachtree Ridge next week in hopes of picking up win number two.

Kentavious Thomas ran for four touchdowns as Baldwin ran over Hancock Central 42-24.

Alcovy will look to slow Thomas down this week in the second game for each team.

Jamal Peters recorded a nice interception and return to set up a score as Bassfield ran by FCAHS 24-7.

Now 2-0, Bassfield will take on Prentiss in the battle for Jefferson Davis County.

Cameron Myers threw for 284 yards and two scores as Oak Grove knocked off Wayne County 17-7.

The Warriors (1-0) will travel to Pearl River Central this week.

Mark McLaurin led an impressive showing on both sides of the ball for Collins who knocked off Heidelberg 52-22.

CHS (1-1) will travel to Harrison Central this week.

Malik Dear scored four times as Murrah knocked off Provine 34-13.

Murrah (2-0) will visit Jim Hill this week.

Tommy Champion and Callaway continue to search for their first win.

CHS fell to Chris Stamps and Warren Central 34-6.

The Chargers will take on Provine next week as Stamps and the Vikings head across town to play Vicksburg High.

Dontea Jones and Louisville continue their strong offensive play with a 40-19 win over Wilkinson County.

The Wildcats were in a bit of a tussle early on, but got rolling in the second half.

Louisville takes on Noxubee County this week in the annual grudge match for bragging rights.

Keith Joseph Jr. and Pascagoula saw one slip away in the final minutes as Ocean Springs won 26-2 over the Panthers.

PHS (1-1) will travel to Greene County this week.

Jarvis Wilson and Tupelo blasted Center Hill 48-7.

The blue turf is undefeated for THS.

The Golden Wave will take on Shannon High this week.

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