Mizzou Commitments: Week 2 Roundup

Here's a look at how Missouri football commits fared in Week 2...


East St. Louis (Ill.) High School opened the season with an impressive 34-3 win at Providence Catholic on Saturday. 

Quarterback Reyondous Estes completed 12 of 25 passes for 263 yards and two touchdowns — both to Mizzou recruiting target Jeff Thomas. Thomas, a four-star wide receiver prospect, caught five passes for 171 yards and two touchdowns. 

East St. Louis will host CBC (2-0) on Saturday night. CBC has two Missouri recruiting targets in Class of 2018 wide receivers Kamryn Babb and Cameron Brown

Ben Davis (Indianapolis, Ind.) High School offensive lineman Pompey Coleman suffered a broken leg in his team’s 38-7 win over Avon on Friday night. 

Coleman, who spoke with after his team's Week 1 win, will miss the rest of his senior season. 

“Finally going home,” Coleman wrote on his Twitter account Sunday. “Surgery went well, long road to recovery but I got God and good people on my side. Thanks everyone for the prayers.”

Wide receiver DaRon Davis and Lee’s Summit (Mo.) North fell to 0-2 on the season with a 30-7 loss at Raymore-Peculiar on Friday.

Whitehaven High School, the top-ranked team in Memphis, traveled to Alabama and left with a 31-20 win over Florence High School on Friday. 

Outside linebacker Aubrey Miller was a difference maker for Whitehaven as he returned an interception for a touchdown

Linebacker Jamal Brooks and his Bessemer (Ala.) City High squad fell to Clay-Chalkville 33-30 on a touchdown in the final minute

Wide receiver Roderick Ford helped Southwest High School (Fort Worth, Texas) open the season with a 49-46 win over visiting Joshua on Friday.

Offensive lineman Larry Borom and his Brother Rice (Bloomfield Hills, Mich.) High School squad opened the season with a 27-3 win over Seaholm. 

Borom helped the Warriors rack up 333 total yards (184 passing, 149 rushing) and 17 first downs in the victory.

Tight end Logan Christopherson came up with a clutch play to help Lemont (Ill.) High School to a 13-7 win over host Richards in the season opener on Friday.

Christopherson caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Spencer Nagel early in the fourth quarter to open the scoring. 

“It felt awesome,” Christopherson told the Daily Southtown newspaper. “The first catch of the season for a touchdown and we won.”

Joshuah Bledsoe had an interception and scored on a touchdown run but his Dekaney (Houston, Texas) High School team was defeated in its season opener, 56-19, by North Shore on Thursday night.

The Tigers’ newest commit, long snapper Adam Bay, competed in the Brothers in Arms Classic in California on Friday night but fell in the season opener, 14-10, against Norco


Daniel Parker, a junior defensive end and right tackle, and his Blue Springs (Mo.) High School teammates improved to 2-0 with a tough 21-20 victory over visiting Lee’s Summit West on Friday night. 


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