Weekend Recruit Scoreboard

Inside Carolina tracks the performances of UNC's football recruits each weekend.


Alex Dixon: left the game in the fourth quarter with "what appeared to be a left knee injury." -- St. Petersburg Times

Frank Clark: recorded a safety. -- Cleveland Plain Dealer

Phillip Dukes: returned a fumble 33 yards for a touchdown. -- The Item

Eric Ebron: had a 25-yard touchdown reception. -- News & Record

Everett Golson: completed 18-of-22 passes for 302 yards and four touchdowns (24, 17, 6, and 44 yards). He also rushed once for a 22-yard touchdown.

"We had a lot of things we wanted to achieve tonight; don't get complacent," Golson told the Sun News. "Sometimes, from the past, we knew if we worked hard, we were going to score (a lot).

"In order to be a great team, we have to cut out on the small penalties. That's what it was. Unfortunately, we had a lot of touchdowns called back."
-- The Sun News

Doran Grant: caught a touchdown pass. -- Akron Beacon Journal

Travis Hughes: rushed for 45 yards on 13 carries. -- The Virginia Pilot

Kameron Jackson: was held without a catch. -- The Daily Sentinel

Keith Marshall: rushed for 223 yards and three touchdowns on 23 carries.

"He has the whole package," Clarence Inscore told the News & Observer of Marshall. "He has great moves, and he sees things really well. He just has that extra gear that a lot of kids don't have."
 -- News & Observer

Romar Morris: rushed six times for 166 yards and an 80-yard touchdown, caught two passes for two touchdowns (48 and 83 yards) and a combined 131 yards.

"I felt real pumped up to get on the field," Morris told the Salisbury Post. "I know every time I come out here it could be my last moment. You never know what's gonna happen. So I just try to make the most of it and go as hard as I can."

"I get up every morning and I'm thankful [Morris is] on our side and we don't have to chase him around," Salisbury coach Joe Pinyan told the Salisbury Post. "I'd hate to think about having to run that young'un down."
-- Salisbury Post

Demetrious Nicholson: caught four passes for 76 yards. -- The Virginia Pilot

Drew Owens: had a "one-handed" touchdown reception. -- Charlotte Observer

Christian Russell: rushed for 133 yards on 24 carries, but only 13 of those yards came in the second half.

"We knew [Russell] was going to be a tough guy to bring down," opposing defensive end Eric MacLain told the Fayetteville Observer. "In the first half we didn't wrap up [and ] we really didn't perform to our ability. In the second half, we figured out what they were doing." -- Fayetteville Observer

T.J. Thorpe: caught three passes for 26 yards and one rush for minus-3 yards. He missed most of the fourth quarter when he injured his ankle jumping for a ball in the end zone. -- The Herald Sun The Cary News

Marquise Williams: threw for 341 yards and 7 touchdowns on 18-of-28 passing.

"We wanted to keep playing hard, and let people know what we can do" Williams told the Charlotte Observer. "We're a team with a lot of weapons and we've been working hard to get better. I'll have a lot of people I can throw the bal to this season."
 -- Charlotte Observer

Jamal Womble: rushed 22 times for 171 yards and two touchdowns (9 and 13 yards). -- The Hutchinson News


  • Pageland (S.C.) Central 20, Wadesboro (N.C.) Anson County (Stephone Anthony & Brandon Ellerbe) 7
  • Wake Forest (N.C.) Wake Forest-Rolesville (Tommy Branch) 38, Wendell (N.C.) East Wake 9
  • Fayetteville (N.C.) Britt (Devonte Brown) 27, Raeford (N.C.) Hoke County (Christian Russell) 6
  • Charlotte (N.C.) Ardrey (Nick Davidson & Drew Owens) 31, Huntersville (N.C.) North Mecklenburg 14
  • Preseason Classic: Clearwater (Fla.) Countryside (Alex Dixon) 7, Tampa (Fla.) Jesuit 7
  • Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville (Frank Clark) 28, Indianapolis (Ind.) Warren Central (Kiaro Holts) 21
  • Manning (S.C.) (Phillip Dukes) 34, Summerton (S.C.) Scott's Branch 14
  • Greensboro (N.C.) Smith (Eric Ebron) 54, Roanoke (Va.) North Cross 0
  • Myrtle Beach (S.C.) (Everett Golson) 63, Myrtle Beach (S.C.) Carolina Forest 6
  • Columbus (Ohio) Bishop Watterson 20, Akron (Ohio) St. Vincent-St. Mary (Doran Grant) 7
  • Virginia Beach (Va.) Salem 25, Virginia Beach (Va.) Kempsville (Travis Hughes) 7
  • Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creek (D.J. Humphires & Marquise Williams) 61, Charlotte (N.C.) Harding 0
  • Stevenson (Ala.) North Jackson 42, Madison (Ala.) Academy (Kameron Jackson) 7
  • Pikeville (N.C.) Aycock (Jarrod James) 39, Goldsboro (N.C.) Rosewood 10
  • Jacksonville (Fla.) Raines (Chris Jones) 34, Jacksonville (Fla.) Wolfson 13
  • Washington (D.C.) Ballou (Jamar Lewter) 38, Washington (D.C.) Roosevelt 0
  • Raleigh (N.C.) Millbrook (Keith Marshall) 31, Knightdale (N.C.) 0
  • Baltimore (Md.) Calvert Hall 24, Washington (D.C.) St. John's (Kevin McReynolds) 7
  • Salisbury (N.C.) (Romar Morris & Darien Rankin) 36, Salisbury (N.C.) East Rowan 3
  • Virginia Beach (Va.) Bayside (Demetrious Nicholson) 21, Virginia Beach (Va.) Green Run 10
  • Clover (S.C.) 26, Gastonia (N.C.) Ashbrook (Norkeithus Otis) 12
  • Morrisville (N.C.) Panther Creek 30, Durham (N.C.) Jordan (T.J. Thorpe) 14
  • Fuquay-Varina (N.C.) (Shawn Underwood) 28, Clayton (N.C.) 7
  • Hutchinson (Kan.) CC (Jamal Womble) 41, Kilgore (Texas) College 10

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