Here's an Updated weekly wrapup of how our Football commits are playing.
1. LB/RB Mike Dinard: [Padua Franciscan Bruins, Parma, OH]
The Bruins played Trinity High School Saturday afternoon and won 44-0. Mike also had a pretty decent game. With the game well in hand, Dinard got to play both ways.[If you're an NU Prospect with an offer and you want to make this report - commit! - Then Call Chris Pool and let us know. You'll be in here next week]
On Defense: 6 Tackles including 1 for loss and an Interception with a 17 yard runback
On Offense: 10 Carries for 79 yards [7.9 ypc] and 2 TDs. For the year he's 604 yards on 101 Carries and 9 Touchdowns.
Updating his other stats: He hasn't been timed officially, but one estimate is 4.6 in the :40. According to sources, he has one speed on the track and another on the field - he seems to run by people very easily.
Next up for Padua, Notre Dame Cathedral Latin - a big power in the Cleveland area.
2. QB Eric Peterman: [Sacred Heart Griffin Cyclones, Springfield, IL
Peterman's Cyclones rolled to a 55-15 win over Chatham Glenwood Friday Night.
It was all defense until the 3rd quarter when SH-G QB Peterman, and receiver Tony Nevins went on a 34 point tear. Peterman scored twice on 7 and 16 yard runs. Nevins had scoring receptions of 33 and 65 yards in the outburst.
Peterman finished with 145 yards rushing, and was 6 of 10 for 150 yards. He had 3 rushing TDs and two TD passes.
3. RB/DB Tyrell Sutton: [Archbishop Hoban Knights - Akron OH]
8 Touchdowns, 505 yards in a 61-28 win Friday over Youngstown Ursuline.
Sutton scored on runs of 33, 68, 7, 1, 47, 29, 8 and 38 yards, his eight scores was one short of the Ohio HS record, the 505 yards rank 3rd all time in Ohio.
What might be even more amazing is that the Hoban Knights actually trailed 21-0, but came back to lead at the half 26-21. The Hoban Knights are now 6-1.
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