Dutch Fork Dumps Blythewood

South Carolina houses some of the top high school football talent in the nation and the midlands has more than its fair share. Friday night, Dutch Fork took a 56-12 win over Blythewood at a Breast Cancer Awareness ‘Pink Out’ night for the Silver Foxes. Check out some of the top prospects from the match-up.

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-Matt Colburn, no. 31: A Mr. Football finalist and Shrine Bowl selection, Colburn committed to Louisville back in June. His junior year, he helped lead Dutch Fork to the 2013 AAAA Division I State Championship and had 2,488 rushing yards, setting a school record, 40 touchdowns, 418 receiving yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns. The running back had other offers from Charleston Southern, Coastal Carolina, Furman, Georgia Southern, James Madison, Marshall, Mercer, UAB and Old Dominion.
-Lane Ecton, no. 7: A class of 2015 safety, Ecton recorded 132 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, 6 sacks, 3 forced fumbles, 3 fumble recoveries, and 6 pass break ups last season. Ecton is committed to Georgia Southern and had offers from Coastal Carolina, Elon and Charleston Southern.
-Stephen Davis Jr., no. 2: This class of 2016 OLB stands as a four-star and highly-touted prospect in South Carolina. Davis, Jr. committed to Auburn in August and had offers from South Carolina, Clemson, Florida, and Vanderbilt.

Check out these highlights from Friday, October 17 between Dutch Fork and Blythewood.

-Hassan Belton, no.5 : This class of 2015 MLB totaled out 144 tackles, 7 sacks, 14 tackles for loss, 13 hurries and 4 forced fumbles in his junior season. Belton also hold the school record for most tackles in a single game, with 24, and most tackles in a season (144). The three-star has not committed just yet but has offers from Appalachian State, Charleston Southern, Coastal Carolina, Elon, Furman, Gardner-Webb, Georgia State, James Madison, Mercer, South Carolina State, Towson and Wofford.
-Leomont Evans Jr., no. 4: Evans is a senior at Blythewood, and the cornerback notched 71 tackles, 4 TFL, 5 pass break-ups, 2 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles, and 3 fumble recoveries last year. He is the son of former Clemson and Washington Redskins safety Leomont Evans. He’s received interest from Auburn, Clemson, Furman, Georgia, Middle Tennessee, and Wofford.
-Dominique Lemon, no. 3: This cornerback made 64 tackles, 4 tackles for loss, 12 pass break-ups , 1 QB hurry and 2 interceptions in his junior season. Lemon has offers from Charleston Southern, Coastal Carolina, Furman, James Madison, Mercer, Tennessee State and Towson. However, this prospect has received national attention from schools like South Carolina, Mississippi State and Penn State.
-David Israel, no. 2: This class of 2016 quarterback is an extremely versatile athlete who threw for 150-of-215 for 1,986 yard passing and 21 touchdowns his sophomore year. Israel has received attention from schools like Purdue, Louisville, and Nebraska.
-Khris Pam, no. 13: Another member of the class of 16’, this cornerback has been getting the attention of schools like Clemson, Tennessee, and Duke.

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