Texas Tech Commits Shine

A recap of how Texas Tech commits and their respective high school teams performed last week.

Madison Akamnonu, OL, Arlington Bowie
The Arlington Bowie offense had a rough second half. It was held to seven points ultimately leading to a 46-30 defeat at the hands of Cedar Hill.

Corey Dauphine, RB, Port Arthur Memorial
Dauphine racked up 72 yards on 20 carries for an average of 3.6 yards per carry in a victory over Beaumont Central. The four-star running back has 177 yards on 35 carries in 2014.

Conner Dyer, OL, Mesquite Horn
Mesquite Horn’s offense scored in each quarter in a 27-22 victory. While the offense did well, it did place itself in a tough position. Horn threw two interceptions including one in the fourth quarter which was returned for a touchdown.

Trace Ellison, OL, Frisco Centennial
Frisco Centennial’s offense scored 35 points. It was not enough as the Titans fell to Lake Dallas 56-35.

Breiden Fehoko, DL, Farrington (HI)
The Governors are now 4-0 after defeating Aiea 52-0. This is the second shutout Farrington has achieved this season.

Jonathan Giles, QB, Fort Bend Elkins *committed as a wide receiver
Giles was featured as the top story in the Houston Chronicle’s high school section this week. He led Elkins to a comeback victory with two touchdowns in the fourth quarter. The Knights won 21-13 over Houston Lamar. Giles completed 14 of 23 passes for 135 yards. He also rushed for 123 yards and two touchdowns.

D’Vonta Hinton, OLB, Texas City
The Stingaree defense was stellar against La Marque. The Texas City defense managed to score twice. The first score came on a safety. The second all but clinched the victory as the Stingarees scored on a 60-yard fumble recovery.

Jarrett Stidham, QB, Stephenville
The five-star prospect was near-perfect in a 49-6 victory over Gatesville. He completed 20 of 24 passes racking up 377. Five of his throws were touchdown passes. He also scored a 3-yard rushing touchdown.

2016 commit: Collin Wilder, S, Katy
The junior safety intercepted a pass in Katy’s 55-0 victory over Fort Bend Travis. The Tigers have outscored two opponents 86-0 in 2014.

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