Husky Commit Recaps: Week #11

A few more Husky commits ended their senior seasons this past week, but Kasen Williams wasn't one of them. takes a look at all of Washington's 19 commitments for the 2011 class and updates their season totals...

Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) WR Kasen Williams Williams finished the night hauling in eight receptions for 181 yards and three touchdowns in Skyline's 34-7 win over Rogers last week. The talented senior wideout had touchdown receptions of 48 and 25 yards and also ran one in from three yards out.

Season totals: 64 receptions, 1,160 yards, 18 TD; 27 tackles, 2 INT; 1 TD on a punt return; 1 TD rushing

Next Game: Saturday (11/19) vs. Issaquah

Poly (Long Beach, Ca.) CB Kameron Jackson The Jackrabbits ran their record to 8-2 with an easy 47-6 win over Compton. Jackson was solid in the win, notching five tackles and two passes defensed.

Season totals: 45 tackles, 23 passes defensed, 5 INT

Next Game: Friday (11/19) vs. Mater Dei

Poly (Long Beach, Ca.) LB Corey Waller Waiting on stats.

Season totals: Waiting on stats.

Next Game: Friday (11/19) vs. Mater Dei

Juanita (Kirkland, Wa.) DE/TE Jarett Finau The Rebels lost a tough one on the road, falling 20-13 to 2nd-ranked Camas last weekend, ending their season. Finau hauled in one reception for 18 yards and totaled five tackles and two tackles-for-loss in the losing effort.

Season Totals: 48 tackles, 8 tackles-for-loss, 6.5 sacks; 11 rec., 215 yards, 4 TD; 1 blocked punt

Next Game: Season is over

Walnut (Ca.) DE/TE Aubrey Coleman Walnut clinched a berth in the playoffs with a 35-7 win over Los Altos and Coleman figured prominently in the scoring, posting two touchdown receptions – from 6 and 8 yards out – while hauling in three receptions for 32 yards and posted 10 tackles on defense.

Season Totals: 64 tackles, 3 sacks, 1 forced fumble; 64 catches, 864 yards, 6 TD; 41 carries, 192 yards, 2 TD.

Next Game: Friday (11/19) at Los Altos

Dorsey (Los Angeles) LB Matthew Lyons The Dons got blown out by Crenshaw at home last week, falling 53-12, dropping their record to 9-1. Lyons did what he could to help out his team, posting six tackles, but it was all for not.

Season Totals: 83 tackles, 3 forced fumbles, 3 sacks, 4 INT

Next Game: Friday (11/19) at Gardena

Dorsey (Los Angeles) QB Joseph Gray While he's been outstanding most of the season, Gray struggled to get going versus Crenshaw last week in Dorsey's 53-12 loss. The signal-caller went just 11 of 32 for 149 yards and didn't throw a touchdown for the first time all season, but did throw one interception.

Season totals: 143 of 245 (58.4 %), 2,583 yards, 28 TD and 5 INT; 45 carries for 187 yards and 2 TD

Next Game: Friday (11/19) at Gardena

Pacifica (Garden Grove, Ca.) CB Joel Willis The Mariners fell to Cypress by a score of 10-9, but still have a 7-3 record. Willis continued to be a two-way threat in the loss, rushing five times for 70 yards and hauling in three receptions for 60 yards on offense while posting seven tackles from his corner position on defense.

Season totals: 84 tackles, 3 forced fumbles; 35 rec., 800 yards, 5 TD; 345 yards rushing, 3 TD; 1 punt return for a 75-yard TD; 1 kick return for a 77-yard TD.

Next Game: Thursday (11/19) at Villa Park

Archbishop Murphy (Everett, Wa.) DE Taniela Tupou The Wildcats had their second-toughest game of the year, but still managed to beat West (Chehalis, Wa.) High School 28-14 and kept their perfect 11-0 record intact. Tupou again put up solid numbers, notching seven tackles and three tackles-for-loss.

Season Totals: 63 tackles, 19 tackles-for-loss, 13 sacks

Next Game: Saturday (11/20) vs. Interlake

Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) DE/TE Connor Cree In Skyline's 34-7 win over Rogers, Cree injured his hamstring early so no stats are available from the game. He is hoping to be back in two weeks if the Spartans make it to the state semi-finals.

Season totals: 65 tackles, 4 sacks, 7 QB pressures, 9 tackle-for-loss, 3 forced fumbles; 2 rec., 33 yards, 1 TD

Next Game: Saturday (11/19) vs. Issaquah

Oak Grove (San Jose, Ca.) LB Scott Lawyer The Eagles are now 8-2 after a 49-9 win over Leigh. Lawyer was huge on defense, posting 12 tackles and one sack in the victory.

Season Totals: 71 tackles, 8.5 sacks, 13 QB hurries; 11 rec., 157 yards, 1 TD

Next Game: Friday (11/19) vs. Bellarmine (San Jose, Ca.)

Gahr (Cerritos, Ca.) WR Josh Perkins Gahr finished their season off with a 41-27 win over Paramount last week to finish with a 5-5 record. Perkins played a big part in the win, hauling in nine receptions for 122 yards and one touchdown.

Season totals: 70 rec., 1,072 yards, 11 TD

Next Game: Season is over.

Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) S Evan Zeger The Gaels got a 56-0 win over Shadow Ridge last week without the help of Zeger who missed the game with a hamstring injury. The talented defender assured Dawgman that he should be good to go this Friday night when they take on Arbor View.

Season totals: 12 rec., 488 yards, 7 TD; 40 tackles, 1 forced fumble, 6 interceptions (2 returned for touchdowns); 3 punt returns for 26 yards; 5 kickoff returns for 179 yards, 1 TD

Next Game: Friday (11/19) at Arbor View

Paramount (Ca.) OL/DL Maataua Brown The Pirates lost their bid to make the playoffs when they fell to Gahr 41-27. Brown again was a force on both sides of the ball helping to pave the way for a Parramount rushing attack that totaled 180 yards on the ground while posting seven tackles and a sack on defense.

Season Totals: 43 tackles, 8 sacks and 4 QB hurries; 1 reception for 5 yards and 1 TD

Next Game: Season is over.

Jordan (Long Beach, Ca.) OL Siosifa Tufunga Jordan got a big 20-14 win over Cabrillo to get themselves into the playoffs. No stats were available for the game.

Next Game: Friday (11/19) at Servite

Gig Harbor (Wa.) TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins Season is over.

Season Totals: 51 rec., 759 yards, 6 TD; 12 tackles, two passes defensed, including one that resulted in an interception, and 5 sacks.

Stanwood (Wa.) OL Dexter Charles Season is over.

Graham-Kapowsin (Graham, Wa.) WR Jamaal Jones Season is over.

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