Tacoma News Tribune

UW Commit Stats - Week 2

Several of Washington's 2016 commits had big games last week including Sumner (Wa.) ATH Connor Wedington who appears to have picked up right where he left off after a solid offseason...


Last Week: Wedington was "the man" last Friday in Sumner's 41-14 win over Bonney Lake as he accounted for 277 yards of offense -- 142 rushing, 106 receiving and 28 on returns -- as well as three touchdowns.


Last Week: Jones had four receptions for 140 yards and two scores as Provo got a 34-14 win over Judge Memorial.

Season Totals: 21 receptions, 531 yards, 6 TDs


Last Week: Tuipulotu totaled six tackles and two tackles-for-loss, but Independence still lost to their cross-town rival 36-24.


Last Week: McKinney finished with six tackles and one interception in his team's 23-3 win over Crespi.

Season Totals: 20 tackles, 1 interception


Last Week: Ngata was limited by an ankle injury he suffered in his team's week one win, but he still managed to post two tackles in a handful of reps in Folsom's 42-28 win over Jesuit.


Last Week: In the battle of champions, Bryant finished with 18 receptions for 172 yards as Eastside Catholic downed Gonzaga Prep by a score of 21-7.


Last Week: Sheldon got to 2-0 with a 50-7 win over Casa Roble last week and Cook was a big reason why, finishing with 69 yards and a touchdown on three carries while also hauling in three receptions for 119 yards and two more scores. Cook also totaled one tackle and a forced fumble in the win.

Season Totals: 7 carries, 94 yards, 1 TD; 5 receptions, 119 yards, 2 TDs; 8 tackles, 1 FF


Last Week: Bosco got to 2-0 with a 34-0 win over La Mirada and Bynum finished with four receptions for 52 yards including one reception that went for a 20-yard touchdown.

Season Totals: 8 receptions, 100 yards, 1 TD


Last Week: Tumwater got a big 77-42 win over Franklin Pierce and Otton was a big contributor on both sides of the ball as he hauled in three receptions for 77 yards and two scores while racking up 12 tackles on defense. 


Last Week: Taylor missed Servite's 14-10 loss to Bishop Amat due to being ejected from their first game. He will return this week when they take on De La Salle.


Last Week: Haener and his teammates had a bye. 


Update: Redshirting this season at Santa Barbara.

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