Blacksburg High School
Hames (senior) had another monster performance on Friday night after posting 7 touchdowns two weeks ago. Against Liberty Hames rushed 41 times for 437 yards and 4 touchdowns. Blacksburg won the game 41-27. Regional schools will be taking a closer look at Hames as he's reeled off some huge numbers to start his senior season.
Quarterback 5-10 170 pounds
Gaffney High School
Burris (senior) guided Gaffney to a 26-16 victory over Byrnes. Burris was 24-37 for 215 yards and 3 touchdowns. He also showed his mobility in rushing for 65 yards on 25 carries for another touchdown. An electric athlete, Burris should be getting more attention in the near future as we project him to be a wide receiver on the next level.
Wide Receiver 6-3 180 pounds
Gaffney High School
Davis (junior) continues to sizzle as one of the state's top junior prospects. He helped the Indians defeat Byrnes 26-16 with 9 catches for 106 yards and 2 touchdowns on the night. Expect the offers to start rolling in for Davis soon.
Woodruff High School
Perkins (junior) takes over for a powerful Woodruff offense and on Friday night he helped guide the Wolverines in a 64-40 shootout over Chapman. Perkins guided coach Brian Lane's offense going 19-29 for 321 yards and 4 touchdowns.
Running Back 5-8 160 pounds
Woodruff High School
Tribble (junior) powered Woodruff on the ground with a 31 carries for 218 yards and 3 touchdowns in the 64-40 win over Chapman on Friday. It marks the second week in a row that Tribble has eclipsed the 200 yard mark on the ground for the Wolverines.
Quarterback 5-11 165 pounds
Christ Church Episcopal School
Townes (junior) had a career night on Friday as Christ Church defeated Eastside 55-14. Exact stats were unavailable but Townes had 6 passing touchdowns and rushed for another in the victory over the Eagles.
Running Back 5-10 195 pounds
Wade Hampton High School
Hayes (junior) continues to be the force behind the Generals rushing attack. On Friday night he helped the Generals shutout Seneca 43-0. The Generals defense in fact has not allowed any points in 10 quarters of action. Hayes contributed in a huge way with 206 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns on the night. Schools have been taking a hard look at Hayes but he has yet to land his first scholarship offer, expect that to change soon as he's one of the top junior prospects in the southeast region.
Running Back 6-1 175 pounds
Irmo High School
Scott (junior) continues to pound defenses each week and he did it big once again in a 45-28 victory over rivals Lexington. The efficient back carried 30 times for 295 yards and 3 touchdowns. Scott, who is starting to hear from nearby South Carolina, is already at 980 yards rushing on the season through 4 games. His goal of 2,000 rushing yards looks well in reach if he continues on his torrid pace.
Quarterback 6-4 197 pounds
Northwestern High School
Worley (senior) was at it again on Friday night leading Northwestern to a 36-24 victory over Blythewood. The Tennessee commit was 29-38 for 365 yards and 5 touchdowns. Worley's numbers continue to pile up in a big way as he's become one of the most prolific passers the Palmetto State has ever seen as he has posted the #1(392 in 2009) and #2 (309 in 2008) rank for most passes completed during a season already in his career.
Wide Receiver 6-1 170 pounds
Blythewood High School
Hall (junior) gave a valiant effort in the 36-24 loss to Northwestern. The junior standout had 7 catches for 124 yards and 2 touchdowns on the night. Hall is one of number of top wide receiver prospects in the junior class here in the Palmetto State.
Running Back 5-8 190 pounds
Summerville High School
Henderson (senior) lands on the list for the 4th straight week as he helped Summerville to a 28-21 victory over Fort Dorchester. Henderson carried the ball 17 times for 188 yards and a touchdown in the hard fought victory. Through 4 games Henderson has 895 yards and 12 touchdowns on the season.
Quarterback 6-0 180 pounds
Bamberg-Ehrhardt High School
Sandifer (senior) had a career night passing for 387 yards and 3 touchdowns in leading Bamberg-Erhardt to a come from behind 35-33 victory over Ridgeland on Friday night.