JCFootball.com - Top DB Performances

(10/3/2012) A look at some of the top defensive back performances over the past week and which players are standing out for their teams so far this season. This is by no means all-inclusive, but just a snapshot of some of the top players at the position so far this year...

Mesa CB Damarious Randall - The talented freshman was named the WSFL Defensive Player of the Week after posting six tackles (five solo), three interceptions, two passes defensed and also returned a punt 53 yards for a score in Mesa's 43-0 win over Pima. So far this season, Randall has posted 26 tackles and leads his team, as well as the nation, with six interceptions.

Orange Coast CB Dylan Afusia - Afusia has had a solid freshman campaign thus far for OCC, posting 19 tackles and six passes defensed as well as two interceptions. Last week, in his team's 49-31 loss to Grossmont, Afusia posted two tackles and two interceptions.

Bakersfield S Chris Hannible - Hannible, a freshman, had a huge game in the Renegades' 45-7 win over College of the Canyons last week posting 9 tackles (5 solo), an interception that he returned 94 yards for a score, he forced a fumle and he also recovered a fumble and earned Northern Conference Defensive Player of the Week honors. For the season, Hannible has 23 tackles and one interception as well as one pass defensed.

Ventura CB Drek Reid - Reid was a turnover causing machine last week in Ventura's 41-9 win over Moorpark hauling in three interceptions while also posting six tackles and three passes defensed. For the season, the talented sophomore has posted 22 tackles, four interceptions and eight passes defensed.

Cerritos CB Domonique McGee - McGee locked down his side of the field last week in Cerritos' 65-14 win over Pasadena, racking up nine tackles (five solo), three tackles-for-loss and two passes defensed.

L.A. Harbor S Esston Al-Uqdah - Al-Uqdah was outstanding in the Seahawks' 17-6 win over El Camino, posting two interceptions and two tackles, earning Central Conference Defensive Player of the Week honors. So far this season, the sophomore has posted 21 tackles, one forced fumble and three interceptions as well as four passes defensed.

San Bernadino Valley S Wayne Soliai - The talented sophomore was big in many ways for his team's 49-34 win over Victor Valley last week picking off two passes, returning a fumble 50 yards for a touchdown and totaling 10 tackles as well. The performance earned him the Mountain Conference Defensive Player of the Week honors. So far this season, in five games, Soliai has posted 25 tackles and three interceptions.

San Diego Mesa S Jordan Porto - Porto is currently tied for the lead in the state with five interceptions to go along with 16 tackles on the season.

Fresno S Trevor Baker - Baker is having a solid sophomore campaign for the Rams, posting 10 tackles and leading the team with three interceptions while playing in four of his team's five games.

Butte S Robbie Kendall - As expected, Kendall has been the one of the leaders of the Roadrunners' defense this season, leading the team with 36 tackles while also posting two sacks and an interception. Last week in Butte's thrilling 45-38 win over Modesto, Kendall posted nine tackles from his safety position.

City College of San Francisco S Broughan Jantz - Jantz has been solid from his safety spot for the Rams this season racking up 22 tackles as well as a team-leading three interceptions as well.

College of San Mateo S Matt Vinal - Vinal, a freshman, ranks second on CSM's defense in tackles with 37 and is tied for the team lead with two interceptions with two other players.

San Joaquin Delta S Kenneth Hanes - Hanes has been outstanding for the Mustangs in their 4-1 start ranking second on the team with 29 tackles while also hauling in one interception. In last week's thrilling 29-28 win over over previously unbeaten College of San Mateo, Hanes posted a team-leading nine tackles from his safety spot.

College of the Sequoias CB Steve Nelson - Nelson, a Georgia commit, leads the Giants with three picks while posting 12 tackles and six passes defensed.

Hartnell CB Carroll Washington - Washington, who committed to Arkansas in the summer, has been a lockdown corner for Hartnell this season, posting 19 tackles and five passes defensed.

Monterey Penninsula CB Andre Cornell - Cornell has been a ballhawk so far this season for the Wolfpack posting 19 tackles and a team-leading three interceptions while playing in four games.

Contra Costa CB Dominique Harrison - Harrison has had a solid freshman season so far totaling 11 tackles and three interceptions to go along with eight passes defensed.

Hutchinson CB Christian Goodlett - Goodlett was outstanding in the Blue Dragons' 49-12 win over Highland last week posting seven tackles and an interceptions. So far this season the talented freshman has racked up 26 tackles and the one pick while helping to lead his team to a 4-1 record.

Georgia Military CB Tiquention Coleman - Coleman hasn't been thrown at much this season, but he's been a lockdown corner for GMC this season, posting 24 tackles, three interceptions, two passes defensed and one forced fumble.

Holmes CB Kris Givens - The talented freshman ranks second in the nation with five interceptions while also posting 15 tackles for the Bulldogs.

Highland CB La'Trayon Fagins - Fagins has been outstanding for the Scotties so far this season, posting 33 tackles, one sack and a team-leading eight passes defensed.

Kilgore CB James Jones - Jones leads the Rangers with three interceptions while also posting 23 tackles, two forced fumbles and two passes defensed.

Cisco CB Ricky Pratt - Pratt leads Cisco in picks with three interceptions and has posted 17 tackles.

Pearl River S Emmanuel Ray - Ray, a freshman, has posted 29 tackles from his safety spot this year. He's got the size/speed combination that schools are looking for in safeties that can play in the box.

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