Top Performers - Defensive Backs

In some cases, we are already three weeks into the season and several defensive backs had big plays last weekend that helped their teams get a win. Today, JCFootball.com takes a look at several who had big games was well as who is standing out so far this season...

Coffeyville CB Jamarcus Howard - Howard had a huge game for the Red Ravens as they stunned Northeastern Oklahoma A&M 37-19 last week. The sophomore corner totaled 10 tackles (eight solo) to go along with a forced fumble that he recovered and took back 35 yards for a touchdown and an interception he took back 59 yards for a score. Howard leads Coffeyville with 26 tackles and is tied for the team lead with two interceptions and two passes defensed in three games so far this season.


Scottsdale S Patrick Glover - Glover, an Arizona commit, posted seven tackles (six solo) and had a 96-yard interception return for a touchdown as the 'Chokes blew out Snow 40-19.


Louisburg CB Darshaun Ford - The freshman corner had two interceptions and three tackles in Louisburg's 43-18 win over Fork Union. He took back one of the interceptions 70 yards for a score in the blowout win.


Fort Scott S Terry McMillon - The Greyhounds fell to 0-2 with a 52-14 loss to Butler, but McMillon still had his moments totaling two tackles and an interception that he took back 65 yards for a touchdown in defeat. McMillon is off to a good start this season as he's racked up 10 tackles, one tackle-for-loss and an interception so far.


Tyler S Savion Brown - Brown had 10 solo tackles for the Apaches last weekend in their 56-24 win over Kilgore. In two games, both wins for Tyler, the freshman safety prospect has 15 tackles and a pass break up as well.


Hutchinson CB Shattle Fenteng - The Georgia commit had a big game for the Blue Dragons last week, totaling four tackles and two interceptions, one of which he returned 41-yards for a touchdown as Hutchinson downed Garden City 34-24.


Moorpark S Jonathan Weeks - Weeks was named the Northern Conference Defensive Player of the Week after posting 12 tackles and three passes defensed in a 27-21 win over Orange Coast.


Mt. San Antonio S Elisha Henley - Henley accounted for 14 tackles (six solo) in the Mounties' 44-20 loss to Saddleback.


Saddleback CB Laq Middleton - Middleton totaled two tackles and three interceptions in Saddleback's 44-20 win over Mt. San Antonio and he was named the Southern Conference Defensive Player of the Week.


Grossmont CB Kweishi Brown - The Arkansas-bound corner intercepted two passes and recorded four tackles in the Griffins' 65-14 romp over College of the Desert.


Fullerton CB Darius Lewis - Lewis came up big for the Hornets with 5 tackles (4 solo) and an interception he took back 54 yards, setting up a score in Fullerton's 41-21 win over Long Beach.


Palomar S Stephen Parks - Parks had a huge game for the Comets, posting 12 tackles (10 solo), one tackle for loss, one interception and two passes defensed 31-14 win over El Camino.


East Los Angeles S Anthony Smith - Smith totaled nine tackles (six solo) and 1 pass breakup in East L.A.'s 59-34 home loss to L.A. Valley last weekend.


San Bernadino Valley CB Sergio Granados - Granados led the team in total tackles with nine (six solo) as well as a tackle-for-loss in a 40-27 victory at Antelope Valley.


Bakersfield S Chris Hannible - Hannible looked outstanding in Bakersfield's 24-9 win over Santa Ana last weekend as he posted 15 tackles (six solo) and an interception for the Gades.


College of San Mateo S Sam Atoe - Atoe had a solid afternoon for the Bulldogs, posting seven tackles (six solo) from his safety spot.


Sierra S Mike Saulter - Even though Sierra lost to Sacramento 37-31, Saulter still had a great game posting 10 tackles (six solo) in defeat.

Sacramento S Darius Wilkerson - In Sac City's 37-31 win over Sierra, Wilkerson had a great game, notching 11 tackles and a tackle-for-loss.


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