Top Performers - Defensive Backs

Here's a quick look at some of the top JUCO defensive back performances from last weekend including Pasadena S Dashon Wade who forced a fumble at his team's one yard line to preserve their first win of the season...

Pasadena S Dashon Wade - Wade had 17 tackles (11 solo) as well as the game-saving forced fumble and recovery late in the game in Pasadena's 19-17 win over Allan Hancock. This season, Wade has posted 46 tackles (28 solo), three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries an interception and four passes defensed.


Allan Hancock S Darryl Smith - Smith had 10 tackles (four solo), a forced fumble and an interception in the Bulldogs' 19-17 loss to Pasadena. In seven games this season, the sophomore has posted 45 tackles (26 solo), two tackles-for-loss, three forced fumbles and an interception.


Cabrillo S Rob Alter - Alter had 16 tackles in Cabrillo's 33-21 loss to Hartnell last weekend. This season, the freshman has racked up 49 tackles (26 solo) and three passes defensed.


Ventura S Ronny Camacho - The sophomore had nine tackles, a sack and 2.5 tackles-for-loss in Ventura's 56-27 loss to Cerritos last weekend.


Los Angeles Harbor CB Tyler Singleton - Singleton had an interception and four tackles, but Harbor still lost to Long Beach by a score of 35-28.


College of the Redwoods CB Yuuya Kato - Kato totaled nine tackles (five solo), one tackle-for-loss and an interception he returned 19 yards in Corsairs' 47-42 loss to Yuba.


Butte CB Deonte Flemings - The sophomore corner had 11 tackles (nine solo) and three passes defensed in the Roadrunners' 52-21 win over DeAnza last weekend. Flemings ranks second on the team with 40 tackles and also has a team-leading three interceptions.


Butte S De'Aundray Gooden - Gooden was solid for Butte in their 52-21 win over DeAnza on Saturday finishing with 11 tackles (seven solo) and a tackle-for-loss.


City College of San Francisco S Shalom Luani - The freshman finished with three tackles and two interceptions, but CCSF still lost to College of San Mateo 30-25. This season, Luani has five interceptions and has posted 36 tackles as well.


Los Medanos S Jeremy Bittle - The freshman had 13 tackles (five solo), a tackle-for-loss and a blocked field goal as Los Medanos got a 40-37 win over Mendocino last weekend.


Victor Valley CB Maleak Williams - The converted wideout had four tackles (three solo) and an interception he returned 96 yards for a touchdown in Victor Valley's easy 48-7 win over San Diego Mesa.


Merced CB Isaac Diaz - Diaz racked up five tackles (four solo) to go along with an interception he returned 65 yards for a touchdown in Merced's 43-28 win over Reedley last weekend.


Bakersfield CB Cody Jones - Jones had eight tackles (five solo) and two interceptions last weekend in Bakersfield's 37-14 win over Moorpark.


Citrus CB Charles Flowers - Flowers finished with a game-high 11 tackles (five solo) in the Owls' 51-50 loss to Riverside last weekend.


Saddleback S Doug Ruggles - Ruggles totaled 10 tackles, a tackle-for-loss and a pass break up in Saddleback's 55-48 loss to Orange Coast last weekend. The sophomore has totaled 43 tackles and three interceptions so far this season.


Butler S Brandon Dozier - The sophomore finished with nine tackles (seven solo), a tackle-for-loss and one pass break up on Butler's 19-16 overtime win over Hutchinson last weekend.


Mississippi Delta S Devonta' Allen - The sophomore safety had 11 tackles in Delta's 30-9 loss to Northeast Mississippi. So far this season, Allen has posted 51 tackles, two sacks and two forced fumbles.


Northwest Mississippi S Brandon Mack - Mack, a converted wideout, had two interceptions and four tackles (three solo) in the Rangers' 52-6 loss to Jones last weekend.


Northwest Mississippi S Terrell White - White had a team-high 10 tackles (eight solo) in the Rangers' 52-6 loss to Jones. In nine games, the sophomore has racked up 76 tackles and an interception.


Northeast Mississippi S Miguel Graham - Graham posted six tackles (five solo) and an interception he returned 95 yards for a touchdown in NEMCC's 30-9 win over Mississippi Delta last weekend.


Garden City S Sam Green - The freshman had 10 tackles (nine solo) in the Broncbusters' 37-34 overtime loss to Coffeyville. This season, Green has chipped in with 37 tackles (28 solo), a tackle-for-loss, a forced fumble, four fumble recoveries, three interceptions and six passes deefensed.


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