We’ve rounded up some commitment stats and notes. As generally is the case with high school statistics, consider them unofficial since they were gathered from various local sources.
QB Quinten Dormady: Dormady completed 10 of 20 passes, but was very efficient in the ones he did connect on, piling up 282 yards, 4 TDs and 1 INT in Boerne’s 38-20 win over Fredericksburg. He also led Boerne on the ground with 94 yards on 13 carries and found the end zone on the ground as well. (via HSGameCenter.com)
QB Jauan Jennings: Speaking of efficient, Jennings completed 9-of-10 passes for 247 yards and 4 TDs. He didn’t throw an incomplete pass until late in the third quarter. He also showed some humility and leadership after the game in his quote to the DNJ: “The receivers made great plays for me,” Jennings said. “All I had to do was just put it in the right spot. And they made spectacular catches. All the credit should go to the receivers and line.”
RB Rocky Reid: Sound familiar? Another win and another huge night for Reid. The local game story said the opponents zeroed in on Reid, who now owns his county’s all-time rushing record, but he still managed a “hard-earned” 223 yards and 4 TDs to push his Concord team to 9-0 on the season (via the Independent Tribune)
RB Alvin Kamara: Kamara was limited on the ground with 36 yards on eight carries, but he had a big day catching passes out of the backfield with three grabs for 77 yards and a touchdown as his Hutchinson squad moved to 8-0 on the season and clinched a share of their conference title.
TE Kyle Oliver: Olver had four catches for 64 yards, including touchdown grabs of 7 and 34 yards in Oakland’s easy win over La Vergne. (via the DNJ in Murfreesboro)
RB Vincent Perry: Perry had a nice night in Hillsboro’s blowout victory over Franklin County, scoring at least twice, once on a 28-yard TD catch and again on a 47-yard TD run. (via @TheDannyParker/Scout.com)
DE Andrew Butcher: Butcher had 7 tackles, 2 sacks and 2 TFLs in just one half as Alpharetta rolled over Chattahoochee 56-7 and Butcher got the second half off (via @bbutcher62)
LB Cecil Cherry: Cherry had an interception in his team’s 37-7 win over Foundation Academy
DE Dylan Jackson: Jackson and the Maryville Rebels shut out William Blount in a 38-0 win on Thursday.
ATH/DE Darrell Taylor: Taylor had 2 catches for 50 yards and a touchdown on offense while adding three sacks, a forced fumble and fumble recovery in his team’s 42-28 win. According to @ByRyanLazo it was easily Taylor’s best game of the season to date.
LB Austin Smith & DL Quay Picou: Buford continues to steamroll teams with a suffocating defense and strong offense. Smith and Picou were part of a defensive performance that allowed only 30 yards of offense in the first half as Buford beat Monroe Area 51-12
QB Austin Kendall: No official final stats for Kendall in this one, but here is the account of the game-winning drive from CharlotteObserver.com: “Tennessee recruit Austin Kendall led his team on an 80-yard drive in the fourth quarter. Cuthbertson scored the game-winner with 18.3 seconds left. The drive began with 1:57 left. Weddington was up 38-28 before Cuthbertson rallied for one of the biggest wins in school history. Weddington, No. 12 in the Sweet 16, lost for the first time and fell to 7-1, 1-1 in the Southern Carolina Conference. Cuthbertson won its fourth straight game and is 5-3, 2-0.”
RB: Dorian Banks: Banks had 77 yards and a touchdown on nine carries in Gallatin’s 40-0 win over Portland.