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Commitment Stats: 11/15

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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.

2015 Offense:

QB Quinten Dormady: Dormady threw for 230 yards yards and three touchdowns, but the Greyhounds lack of a rushing attack proved catastrophic in Boerne’s 45-21 playoff loss to Robinson. Dormady would also lead his team in rushing with 14 yards on 12 carries. (Per:

QB Jauan Jennings: It was another impressive night for Jennings, who finished 8-of-17 passing for 174 yards and 2 touchdowns while also carrying the ball eight times for 55 yards and another touchdown in Blackman’s 48-21 win over Riverdale.

RB Rocky Reid: Reid continued his domination of high school football in the state of North Carolina again last night in Concord’s 49-7 win over Tuscola. Reid rushed for 268 yards – 236 in the first half – and four total touchdowns on only 16 carries. Yes, you read that right…only 16 carries. (Per:

Here’s what Reid’s season looks like to this point:

RB Alvin Kamara: Kamara sat out last week with an injury.

WR Preston Williams: Preston Williams was lost for the season a few weeks ago when he suffered a knee injury.

ATH Joc Bruce: Bruce scored five touchdowns for the Cherokees in their 48-33 win over Campbell County.

ATH Vincent Perry: Perry was his team’s go-to man on offense as he rushed for 173 yards and 3 touchdowns in Hillsboro’s 41-7 win over Springfield in the second round of the 5a playoffs.

2015 Defense

DE Andrew Butcher: Butcher had a huge game and his Alpharetta team needed every bit of it in their 21-18 win over Cherokee. Butcher finished the night with 6 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 4 tackles for loss and blocked extra point.

DE Dylan Jackson: Jackson and Maryville’s defense struggled early but pulled away late in their 62-28 win over Sevier County.

DT Quay Picou & LB Austin Smith: Buford pitched their sixth shutout performance of the season in their 63-0 win over Southeast in the first round of the playoffs.

DT Shy Tuttle: Tuttle and North Davidson beat Watauga 52-14 in the first round of the 4A playoffs.


QB Austin Kendall: It was a huge night for Austin Kendall. Here’s an excerpt from the game story on,
“Junior QB Austin Kendall threw for 379 yards and three touchdowns and also rushed for two TDs in Cuthbertson’s 63-20 home win over Ashbrook in the first round of the 3AA football playoffs on Friday night. Kendall was 20-of-32 passing and also rushed 10 times for 68 yards.”

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