High-SchoolFootball: Florida

Defending National Champs Fall In Overtime

October, 7, 2011
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Miramar (Fla.) stunned POWERADE FAB 50 No. 2 St. Thomas, 27-20, in an overtime classic. The Patriots "Dark Side" defense stopped the Raiders on fourth down in the extra frame to preserve the win. Senior DB Tracy Howard, No. 18 in the ESPNU 150, recorded an interception and blocked what would have been the game winning field goal at the end of regulation.

St. Thomas junior DL Joey Bosa missed the game with an undisclosed injury and DE Jelani Hamilton, a Miami recruit, left the game in the first half with a leg injury. QB Max Lescano ran for a 56-yard touchdown and tossed a scoring strike to TE Nico Sheppard in the loss.

The defending national champions had not lost to a Broward County team since 2007 when Deerfield Beach led by Michigan QB and Heisman hopeful Denard Robinson downed St. Thomas, 18-15. The Raiders survived a tough September stretch with wins over previously FAB-ranked Prattville (Prattville, Ala.), Cypress Bay (Weston, Fla.), a 2010 Class 6A state semi-finalist, and No. 24 De La Salle (Concord, Calif.). However, the loss was tough to swallow for the Ft. Lauderdale program that saw it's chances of repeating as mythical national champions fade in the October night.

Winning coach Damon Cogdell said, "We know what our kids are all about. We came out here to represent Broward County and Miramar High School. This win feels great."

What it means for next week's FAB 50: Since Miramar improved its record to 5-0 and now has a win over St. Thomas Aquinas, look for the Patriots to shoot up toward the top 20. They entered Thursday's game as a bubble team in the Southeast Region and were No. 2 in the Class 8A state rankings behind Plant (Tampa, Fla.), which also won Thursday to get to 5-0 and has a win over Bergen Catholic of New Jersey. Miramar and Plant, however, were almost tied in the state poll voting so Miramar’s Thursday night win also should push the Patriots higher in the state. St. Thomas Aquinas will likely fall to a spot in the FAB 50 right behind Miramar, but still obviously in front of No. 23 De La Salle (Concord, Calif.) due to a head-to-head win.

More on Miramar: The team began the 2011 season with heavy hearts due to the death of senior offensive lineman Isaiah Laurencin, who went into cardiac arrest during a late July practice. Laurencin was a member of the 2009 team that won the Class 6A state championship with a victory over Miami Northwestern (Miami). Miramar coach Damon Cogdell is a former linebacker at West Virginia, which is one reason why there are four former Patriot players playing key roles this season for the Mountaineers, including starting quarterback Geno Smith and starting receivers Stedman Bailey and Ivan McCartney.

Get Familiar: Robert Nkemdiche

September, 19, 2011
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Robert NkemdicheRyan Gibson/ESPNHSGrayson (Ga.) junior Robert Nkemdiche might be the nation's top football player
Robert Nkemdiche certainly passes the eyeball test.

At 6-foot-5 and 270 pounds, he looks more like Julius Peppers than a high school student. The Grayson (Loganville, Ga.) defensive end plays like Peppers, too.

With his size, strength (he benches 340 pounds, squats 500 and power cleans 340) and speed (4.6 seconds in the 40-yard dash), Nkemdiche (pronounced kim-DEECH-ee) can do pretty much anything he wants against offensive linemen. Last year, he wreaked havoc in the trenches to the tune of 58 tackles, 23 tackles for loss and 18 sacks.

This season, he’s faced a variety of game plans designed to prevent him from crushing the quarterback. Nevertheless, he’s made a huge impact for Grayson, which is 4-0 and ranked No. 16 in the POWERADE FAB 50 ESPNHS Team Rankings.

Nkemdiche has also seen time at running back this season and ran for the game-winning touchdown in the Rams’ season-opening win over Kell (Marietta, Ga.).

Oh, by the way, Nkemdiche is only a junior. And the superb skills he’s shown at such a young age is why he’s arguably the top player in the country, regardless of class.

Not surprisingly, a number of the nation’s top college teams have taken notice. Nkemdiche is considering the likes of Mississippi (where his brother Denzel is a freshman defensive back), Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Miami, Florida, Florida State and Oregon, but he’s yet to narrow down his extensive list of offers.

Right now, he’s more focused on leading Grayson to a state title and is excited about the possibility of his mom, Beverly, watching one of his games this year. Beverly is a legislator in Nigeria and rarely has the opportunity to come home and watch her talented son play.

So what makes this man-child tick? It’s time to Get Familiar with Robert Nkemdiche.

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POWERADE FAB 50 Weekend Primer

September, 1, 2011
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Game of the Week

No. 8 Manatee (Bradenton, Fla.) 0-0 at No. 19 Good Counsel (Olney, Md.) 0-0, Friday Sept. 2.
For the second straight year, both FAB 50 ranked teams will open with inter-sectional showdowns. Last year, Manatee played its first-ever out-of-state game when the Hurricanes traveled to Pittsburgh and defeated host Woodland Hills. Good Counsel also won its opener on the road against host St. Xavier of Cincinnati.

Manatee competed last weekend in a preseason jamboree and scored late to defeat American Heritage (Delray Beach, Fla.) 20-14. The Hurricanes are led by junior quarterback Cord Sandberg, a standout last season for the Class 5A state semifinalist and one of the top underclass candidates for Mr. Football USA. Manatee is coached by Joe Kinnan, who is in his second tour at the helm after guiding the Hurricanes to four state titles in 10 years during the 1980s.

Good Counsel, coached by Bob Milloy, Maryland's all-time winningest coach in his 40th season, also has a candidate for Mr. Football USA in senior Stefon Diggs. He can play several skill positions, including wide receiver, running back, defensive back and kick returner. He can be a game-breaker on both sides of the ball.


Player to Watch

Colin Thompson, Archbishop Wood (Warminster, Pa.)
Ranked the nation's No. 1 tight end in the Class of 2012 by ESPNU, the 6-foot-4, 255-pounder will be a featured player in Sunday afternoon's FAB 50 intra-state showdown vs. Pittsburgh Central Catholic (Pittsburgh) at Gateway High School in Monroeville, Pa. Kickoff is 2 p.m. for the ESPN2 televised game matching FAB 50 No. 22 Central Catholic vs. No. 46 Archbishop Wood.

The University of Florida recruit is one of six NCAA Division 1 recruits on the Archbishop Wood roster as the Class AAA state contender from Eastern Pennsylvania tackles the Class AAAA power from Western Pa. Thompson, a two-way lineman and senior team captain, is rated a top blocking tight end with good hands and running skills. The versatile athlete also has seen playing time at fullback and in the slot for the top-ranked team in the Philadelphia area.

Upset Alert


No. 36 Bellevue (Bellevue, Wash.) 0-0 vs. Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.) 0-0, Saturday at Mission Viejo (Mission Viejo, Calif.)
While Bellevue is in the FAB 50 and Oaks Christian is not, it wouldn’t be much of an upset if the Lions were to win. This matchup is the best of a five-game set being billed as the Mission Viejo Football Classic. The host school, FAB 50 No. 6 Mission Viejo, plays on Friday night against Centennial (Bakersfield, Calif.).

Both teams are coming off championship seasons. Bellevue (13-1) won its third straight Class 3A state title, while Oaks Christian (12-2) won the CIF Southern Section Northern Division crown. Bellevue brings its well-oiled Wing-T offense to California for the first time. The Wolverines have a 3-1 record in games held in Washington against California teams. They were 3-0 (including the win in 2004 that broke Concord De La Salle’s 151-game national record win streak) before losing two years ago to Grant of Sacramento.

Oaks Christian played in Washington on the same weekend two years ago when Bellevue lost to Grant and defeated Skyline (Sammamish, Wash.) The Lions are now completely done with the famous sons being on the roster with the graduations of Trevor Gretzky and Trey Smith, but they figure to remain firmly in the spotlight as one of the top programs in the state. This year’s team has some rebuilding to do with the front seven on defense and up front on offense. The skill positions, however, still look loaded with USC-bound receiver Payton Jordan, two-way standout Ishmael Adams, transfer quarterback Luke Falk and linebacker-running back Carlos Mendoza leading the way. Bellevue will try to spring running back Latrelle Dukes for big gains while other players to watch include defensive back Tyler Hasty, and 6-foot-5, 295-pound offensive tackle Jake Eldrenkamp.

Team on the rise?

Stephenville (Stephenville, Texas) 1-0
Led by 2010 ESPNHS Mr. Football USA Johnathan Gray, Aledo (Aledo, Texas) entered the season with a 29-game winning streak and high expectations for a third straight state title. That winning streak, however, was snapped in dramatic fashion last weekend by Stephenville in the season opener for both squads.

Trailing by as many as 17 points at two different points of the game, the Yellow Jackets rallied behind the arm of junior Brice Gunter, who completed 20 of 24 pass attempts for 224 yards and three touchdowns while also running for a score after entering for injured starter Connor Washington. Leading 48-47 with seconds remaining, junior cornerback Preston Brown blocked Aledo’s game-winning field goal attempt with no time remaining but a roughing the kicker penalty gave the Bearcats a second attempt which Brown also blocked. Aiavon Edwards also rushed for 223 yards in the win for Stephenville, which will now head to Abilene to take on Wylie in this week’s game.

The Yellow Jackets also should now become fans of the Bearcats as they will take on FAB 50 No. 39 Lake Travis (Austin, Texas) on Sept. 9. A win by Aledo in that game would definitely help the Yellow Jackets move up the rankings as long as they also continue to win.

POWERADE FAB 50 Regional Scoreboard

August, 28, 2011
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EAST Region Top 20
1. Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, N.J.) season starts Sept. 10
2. Pittsburgh Central Catholic (Pittsburgh, Pa.) season starts Sept. 4
3. Phoebus (Hampton, Va.) season starts Sept. 2
4. Archbishop Wood (Warminster, Pa.) season starts Sept. 3
5. Good Counsel (Olney, Md.) season starts Sept. 2
6. Gilman (Baltimore, Md.) 1-0 def. Maryland Christian (Bel Air, Md.), 68-9
7. Allentown Central Catholic (Allentown, Pa.) season starts Sept. 3
8. Oscar Smith (Chesapeake, Va.) season starts Sept. 2
9. Holy Spirit (Absecon, N.J.) season starts Sept. 9
10. Bergen Catholic (Oradell, N.J.) season starts Sept. 9
11. Stone Bridge (Ashburn, Va.) season starts Sept. 1
12. Everett (Everett, Mass.) season starts Sept. 9
13. St. Anthony's (Melville, N.Y.) season starts Sept. 9
14. North Penn (Lansdale, Pa.) season starts Sept. 3
15. DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.) season starts Sept. 3
16. Piscataway (Piscataway, N.J.) season starts Sept. 1
17. St. Peter's Prep (Jersey City, N.J.) season starts Sept. 2
18. Martinsburg (Martinsburg, W. Va.) 1-0 def. Sherando (Stephens City, Va.), 7-0
19. Cathedral Prep (Erie, Pa.) season starts Sept. 2
20. Central Valley (Monaca, Pa.) season starts Sept. 2


SOUTHEAST Region Top 20
1. St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) 1-0 def. Prattville (Prattville, Ala.), 34-31
2. Manatee (Bradenton, Fla.) season starts Sept. 2
3. Butler (Matthews, N.C.) 1-1 def. Olympic (Charlotte, N.C.) 70-6
4. Armwood (Seffner, Fla.) 1-0 def. Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas), 20-17
5. Prattville (Prattville, Ala.) 0-1 lost St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.), 34-31
6. South Panola (Batesville, Miss.) 1-1 lost Hoover (Hoover, Ala.), 24-13
7. Lincoln (Tallahassee, Fla.) season starts Sept. 2
8. Brookwood (Snellville, Ga.) 0-1, next game Sept. 2
9. Cocoa (Cocoa, Fla.) 0-1 lost Colerain (Cincinnati), 17-7
10. Grayson (Loganville, Ga.) 2-0 def. Edgewater (Orlando, Fla.), 49-21
11. Stephenson (Stone Mountain, Ga.) 1-0 def. Parkview (Lilburn, Ga.), 14-3
12. Byrnes (Duncan, S.C.) 1-0 def. Ballard (Louisville, Ky.), 68-0
13. Maryville (Maryville, Tenn.) 2-0 def. Alcoa (Alcoa, Tenn.), 26-19
14. Miami Norland (Miami, Fla.) season starts Sept. 1
15. Hoover (Hoover, Ala.) 1-0 def. South Panola (Batesville, Miss.), 24-13
16. West Monroe (West Monroe, La.) season starts Sept. 1
17. Alcoa (Alcoa, Tenn.) 1-1 lost Maryville (Maryville, Tenn.), 26-19
18. Daphne (Daphne, Ala.) 1-0, def. Bryant (Irvington, Ala.), 41-14
19. Dr. Phillips (Orlando, Fla.) season starts Sept. 2
20. Plant (Tampa, Fla.) season starts Sept. 2


MIDWEST Region Top 20
1. St. Edward (Lakewood, Ohio) 1-0 def. Glenville (Cleveland), 17-14 OT
2. Harrison (Farmington Hills, Mich.) 1-0 def. Cass Tech (Detroit), 43-7
3. Trinity (Louisville, Ky.) 2-0, def. Montgomery Bell Academy (Nashville, Tenn.), 66-21
4. Maine South (Park Ridge, Ill.) 1-0 def. Warren (Gurnee, Ill.), 40-12
5. St. Xavier (Cincinnati) 1-0 def. Springfield (Springfield, Ohio), 30-7
6. Warren Central (Indianapolis) 2-0 def. Indianapolis Cathedral (Indianapolis) 27-24
7. Glenbard West (Glen Ellyn, Ill.) 1-0 def. Wheaton-Warrenville South (Wheaton, Ill.), 21-7
8. Highlands (Fort Thomas, Ky.) 1-0, next game Sept. 1
9. Detroit Catholic Central (Novi, Mich.) 1-0 def. Fordson (Dearborn, Mich.), 42-0
10. Cedar Falls (Cedar Falls, Iowa) 1-0 def. Hempstead (Dubuque, Iowa), 49-3
11. Ursuline (Youngstown, Ohio) 0-1 lost Red Lion Christian (Bear, Del.), 54-18
12. Eden Prairie (Eden Prairie, Minn.) season starts Sept. 1
13. Austintown Fitch (Youngstown, Ohio) 1-0 def. Harding (Warren, Ohio), 28-7
14. Canton (Canton, Mich.) 1-0 def. Walled Lake Central (Walled Lake, Mich.), 42-14
15. Joliet Catholic (Joliet, Ill.) 1-0 def. Carmel (Mundelein, Ill.), 32-31
16. Pickerington Central (Pickerington, Ohio) 0-1 lost Moeller (Cincinnati), 14-0
17. Fishers (Fishers, Ind.) 1-1 lost Hamilton Southeastern (Fishers, Ind.), 28-7
18. Wheaton Warrenville South (Wheaton, Ill.) 0-1 lost Glenbard West (Glen Ellyn, Ill.), 21-7
19. East Grand Rapids (Grand Rapids, Mich.) 1-0 def. Catholic Central (Grand Rapids, Mich.), 21-10
20. Iowa City (Iowa City, Iowa) 1-0 def. Dubuque (Dubuque, Iowa), 28-0

SOUTHWEST Region Top 20
1. Allen (Allen, Texas) 1-0 def. Cedar Hill (Cedar Hill, Texas), 28-13
2. Katy (Katy, Texas) 1-0 def. North Shore (Houston, Texas), 34-6
3. Euless Trinity (Euless, Texas) 1-0 def. Robert E. Lee (Tyler, Texas), 30-7
4. Jenks (Jenks, Okla.) season starts Sept. 2
5. Aledo (Aledo, Texas) 0-1 lost Stephenville (Stephenville, Texas), 48-47
6. Pearland (Pearland, Texas) 1-0 def. Madison (Houston, Texas) 45-24
7. Union (Tulsa, Okla.) season starts Sept. 2
8. Coppell (Coppell, Texas) 1-0, def. Horn (Mesquite, Texas), 20-7
9. Lake Travis (Austin, Texas) 1-0 def. Westlake (Austin, Texas), 35-7
10. Denton Ryan (Denton, Texas) 1-0 def. Sulphur Springs (Sulphur Springs, Texas), 25-9
11. Rockhurst (Kansas City, Mo.) 1-0, def. Blue Springs (Blue Springs, Mo.), 35-20
12. DeSoto (DeSoto, Texas) 1-0 def. Leander (Leander, Texas), 43-3
13. Stony Point (Round Rock, Texas) 1-0 def. Autonoma de Nuevo Leon (Monterrey, Mexico), 16-14
14. Steele (Cibolo, Texas) 1-0 def. Madison (San Antonio, Texas), 35-28
15. Lawton (Lawton, Okla.) season starts Sept. 2
16. Lee’s Summit West (Lee’s Summit, Mo.) 1-0 def. Ray-Pec (Peculiar, Mo.), 49-13
17. Midwest City (Midwest City, Okla.) season starts Sept. 2
18. North Shore (Houston, Texas) 0-1 lost Katy (Katy, Texas), 34-6
19. Cedar Park (Cedar Park, Texas) 0-1 lost Westwood (Round Rock, Texas), 21-13
20. Pulaski Academy (Little Rock, Ark.) vs. Central Arkansas Chrisitan (N. Little Rock, Ark.), Aug. 29

WEST Region Top 20
1. De La Salle (Concord, Calif.) season starts Sept. 2
2. Mission Viejo (Mission Viejo, Calif.) season starts Sept. 2
3. Chaparral (Scottsdale, Ariz.) 1-1 def. Salpointe Catholic (Tucson, Ariz.), 22-21
4. Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nev.) 1-1 lost Armwood (Seffner, Fla.), 20-17
5. Servite (Anaheim, Calif.) season starts Sept. 1
6. Mullen (Denver, Colo.) season starts Sept. 2
7. Pleasant Grove (Elk Grove, Calif.) 1-0 def. Monterey Trail (Elk Grove, Calif.), 35-6
8. Hamilton (Chandler, Ariz.) 1-0 def. Mountain Pointe (Phoenix, Ariz.), 17-7
9. Bellevue (Bellevue, Wash.) season starts Sept. 3
10. Centennial (Corona, Calif.) season starts Sept. 9
11. St. Bonaventure (Ventura, Calif.) season starts Sept. 9
12. Bingham (South Jordan, Utah) 2-0 def. Alta (Sandy, Utah), 21-18
13. Grant (Sacramento, Calif.) 1-0 def. Folsom (Folsom, Calif.), 43-16
14. Alemany (Mission Hills, Calif.) season starts Sept. 2
15. Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.) season starts Sept. 3
16. Skyline (Sammamish, Wash.) season starts Sept. 2
17. Aloha (Beaverton, Ore.) season starts Sept. 2

18. Centennial (Peoria, Ariz.) 1-0 def. Kellis (Glendale, Ariz.), 52-7
19. Santa Margarita (Rancho SM, Calif.) season starts Sept. 2
20. Lone Peak (Highland, Utah) 2-0 def. Mountain Crest (Hyrum, Utah), 35-14
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Hoover, Ala. -- Believe it or not, one of the country’s top high school football programs had many unanswered questions going into their 2011 campaign. For new St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) head coach Rocco Casullo, he found some answers against a talented Prattville (Prattville, Ala.) team in the Raiders’ 34-31 over the Rams.

Casullo knew his Raiders would be talented up front defensively with players like Jelani Hamilton, Bryan Cox, Jr., junior Joey Bosa and sophomore Anthony Moten. But on the other side of the ball, St. Thomas Aquinas had three fresh faces on the offensive line, two new starters at receiver and a brand new signal-caller. Junior running back Fred Coppet helped ignite the Raider offense both in the running and passing game. In the end, they just had one more big play than the Lions, as the game could have gone either way.

On fourth and five with 1:17 remaining in the game and St. Thomas Aquinas holding a three-point lead. Raider defensive end standout and Miami commitment Hamilton sacked Prattville quarterback, and Alabama pledge, Justin Thomas to preserve the win.

It was a game of many big plays. First, there was Prattville defensive back and Wake Forest commitment LaRonji Vason blocking a Raider punt that lead to Prattville’s first touchdown and a 7-0 Lion lead in the first quarter. In the second quarter, St. Thomas Aquinas quarterback Max Lescano hit receiver Gavin Sinclair on a short screen pass that he turned into a 74-yard score to make it a 20-14 Raider lead. On the first possession of the second half, St. Thomas Aquinas defensive end Bryan Cox intercepted Thomas and returned the ball to the Lions one-yard line.

Prattville was led by Thomas, who at times showed why he’s one of the country’s finest athletes; with rare speed and quickness and the toughness to navigate the open field.

What it means for next week's first POWERADE FAB 50 for the regular season: Powerhouse St. Thomas Aquinas opened up the season as the No. 4 ranked team in the country and they keep their hopes alive for a national championship with a big win over Prattville. The Raiders were tested and tested hard against a very good Lion team. St. Thomas Aquinas will get a shot in a few weeks to further enhance their 2011 resume when they host No. 2 ranked Concord (Calif.) De La Salle in south Florida. With the Raiders being young and breaking in many new starters they should be a team that gets better as the season progresses, so their game against De La Salle looms large. The Lions came in as the No. 13 ranked team in the country. Despite the three-point loss to St. Thomas Aquinas, don’t expect Prattville to dip too much in the rankings; this is a veteran and very talented team that will challenge Hoover as the top program from the state of Alabama.

Rising Star of the Night: St. Thomas Aquinas is loaded with talent at just about every position. But their star of this game was Coppet. He had a 39-yard run in the first quarter and a 49-yard reception in the second. He gives the Raiders explosiveness and is a terrific player on the perimeter and in the passing game. He will not have to carry the load of the Raider run game because they also have Dami Ayoola, a terrific inside runner. Coppett and Ayoola give the St. Thomas Aquinas a super one-two punch offensively.

More Stars: Prattville has an underrated offensive weapon in wide receiver Jeremiah Gardner. He’s a speedy wide receiver that had a few nice catch and runs for the Lions offense, showing excellent speed, quickness and big play capability. He is also terrific in the punt return duties. Defensive end Jay Minor, who has committed to South Alabama, is an active presence on the front. He’s quick off the edge and is an active pass rusher. For St. Thomas Aquinas, Hamilton made his big plays when his team needed them the most - this, despite being slowed by a knee injury. He showed why he’s one of the most coveted big men in the nation. He has some help on the front, as one impressive performer was Bosa, a junior defensive end and tackle with offers already from Alabama and Florida State. The unsung hero for the Raiders was tight end Nico Shepherd. He had four receptions, including their first score, as well as a few crucial grabs late in the game.

St. Thomas Aquinas coach Rocco Casullo: “We had some many questions coming into this game, this season. We have a bunch of new players; three new offensive linemen, receivers, quarterback and in the secondary. We just wanted to get to the fourth quarter and hope we were close because we knew we were well conditioned coming in. We have worked very hard. This is a huge win for us, especially considering how much youth we have.”

Prattville coach Jamey DuBose: “The game could have gone either way and I think those were two evenly matched teams. I’m excited we had an opportunity to play St. Thomas Aquinas. That’s a good football team that is well coached and very disciplined. They made the plays when they had to. We made some mental mistakes and had some blown assignments. We have to overcome this loss and get ready to play next week.”

Up Next: St. Thomas Aquinas (1-0) plays at Weston (Fla.) Cypress Bay on September 9th. Prattville (0-1) hosts Stanhope Elmore next Friday.

Jamie Newberg is the southeast regional coordinator for ESPN.com

Elite 11 Tracker: Winston starts strong

August, 24, 2011
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ESPNHS will follow the weekly progress of the ESPNHS Elite 11 quarterbacks during their senior seasons. In addition we will track the top quarterback performances from around the country. The Elite 11 Tracker will be featured every Wednesday.

With just a few states kicking off this past weekend, it was one the Elite 11 MVPs who shined and put on the best performance. Recent Florida State commit Jameis Winston was unstoppable, passing for a touchdown and rushing for an additional four scores leading Hueytown to a win. Gunner Kiel, Patton Robinette and Patrick Towles each led their squads to victories as well.

Austin Appleby, 6-4, 225, Hoover (North Canton, Ohio)
Committed to Purdue
This week: vs. Stow-Munroe Falls (Stow, Ohio)

Connor Brewer, 6-2, 190, Chaparral (Scottsdale, Ariz.)
Committed to Texas
Last Week: 11-of-26 for 198 yards, three touchdowns and one interception in a 42-22 loss to Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nev.)
Season totals: 11-of-26 for 198 yards, three touchdowns and one interception
This week: at Salpointe Catholic (Tucson, Ariz.)

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