High-SchoolWashington-DC: Big East

It's time for the All-State Stock Watch, as we look at All-State football players who saw their potential value rise or fall over the past week. A player could have performed well in a game, gotten a big-time scholarship offer, broken his leg or just had an off game.

UP — Zach Bradshaw, Damascus, WR
This junior has made his presence felt all over the field to help fuel Damascus' 3-0 start this fall. Against Wootton last week, the junior opened the scoring with an electric 89-yard punt return. Bradshaw went on to haul in four passes for 46 yards and a pair of scores, including a one-handed 8-yard grab, to lead the Hornets to a 49-12 win.

DOWN — Aaron Wells, River Hill, RB
The Hawks lost their first game of the young season with their talented senior back watching from the sidelines. Wells suffered a knee injury in Week 1 against Reservoir that held him out of the big contest. It's unsure how much time Wells will miss, but early reports indicate he could be out for up to a month. Without Wells, the Hawks struggled to move the chains in a 14-0 defeat at Atholton last weekend. The loss knocked River Hill down to a bubble team in the latest POWERADE Greater D.C. football rankings.

UP — E.J. Levenberry, Hylton, LB
Hylton's opponents' scores through the first three weeks of the season read like this: 14, 14, 6. We'll do the math for you; in three contests the Bulldog's are yielding a paltry 11.3 points a game. Levennberry has been central to that effort, racking up tackles at an alarming rate. The junior has posted double-digit tackle efforts twice this season and tacked on five in limited action during a 60-6 Week 3 victory.

DeMatha soccer remains undefeated but the team took a slight dip in the POWERADE FAB 50 ESPNHS Team Rankings. The Stags captured victories over Gonzaga (2-1) and Sidwell Friends (3-1) to move to 5-0. DeMatha remains the lone Greater D.C. squad in the FAB 50 at No. 5 overall.

In other DeMatha news, senior forward Jerami Grant has made a verbal pledge to play basketball at Syracuse next season. The long, 6-foot-7 forward is rated the No. 43 prospect in the ESPNU 100 and announced his commitment on Twitter last week. His brother Jerian will suit up for Notre Dame while his oldest brother Jerai played at Clemson before beginning his pro career overseas. The three are sons of former NBA player Harvey Grant.

Click here to see what ESPN Recruiting expert Paul Biancardi had to say about Grant's move to the Big East.