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Recruit Roundup

September 10, 2018
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2019 Commits 

QB Brendon Clark‍ (Manchester High School)
Clark and his teammates at Manchester High School (2-0) traveled to rival Cosby High School Friday night and continued their dominant play. Clark threw two and ran for three total touchdowns in the first half of play to lead his team to a 49-6 win. The 6-foot-2, 190-pounder hit his teammate Alston Robinson for a 25-yard touchdown to give his team a three-score leads early in the first quarter and also ran one in from four yards out in the second. Manchester’s senior signal caller also hit KJ McNeil for a 16-yard touchdown for his team’s last score of the game. Manchester High School will play Monacan High School at home on Friday, September 14th.

RB Kyren Williams‍ (St.John-Vianney High School)
Williams and his teammates at St. John-Vianney High School improved to 2-1 on the season with a 42-7 win over Helias High School on Friday night. Williams did it all for his teams in the week three win. The 5-foot-10, 200-pounder picked off a Helias pass and caught a 29-yard touchdown two plays later on offense. The future Irish back also caught a 15-yard touchdown and also took a direct snap in a wildcat formation 64 yards for a touchdown in the matchup. St. John-Vianney will host Chaminade High School after two straight road win on Friday, September 14th.

WR Cam Hart‍  (Our Lady of Good Counsel High School)
Our Lady of Good Counsel High School improved to 2-0-1 after a 50-0 win over Mount St. Joseph High School on Sunday. Hart and his teammates will be back in action on a short week Friday, September 14th on the road against St. Joseph’s Prep.

WR Kendall Abdur-Rahman‍ (Edwardsville High School)
Edwardsville High School dropped to 1-2 after a 34-21 loss to East St. Louis on Friday night, but recent Irish commit Abdur-Rahman was electric. The speedster rushed for touchdowns of 74 and 80 yards in the first half. Abdur-Rahman and his teammates will look to bounce back Friday, September 14th against Waubonsie High School.

OL Quinn Carroll‍ (Edina High School)
Carroll and his teammates at Edina High School improved to 2-0 with a close 17-14 win over Rosemount High School on Friday night. Edina High School will look for their third win Friday, September 14th against Wayzata High School.

OL Zeke Correll‍ (Anderson High School)
Correll and his teammates at Anderson High School improved to 3-0 on the season with a 35-3 win over Harrison High School on Friday night. Correll is anchoring a line that is helping his team’s offense roll on all cylinders. Anderson High School is averaging 35 points a game in the first three games of the season. Anderson High School will travel to Kings High School on Friday, September, 14th.

OL Andrew Kristofic‍ (Pine-Richland High School)
After their opening week loss to IMG Academy, Pine-Richland High School won their second consecutive game on Friday night with a 42-14 win over Moon Area High School on Friday night. Kristofic is holding down an offensive line that has helped a Pine-Richland offense that is averaging over 40-points a game the past two weeks.

OL John Olmstead‍ (St. Joseph High School)
Olmstead and his teammates at St. Joseph High School bounced back after their week one loss with a 28-12 win over Colonia High School on Saturday. After a 9-7 week one loss, the St. Joseph offense was able to put points on the board in week two. St. Joseph High School will be back in action Friday, September, 14th on the road against South Plainfield High School.

DE Howard Cross III‍ (St. Joseph Regional High School)
St. Joseph Regional High School bounced back in week two after a close week one loss with a dominant defensive performance in a 14-8 win over Imhotep Charter on Saturday. Cross III recorded eight total tackles with four for a loss. He also added 1.5 sacks Saturday. St. Joseph Regional High School will look to follow up this performance Friday, September 14th at home against DePaul Catholic.

DE NaNa Osafo-Mensah‍ (Nolan Catholic High School)
Nolan Catholic High School won their week two match up 55-0 against Burkburnett High School on Friday night. Osafo-Mensah led the Nolan Catholic defense in the shutout.

DT Jacob Lacey‍ (South Warren High School)
South Warren High School improved to 4-0 on the season with their first shutout of the season, 59-0 against Central Hardin High School. Lacey was dominant once again in the middle of that South Warren defense and led his defense in the blow out win. Lacey and his teammates will look to stay hot Friday, September 14th against Grayson County High School.

DT Hunter Spears‍ (Sachse High School)
Spears and his teammates lost another close one on Saturday afternoon, 20-14 against Trinity High School. Sachse drops to 0-2 on the season, but they played two top-10 teams in the state of Texas back to back weeks to open the season. According to Matt Stepp of texasfootball.com, Spears looked dominant Saturday afternoon against Trinity.

LB Ositadinma Ekwonu‍ (Providence Day School)
Providence Day traveled to North Stanly High School on Friday night following their bye week. They dropped to 0-3 on the season after a 29-14 loss. Ekwonu and his teammates return home Friday, September 14th at home against Hickory Hawks High School.

LB Jack Kiser‍ (Pioneer High School)
Pioneer High School improved to 4-0 with another high scoring shutout. Kiser led his team to a 78-0 win over Caston High School on Friday night. Kiser ran in a 24-yard touchdown in the first quarter and also returned an interception for a touchdown in the second quarter for his team. Pioneer High School led 62-0 in the dominant performance. Kiser and his teammates will be back in action Friday, September 14th to take on North White High School.

CB KJ Wallace‍ (Lovett School)
Lovett High School was unable to build off their first win of the season last week. They dropped to 1-3 on the season with a 58-21 loss to Mary Persons High School on Friday night. Wallace was a bright spot, however; the Lovett standout caught an 11-yard touchdown pass in the 3rd quarter. Wallace and his teammates will be back in action after a bye week, Friday, September 21st against Cedar Grove High School.

Litchfield Ajavon‍ (Episcopal High School)
The first game is set for Saturday, September 15th at 7:00 PM on the road against Gilman High School. 

S Kyle Hamilton‍ (Marist High School) 
Marist High School improved to 3-0 on the season with a 24-7 win against Westminster High School on Friday night on the road. Hamilton made an impact defensively but shined on the offense in this game. Hamilton caught five passes for 114 yards, including a 45-yard reception leaping in double coverage. Hamilton and his teammates will be back in action Friday, September 14th at home against St. Plus X Catholic High School.

P Jay Bramblett‍ (Hillcrest High School)
Hillcrest High School dropped to 1-2 on the season with a close 39-36 loss to Hueytown High School on Friday night. Bramblett (pictured) was a star on the field as the signal-caller went 24-for-33 passing for 292 yards through the air and also added 49 yards on the ground and a touchdown. Bramblett also punted five times for an average distance of 46 yards, which included a long of 59 yards. Through three games he is averaging 42.7 yards per punt and has pinned seven punts inside the 20-yard line. Hillcrest will be back in action Friday, September 14th to host Brookwood High School.

2020 Commits 

QB Drew Pyne‍ (New Canaan High School) 
New Canaan High School traveled to St. Joseph High School on Saturday and lost the first game of their season to a tough opponent. Pyne completed 18 of his 29 pass attempts for 167 yards. The 6-foot-1, 172-pounder also threw two interceptions in his debut. Pyne and his teammates will look to bounce back on Friday, September 14th against Danbury at home.

TE Kevin Bauman‍ (Red Bank Catholic High School)
Red Bank Catholic High School improved to 2-0 on the season with a dominant 40-7 win over Ocean Township High School. Red Bank Catholic High School will be back in action Friday, September 14th against Toms River South High School.

TE Michael Mayer‍ (Covington Catholic)                   
Covington Catholic improved to 4-0 on the season with a 42-9 win over Kings High School on Friday night. Mayer made an impact offensively; he caught five passes for 86 yards on the night. Mayer and his teammates will look to improve to 5-0 on the season Friday, September 14th against Beechwood High School.

 
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