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Commit Recap

December 3, 2018

2019 Commits 

QB Brendon Clark‍  (Manchester High, Va.)
Manchester High School won their semi-final matchup against Ocean Lakes High School 42-3 on Saturday. Clark was excellent once again for his team, the three-star quarterback threw for two touchdowns and ran in another to lead his team to the win. His passing touchdowns went from 16 and 57 yards out, and he sprinted for a 27-yard rushing touchdown/

Next Game: 12/8 vs. Freedom High School (State Championship)

RB Kyren Williams‍ (St.John-Vianney High School, Mo.)
St. John-Vianney defeated Fort Osage 28-14 on Saturday to win the Missouri Class Five State Championship. Williams finished with another eye-popping stat-line. The 4-star running back rushed for 289 yards, added 65 receiving yards and scored once in the win.


OL Andrew Kristofic‍ (Pine-Richland High School, Pa.)
Pine-Richland High School lost 37-0 to a talented St. Joseph’s Prep on Saturday in the PIAA State Championship game.

DT Jacob Lacey‍ (South Warren High School, Ky.)
South Warren High School defeated Covington Catholic 20-16 on Sunday to win the Kentucky 5A State Championship.

LB J.D. Bertrand‍ (Blessed Trinity Catholic, Ga.)
Blessed Trinity Catholic defeated Troup County on Friday night to advance to the State Championship. Bertrand tallied five total tackles in the win.
Next Game: 12/12 vs. Cartersville (State Championship)

S Kyle Hamilton‍ (Marist High School, Ga.) 
Marist High School lost to Cartersville 17-14 on Friday night in the semi-finals. Hamilton tallied an interception in the second quarter that led to his team’s first points of the game.

2020 Commits

QB Drew Pyne‍  (New Canaan High School, Conn.) 
New Canaan High School defeated Fairfield Prep, 38-7 on Sunday in the semifinals. Pyne completed 22 of his 28 pass attempts for 222 yards and a touchdown in the win. 
Next Game: Dec. 8th vs. Greenwich (State Championship)

TE Michael Mayer‍ (Covington Catholic, Ky.)  
Covington Catholic lost 20-16 to South Warren High School on Sunday in the Kentucky 5A State Championship game. Mayer caught a touchdown pass in the third quarter for his team’s first points. They scored 14 unanswered points, but couldn’t overcome South Warren’s 20-point lead.

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