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September 24, 20132014 Committs
Kicker Logan Cooke and Columbia Academy(3-2) lost to Oak Forest Academy in Louisiana, 41-6. Cooke didn't play in the game suffering from a foot injury he had two weeks ago. Season Stats: 10 punts for 44 yards-per-punt, 3-5 XPs, 1-2 field goals and seven catches for 100 yards and two TDs.
Newton County(4-1) four-star Wide Receiver Jamoral Graham and the Cougars got back on the winning track with a 33-10 victory over West Lauderdale. His stats have not been updated at this point. Season Stats: 22 carries for 265 yards and two TDs, six catches for 79 yards and a touchdown and seven kick/punt returns for 128 yards and a touchdown. He has a total of 472 yards on 35 touches with four touchdowns. Defensively, Graham has 32 tackles (24 solo)
Four-star linebacker Gerri Green and Greenville-Weston (1-3) had a bye week. Season Stats: 44 tackles (20 solo), five PBU, one FF and one FR. Offensively: Four catches, 50 yards and two TDs.
The offensive line duo of Jordan Harris and Tyler Jones of Stephenson(Ga.) (4-0) continued to destroy people with a 42-0 win over Lakeside.
Defensive end Darius Liggins and the Chargers from Oxford (4-0) had a bye week. Season stats: 29 tackles (13 solo) with six for loss, three sacks and an interception from his defensive end position.
Defensive back Chris Rayford of Byhalia (1-3) had his game rescheduled for Monday night vs. Eupora. At the time of this post, his stats were not available. Season stats: Rayford has rushed nine times for 146 yards, hitting the endzone three times, and totaled 17 tackles. He is expected to play defense at MSU.
Quarterback Elijah Staley and Wheeler (Ga.) (2-2) lost their second-straight game of the season 31-14 to Etowah. Staley still had a solid day on the field passing for 251 yards on 18-33 passing with two touchdowns. He also ran five times for 31 yards. Season Stats 68-98, 1,002 yards and eight TDs. 17 carries for 164 yards and two touchdowns.
The Red Rebels from Harrison Central (3-1) and MSU defensive back commit Lashard Durr lost their first game on Friday to West Jones, 19-7. His stats are yet to be updated for this week. Season Stats (Through Two games): Five carries for 68 yards, eight catches for 169 yards and a touchdown, seven tackles and four PBU.
Quarterback Nick Fitzgerald and Richmond Hill (Ga.) (3-0) had a bye this week. Season Stats 7-16 for 209 yards and four TDS. 23 carries for 270 yards and six touchdowns.
Columbia (Ga.) High School (2-2) and linebacker Deshon Cooper got back on the winning track Friday with a victory over Carver, 20-13. His stats have yet to be updated. Season Stats: Nine tackles, four TFL, four sacks and three forced fumbles. Offense- Five catches for 72 yards.
Forrest County (3-1) and running back Dontavian Lee are beginning to pick up steam as they got a huge win over Purvis, 42-28, to win their third-straight game. Lee had another great game rushing for 206 yards on 20 carries with a touchdown. Season Stats 69 carries for 526 yards and three TDs; four catches for 62 yards and a touchdown. He's also returned five kicks for 74 yards.
Aeris Williams and the West Point Green Wave (2-2) bounced back from their loss to beat Noxubee, 14-6. The future Bulldog was again the work horse rushing 35 times for 162 yards and a touchdown. Season Stats 112 carries for 660 yards and seven touchdowns with seven catches 48 yards and another touchdown. He's also returned six kicks for 102 yards.
JUCO linemen Jocquell Johnson and Co-Lin Community College(4-0) stayed undefeated with a 19-10 win over Hinds.
Norman Price of Hinds(2-2) lost their second-consecutive game to Col-Lin, 19-10.
Braxton Hoyett and Pelham (Ala.) (2-1) got back in the win column with a 42-41 overtime win over Oak Mountain. Hoyett recorded 11 tackles (three solo), a tackle for loss and a sack.. Season Stats: 20 tackles (nine solo), nine QBH, four TFL, three sacks and a fumble recovery.
2013 signee Donald Gray at Co-Lin is redshirting during the 2013 season due to injury.
Sophomore linebacker Jonathan Pollock of Dr. Phillips High School (4-0) in Orlando continued to roll with a 62-22 victory over Colonial (Fla.). The sophomore had four tackles in the one half he played in. Season Stats: 31 tackles, seven for a loss and two sacks.
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