The University of Alabama has commitments in several key match-ups this weekend including one you…
Stars of the South: Florida
Flagler Palm Coast High School
Lumpkins rushed for 138 yards on just seven carries. He scored on a 44-yard touchdown run and caught three passes for 57 yards including two touchdowns of 50 and 1 yards. The sophomore and his teammates defeated Matanzaz 38-13 in the second week of action.
Plant-Tampa High School
Crawford rushed for 135 yards on eight carries. The senior and Georgia Tech commitment scored twice on runs of eight and 52 yards in the 34-20 win against Jesuit to open the season.
Pine Crest High School
Henry has several Div. I offers to play at the next level. The senior rushed for 181 yards on just 12 carries and scored two touchdowns in a 62-35 loss to Fort Lauderdale.
Holcombe completed 31-of-47 pass attempts for 357 yards and four touchdowns of 29, 5, 29 and 10 yards in the 52-51 win against 4A top-ranked Goose Creek of South Carolina. The senior has several scholarship offers including South Florida and Rutgers. Cunningham was Holcombe's favorite target. The junior snagged 10 passes for 160 yards and three touchdowns of 5, 29, and 10 in the win. The last touchdown and extra point secured the win in double overtime.
Western High School
Moreau caught five passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns. The senior rushed for 49 yards on three carries with a 43 yard touchdown run. Moreau has recently added Kansas State to his scholarship offers.
Bryant rushed for 208 yards on 19 carries in a 33-28 win over Atlantic. The senior scored twice in the win. Bryant has several scholarship offers including Georgia, Marshall and Connecticut.
Palm Beach Gardens High School
Burney rushed for 190 yards on 12 carries scoring twice in the 53-0 win over Palm Beach Lakes. The senior has several Div. 1 scholarship offers.
Royal Palm Beach High School
McCullough rushed for 257 yards on 15 carries in the 52-12 win against Pahokee.
Glades Day School
Taylor rushed for 279 yards on 30 carries in the 28-21 loss to Miami Pace. The junior already has scholarship offers to top schools such as Alabama, Florida and Florida State. He is the son of former Gator and recently retired Jacksonville Jaguar standout Fred Taylor.
Hook had 217 all-purpose yards in the 35-6 win over Olympic Heights. The senior had scoring runs of 51, 14 and 7 yards. Hook holds scholarship offers from Memphis, Bowling Green and Eastern Michigan.
South Dade Senior High School
Clayton rushed for 221 yards on 19 carries scoring four touchdowns in the 42-0 win against Ferguson. The senior rushed for more than 1,100 yards last season and holds scholarship offers from UCF among other schools.
Miami Jackson High School
Flowers rushed for 116 yards and two touchdowns. He completed 12-of-20 pass attempts for 187 yards and another score in the 30-13 win against Krop. Flowers is only a sophomore.
Miami Norland High School
Brown made 10 tackles with four for a loss of yards and blocked a punt in the 23-7 win against American. The senior is a Miami commitment.
Arnold High School
Williams returned a fumble 90 yards and ran for a 77-yard touchdown in the 54-28 loss to Pace. Williams is a commitment to Alabama.
5-10, 175- pounds
Ed White High School
Green rushed for 200 yards on 12 carries scoring on runs of 12, 34 and 45 yards in the 49-28 win against Lee High School. Green is a senior.
Baker County High School
Singleton caught nine passes for 175 yards and scored two touchdowns of 32 and 55 yards in the 34-6 win over Westminster. The senior is a commitment to Southern Miss.
P.K. Yonge High School
Fields passed for 259 yards including the last 80-yard launch and the game winning two-point conversion in the 28-27 win against Williston. The junior also rushed for 75 yards on 20 carries and picked off a pass on defense.
Dr. Phillips High School
The Boise State commitment completed 13-of-26 pass attempts for 237 yards and rushed for 121 yards. He threw touchdown passes of 14 and 24 yards and ran 80 yards for a third score in the 32-21 win against the highly regarded Apopka.
Defensive back/running back
Palmetto High School
Hicks joined the offense after an injury to the starting tailback. The sophomore reeled off 262 yards and scored on runs of 11, 13, 50 and 58 yards in the 41-16 win against Riverview.
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