Michigan Football: Wolverine Commit Stats Week Two -- 9/11/13

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Michigan Football: Wolverine Commit Stats Week Two — 9/11/13

Another week is in the books for Wolverine 2014 and 2015 football commits.  Once again RB Damien Harris shined like a diamond, and QB Wilton Speight opened his season a winner.

Middle linebacker Michael Ferns‘ team St. Clairsville High School team had a bye-week, and next takes on an undefeated Martins Ferry (Martins Ferry, OH) in an away game on the 20th of September. His current available season stats are 3 receptions for 48 yards (16 ypc).

Wilton+SpeightQuarterback Wilton Speight and the Collegiate School opened their 2013 season as winners defeating Trinity Episcopal (Richmond, VA) 43-14. In the match Speight went 14 of 28 (50.0%) passing for 282 yards (19.5 yds avg) and 3 TDs, and 57 yards rushing.

Defensive tackle Bryan Mone‘s team Highland High School took their week two loss in stride with a rebound win against Herriman (West Herriman, UT) in a tough defensive battle that resulted in a 7-3 score, and his team is now 2-1.  Mone only recorded one tackle, and his season stats include 8 tackles, 2 TFL, and 3 sacks. Remember he also plays on the offensive line.

2014 and 2015 teammate Michigan commits OT Mason Cole, WR George Campbell, and the East Lake High School continued their unblemished season with 22-0 blanking of Largo (Largo, FL) for a perfect 2-0 start. There are stats for Cole (as is normally the plight of the Big Man), however it was noted that offensive line, led by Michigan oral commitment Mason Cole, wore down the smaller Packers.  Campbell tallied 4 sacks, 2 receptions for 22 yards (11 ypc) against Largo, and has a season accumulative stats of 3 receptions for 93 yards (31 ypc) and a TD reception, whil tallying 5 sacks on defense.

WR Drake Harris is still sidelined with an injury but his Grand Rapids Christian High School team I am sure is missing his talents after a loss to Muskegon (Muskegon, MI) by a score of 35-13, which dropped the Grand Rapids record to 1-1.

Ian Bunting 3Tight-end Ian Bunting and his Hinsdale Central High School evened their record to 1-1 with a 36-14 defeat of Addison Trail (Addison, IL).  Ian caught two receptions for 10 yards (5.0 ypc) and had a tackle for loss of defense.  His season stats are 3 reception for 17 yards (5.7 ypc) and a TFL.

Detroit Country Day School WR commit Maurice Ways have yet to taste victory in the 2013 season dropping to an 0-2 record with a tough one-point loss University of Detroit Jesuit (Detroit, MI)  28-27. However, Ways had an excellent showing recording eight catches for 102 yards (12.8 ypc) including a 44 yard TD reception.  Ways has made 13 catches for 266 yards (20.5 ypc), and two TDs in total.

Southfield High School and DE commit Lawrence Marshall righted the ship after a week one loss to the defending state champs with an away game drubbing of Farmington (Farmington, MI) by a score of 38-7, and knotted up their season record at 1-1. Lawrence had four sacks and a safety. in the game, and a season total of 6 sacks and a safety.

Jabrill Peppers2014 Paramus Catholic High School teammates OT Juwan Bushell-Beatty and CB Jabrill Peppers started their official season in winning fashion vs. Gilman (Baltimore, MD) defeating them by a score of 28-0.  Juwan stats are unknown, but Peppers fell just shy of the century mark with 99 yards rushing on 9 attempts (11 ypc) and two TDs.

Linebacker Chase Winovich and his Thomas Jefferson High School remain a perfect 2-0 on the season with a 42-0 schlacking versus Elizabeth Forward (Elizabeth, PA). Chase put up an 80 yard TD run, and 36 yard TD pass at QB, and made 6 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and a forced fumble on defense.  On the season play both ways Winovich has making 15 tackles, two sacks, 1 TFL, a fumble recovery, a forced fumble, four rushing scores, and one TD pass.

Duo 2014 commits Corner Brandon Watson, and WR Freddy Canteen from Eastern Christian Academy continue their winning ways against challengers from all over the country, this time decimating Madison County (Madison, FL) in Florida to raise their record to 3-0 with a 36-6 victory.  Cannot find any stats for the game, and a very limited findings for the duo for the season with Watson having 1 pick, and on fumble recovery TD; and Canteen providing two TD receptions.

Noah FurbushKenton High School Outside Backer commit Noah Furbush had an excellent showing in week two helping his team defeat Wapakoneta (Wapakoneta, OH) at home by a score of 52-16, and a perfect 2-0 record.  Furbush had nine tackles, including four for loss and three sacks, on the season he has amassed 15 tackles, including six tackles for loss and four sacks.

2104 OLB commit Jared Wangler‘s De La Salle Collegiate High School is 0-1 on the season, and had a bye-week this week.  They take on their next challenger Chandler Park Academy (Harper Woods, MI) on the 14th of september.  For the season Wangler has 13 tackles, two for a loss, and a sack; and on offense three receptions for 28 yards (9.3 ypc).

Barron Collier High School and potential grayshirt 2014/15 DT commit Brady Pallante had a bye-week and will defend their 1-0 record against Golden Gate (Naples, FL)  on the 13th of September.  Brady has 12 tackles, including two for a loss for the season.

It appears Washington Massillon High School and Michigan 2015 Kicker commit Andrew David time at quarterback was short-lived and he is back handling the whole kicking detail.  He and his teammates defeated GlenOak (Canton, OH) by a score of 23-20, and a record of 2-0.  Andrew was 1 of 4 field goal attempts (25.0 percent), with a 20-yard long, had 2 punts for 84 yards (42.0 avg), 3 kickoffs for 171 (57.0 avg), and two extra points – had one PAT blocked. for the season he is 7-of-10 passing for 59 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown pass; 1 of 4 field goal attempts (25.0 percent), with a 20-yard long, and 1 of 4 field goal attempts (25.0 percent), with a 20-yard long, and 2 punts for 84 yards (42.0 avg), 3 kickoffs for 171 (57.0 avg).

2015 OT commit Jon Runyan Jr. and the team from St. Joseph’s Prep School dropped their second game to even the record book at 1-and-1, with a loss at powerhouse Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, NJ) 42-0. No stats game or season have been found for Runyan.

Damien HarrisMeanwhile 2015 running back commit Damien Harris and the team from Madison Southern High School continue to make it do what it do.  Southern defeated Whitley County (Williamsburg, KY) by a score of 34-27, and are now 3-0. In typical fashion Harris put up gaudy numbers, rushing for 315 yards on 31 carries (10.2 ypc)n and three TDs – only game three and he is nearing the 1k mark.  On the season Harris has 791 yards on 66 carries (11.9 ypc) with 13 rushing TDs, and a 60-yard TD on a kickoff return.

Cornerback Shaun Crawford a 2015 commit and his Saint Edward High School teammates continue undefeated at 2-0with a blood-letting defeat of Buchtel (Akron, OH) 63-8. Crawford played both ways, but no stats were available.  The minimal stats available for Crawford on the season are one blocked punt, and one blocked PAT.

2015 Safety commit Tyree Kinnel and Wayne High School have a perfect 2-0 season record with a defeat of Lincoln (Gahanna, OH) by a score of 62-28.  There where no game or seasonal stats available.

Hope you enjoyed, it is purely informational, and to be taken with less than a grain of salt because of limited information available.

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