Michigan Football: Wolverine Commit Stats Week Five -- 10/2/13

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Michigan Football: Wolverine Commit Stats Week Five — 10/2/13

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Here is a breakdown of the Michigan Wolverine commits and prospects.

Week five is in the books for most of  the Wolverine 2014 and 2015 football commits.  2015 commit RB Damien Harris is back to loading up the scoreboard, and 11 commits teams remain unbeaten heading into week 6.

Middle linebacker Michael Ferns‘ team St. Clairsville High School are 5-0 after blanking  Indian Creek (Wintersville, OH) 21-0. Ferns had a monster day on defense tallying 20 tackles, he also had two receptions for 39 yards (19.5 ypc0 and a TD, rushed for 39 yards on 7 carries (5.6 ypc) and a TD, and broke up a fake punt.  Mike has 5 receptions for 87 yards (17.4 ypc) and three TDs, 157 yards on 27 carries (5.8 ypc) and a TD, 62 tackles, 6 TFLs, and a forced fumble for the season.

Quarterback Wilton Speight eclipsed the 1,000 yards passing mark in a 31-12 away victory Episcopal (Alexandria, VA) and the Collegiate School remains perfect at 4-0.  Wilton had 18 completions on 29 passing attempts (62.1%) for 247 yards and 3 TDs, he also registered his second pick.  Speight’s numbers for the season are 67 of 130 (51.5%) passing for 1,104 yards (16.5 yds avg) and 13 TDs,  57 yards rushing,  and two interceptions.

Defensive tackle  Bryan Mone and Highland High School got back in winning column with a defeat of Clearfield (Clearfield, UT) 16-8 and are now 4-2.  Mone had 3 tackles; his season stats include 21 tackles, 3 TFL, and 3 sacks.

2014 and 2015 teammate Michigan commits OT Mason Cole, WR George Campbell, and the East Lake High School are still unblemished with a 5-0 record after trouncing Tarpon Springs (Tarpon Springs, FL) 49-6. There are no stats for Cole, Campbell had six receptions for 123 yards (20.5 ypc) and  a touchdown receiving , and has 13 reception for approximately 323 yards(24.8 ypc) and 4 TDs, 9 tackles and 5 sacks on defense for the season, and  a recent interview discusses the talented duo.

WR Drake Harris is apparently still out with an injury; however, Grand Rapids Christian High School defeated East Grand Rapids (Grand Rapids, MI) 28-17 to boost their record to 4-1.

TE Ian Bunting and  Hinsdale Central High School registered their second loss 37-7 Glenbard West (Glen Ellyn, IL) and are 3-2 on the season. Ian got zero touches on offense but had 3 tackles, 1 sack, and 1 fumble recovery on defense, his season stats are 3 reception for 17 yards (5.7 ypc), 3 tackles, 2 sacks, a TFL, and 1 fumble recovery.

Detroit Country Day School and WR commit Maurice Ways registered their second victory 34-7 on the road Escanaba (Escanaba, MI) and are 2-3 so far.  Ways had 5 catches for 100 yards (20.0 ypc), and one touchdown.  On the season Maurice has 19 catches for 393 yards (20.7 ypc), and three TDs.

Southfield High School DE commit Lawrence Marshall had a sack in a tough 20-19 victory during and away contest Harrison (Farmington Hills, MI) improving their record to 4-1. Lawrence has 27 tackles, a forced fumble, 5 sacks,  16 TFLs, a fumble recovery, and a safety for the season.

2014 Paramus Catholic High School teammates OT Juwan Bushell-Beatty and CB Jabrill Peppers continue to dominate opponents, this time defeating Ohio power St. Ignatius (Cleveland, OH) in an away game 44-10 and remain perfect at 5-0.  Juwan still has no stats available; Peppers had a hip pointer early in 1st quarter that kept him out most of the first half, but still made a TD reception, and had a couple of pass breakups. On the year Jabril has recorded 213 yards rushing on 19 attempts (11.2 ypc) and three TDs, 108 yards receiving  and five TDs, 12 tackles,  1 TFL, and two INTs including a pick six.

Linebacker Chase Winovich and  Thomas Jefferson High School are 5-0 and shutting out Albert Gallatin (Uniontown, PA) in an away game by the score of 49-0. Chase ran for 130 yards on only two carries — touchdowns of 55 and 75 yards, and had 4 tackles.  Winovich has 39 tackles, 6 sacks, 7 TFL, a fumble recovery, a forced fumble, 3 blocked punts, seven rushing scores, and two TD passes.

2014 commits Corner Brandon Watson, and WR Freddy Canteen and Eastern Christian Academy had a huge 60-20 victory in an out of state game against Maplewood (Nashville, TN) and are now 4-1.  Watson tallied four tackles, and Canteen made 8 catches for  90 yards (11.3 ypc) and two touchdowns. On the season Canteen has six TD receptions, and Watson 18 tackles, 2 interceptions, and fumble return TD.

Outside Backer commit Noah Furbush registered a fumble recovery in a 46-0 lopsided defeat of Shawnee (Lima, OH) allowing Kenton High School to remain undefeated at 5-0.  For the season Noah has 19 tackles, including 8 tackles for loss, a safety, a fumble recovery, and four sacks.

2104 OLB commit Jared Wangler‘s De La Salle Collegiate High School won a 7-0 close contest St. Mary Prep (Orchard Lake, MI) to improve to a winning record of 3-2. Wangler had 4 tackles, on the season Jared has 28 tackles, including two for a loss, and a sack; and 13 receptions for 143 yards (11.0 ypc).

Barron Collier High School and potential grayshirt 2014/15 DT commit Brady Pallante lost their second game this one to Fort Myers (Fort Myers, FL) 34-12 and are now .500 for the season at 2-2.  Brady registered a 26-yard fumble recovery touchdown in the game, and has 12 tackles, including two for a loss for the season, and a FR touchdown on the season.

Washington Massillon High School and Michigan 2015 Kicker commit Andrew David are perfect 5-0 defeating Steubenville (Steubenville, OH) on the road 37-21.  Andrew made 6 kickoffs for 354 (59.0 avg), was 0 for 1 FGs (51 yard attempt), and 4 of 4 PATs. He played one game at QB and went 7-of-10 passing for 59 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown pass; 1 of 5 field goal attempts (20.0 percent), with a 20-yard long, and 10 punts for 377 yards (37.7 avg), 21 kickoffs for 1,213 (57.8 avg), 16 made PATS (1 blocked and 1 missed).

2015 OT commit Jon Runyan Jr. and the 3-1 St. Joseph’s Prep School defeated Roman Catholic (Philadelphia, PA) 42-7. No stats game or season have been found for Runyan.

2015 running back commit Damien Harris and Madison Southern High School exit week five undefeated at 5-0 after a  47-7  win @ South Laurel (London, KY). Harris had nine carries for 122 yards  (13.6 ypc) and four touchdowns. On the season he has 913 yards on 75 carries (12.2 ypc) with 17 rushing TDs, a 60-yard TD on a kickoff return; and a blocked PAT on special teams.

2015 corner Shaun Crawford and Saint Edward High School trounced Pennsylvania’s McDowell (Erie, PA) 56-7 to remain perfect at 5-0. Crawford had a 56 yard punt return TD called back on a penalty,  made 3 catches for 56 yards (18.7 ypc),  had 98 rushing yards on seven carries (14 ypc) including a 66 yard TD run, and a blocked field goal on special teams. On the season he has 263 yards rushing and 3 TDs, 122 yards receiving, a blocked punt, a blocked PAT, a blocked FG, 7 tackles, and a 63 yard punt return TD.

2015 Safety commit Tyree Kinnel and Wayne High School won Butler (Vandalia, OH) 54-27 and are 4-1 for the season.  Tyree made six tackles; and an 85 yard pick-six interception in the game, Kinnel has 21 tackles and a pick-six on the season.

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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