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TDS Weekly Recruiting Roundup: Week 6

Follow along as we check in with some of USF football’s Class of 2019 verbal commits as they play through their senior seasons in high school.

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We’re back with another edition of our weekly recruiting roundup, where we take a look at how some of USF’s #GreenBreed19 verbal commits are doing under the Friday Night Lights.

-Xavier Weaver and his Orlando Christian Prep Warriors picked up a 28-18 homecoming win over Holy Trinity last Friday to bring their record to 3-2 on the season.

The three-star wideout has 16 receptions for 242 yards and four touchdowns on the year on offense and 20 tackles and a pass breakup on defense.

OCP will travel to Space Coast on Friday.

-Three-star Camden County (GA) wide receiver Logan Berryhill have been a bit of a surprise team in Coastal Georgia so far, getting off to a 5-1 start on the season.

The Wildcats took down power Glynn Academy out of Brunswick with a 20-9 win last Thursday.

Berryhill has 14 receptions for 247 yards and three touchdowns on the season. Camden County will host Colleton County out of South Carolina this Friday night.

-Staying in south Georgia, three-star Brooks County defensive end Tae’Aviion Gray and his Trojans took down B.E.S.T Academy out of Atlanta for a 37-12 home ‘W’ last Friday. Through three games played this year according to MaxPreps, Gray has 11 tackles and two forced fumbles.

Brooks County will open Region 1-AA play against rival Thomasville this Friday night.

-Thomas Nance and his Lake Region Thunder are 0-6 on the year but who cares, check out his photoshop skills.

And on a more sentimental note, this was his back plate from their game versus Lake Gibson last week.

The three-star athlete and his team will try for their first win of the season this Friday versus Mulberry.

-Brian Dillard played a vital role in Lake Weir’s 42-28 win over South Lake last week.

Tied 14-14 late in the second, the USF pledge took a bubble screen 46-yards to the house to give the Hurricanes a seven-point lead heading into the half.

The three-star defensive back would make an impact on the defensive side of the ball coming out of the locker rooms, forcing a fumble which allowed Lake Weir to establish a two-score advantage.

The 352-product has been outstanding on both sides of the ball through six games, piling up 38 tackles, an interception, and a fumble recovery on defense and 31 receptions for 816 yards and seven touchdowns on offense.

Not playing in that game was fellow USF commit Kelley Joiner Jr., who had put up ridiculous numbers for South Lake before going down with an injury a few weeks back.

Lake Weir will try to end an eight-game losing streak at crosstown rival Forest this Friday.