We didn’t do a recruiting roundup last week so you’re getting two for the price of one today!
Let’s dive in as the high school football regular seasons in both Florida and Georgia wrap up this week.
ICYMI, Jacksonville First Coast cornerback Gelique Williams verbally committed to USF last week. His Buccaneers fell 37-27 to District 2-7A foe Columbia last Thursday and will host Florida A&M High School this Friday.
-Rattling off five straight wins to close the regular season, WR Xavier Weaver and his Orlando Christian Prep Warriors earned a first-round bye in the Sunshine State Athletic Conference playoffs last week and will host Christ’s Church this Friday in the second round.
Weaver had 434 yards on 27 receptions and seven touchdowns throughout the regular season per MaxPreps.
-Heading up I-95 into Georgia, Camden County wideout Logan Berryhill and his Wildcats have dropped two straight Region 1-AAAAAAA contests. Falling behind 28-7 at Lowndes in Valdosta last Friday, the team mounted a furious fourth-quarter comeback only to see their two-point conversion attempt to take the lead fail.
DO NOT SAY WE LOST BECAUSE OF A COACH IF ITS ANYBODY FAULT ITS MINE I SHOULD OF CAUGHT THOSE TWO PASSES AND WE WOULDNT OF BEEN IN THAT SITUATION— Logan Berryhill (@loganberryhill7) October 27, 2018
Berryhill has 438 yards on 26 receptions and six touchdowns this season. Camden Co. closes the regular season versus Tift Co. this Friday.
-Moving west to Quitman, GA, Tae’Aviion Gray helped Brooks County clinch the Region 1-AA title with a 28-27 win over Fitzgerald last Friday.
The three-star defensive end and his Trojans will close the regular season at Berrien this Friday.
-Thomas Nance and his Lake Region Thunder remain winless on the season, falling to 0-9 with a 60-23 loss versus Auburndale last week.
Spectrum Sports’ Chris Torello did an interesting profile on the three-star athlete that you should check out below.
Nance and his team will close out the regular season at Liberty next Friday.
-Ocala Lake Weir corner Brian Dillard has had a monster season on both sides of the ball and its starting to earn him some accolades.
Congrats to our Senior Brian Dillard for being named the 6A Player of the Year from FACA District 7. Through 8 games Brian has caught 40 passes for 959 Yards and 8 TDs and has made 62 Tackles, 12 TFLs, 4 Forced Fumbles, 1 INT and 1 Fumble Recovery.— Lake Weir Football (@lwhurricanes) October 21, 2018
BRIAN DILLARD GOES WAY UP. 1&10 for Lake Weir from the 15. pic.twitter.com/GD4Rn1uiwy— Ainslie Lee (@ainsliewrites) October 13, 2018
The three star would become the first player in program history to cross the 1,000 yard receiving threshold in the Hurricanes’ 47-21 romp of Leesburg last Friday.
LW closes the regular season versus Citrus this Friday.
-Back to the Peach State where three-star Atlanta Mays quarterback Jahquez Evans helped his team secure a postseason bid with a 40-17 stomping of Alexander last Friday.
A win over Northgate this Friday would clinch at-least the three-seed our of Region 5-AAAAAA for the Raiders.
-Tampa Plant receiver Leonard Parker aided his Panthers in a 42-0 destruction of Wiregrass Ranch last Friday.
The #BayMade product has 509 yards on 31 receptions and seven touchdowns on offense and 12 tackles with an INT on defense.
Torello shows up once again with a profile on Parker.
WEDNESDAY WEB EXCLUSIVE @PlantFootball ATH Leonard Parker (@leopar3235) is making some head-turning plays this season!— CHRIS TORELLO (@TorelloSports) October 17, 2018
He is also committed to #USF and can't wait to play for his hometown team!
️⬇️ #HornsUp #GreenBreed19 #BullStrong @BN9 @813Preps #TampaBay #Tampa pic.twitter.com/M2Jir0iwBW
Plant wraps up their regular season at Newsome this Friday.
-Davenport Ridge Community running back Josh Berry and his Bolts won their second straight outing with a 14-0 win over Haines City last week.
They will close the season at Winter Haven this Friday.
Defensively, Bellamy has four sacks and a forced fumble this season. On offense, he leads the team with 767 rushing yards on 118 carries and five touchdowns.
DeLand will host Seabreeze to close their regular season.
-Mainland safety Andrew Plummer IV caught a touchdown pass in the Buccaneers’ 43-0 District 13-6A clinching shutout of Seabreeze last week.
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