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TDS Weekly Recruiting Roundup: Week 7

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

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And just like that, the high school football season in both Florida and Georgia is now hitting its most critical juncture as players try to push their respective teams to the postseason.

Let’s check in on some #GreenBreed19 verbal commits and see how they’re doing as the month of October rolls along...

-Jahquez Evans and his Atlanta Mays Raiders struggled last Friday night, falling 23-8 at Region 5-AAAAAA foe Douglas County.

The three-star quarterback and his team will have a second-place battle with Creekside this Friday night.

-Hometown wide receiver Leonard Parker scored a touchdown in Tampa Plant’s 41-0 beatdown of crosstown opponent Wharton last Friday night.

Through six games, the three-star prospect has 24 receptions for 427 yards and six touchdowns on offense and is averaging 21.3 yards per kick return.

The Panthers will host Leto this Friday night.

-Not a good Friday for Josh Berry and his Ridge Community Bolts, who got blown out by Bolles 35-7.

The three-star running back will return to action this Friday when hosting Gateway out of Kissimmee.

-Two-star prospect Demaurez Bellamy and his team had an open date last week after running for 94 yards and a touchdown in DeLand’s 28-7 win at Spruce Creek on Sept. 28.

Bellamy leads the team in rushing with 515 yards on 79 carries and three touchdowns on offense and has 10 tackles, four sacks, and a fumble recovery on defense.

The Bulldogs will head to Lake Mary on Thursday.

-Mainland’s Andrew Plummer IV returned an interception to the house for a pick-six and caught a touchdown pass in the Buccaneers’ 44-27 loss to Cocoa last Thursday.

Missing the first two games of the season due to injury, the three-star safety has come on for the Bucs over the past month.

“If anything, the two missed games taught me how to respect the game,” Plummer told Chris Boyle of the Daytona Beach News-Journal. “I’m trying to do everything I can to get my brothers up so we can make a deep run into the playoffs.”

Mainland will head to Palm Coast to battle Mantanzas this Friday.