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TDS Weekly Recruiting Roundup: Week 3

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Follow along as we check in with some of USF football’s Class of 2019 verbal commits as they begin 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.

A couple of Class of 2019 prospects were in attendance of the Bulls’ 49-38 victory over Georgia Tech on Saturday, including Miami Norland verbals Joshua Blanchard and Darius Williams.

-A late blocked field goal doomed three-star wide receiver Xavier Weaver’s Orlando Christian Prep team to a 20-15 loss to The First Academy last Friday.

Through three games this season, Weaver has 11 receptions for 150 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively, he has 17 tackles and a breakup.

The Warriors will travel to IMG this Friday.

-Three-star Camden County (GA) wideout Logan Berryhill caught a touchdown pass last Friday as his Wildcats went up to the Savannah area to dominate Richmond Hill for a 33-6 win.

Through three games this season, Berryhill is averaging 15.6 yards per catch, hauling in nine receptions for 140 yards and a touchdown.

Camden Co. will travel to Brunswick this Friday.

-Staying in south Georgia, three-star Brooks County defensive end Tae’Aviion Gray and his Class AA Trojans took down Class AAAAA Bainbridge 15-13 last week.

He then watched the Bulls come from behind to beat in-state Georgia Tech the following afternoon.

Brooks County will travel to Dublin, GA this Friday.

-Three-star Lake Region ATH Thomas Nance and his team led Lakeland Jenkins early last Friday, but couldn’t hold on as the fell behind for an eventual 44-13 defeat.

Nance and company will travel to Sebring on Friday.

-Brian Dillard and his Ocala Lake Weir Hurricanes have gotten off to a quick 3-0 start to the season, destroying Eustis 45-6 last week.

The three-star defensive back has 12 tackles, two for loss, and an interception on the season so far. He also leads the team in receiving with 13 receptions for 413 yards and four touchdowns.

Lake Weir will host Gainesville this Friday.