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Future Huskers Highlights: Week Nine

October 25, 2016

We are officially in high school playoff season in most states and it was another successful week for Nebraska recruits. Robert Porcher IV, who broke his school’s single game sack victory to lead Dr. Phillips to victory, headlined the weekend.

Willie Hampton

American Heritage (Fla.) defeated Miami Jackson (Fla.) 44-21

Willie Hampton put together another solid performance, tallying four tackles and one tackle for a loss to help lead the Patriots to a 44-21 victory. The victory kept American Heritage’s record perfect as it enters its season finale.

Season stats: 39 tackles, 10 TFL, 2 forced fumbles, 1 INT (returned for a TD)

Next week: American Heritage (8-0) will travel to Hallendale (3-5)

Jaevon McQuitty

Columbia Battle (Mo.) had a first round BYE in the Missouri Class 5A Playoffs

Season stats: 39 receptions, 854 receiving yards (21.9 yards per reception), 12 TDs

Next week: Battle (9-0) will host Raytown (3-7)

Keyshawn Johnson Jr.

Calabasas (Calif.) defeated Newbury Park (Calif.) 40-14

Keyshawn Johnson Jr. and company stayed on a roll entering the final stretch of the regular season, torching Newbury Park 40-14. Johnson tallied two catches for 46 yards and a touchdown in the victory. The victory kept Calabasas’ record perfect before entering the final two games of its season.

Season stats: 30 receptions, 515 receiving yards (17.2 yards per reception), 6 TDs

Next week: Calabasas (8-0) will host Thousand Oaks (2-6)

Tristan Gebbia

Calabasas (Calif.) defeated Newbury Park (Calif.) 40-14

Tristan Gebbia continued to pile up impressive stats as Calabasas demolished Newbury Park 40-14. Gebbia completed 18-of-23 passes for 295 yards and two touchdowns in the victory. Calabasas now enters the final two games of the season undefeated and ranked in the top 10 in the California state rankings.

Season stats: 161/226 (71.2 percent completion), 2,441 passing yards, 27 TDs, 5 INTs

Next week: Calabasas (8-0) will host Thousand Oaks (2-6)

Austin Allen

Aurora (Neb.) defeated Seward (Neb.) 48-6

Austin Allen has yet to play this season due to a knee injury suffered over the summer. He is hoping to make his season debut against York this Thursday.

Next week: Aurora (7-2) will host York (7-2) in the first round of the Class B playoffs

Brenden Jaimes

Lake Travis (Tex.) defeated Leander (Tex.) 63-0

Brenden Jaimes and his fellow starters had yet another short night, as they were pulled from the game early in the Cavaliers dominating 63-0 victory. Despite only playing one full quarter, Jaimes and teammates had over 300 yards of offense in the first 15 minutes to take a 36-0 lead into the second quarter. Jaimes’ Lake Travis team has outscored its past three opponents 181-7.

Next week: Lake Travis (7-1) will travel to face Vista Ridge (3-5)

Avery Roberts

Wilmington Concord (Del.) lost 14-7 to William Penn (Del.)

No individual stats returned for this game.

Season stats: 68 tackles, 6 sacks, 3 FF (stats current through six games)

Next week: Concord (5-2) will travel to face Wilmington Charter (1-6)

Deontre Thomas

Mustang (Okla.) defeated Putnam North (Okla.) 41-7

No individual stats were returned for this game.

Season stats: 31 tackles, 3 sacks (Stats only current through 7 games, as Thomas missed three games due to suspension)

Next week: Mustang (6-2) will face Southmoore (5-3) in a home conference game.

Matt Sichterman

Kings (Ohio) defeated Loveland (Ohio) 35-14

While no individual stats were returned, Matt Sichterman played a major role in Kings winning its fourth straight game over rival Loveland. Sichterman played a major role in paving the way for the Knights rushing attack, which gained nearly 200 yards in the victory.

Next week: Kings (7-2) will host Withrow (3-6)

Broc Bando

IMG Academy (Fla.) defeated Trinity Christian Academy (Fla.) 34-21

No individual stats were returned, but Broc Bando and his line mates helped wear down Trinity Christian Academy late, as the Ascenders tallied 28 points in the second half to win 34-21. The victory keeps IMG’s record perfect entering its cross-country battle with Long Beach Poly this Friday.

Next week: IMG (7-0) will travel to California to face Long Beach Poly (6-2)

Robert Porcher IV


Dr. Phillips (Fla.) defeated Olympia (Fla.) 24-14

Porcher turned in his best defensive performance of the season when his team needed it most, dominating the line of scrimmage in Dr. Phillipss’ hard fought victory over Olympia. Porcher set his school’s single game record for sacks with four, and the Panthers needed every one of them to stave off the upset bid. Dr. Phillips’ victory clinched the district title for the Panthers entering the final game of its season against Cypress Creek.

Season stats: 56 tackles, 23 TFL, 10 sacks, 4 PBU, 1 INT

Next week: Dr. Phillips (6-2) will travel to face Cypress Creek (3-4)

Ben Miles

Baton Rouge Catholic (La.) defeated St. Amant (La.) 31-28

Miles and his teammates pulled off their toughest victory of the season, squeaking by St. Amant 31-28. No stats were returned, but highlights of Miles’ performance are available below.

http://www.hudl.com/video/3/3354916/5721be240dcb0d12f85d37c6

Next week: Baton Rouge Catholic (8-0) travels to rival school Dutchtown (4-5)

Guy Thomas

Booker T. Washington (Fla.) defeated Miami Columbus (Fla.) 23-7

Guy Thomas and Booker T. Washington turned in the most complete performance of the season, shutting down Thomas’ old team Miami Columbus for a 23-7 victory. Thomas and his defensive teammates played a huge role in the game, forcing five turnovers and holding Columbus to a season-low seven points. The victory kept the Tornadoes hopes for a district title alive entering the season finale.

Next week: Booker T. Washington (6-3) will host Edison (6-1) with the district title on the line.

Reese Leitao

Jenks (Okla.) defeated Yukon (Okla.) 55-13

Reese Leitao and company continued their winning ways, demolishing Yukon 55-13 to push Jenks’ record to 8-0. Leitao played a huge role on both sides of the ball, helping pave the way for 325 rushing yards on offense and locking down his defensive end spot on defense, holding Yukon to just 39 rushing yards in the victory.

Season stats: 21 receptions, 259 receiving yards (12.3 yards per reception), 2 TDs

Next week: Jenks (8-0) will host Westmoore (5-3)

Deiontae Watts

Plano East (Texas) defeated Plano West (Texas) 67-17

Deiontae Watts was the man in the middle of a dominating Plano East victory as the Panthers rolled up a 67-17 victory over their cross town rivals. Watts tallied two tackles in the victory, but his impact was felt beyond the box score as the Panthers tallied a third consecutive victory. No individual stats were returned, but highlights are available below.

http://www.hudl.com/video/3/3109716/580bab537bddf74b146634cd

Season stats: 16 tackles, 4 TFL, 2 sacks, 1 PBU, 7 QB hurries

Next week: Plano East (5-3) will face its toughest task yet when Allen (8-0), the No. 8 high school team in the nation, comes to town.

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