Future Huskers Highlights: Week Six
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Future Huskers Highlights: Week Six

October 06, 2016

As we prepare for another round of high school football highlights, we’re taking a quick look back on how the future Nebraska Huskers performed in week six. It wasn’t quite a full week for all of the Husker commits, as Broc Bando and Brenden Jaimes both received BYE weeks. The commits that did play last Friday performed well, with Tristan Gebbia’s 500-yard passing performance being the headliner. The commits will look to keep the success coming this weekend, with several big games scheduled for Friday.

Willie Hampton

American Heritage (Fla.) defeated Stranahan (Fla.) 51-0

Willie Hampton was once again all over the field last Friday, forcing a fumble while helping Heritage shut out Stranahan 51-0. This was the Patriots second shutout of the season, as they boast a defense that is allowing just 11.6 points per game midway through the season. The victory allowe Heritage to remain unbeaten and ranked in the top 20 of the national high school rankings.

Season Stats: 25 tackles, 5 TFL, 3 FF, 1 INT (returned for a TD)

Next Week: Heritage (5-0) will host Cardinal Gibbons (5-0)

Jaevon McQuitty

Columbia Battle (Mo.) defeated Truman (Mo.) 44-36

Jaevon McQuitty had another impressive effort on Friday and the Spartans needed every bit of it to squeeze by Truman 44-36. McQuitty caught four passes for 71 yards and a touchdown while also taking a jet sweep 67 yards for another score. McQuitty has now scored 11 touchdowns on the season on just 31 touches. The victory keeps Battle undefeated entering the final stretch of its regular season.

Season Stats: Receiving: 30 receptions, 676 yards (22.5 yards per receptions) 10 TDs; Rushing: One carry, 67 yards, 1 TD

Keyshawn Johnson Jr.

Calabasas (Calif.) defeated Valencia (Calif.) 37-21

The Coyotes had one of their toughest tests of the season against Valencia, but the Coyotes were able to remain undefeated thanks to a sterling effort from Keyshawn Johnson Jr. He caught four passes for 103 yards as the Coyotes pushed their record to 6-0.

Season Stats: 23 receptions, 384 yards (16.7 yards per reception), 5 TDs

Next Week: Calabasas (6-0) will travel to face Westlake (1-5)

Tristan Gebbia

Calabasas (Calif.) defeated Valencia (Calif.) 37-21

The Coyotes remained unbeaten last Friday in no small part due to the on-field performance of Tristan Gebbia. Gebbia completed 35-of-51 passes for 503 yards and three touchdowns while also rushing for 40 yards and another score. The victory pushed Calabasas’ record to 6-0 and saw the team reach the top 30 in California’s state rankings.

Season Stats: 122/179 (68.1% completion percentage), 1,887 yards, 22 TDs, 5 INTs

Next Week: Calabasas (6-0) travels to face Westlake (1-5)

Austin Allen

Aurora (Neb.) defeated Crete (Neb.) 43-29

Austin Allen still has yet to play this season after suffering a knee injury over the summer. He is hoping to be back for the state playoffs.

Next Week: Aurora (4-2) will travel to face York (5-1)

Brenden Jaimes

Lake Travis had a BYE this week.

Next Week: Lake Travis (4-1) will host Westlake (5-1) in one of Texas’ best high school rivalry games

Avery Roberts

Concord (Del.) defeated Appoquinimink (Del.) 30-0

Avery Roberts had another great performance on Friday, tallying 14 tackles and two sacks as Concord shut out Appoquinimink 30-0. In just four games, Roberts has already tallied 41 tackles and 5 sacks.

Season Stats: 41 tackles, 9 TFL, 5 Sacks, 2 FF

Next Week: Concord (4-0) will face Newark (1-3) on the road

Deontre Thomas

Mustang (Okla.) lost to Norman North (Okla.) 54-9

No individual stats returned at this time.

Next Week: Mustang (3-2) will host Edmond North (0-5)

Matt Sichterman

Kings (Ohio) lost to Turpin (Ohio) 27-7

No offensive line stats returned at this time.

Next Week: Kings (4-2) will host Milford (2-4)

Broc Bando

IMG Academy had a BYE this week.

Next Week: IMG (5-0) will look to remain unbeaten, hosting Southern Lab (4-2)

Robert Porcher IV

Dr. Phillips (Fla.) defeated Oak Ridge (Fla.) 45-0

Robert Porcher IV and Dr. Phillips ended a two game losing skid by dismantling Oak Ridge 45-0. Porcher tallied five tackles, two tackles for a loss, one sack and one pass breakup in the victory.

The win pushed Dr. Phillips’ record to 4-2 entering its rivalry game with Freedom High.

Season Stats: 39 tackles, 11 TFL, 3 sacks, 4 PBU

Next Week: Dr. Phillips (4-2) will host Freedom (1-4)

Ben Miles

BR-Catholic (La.) defeated St. Teurlings Catholic (La.) 31-14

No individual stats have been returned at this time.

Next Week: BR-Catholic (6-0) will travel to face East Ascension (0-4)

Guy Thomas

Booker T. Washington (Fla.) defeated Keys Gate (Fla.) 28-6

No individual stats have been returned at this time.

Next Week: Booker T. Washington (4-2) will travel to face Miami Northwestern (5-1) in a huge Miami area matchup.

Reese Leitao

Jenks (Okla.) defeated Broken Arrow (Okla.) 62-24

Reese Leitao and company were able to take it easy on Friday, as the Trojans crushed Broken Arrow 62-24. Despite limited snaps, Leitao still managed one reception for 32 yards while tallying three tackles from his defensive end position. The victory pushed Jenks to 6-0 on the season and saw the team rise to No. 11 in the national high school rankings.

Season Stats: 18 receptions, 236 yards (13.1 yards per reception), 2 TDs

Next Week: Jenks (6-0) will hit the road to face Edmond Memorial (3-3)

Deiontae Watts

Plano East (Texas) lost to Denton Guyer (Texas) 34-6

No individual stats have been returned.

Next Week: Plano East (2-3) will travel to take on Boyd (0-5)

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