Monday, November 21, 2011

Marshall Football: Verbal Commitment Watch, Week 14

The Marshall Thundering Blog looks back on last weeks high school football action and reviews the performance of each Marshall University verbal commitment.

1. Tyler Combs, OL, Lawrence County High School (KY)

Season over, Lawrence County finished with a 5-7 record.

2. Devon Johnson, LB/RB, Richlands High School (VA)

After a week one bye in Virginia’s AA playoffs Richlands defeated Tunstall 58-7 Friday night. Devon Johnson rushed 17 times for 197 yards and three touchdowns during the win.

Read about the game here.

3. Trenton Norvell, QB, Seabreeze High School (FL)

Trenton Norvell’s high school football career ended Friday night in a 37-15 loss to Winter Haven. Despite losing Norvell had a good game, completing 17 of 31 passes for 193 yards and two touchdowns.

Read about the game here.

4. Ryan Riedel, LB, Cabell Midland High School (WV)

Cabell Midland exited the AAA West Virginia playoffs Friday evening with a 41-8 loss to Bridgeport. Former Marshall offensive lineman Luke Salmons ends his first season as Knights head coach with a 8-4 record.

Read about the game here.

5. Antonio Wells, DE, Magna Vista High School (VA)

In a overtime thriller Magna Vista defeated Salem 36-35 Friday night. The win advances Magna Vista to the Region IV, Division 4 final next week, where they will play top-seed Christiansburg.

Read about Magna Vista’s overtime win here.

6. Matt Cincotta, LS/LB, Charlotte Catholic High School (NC)

Despite trailing at halftime for the first time all season Charlotte Catholic beat A.L Brown High School 35-9 Friday night.

Read about the game here.

7. Cameron Dees, OL, Armwood High School (FL)

Armwood narrowly avoided an upset Friday night as the nationally ranked football program came from behind to beat Lakewood Ranch 31-28. Cameron Dees and the Armwood offensive line sprung quarterback Alvin Bailey for a 65 yard touchdown run on the Hawks last offensive possession to seal a victory.

Read about the game here.

8. Zach Hall, OL, Port Charlotte High School (FL)

Port Charlotte’s season came to an end Friday night with a 56-7 playoff loss to Fort Pierce Central.

Read about the game here.

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