|Clemson commitment tracker|
|by David Hood - Senior Writer - Sunday, August 26, 2012 4:47 PM||
CLEMSON – Several of Clemson’s 2013 and 2014 commitments played Friday night and Saturday, with a few who had big days.
Many more prospects, however, won’t begin their regular season until next week. TigerNet will try and keep you updated with the stats as we find them.
*To begin with, 2013 commit Dorian O’Daniel, playing in a nationally-televised game, powered the good Counsel attack Friday night as he finished with 20 carries for 113 yards and all three of his team’s touchdowns as Good Counsel lost 27-22 to Bishop Norman.
*2014 running back Jae’lon Oglesby led Daniel High School had 21 carries for 143 yards and a 56-yard touchdown run in Daniel’s 21-14 loss to Easley.
*Lake Marion’s Mike Williams Mike Williams
Holly Hill, SC
View Full Profile, 2013 wide receiver commit, had a big night for Lake Marion as they defeated Demark-Olar 42-0. Williams led all receivers with 10 receptions for 200 yards and scored three touchdowns in the win.
*Jadar Johnson Jadar Johnson
View Full Profile of Orangeburg-Wilkinson had three catches for 136 yards and also had an 83-yard touchdown return on an interception nullified by two O-W penalties as O-W beat Cordova 26-7.
*2013 ATH commit Jayron Kearse Jayron Kearse
Fort Myers, FL
View Full Profile of South Fort Myers had a big night for his new school. Early in the game against Gulf Coast, Kearse tipped a pass that led to an interception. A few minutes later, he hauled in a 32-yard touchdown pass and South Fort Myers beat Gulf Coast 41-0.
*Wayne Gallman Wayne Gallman
View Full Profile had a 16-yard touchdown run and Robert Nkemdiche Robert Nkemdiche
View Full Profile had a 23-yard scamper that later set up a one-yard plunge of his own as Grayson defeated McEachern 31-12 Saturday in the Georgia Dome. Gallman finished the night with 59 yards and Nkemdiche with 41.
* Ben Boulware had 17 tackles in 3 quarters in T.L. Hanna's 35-13 win over Westside.
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