Maryland Commitment Recap- 11/2-11/3
Posted Nov 4, 2012

TSR recaps how Maryland's commits performed this week.

Jalen Brooks, OLB, Suwanee, (Ga.) North Gwinnett- North Gwinnett easily handled Mountain View 49-7 to raise their record to 8-1.

Jermaine Carter, MLB (D.C.) Edison-Friendship Public Charter School- Carter had a one-yard touchdown run, but it was not enough as Friendship lost to Bergen Catholic in overtime 48-42. Friendship is now 6-3.

Shane Cockerille, QB, Baltimore (Md.) Gilman- Bye

Milan Collins, S, Forestville (Md.) Bishop McNamara- Bishop McNamara lost this week to DeMatha 58-22. Bishop McNamara is now 3-7.

Elvis Dennah, S, Annapolis (Md.) Annapolis Area Christian- Annapolis Area Christian finished off their losing regular season losing in a squeaker against Pallotti 22-20. They are 0-10.

Jajuan Dulaney- OT, Powder Springs (Ga.) McEachern- McEachern has now won seven games in a row after dismantling Harrison 61-21. McEachern is now 7-2.

Derwin Gray, OT, (D.C.) Friendship- Friendship lost a close one to Bergen Catholic in overtime 48-42. They have now lost three in a row and are 6-3.

Derrick Hayward, DE, Salisbury (Md.) Wicomico- Wicomico raised their record to 8-2 as they beat Bennett 36-21.

Andrew Isaacs, TE, Manchester (Ct.)- Isaacs scored on both sides of the ball as he caught a four-yard touchdown pass and later in the game forced a fumble as he grabbed the ball from the ball carrier and returned it 30 yards for another touchdown. Manchester went on to beat New Britain 32-8 and raise their record to 6-2.

Malik Jones, OG, Baltimore (Md.) Dunbar- Dunbar recorded their third shutout in a row and their seventh of the season as they beat Patterson 12-0. Dunbar is now 9-1.

DeAndre Lane, RB, Baltimore (Md.) Catonsville- Lane ran for 103 yards and two touchdowns as Catonsville easily defeated Parkville 32-6. Catonsville is now 7-3.

Deon Long, WR, Council Bluffs (Ia.) Iowa Western CC- Long three receiving touchdowns gave him 24 touchdowns for the season as Iowa Western once again blew out another opponent as they beat North Dakota State College of Science 65-0 in the Midwest Football Conference semifinals. They are now 10-0.

Kingsley Opara, DT, Jacksonville (Fl.) Mandarin- Opara had a sack, pass deflection and two tackles for loss but Mandarin fell to Fletcher 42-7 to fall to 3-6.

Jarrett Ross, CB, Wilmington (De.) Wilmington Charter- Wilmington Charter fell to 1-8 after being shutout by DuPont 30-0.

Jacquille Veii, CB, Bethesda (Md.) Avalon- Veii ran for 137 yards and added two rushing touchdowns as Avalon easily beat St. James 60-18. Avalon is now 6-4.

Cavon Walker, OLB, (D.C.) Friendship- Friendship fell to Bergen Catholic in overtime 48-42 to drop to 6-3.

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