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September 16, 2013Football season is in full swing, and future Wolverines continue to make an impact for their respective high schools.
Linebacker Michael Ferns' 15-tackle performance and quarterback Wilton Speight's 300-yard, four-touchdown passing outburst highlight a group of commitments that continue to bully foes on both sides of the ball.
Ian Bunting: Bunting did not record a reception, but Hinsdale Central (2-1) rushed for 332 yards in a 30-7 win over York Bunting has three receptions for 15 yards (5.0 yards per reception) this year The Red Devils host Proviso West Sept. 20.
Juwan Bushell-Beatty: Bushell-Beatty's work in the trenches allowed Paramus Catholic (2-0) to gain 414 yards of total offense in a 30-8 conquest of Delbarton The Knights are home against DePaul Sept. 21.
Freddy Canteen: Canteen grabbed two touchdown passes, including a 48-yarder, to keep Eastern Christian Academy (2-1) close, but the Honey Badgers were nipped by St. Peter's Prep 35-32 Eastern Christian Academy looks to rebound at Maplewood Sept. 27.
Mason Cole: Cole controlled the line of scrimmage for an East Lake (3-0) offense that rushed for 183 yards and four touchdowns in a 48-0 lambasting of Dunedin The Eagles are averaging 241.3 rushing yards per game this year East Lake makes the trek to Clearwater Sept. 20.
Michael Ferns: Ferns was all over the field for St. Clairsville (3-0) during its 27-0 victory over Renaissance Christian, making 15 tackles, forcing a fumble and adding a 32-yard touchdown run on offense Ferns has stopped 30 ball carriers and forced a fumble this season on defense, and rumbled for 188 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries (9.4 yards per carry) and caught five passes for 91 yards (18.2 yards per reception) on offense The Red Devils travel to Martins Ferry Sept. 20.
Noah Furbush: Furbush was in on 10 tackles, including three sacks, to spearhead a stingy Kenton (3-0) defense in a 66-14 triumph of Memorial This season, Furbush has notched 27 tackles, including nine for loss and five sacks The Wildcats return to action at Van Wert Sept. 20.
Drake Harris: Harris missed his third-straight game for Grand Rapids Christian (2-1) with a hamstring injury, but the Eagles still eased past Kenowa Hills 27-10 Harris is not expected to play when Grand Rapids Christian journeys to Hudsonville Sept. 20.
Lawrence Marshall: Marshall only saw action in the first quarter of Southfield's (2-1) 48-0 blowout win over Bloomfield Hills, but still managed four tackles, a sack and a forced fumbled Marshall has recorded nine sacks this season The Bluejays are at Oak Park Sept. 20.
Bryan Mone: Mone made just two tackles, but Highland (3-1) dominated Kearns 35-14 This season, Mone registered 10 tackles, including two for loss and a sack The Rams are on the road at East Sept. 20.
Brady Pallante: Pallante was a monster in the middle for Barron Collier's (2-0) defense, making eight tackles and a sack in the Cougar's 42-13 shellacking of Golden Gate Pallante boasts 20 tackles, including three tackles for loss and a sack this season Barron Collier aims to stay undefeated at home against Immokalee Sept. 20.
Jabrill Peppers: Peppers stockpiled 116 rushing yards, including an 80-yard touchdown run, on 10 carries (11.5 yards per carry), a one-yard touchdown reception, an interception and five tackles to spark Paramus Catholic (2-0) to a 30-18 victory over Delbarton This season, Peppers has carried the ball 15 times for 158 yards (10.5 yards per carry) and a score, caught four passes for 58 yards (14.5 yards per reception) and three touchdowns, tallied nine tackles and intercepted a pass The Knights battle DePaul at home Sept. 21.
Wilton Speight: Speight threw for 315 yards and four touchdowns to lead The Collegiate School (2-0) to a 35-21 win over Benedictine This season, Speight has sliced through opposing defenses for 597 yards and seven scores The Cougars welcome Woodberry Forest Sept. 20.
Jared Wangler: Wangler contributed four tackles and a five-yard catch, but saw limited action because of De La Salle's (1-1) early dominance in a 42-14 victory Wangler has stuffed 17 ball carriers and snagged four passes for 32 yards (8.0 yards per reception) this season The Pilots clash with Brother Rice on the road Sept. 21.
Brandon Watson: Watson collected three tackles and intercepted a pass, but Eastern Christian Academy (2-1) fell to St. Peters Prep 35-32 ... Watson has brought down 14 ball carriers, intercepted two passes and returned a fumble for a score this year The Eagles hope to get back on track at Maplewood Sept. 27.
Maurice Ways: Ways was limited to a 30-yard reception, and Country Day (0-3) remained winless in a 20-14 loss to Loyola Ways has totaled 283 yards and three touchdowns on 14 receptions (20.1 yards per reception) this year The Yellowjackets are at home against Pershing Sept. 20.
Chase Winovich: Winovich continued his ironman exploits, making seven tackles, including three sacks, blocking an extra point, and throwing and rushing for a touchdown to guide Thomas Jefferson (3-0) to a 45-12 decimation of Hollidaysburg This season, Winovich has assembled 22 tackles, six tackles for loss, five sacks, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, and six offensive touchdowns The Jaguars look to protect their home field against Trinity Sept. 20.
George Campbell: Campbell tracked down three passes for 60 yards (20.0 yards per reception) and a touchdown to ignite East Lake's (3-0) 48-0 destruction of Dunedin Campbell has caught five passes for 143 yards (28.6 yards per reception) and two scores on the year The Eagles invade Clearwater Sept. 20.
Shaun Crawford: St. Edward (3-0) shut out Woodson 49-0 The Eagles take on Elder at home Sept. 21.
Andrew David: David was perfect on five extra point attempts, booted four kickoffs into the endzone for touchbacks, and averaged 40.0 yards on four punts in Massillon's (3-0) 35-14 win over Harding The Tigers return home for a skirmish with Lake Catholic Sept. 20.
Damien Harris: Harris sprinted for 146 yards and one touchdown on 20 carries (7.3 yards per carry), and Madison Southern (4-0) survived a 21-19 scare by Paul Laurence Dunbar In four games this season, Harris has run for 1,057 yards (264.3 yards per game) and 14 scores, and has also returned a kickoff for a touchdown The Eagles return to the gridiron Sept. 27 at South Laurel.
Tyree Kinnel: Kinnel was in on five tackles and Wayne's (2-1) was dropped by Lakota West 31-27 On the season, Kinnel has taken down 15 runners The Warriors are home against Xenia Sept. 20.
John Runyan, Jr.: St. Joseph's (2-1) offense gained 433 yards, including 259 on the ground, in a 35-6 dismantling of North Penn The Hawks greet Roman Catholic Sept. 28.