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September 30, 2013Linebacker Michael Ferns evaded both blocks and tackles, making 20 stops and scoring twice on offense, and 2015 receiver George Campbell topped the 100-yard receiving mark in a breakout performance.
Here is a closer look at how the future of Michigan football fared last weekend ...
Ian Bunting: Hinsdale Central (4-1) did not complete a pass during its 31-0 victory over Proviso Bunting has caught five passes for 15 yards (5.0 yards per reception) this season The Red Devils welcome Lyons Oct. 5.
Juwan Bushell-Beatty: Bushell-Beatty blocked for a Paramus Catholic (4-0) offense that amassed 393 yards of total offense in a 44-10 destruction of St. Ignatius The Knights are averaging 34.3 points per game in 2013 Paramus Catholic returns to action Oct. 12 at home against St. Mark's.
Freddy Canteen: Canteen made five catches for 90 yards (18.0 yards per reception) and two touchdowns for a potent Eastern Christian Academy (4-1) passing game in a 60-20 rout of Maplewood The Honey Badgers combat Canada Prep Football Academy at home Oct. 4
Mason Cole: Cole's efforts in the trenches allowed East Lake (5-0) to outgain Tarpon Springs 410-132 in a 49-6 victory This season, the Eagles have outscored foes 229-22 East Lake hosts Seminole Oct. 5.
Michael Ferns: Ferns anchored St. Clairsville's (5-0) defense with 20 tackles, and added two offensive touchdowns in a 21-0 win over Indian Creek This season, Ferns has notched 61 tackles, including five for loss, and forced a fumble The Red Devils will enjoy home-field advantage against Harrison Central Oct. 4.
Noah Furbush: Furbush stockpiled 10 tackles, including one tackle for loss, to lead Kenton (5-0) to a 46-0 shutout of Shawnee Furbush has totaled 45 tackles, including 11 tackles for loss and two sacks, thus far in his senior season The Wildcats entertain Ottawa-Glandorf Oct. 4.
Drake Harris: Harris was out of action for the fifth-straight week for Grand Rapids Christian (4-1) with a hamstring injury, but the Eagles managed to outlast East Grand Rapids 28-17 Harris could return to the field when Grand Rapids Christian brings in Jenison Oct. 4.
Lawrence Marshall: Marshall provided a key sack and forced a fumble, which was returned for a touchdown, in Southfield's (4-1) thrilling 20-19 conquest of Farmington Hills Harrison Marshall has made 17 tackles for loss this season, including 10 sacks The Blue Jays look to remain undefeated on the road when they play at Oxford Oct. 4.
Bryan Mone: Mone brought down three ball carriers, and Highland (4-2) edged past Clearfield 16-8 Mone has tallied 15 tackles, including three for loss and one sack, this season The Rams' home stand continues against Woods Cross Oct. 4.
Brady Pallante: Ballante was good for 12 tackles and returned a fumble 31 yards for a touchdown in Barron Colliers' (3-1) decisive 34-12 win over Fort Meyers The Cougars meet Palmetto Ridge at home Oct. 4.
Jabrill Peppers: Peppers carried the ball six times for 34 yards (5.7 yards per carry), reeled in three passes for 44 yards (14.7 yards per reception) and one touchdown, completed a four-yard pass, and added four tackles, including one sack, and three pass breakups on defense to pilot Paramus Catholic (4-0) to a 44-10 victory over St. Ignatious This season, Peppers has sprinted for 251 yards on 13 carries (19.3 yards per carry), and caught 11 passes for 151 yards (13.7 yards per reception) and five touchdowns Defensively, he has contributed 17 tackles, including one sack, and one interception The Knights are back in action Oct. 12 at home against St. Mark's.
Wilton Speight: Speight completed 18-of-29 passes (66.7 percent) for 247 yards and three touchdowns against one interception to fuel The Collegiate School (4-0) to a 30-7 triumph over Episcopal Speight has already thrown for 857 yards and 10 scores this season The Cougars are visited by Woodberry Forest Oct. 4.
Jared Wangler: Wangler was in on five tackles and deflected a pass for a stingy Warren De La Salle (3-2) defense in a slim 7-0 win over St. Mary's Wangler has stopped 29 ball carriers this season, including one sack, and has made 13 receptions for 143 yards (17.9 yards per reception) The Pilots travel to Fordson Oct. 4.
Brandon Watson: Watson recorded four tackles for Eastern Christian Academy (2-1) in a 60-20 decimation of Maplewood This season, Watson has registered 18 tackles, intercepted two passes and returned a fumble for a score The Honey Badgers are at home against Canada Prep Football Academy Oct. 4.
Maurice Ways: Ways exploded for 105 yards and one touchdown on five catches (14.3 yards per reception) to boost Country Day (2-3) to a 34-7 win over Escanaba Ways has collected 21 receptions for 431 yards (20.5 yards per reception) and five scores in 2013 The Yellow Jackets return home to battle Chavez Academy Oct. 3.
Chase Winovich: Winovich rambled for 130 rushing yards and two touchdowns on offense, and added four tackles and a deflection on defense to guide Thomas Jefferson (5-0) to a 49-0 domination of Albert Gallatin Winovich has piled up 39 tackles, including seven for loss and six sacks, forced a fumble, recovered a fumble, blocked two punts and scored eight offensive touchdowns this year The Jaguars invade Laurel Highlands Oct. 4.
George Campbell: Campbell paced East Lakes' (5-0) air attack with 123 receiving yards and a touchdown on six catches (20.5 yards per reception) during a 49-6 victory over Tarpon Springs This season, Campbell has snagged 12 passes for 227 yards (18.9 yards per reception) and three touchdowns The Eagles hope to stay perfect at home against Seminole Oct. 4.
Shaun Crawford: Crawford thrived on both sides of the ball for St. Edwards (5-0) in a 56-7 win over McDowell, carrying the ball seven times for 98 yards (14.0 yards per carry) and a touchdown, returning a punt 56 yards, making eight tackles and blocking a field goal The Eagles are at home Cardinal Mooney Oct. 5.
Andrew David: David missed a 51-yard field goal try but booted four kickoffs out of the endzone for touchbacks, and Massillon (5-0) squashed Steubenville 31-21 David has connected on just one-of-six field goals this season (16.7 percent) The Tigers return home to play Akron Firestone Oct. 4.
Damien Harris: Harris only saw action in the first half of Madison Southern's (5-0) 48-7 annihilation of South Laurel, but still managed to rush for 122 yards and four touchdowns on nine carries (13.6 yards per carry) This season, Harris has already galloped for 1,179 yards (235.8 yards per game) and 18 scores, and has returned a kickoff for a touchdown The Eagles encounter Southwestern at home Oct. 4.
Tyree Kinnel: Kinnel made six stops and returned an interception 85 yards for a touchdown to help Wayne (4-1) defeat Butler 54-27 Kinnel boasts 21 tackles and an 85 yard interception return for a score this year The Warriors are on the road against Springfield Oct. 4.
John Runyan, Jr.: St. Joseph's (3-1) hammered Roman Catholic 42-7 The Hawks voyage to Archbishop Wood Oct. 5.