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November 19, 2013
Commitment Updates: Playoff action rolls on
Berea (Ky.) Madison Southern running back Damien Harris turned in another eye-popping performance, rushing for 354 yards and six touchdowns to lead the Eagles to huge postseason victory.
Here is a look at how U-M commits fared last weekend
Juwan Bushell-Beatty: Bushell-Beatty's blocking helped Paramus Catholic (8-2) jump out to a 41-0 first-quarter lead in a 55-14 win over Notre Dame The Knights are at home against Don Bosco Prep Nov. 23.
Freddy Canteen: Eastern Christian Academy (8-3) crushed Calvert Academy 48-19 The Honey Badgers entertain St. Frances Academy Nov. 28.
Mason Cole: Cole's work in the trenches was key for an East Lake (11-0) offense that gained 374 yards in a 13-12 win over Palmetto Springs The Eagles continue postseason play at home against Pinellas Park Nov. 22.
Noah Furbush: Furbush was in on five tackles, including one for loss, and forced a fumble for a stingy Kenton (12-0) defense during a 46-6 decimation of Triway On the year, Furbush has recorded 103 tackles, 22 tackles for loss, six sacks and four fumble recoveries The Wildcats host Bryan Nov. 22.
Jabrill Peppers: Peppers played sparingly in Paramus Catholic's (8-2) 55-14 conquest of Notre Dame, scoring on a nine-yard run and returning a punt 50 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter Peppers has scored 17-total touchdowns and made 44 tackles as a senior The Knights resume playoff action in a rematch with Don Bosco Prep Nov. 23.
Wilton Speight: Speight passed for 152 yards and ran for 72 yards, but threw four interceptions and The Collegiate Academy (9-2) had its season ended in a 31-19 loss to Liberty Christian Speight finished his final prep season with 2,545 passing yards and 28 touchdowns.
Brandon Watson: Eastern Christian Academy (8-3) returned destroyed Calvert Hall 48-19 The Honey Badgers are back in action at home against St. Frances Academy Nov. 28.
Maurice Ways: Ways caught nine passes for 189 yards (21.0 yards per reception) and three touchdowns, but Country Day (8-4) suffered a season-ending 33-28 loss to Marine City Ways stockpiled 1,226 receiving yards and 14 scores on 54 receptions (22.7 yards per reception) this season.
Chase Winovich: Winovich rushed for 141 yards and a touchdown, completed a 19 yard pass and made 12 tackles, but Thomas Jefferson (11-1) lost a 23-13 playoff tilt to Central Valley Winovich notched 85 stops, including 16 for loss and 11 sacks, and rushed for 907 yards and 17 touchdowns in his final prep campaign.
George Campbell: Campbell grabbed five passes for 86 yards (17.2 yards per reception) to boost East Lake (11-0) in a tight 13-12 postseason victory over Palmetto As a junior, Campbell has totaled 437 yards and three scores on 23 receptions (19.0 yards per reception) The Eagles host Pinellas Park Nov. 22.
Shaun Crawford: Crawford rambled for 89 yards and a touchdown, and St. Edward (10-1) smashed Cleveland Heights 42-7 The Eagles continue their quest for a state title against Austintown-Fitch Nov. 23.
Andrew David: David converted two extra point attempts and averaged 36.6 yards on eight punts in Massillon's (9-3) season-ending 17-14 loss to Medina Highland David hit 7-of-14 field goal tries (50.0 percent) this year.
Damien Harris: Madison Southern (10-1) advanced to quarterfinal playoff play in a 41-28 triumph over Harlan County, largely because of Harris's 354 rushing yards and six touchdowns This season, Harris has accounted for 2,648 yards on the ground and 39 scores The Eagles square off with Pulaski County Nov. 22.
Tyree Kinnel: Kinnel stopped five ball carriers, including one behind the line of scrimmage, for a hard-nosed Wayne (11-1) defense in a 31-10 victory over Dublin Coffman Kinnel has compiled 77 tackles, forced two fumbles and intercepted four passes this season The Warriors meet Hilliard Davidson on a neutral field Nov. 23.
John Runyan Jr.: St. Joseph's (8-2) captured its first city title since 1977 in a 10-7 win over Frankford The Hawks battle Malvern Prep Nov. 21.