Tarpon Springs (Fla.) East Lake wide receiver George Campbell enjoyed a breakout game, stockpiling 132 receiving yards and three scores to lead East Lake to a state semifinal appearance.
Here is a look at how all of U-M commitments performed last weekend …
Juwan Bushell-Beatty: Paramus Catholic (9-2) had a bye week … The Knights battle St. Peter's Prep Dec. 6 for a state championship at MetLife Stadium.
Freddy Canteen: Eastern Christian Academy (9-3) downed St. Frances 42-6.
Mason Cole: Cole's protection helped East Lake (13-0) pile up 207 passing yards and five touchdowns in a 49-15 win over Port Charlotte … The Eagles are averaging 47.0 points in their last two playoff games … East Lake is in FHSAA 7A semifinal action against Dwyer Dec. 6.
Noah Furbush: Furbush notched nine tackles, including two sacks, but Kenton (13-1) dropped a 21-10 season-ending nail-biter to Clinton-Massie … Furbush finished his senior year with 119 tackles, 26 tackles for loss, eight sacks and four fumble recoveries.
Jabrill Peppers: Paramus Catholic enjoyed a bye week … The Knights vie for a state championships against St. Peter's Prep at MetLife Stadium Dec. 6.
Brandon Watson: Eastern Christian Academy (9-3) defeated St. Frances Academy 42-6.
George Campbell: Campbell exploded for 132 receiving yards and three touchdowns on six receptions (22.0 yards per reception) to lead East Lake (13-0) to a 49-15 triumph over Port Charlotte … On the year, Campbell has totaled 30 catches for 582 yards (19.4 yards per reception) and six touchdowns … The Eagles seek a spot in the FHSAA 7A state title game when they meet Dwyer Dec. 6.
Shaun Crawford: Crawford sprinted for 128 yards and made nine tackles, but St. Edwards (11-2) saw its season end in a 41-38 loss to Mentor.
John Runyan Jr.: St. Joseph's (9-3) offense gained more than 300 yards to outlast Parkland 21-10 … The Hawks can clinch a bid in the PIAA AAAA state championship game with a win over Neshaminy Dec. 7.