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Absurd Stats, Big Wins for Commits

As West Virginia's regular season ends, future Mountaineers continue to shine and compile simply absurd numbers to finish up their high school careers.

Gross has registered a ridiculous 67 sacks in two seasons.

Defensive end-linebacker Marvin Gross and his Dunbar (MD) teammates lodged yet another shutout in the State Championship game, defeating New Town (MD), 39-0. Gross was a terror again in pass defense, picking up another sack, giving him 31 for the year in only 14 games. Add that to last year's total of 36, and the three-star prospect has totaled 67 sacks in the last two seasons.

That is not a typo.

Over in New Jersey, lineman Marcell Lazard and running back Zaire Williams both emerged victorious in the state semifinals this past weekend.

Williams ran for a one-yard touchdown just before the half to help his Timber Creek (NJ) squad defeat Shawnee (NJ), 32-22. Next week, the Chargers will face off against Kingsway (NJ) in the title game.

Lazard helped clear the path for his Bloomfield (NJ) teammates and top Union City (NJ), 20-7, on Friday night. The Bengals will play their arch rivals, Montclair (NJ), next weekend. Montclair (NJ) topped Bloomfield (NJ), 14-7, in their special Thanksgiving matchup.

DeShawn Coleman and Hickory (PA) came up short in their state quarterfinal matchup with Richland (PA), 38-12. Coleman ran the ball 10 times for 85 yards, including a 45-yard touchdown just after half. He also added on two catches for 40 yards.

The three-star prospect finishes this season with 150 carries for 1,684 yards and 28 touchdowns, pushing his career totals over 4,000 yards and 70 total touchdowns.

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