It was an up-and-down weekend for West Virginia commits this past weekend (see the heartbreaking loss for newest commit Tyler Edwards and his Blinn College (TX) squad), but several of the usual suspects continued to shine.
Coleman is averaging 10 yards per carry.
Hickory (PA) running back DeShawn Coleman continued his domination this fall, carrying 13 times for 70 yards and a score, throwing a 17-yard touchdown pass and returning an interception 53 yards for another touchdown in a 49-7 victory.
Through six games, Coleman has rushed only 73 times for 726 yards, a 10 yard per carry average. He's found the end zone a total of 18 times and done so six different ways - rushing (12 times), receiving, throwing, interception return (twice), fumble return and punt return.
Speaking of versatility, Immokalee's (FL) Jacky Marcellus continues to be a multi-faceted weapon for the Indians. On Friday night, he caught four passes for 42 yards and ran the ball six times for 43 more yards. On the season, he now has 29 carries for 321 yards and two touchdowns, along with 24 catches for 244 yards and two more scores. He's also returned a punt for a touchdown, intercepted a pass and recorded eight tackles.
Despite his team losing, Chaminade Julienne (OH) linebacker Darrien Howard was a force on both sides of the ball. He carried seven times for 42 yards and one of his team's only two scores. On defense, he led the team with 12 tackles and helped hold their opponent to 17 points on the game.
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