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Target Tracker: Week 2

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Every week Auburn247 will update you on the performances of Auburn's commits and how they performed in their high school games. But we're also going to update you on notable performances from some of Auburn's top 2023, 2024 and 2025 targets.

This list of recruits will vary week to week based on performances and availability of stats.

Auburn's commits returned to action on Friday night, which included a big performance from Auburn's newest commit and a couple of commits continuing to roll. 

Just like the first week of games, all of Auburn's commits won, moving to 2-0 or 1-0 on the season.

A look at how each commit performed in their games:

Daquayvious Sorey

Auburn247 was on hand for Daquayvious Sorey's season opener and he didn't disappoint after committing to the Tigers earlier that day. On the very first play of the game Sorey hurdled over a defender that was eerily similar to some that Seth Williams pulled off at Auburn.

Sorey's night was over before halftime even hit with Chipley up big and ultimately beating Rutherford 41-0. Sorey will play some safety this year for Chipley just like he did as a junior, but that wasn't necessary on Friday.

Season stats: 6 catches, 145 yards, 2 TDs | 2 punt returns, 46 yards

Chipley Tigers: 2-0

Terrance Love

Terrance Love didn't get much work in Langston Hughes' season opener, with the Panthers up big he wasn't needed at receiver and the opposition avoided his side of the field for most of the game. Against McEachern, though, Love got it going in a big way.

The safety commit totaled seven tackles and caught a 63-yard touchdown and a 23-yard pass, totaling 86 yards. Langston Hughes marched to a commanding 47-21 win over McEachern and is set to have its home opener against Mays on Friday.

Season stats: 10 tackles, 1 PBU | 3 receptions, 90 yards, 1 TD

Langston Hughes Panthers: 2-0

Jeremiah Cobb

Auburn's running back commit Jeremiah Cobb just keeps on cooking. Cobb wasn't needed much in Montgomery Catholic's 60-7 rout of Alabama Christian, but he made the most of his time on the field.

Cobb carried the ball 10 times for 134 yards and three touchdowns. He caught three passes for 33 yards and a touchdown.

Montgomery Catholic travels to play Booker T. Washington (Ala.) this Friday in Tuskegee. 

Season stats: 27 carries, 349 yards, 6 TDs (12.9 YPC) | 5 receptions, 95 yards, 2 TDs

Montgomery Catholic Knights: 2-0

Karmello English

After a tough season opener against Hewitt-Trussville, Karmello English and Central-Phenix City got a bit of a breather in a game two matchup with Smiths Station. The Red Devils cruised to a 38-0 win.

In the win, English caught five passes for 89 yards.

Central hosts Enterprise next Friday.

Season stats: 10 receptions, 130 yards, 1 TD (13 YPC)

Central-Phenix City Red Devils: 2-0

JC Hart

Loachapoka's JC Hart was effective again on both sides of the ball in the Indians' 20-6 win over Beulah. Being recruited by Auburn to play cornerback, Hart plays both cornerback and wide receiver for Loachapoka. 

In Friday's win, Hart caught five passes for 100 yards and tallied five tackles.

Next up for Hart and 'Poka is a trip to Verbena.

Season stats: 7 tackles, 1 PBU | 10 receptions, 182 yards, 1 TD 

Loachapoka Indians: 2-0

Bradyn Joiner

Playing over at left tackle, Bradyn Joiner had a pretty dominant outing against Enterprise. In 58 snaps Joiner recorded nine pancakes and knockdowns and did not give up a sack.

That's two straight games without giving up a sack for Joiner.

Auburn High took down Enterprise 31-21 and now hosts Dothan on Friday for its home opener.

Auburn High Tigers: 2-0

Wilky Denaud

Wilky Denaud and John Caroll (Fla.) took down Benjamin High School by a score of 24-21 on Thursday.

Denaud's stats have not been shared yet.

John Carroll Rams: 1-0

A'Mon Lane (2024)

A'Mon Lane and Moody continue to absolutely roll in the first season of the Jake Ganus era. Moody won 56-21 in its season opener against Pell City where Lane recorded four tackles in the commanding win.

Against Sylacauga on Friday, the high-flying Moody offense went for 58 in a 58-24 win. 

Lane got a little run on offense against Sylacauga, catching one pass for five yards. His defensive stats have not been recorded yet. 

The Moody Blue Devils host Alexandria on Sept. 2.

Season stats: 4 tackles (1 game of recorded stats) | 1 catch, 5 yards

Moody Blue Devils: 2-0

Not in action

Auburn's 4-star 2024 quarterback commitAdrian Posse transferred to Miami Edison (Fla.) last week and now his season won't start until Thursday, when they take on Booker T. Washington (Fla.). Posse was previously at Columbus high school in Miami.

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Edge commit Ashley Williams and Zachary had their jamboree game this week and will start the season this Friday. Williams did get busy in the jamboree game, recording a sack.

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Where Auburn commits are playing this week

Keith Niebuhr•09/01/22

Photo from Daquayvious Sorey

It will be a busy week for those of you wanting to keep track of Auburn’s current 2023 and 2024 football commits.

To assist you, here’s a look at who they’ll be facing …

–Karmello English, WR, Phenix City (Ala.) Central: Central (2-0) plays host to Enterprise (Ala.), 8 p.m. CT. Enterprise is 1-1. English has 10 receptions for 132 yards and a touchdown this season. Enterprise athlete Mykel Johnson is a senior sleeper of note. He had a big game against Auburn High last week and returned a kickoff 89 yards for six.

–Terrance Love, S, Fairburn (Ga.) Langston Hughes: Langston Hughes (2-0) plays host to Atlanta (Ga.) Mays (1-1), 6:30 p.m. CT. Love has 10 tackles, including five solos, and one pass breakup to go along with three receptions for 90 yards and a touchdown. The Mays offense could present a challenge; it aqverages 38 points a game.

Tigers RB commit is off to a fast start in 2022

–Jeremiah Cobb, RB, Montgomery Catholic (Ala.): Montgomery Catholic (2-0) plays at Tuskegee (Ala.) Booker T. Washington (0-2), 7 p.m. CT. Cobb has 27 carries for 349 yards and six touchdowns plus five receptions for 99 yards and two touchdowns. Booker T. Washington allows 27.5 points a game. Cobbs is trying to rush for 2,000-plus yards for a third straight season.

–Ashley Williams, Edge, Zachary (La.): Zachary plays host to East Ascension (La.) in the season opener for both teams. Kickoff is 7 p.m. CT.

–Daquayvious Sore, WR, Chipley (Fla.): Chipley (1-0) plays host to Pike Liberal Arts (Ala.), which is 0-2. Kickoff is 7 p.m. CT. Sorey has six receptions for 145 yards and two touchdowns. Those number came just hours after he committed to Auburn. On paper, this looks like a mismatch. Pike has allowed 34 points a game. Chipley scored 41 in its opener.

–Wilky Denaud, Edge, Fort Pierce (Fla.) John Carroll. John Caroll (1-0) at Belle Glade (Fla.) Glades Day (0-1), 6 p.m. CT. Denaud’s season stats aren’t yet known.

–Bradyn Joiner, C, Auburn (Ala.): Auburn (2-0) plays host to Dothan (Ala.), which also is 2-0. Kickoff is 7 p.m. CT. Joiner, Auburn’s first commit in the 2023 class, starts at tackle. Auburn High averages 24 points a game.

–Jacorious Hart, CB, Auburn (Ala.) Loachapoka: Loachapoka (2-0) plays at Verbena (Ala.), which also is 2-0. Hart’s stats in Week 2 aren’t known, but in Game 1 he recorded two tackles and one pass breakup on defense, along with five receptions for 82 yards and a touchdown.

The 2024 Auburn QB commit plays his first game Thursday

(THURDAY GAME)-2024, Adrian Posse, QB, Miami (Fla.) Edison: Edison (0-0) plays host to Miami (Fla.) Booker T. Washington (1-0), 6 p.m. CT. Booker T. Washington is thought to have one of the best defenses in Miami. Posse transferred to Edison a couple weeks ago. He committed to Auburn during Big Cat Weekend.

-2024-A’Mon Lane, CB, Moody (Ala.): Moody (2-0) plays host to Alexandria (Ala.), which is 0-1, 7 p.m. CT. Lane has 4 tackles, including 2 solos, and 1 reception for 5 yards.

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Future Tiger Tracker: Hart wins it, other big games from Auburn commits

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It was another big week for Auburn's commits this week, which included one commit being responsible for all of his team's points. Auburn247 is keeping up with all of Auburn's commits this season, tracking how they perform each week and their stats for the season.

Follow the future and see how Auburn's commits performed this week:

JC Hart

Loachapoka took down Verbena 14-0 on Friday night, and that win comes on the shoulders of JC Hart.

Hart got things started in the first quarter hauling in a 30-yard touchdown pass and then on the other side of the ball, where Auburn is recruiting him, Hart had a 92-yard pick-six to go up 14-0 after the 2-pt conversion. Hart totaled 130 receiving yards on the day.

Loachapoka is up to 3-0 on the season now after another strong performance from Hart and has Hayneville Central (Ala.) at home next week.

Loachapoka Indians: 3-0

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— Poka Principal/AD CMAA (@LoachapokaAD) September 3, 2022

Another highlight for @jchart_ 
He goes 92 yards for the #Pick6 to put @pokafootball up 14-0 over @VerbenaHigh It was 4th and long and @AuburnFootball Commit picks it off & takes it to the ?? #PokaPride #SCtop10@espn
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— Poka Principal/AD CMAA (@LoachapokaAD) September 3, 2022

Jeremiah Cobb

It's been video game numbers every week for Jeremiah Cobb and this week was no different.

In a 56-14 thrashing of Booker T. Washington (Ala.), Cobb took 17 carries for 205 yards and five touchdowns. Cobb's workload has been minimal this year with big wins each week, but he's taken advantage of every carry he's gotten.

Cobb and the Knights return home to host Slocomb (Ala.) this Friday.

Season stats: 44 carries, 554 yards, 11 TDs (12.6 YPC) | 5 receptions, 95 yards, 2 TDs

Montgomery Catholic Knights: 3-0

Daquayvious Sorey

It was smooth sailing for wide receiver Daquayvious Sorey and Chipley (Fla.) again, cruising to a 46-9 win over Pike Liberal Arts (Ala.). In the big win Sorey only played the first half but still managed to put up some big numbers.

The Top247 wide receiver caught six passes for 109 yards and two touchdowns.

Chipley has a rivalry game at home against Homles County (Fla.) next Friday.

Season stats: 12 receptions, 254 yards, four touchdowns

Chipley Tigers: 2-0

Bradyn Joiner

Auburn's offensive line commit Bradyn Joiner continues to set the tone at the line of scrimmage at Auburn High School (Ala.). Joiner and the baby Tigers beat Dothan 42-14 on Friday, which included one big highlight reel block from Joiner.

Joiner also nearly had another highlight reel play, lining up in the wildcat at the goal line, but the snap was mishandled and Dothan took it back for a touchdown.

Auburn High hosts Jefferson Davis (Ala.) this upcoming Friday.

Auburn High Tigers: 3-0

Karmello English

Karmello English hurt his toe on the first drive, but played through the injury and played out the rest of the first half before sitting the second half with Central-Phenix City up big on Enterprise.

Despite the injury, English still managed to put up six receptions for 71 yards. He took one carry for two yards.

Next up for Central is a trip to play at Opelika (Ala.).

Season stats: 16 receptions, 201 yards, 1 TD (12.6 YPC)

Central-Phenix City Red Devils: 3-0

Ashley Williams

Auburn's second edge commit, Ashley Williams, finally got his season started at Zachary (La.). The Broncos took down East Ascension (La.) 35-13, and Williams took down the opposing offense a few times.

Williams finished the game with three tackles, two tackles for loss, a sack and a deflected pass at the line of scrimmage.

Zachary plays John Curtis Christian (La.) next Friday.

Season stats: 3 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack

Zachary Broncos: 1-0

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— Ashley L. Williams Jr. (@AshleyLWilliam4) September 3, 2022

Terrance Love

Langston Hughes (Ga.) and Terrance Lovecontinue to absolutely roll over opponents, beating Mays (Ga.) 62-12 on Friday. Love tallied six tackles in the home opener win.

Next up for Love and the Panthers is a home game against New Manchester (Ga.).

Season stats: 16 tackles, 1 PBU | 3 receptions, 90 yards, 1 TD

Langston Hughes Panthers: 3-0

Wilky Denaud

Wilky Denaud and John Carroll Catholic (Fla.) took down Glades Day (Fla.) 55-0 on Friday night. Next up is a home game on Thursday against Tradition Prep (Fla.).

Denaud's stats have not been shared yet.

John Carroll Catholic Rams: 2-0

A'Mon Lane (2024)

A'Mon Lane and the Moody Blue Devils (Ala.) took down Alexandria (Ala.) 42-27 on Friday. Lane and his dad, first-year coach Jake Ganus, host Cleburne County (Ala.) next Friday.

Lane's stats have not been shared yet.

Season stats: 4 tackles (1 game of recorded stats)

Moody Blue Devils: 3-0

Adrian Posse (2024)

Auburn's 2024 quarterback commit will have to wait at least one more week for his season to start. Adrian Posse transferred from Miami Columbus (Fla.) to Miami Edison (Fla.) shortly before the season started, but eligibility issues held him out of the season opener.

Sources at Auburn have indicated that it could clear up this week and allow him to play in Week 2.

Miami Edison Red Raiders: 0-1

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Auburn Tigers Target Tracker

Keith Niebuhr•about 5 hours

Air Noland is a 4-star 2024 QB.

It’s always fun to follow the future by keeping tabs on the success of Auburn football commitments in the fall. But this season, we’re also tracking key Tiger targets. Each week, we’ll highlight 10 performances of offered prospects, flip targets and other recruits of note.

Here are this week’s notable performances …

*2024 QB Air Noland, Fairburn (Ga.) Langston Hughes: Langston Hughes beat Atlanta (Ga.) Mays 62-12. Per GHSF Daily, Noland was 13-of-20 passing for 343 yards and four touchdowns. That’s two straight weeks with 300-plus yards passing and four consecutive games with four TD throws. Langston Hughes (3-0) is off this week.

*2023 CB Colton Hood, McDonough (Ga.) Eagle’s Landing Christian: Eagle’s Landing Christian lost to Savannah (Ga.) Calvary Day 28-21. Hood, who committed to Michigan State on Monday, had five catches for 143 yards. Eagle’s Landing Christian (1-2) is off this week.

*2023 QB Brock Glenn, Memphis (Tn.) Lausanne Collegiate School: Lausanne Collegiate School beat Memphis (Tn.) Wooddale 54-0. Glenn, an Ohio State commit still being recruited by Auburn, was 6-of-8 passing for 155 yards with one touchdown. Lausanne (2-0) plays host to Bartlett (Tn.), which is 2-1, on Friday.

*2023 QB Emory Williams, Milton (Fla.): Milton lost to Pensacola (Fla.) Catholic 26-14. The Miami commit was 16 of 31 for 143 yards, 2 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. He is 36-of-64 passing for 373 yards, 3 touchdowns and 2 interceptions in two games. Milton (0-2) plays Pensacola (Fla.) Washington on Friday.

Auburn target Adam Hopkins is nearing a commitment decision

*2023 WR Adam Hopkins, Thomasville (Ga.) Thomas County Central: With Auburn receivers coach Ike Hilliard in the stands, Thomas County Central beat Bainbridge (Ga.) 35-14. Hopkins had one catch for 8 but was injured (shoulder) on the play and did not return. The injury is not thought to be serious. He has 11 receptions for 196 yards and three touchdowns on the season. Thomas County Central (3-0) plays at Tallahassee (Fla.) Chiles on Friday.

*2023 RB Roderick Robinson II, San Diego (Calif.) Lincoln: Lincoln beat Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure 27-24. Robinson, who is committed to UCLA, rushed for 307 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries. He has 551 rushing yards on 14.1 yards per carry after three games.

*2023 TE Jelani Thurman, Fairburn (Ga.) Langston Hughes: Langston Hughes beat Atlanta (Ga.) Mays 62-12. Thurman had two catches for 34 yards, giving him six receptions for 116 yards and three touchdowns on the season.

*2023 DL Joshua Horton, Fairburn (Ga.) Langston Hughes: Langston Hughes beat Atlanta (Ga.) Mays 62-12. Horton, a North Carolina commit Auburn continues to recruit, recorded six total tackles. 

*2023 LB C.J. Allen, Barnesville (Ga.) Lamar County Comprehensive: Lamar County beat Dublin (Ga.) 21-20 in overtime. The Georgia Bulldogs linebacker, who visited Auburn this summer, commit rushed for 88 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries., per Georgia High School Football Daily. Lamar County (3-0) plays Manchester (Ga.) on Friday.

*2024 RB J’Marion Burnette, Andalusia (Ala.): Andalusia beat Dale County (Ala.) 43-0. Burnette, who claims an Auburn offer, rushed for 136 yards and two touchdowns on eight attempts, per the Andalusia Star News. Andalusia (3-0) plays Union Springs (Ala.) Bullock County on Friday.

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Where Auburn commits are playing this week

Keith Niebuhr•about 5 hours

Auburn edge commit Ashley Williams

It will be another busy week for those of you wanting to keep track of Auburn’s current 2023 and 2024 football commits.

To assist you, here’s a look at who they’ll be facing …

(Note: All games Friday unless otherwise noted)

–Karmello English, WR, Phenix City (Ala.) Central: Central (3-0) plays at Opelika (Ala.), 7 p.m. CT. Opelika is 3-0 and has allowed only 49 points. English, the No. 23 receiver in the country for the On3 Consensus, has 16 receptions for 203 yards and a touchdown this season. Opelika 2025 edge/end Malik Autry claims an early Auburn offer.

–Terrance Love, S, Fairburn (Ga.) Langston Hughes: Langston Hughes (3-0) is off. Love has 16 tackles, including eight solos, and one pass breakup. On offense, he has receptions for 90 yards and a touchdown.

Tigers RB commit is off to a fast start in 2022

–Jeremiah Cobb, RB, Montgomery Catholic (Ala.): Montgomery Catholic (3-0) plays host to Slocomb (Ala.), 7 p.m. CT.  Cobb has 44 carries for 554 yards and 11 touchdowns — and five receptions for 99 yards and two touchdowns this season. Slocomb (1-1) allows 17 points a game. Montgomery Catholic already has accumulated 159 points in three games.

–Ashley Williams, Edge, Zachary (La.): Zachary (1-0) plays host to River Ridge (La.) John Curtis Christian, 7 p.m. CT. John Curtis Christian is 2-0 and scores 36.5 points per game. Williams has 3 total tackles, 2 tackles for loss and 1 sack this season.

–Daquayvious Sorey, WR, Chipley (Fla.): Chipley (2-0) plays host to Bonifay (Fla.) Holmes County, which is 2-0. Kickoff is 7 p.m. CT. Sorey has 12 receptions for 254 yards and three touchdowns this season. Those numbers have come against two programs that have yet to win in 2022. Holmes County is a different animal. It has not allowed a point this season.

–Wilky Denaud, Edge, Fort Pierce (Fla.) John Carroll. John Carroll (2-0) plays host to Port St. Lucie (Fla.) Tradition Prep (0-1). Kickoff is 6 p.m. CT on Thursday. Denaud’s season stats aren’t yet known but John Carroll allows only 10.5 points a game.

–Bradyn Joiner, C, Auburn (Ala.): Auburn (3-0) plays host to Montgomery (Ala.) Jefferson Davis, which is 1-2. Kickoff is 7 p.m. CT. Joiner, Auburn’s first commit in the 2023 class, starts at tackle. Auburn High averages 30 points a game and 223 yards rushing per contest.

–Jacorious Hart, CB, Auburn (Ala.) Loachapoka: Loachapoka (3-0) plays host to Hayneville (Ala.) Central, which is 0-2. Hart had an interception and returned it 92 yards for a touchdown last week and added a 30-yard touchdown reception. Hart’s stats in Week 2 aren’t known, but in Game 1 he recorded two tackles and one pass breakup on defense, along with five receptions for 82 yards and a touchdown.

Here are the 2024 Auburn commits 

-2024, Adrian Posse, QB, Miami (Fla.) Edison: Edison (0-1) plays at North Miami (Fla.), which is 0-2, 6 p.m. CT. Posse transferred to Edison a few weeks ago and had not played as of last week as he awaited approval from the school board regarding his transfer. He committed to Auburn during Big Cat Weekend.

-2024-A’Mon Lane, CB, Moody (Ala.): Moody (3-0) plays host to Heflin (Ala.) Cleburne County, which is 1-2, 7 p.m. CT. Lane had 4 tackles, including 2 solos, and 1 reception for 5 yards through two games; his Week 3 stats aren’t yet known.

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Auburn Tigers Target Tracker: Sept. 12 edition

Keith Niebuhrabout 7 hours
Roderick Robinson II (Chad Simmons/On3)

It’s always fun to follow the future by keeping tabs on the success of Auburn football commitments in the fall. But this season, we’re also tracking key Tiger targets. Each week, we’ll highlight some performances of offered prospects, flip targets and other recruits of note.

Here are this week’s notable performances …

*2023 RB Roderick Robinson II, San Diego (Calif.) Lincoln: Lincoln beat Chula Vista (Calif.) Mater Dei Catholic 56-20. Robinson, who is committed to UCLA, rushed for 476 yards and 8 touchdowns on 32 carries. The eight touchdowns tied a San Diego Section record. He now has 1,027 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns on 71 carries in four games.

“It’s a blessing,” Robinson told the San Diego Union-Tribune. “I couldn’t do it without my teammates, of course. And my coaches set me up. I played my heart out and my linemen set me up with great blocks. I had to run through some open holes.”

Two Auburn QB targets got wins 

*2023 QB Brock Glenn, Memphis (Tn.) Lausanne Collegiate School: Lausanne Collegiate School lost to Bartlett (Tn.) 42-31. Glenn, an Ohio State commit still being recruited by Auburn, was 11-of-20 passing for 140 yards with two touchdowns. He’s now 26 of 43 for 490 yards, 6 touchdowns and 1 interception. Additionally, he has rushed for 58 yards and two scores this season. Lausanne is 2-1.

*2023 QB Emory Williams, Milton (Fla.): Milton beat Pensacola (Fla.) Washington 47-31. The Miami commit was 13 of 21 for 169 yards and 3 touchdowns. He is 50-of 86 passing for 545 yards, 6 touchdowns and 2 interceptions in three games. Milton is 1-2.

*2023 LB C.J. Allen, Barnesville (Ga.) Lamar County Comprehensive: Lamar County beat Manchester (Ga.) 35-22. The Georgia Bulldogs linebacker commit, who visited Auburn this summer, rushed for 124 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries. He added eight total tackles, giving him 45 for the season. Lamar County is 4-0.

*2023 RB Isaiah Augustave, Naples (Fla.): Naples beat Immokalee (Fla.) 28-0. Augustave, an Arkansas commit, rushed for 22 yards on three carries. In three games he has 184 yards and one touchdown on 29 attempts.

*2023 QB JJ Kohl, Ankeny (Ia.): Ankeny lost to West Des Moines (Ia.) Dowling Catholic 17-10. A 4-star Iowa State commit still being pursued by Auburn, Kohl finished finished 15-of-30 passing for 115 yards. Ankeny now is 2-1.

 

 

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Future Tiger Tracker: Big all-around game for Sorey with Ike Hilliard in attendance

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It was another big week for Auburn's commits this week, which included one commit putting together a big all-around game with an Auburn coach in attendance for the game. Auburn247 is keeping up with all of Auburn's commits this season, tracking how they perform each week and their stats for the season.

Follow the future and see how Auburn's commits performed this week:

 

Daquayvious Sorey

 

After a couple of blowout wins to start the season, Daquayvious Sorey and Chipley (Fla.) had a tougher test on Friday, playing Holmes County (Fla.) in a rivalry game. It was also a big game for Sorey, who had Auburn receivers coach Ike Hilliard in attendance to watch.

Chipley won 18-0 and Sorey did not disappoint. In the past two games Sorey checked out early and wasn't forced to do a lot, but that wasn't the case Friday. Sorey carried the ball four times for 68 yards, caught four passes for 71 yards and got his first snaps on defense this year with three tackles.

Next up for Sorey is a home game against Vernon on Sept. 16.

Season stats: 16 receptions, 325 yards, 4 TDs | 4 carries, 68 yards | 3 tackles

Chipley Tigers: 3-0

 

Jeremiah Cobb

 

At this point, you can just assume Jeremiah Cobb is going to have a huge game in a blowout win for Montgomery Catholic. For the fourth week in a row, that was the case. 

In a 58-0 win over Slocomb, Cobb carried the ball 14 times for 116 yards and two touchdowns. Through the air Cobb caught three passes for 72 yards and two touchdowns. As crazy as it sounds, Cobb's 8.3 yards per carry on Friday night was the lowest he's been at all season.

Next up for Cobb and Montgomery Catholic is a home game against Geneva.

Season stats: 58, 670 yards, 13 TDs (11.6 YPC), 8 receptions, 167 yards, 4 TDs

Montgomery Catholic Knights: 4-0

 

Karmello English

 

In a surprising upset on Friday night, Karmello English and Central-Phenix City (Ala.) lost 14-17 to Opelika (Ala.).

English, though, put up one of his best games of the season catching eight passes for 82 yards. English took two carries but couldn't get anything going, with -2 rushing yards. Next up for English is a game at Jefferson Davis (Ala.).

Season stats: 24 receptions, 283 yards, 1 TD (11.8 YPC)

Central-Phenix City Red Devils: 3-1

 

JC Hart

 

Loachapoka (Ala.) and JC Hart stayed perfect Friday night in a 39-16 win over Hayneville Central (Ala.). For Hart, it was another productive game with three receptions for 95 yards and a touchdown on offense and five tackles and a pass breakup on defense. The touchdown was a 45-yard touchdown.

Next up is a home game against Notasulga on Friday.

Loachapoka Indians: 4-0

 

Ashley Williams

 

Going up against John Curtis Christian (La.) and its veer offense, Auburn edge commit Ashley Williams didn't have a ton of opportunities to attack the quarterback on Friday. That didn't stop him from putting together another productive night in the 40-21 win, though.

Williams totaled four tackles, two tackles for loss and a pass deflection. Williams and Zachary (La.) play against St. Augustine this Friday.

Season stats: 7 tackles, 4 TFL, 1 sack

Zachary Broncos: 2-0

 

 

Bradyn Joiner

 

With the Central-Phenix City loss and a 31-0 win on Friday night for Bradyn Joiner and Auburn High, the Tigers are expected to move up to No. 1 in the 7A rankings this week. 

Joiner and Auburn High play at Lee (Ala.) next Friday.

Auburn High Tigers: 4-0

 

 

Wilky Denaud

 

Wilky Denaud and John Carroll Catholic's (Fla.) game was canceled due to rain. 

Next up is a trip to play at South Fork (Fla.).

John Caroll Catholic Rams: 2-0

 

A'Mon Lane (2024)

 

A'Mon Lane and the Moody Blue Devils (Ala.) took down Cleburne County (Ala.) 62-7 on Thursday. Lane and Moody play at Lincoln (Ala.) on Sept. 16.

Lane's stats have not been shared yet.

Season stats: 4 tackles (1 game of recorded stats)

Moody Blue Devils: 4-0

 

Terrance Love

 

Langston Hughes (Ga.) and Terrance Lovehad an open week after the 3-0 start to the season. The Panthers will host New Manchester (Ga.) next Friday.

Langston Hughes Panthers: 3-0

 

Adrian Posse (2024)

 

Adrian Posse transferred from Miami Columbus (Fla.) to Miami Edison (Fla.) shortly before the season started and eligibility issues continue to hold him out of games. Miami Edison took down North Miami (Fla.) 35-24 on Friday.

Miami Edison Red Raiders: 1-1

 

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50 minutes ago, toddc said:

Adrian Posse transferred from Miami Columbus (Fla.) to Miami Edison (Fla.) shortly before the season started and eligibility issues continue to hold him out of games. Miami Edison took down North Miami (Fla.) 35-24 on Friday.

I wonder what the problem is? Columbus is a Catholic school and transferring from private to public school doesn't normally create an issue.

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23 minutes ago, Mikey said:

I wonder what the problem is? Columbus is a Catholic school and transferring from private to public school doesn't normally create an issue.

Maybe some credits did not transfer?

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4 minutes ago, Hank2020 said:

Maybe some credits did not transfer?

Columbus is regarded as one of the very top high schools academically in the Miami area. It's noted as a college prep school. I doubt if credits from Columbus is a problem. However, Edison is now Posse's fourth high school. There may well be some complications from prior years.

My nephew graduated from Columbus with good but not sensational grades. He got a full-ride academic scholarship to FSU. That school is extremely well regarded and I hated to see Posse leave there. The Good Marist Brothers at Columbus will put a kid on the right track and keep him there, athlete or not.

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Future Tiger Tracker: Big all-around game for Sorey with Ike Hilliard in attendance

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It was another big week for Auburn's commits this week, which included one commit putting together a big all-around game with an Auburn coach in attendance for the game. Auburn247 is keeping up with all of Auburn's commits this season, tracking how they perform each week and their stats for the season.

Follow the future and see how Auburn's commits performed this week:

After a couple of blowout wins to start the season, Daquayvious Sorey and Chipley (Fla.) had a tougher test on Friday, playing Holmes County (Fla.) in a rivalry game. It was also a big game for Sorey, who had Auburn receivers coach Ike Hilliard in attendance to watch.

Chipley won 18-0 and Sorey did not disappoint. In the past two games Sorey checked out early and wasn't forced to do a lot, but that wasn't the case Friday. Sorey carried the ball four times for 68 yards, caught four passes for 71 yards and got his first snaps on defense this year with three tackles.

Next up for Sorey is a home game against Vernon on Sept. 16.

Season stats: 16 receptions, 325 yards, 4 TDs | 4 carries, 68 yards | 3 tackles

Chipley Tigers: 3-0

At this point, you can just assume Jeremiah Cobb is going to have a huge game in a blowout win for Montgomery Catholic. For the fourth week in a row, that was the case. 

In a 58-0 win over Slocomb, Cobb carried the ball 14 times for 116 yards and two touchdowns. Through the air Cobb caught three passes for 72 yards and two touchdowns. As crazy as it sounds, Cobb's 8.3 yards per carry on Friday night was the lowest he's been at all season.

Next up for Cobb and Montgomery Catholic is a home game against Geneva.

Season stats: 58, 670 yards, 13 TDs (11.6 YPC), 8 receptions, 167 yards, 4 TDs

Montgomery Catholic Knights: 4-0

In a surprising upset on Friday night, Karmello English and Central-Phenix City (Ala.) lost 14-17 to Opelika (Ala.).

English, though, put up one of his best games of the season catching eight passes for 82 yards. English took two carries but couldn't get anything going, with -2 rushing yards. Next up for English is a game at Jefferson Davis (Ala.).

Season stats: 24 receptions, 283 yards, 1 TD (11.8 YPC)

Central-Phenix City Red Devils: 3-1

Loachapoka (Ala.) and JC Hart stayed perfect Friday night in a 39-16 win over Hayneville Central (Ala.). For Hart, it was another productive game with three receptions for 95 yards and a touchdown on offense and five tackles and a pass breakup on defense. The touchdown was a 45-yard touchdown.

Next up is a home game against Notasulga on Friday.

Loachapoka Indians: 4-0

Going up against John Curtis Christian (La.) and its veer offense, Auburn edge commit Ashley Williams didn't have a ton of opportunities to attack the quarterback on Friday. That didn't stop him from putting together another productive night in the 40-21 win, though.

Williams totaled four tackles, two tackles for loss and a pass deflection. Williams and Zachary (La.) play against St. Augustine this Friday.

Season stats: 7 tackles, 4 TFL, 1 sack

Zachary Broncos: 2-0

With the Central-Phenix City loss and a 31-0 win on Friday night for Bradyn Joiner and Auburn High, the Tigers are expected to move up to No. 1 in the 7A rankings this week. 

Joiner and Auburn High play at Lee (Ala.) next Friday.

Auburn High Tigers: 4-0

Wilky Denaud and John Carroll Catholic's (Fla.) game was canceled due to rain. 

Next up is a trip to play at South Fork (Fla.).

John Caroll Catholic Rams: 2-0

A'Mon Lane and the Moody Blue Devils (Ala.) took down Cleburne County (Ala.) 62-7 on Thursday. Lane and Moody play at Lincoln (Ala.) on Sept. 16.

Lane's stats have not been shared yet.

Season stats: 4 tackles (1 game of recorded stats)

Moody Blue Devils: 4-0

Langston Hughes (Ga.) and Terrance Love had an open week after the 3-0 start to the season. The Panthers will host New Manchester (Ga.) next Friday.

Langston Hughes Panthers: 3-0

Adrian Posse transferred from Miami Columbus (Fla.) to Miami Edison (Fla.) shortly before the season started and eligibility issues continue to hold him out of games. Miami Edison took down North Miami (Fla.) 35-24 on Friday.

Miami Edison Red Raiders: 1-1

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Future Tiger Tracker: Huge game for Hart

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It was a little bit of a quiet week for some of Auburn's commits, but it was a massive game for one commit, putting up a huge performance in a rivalry game. Auburn247 is keeping up with all of Auburn's commits this season, tracking how they perform each week and their stats for the season.

Follow the future and see how Auburn's commits performed this week:

JC Hart — CB

It was a historic Friday night for Hart and Loachapoka (Ala.). For Loachapoka, its 50-14 win over Notasulga (Ala.) snapped an eight-game losing streak in the Battle of Highway 14 as the Indians are up to 5-0 now.

For Hart, he put up 94 receiving yards, two receiving touchdowns, a 46-yard punt return on defense and an interception.

Another huge all-around performance from the cornerback commit.

Hart and Loachapoka are on a bye week this Friday and play at Calhoun on Sept. 30.

Loachapoka Indians: 5-0

Jeremiah Cobb — RB

Another blowout win, another day in the office for Cobb.

Montgomery Catholic (Ala.) took down Geneva (Ala.) 62-0 on Friday night.

Cobb took 10 carries for 179 yards (17.9 YPC) and two touchdowns. He caught one pass for three yards.

Next up is a game at Pike Liberal Arts (Ala.).

Season stats: 68 carries, 849 yards, 15 TDs (12.5 YPC), 9 receptions, 170 yards, 4 TDs

 

 

Daquayvious Sorey — WR

Auburn's receiver commit out of Chipley (Fla.) put together another big game on Friday night in a 40-0 win over Vernon (Fla.). Sorey caught seven passes for 101 yards and two touchdowns, with three tackles on defense playing safety.

Sorey and Chipley play at Freeport (Fla.) this Friday.

Season stats: 23 receptions, 426 yards, 6 TDs | 4 carries, 68 yards | 6 tackles

Chipley Tigers: 4-0

Ashley Williams — edge

Zachary (La.) dropped its first game of the season in a 24-20 loss to St. Augustine (La.) on Friday, but Williams still managed to put up a productive game with four tackles and 2.5 sacks.

Williams is on a bye week and his next game is on Sept. 30 at Winona (Ms.).

Season stats: 11 tackles, 4 TFL, 3.5 sacks

Zachary Broncos: 2-1

Auburn's newest commit moved to 5-0 at Frederick Douglass (Ky.) on Friday night with a big 54-0 win. Harkless' stats are not available from the game. 

Next up for Harkless is a game at Scott County (Ky.).

Frederick Douglass Broncos: 5-0

 

 

 

Terrance Love — S

Auburn's safety commit didn't have to get involved much defensively in a 65-0 win over New Manchester. Love didn't record a defensive stat, but did catch a 2-pt conversion.

Langston Hughes plays at Douglas County this Friday.

Langston Hughes Panthers: 4-0

 

 

 

Bradyn Joiner — IOL

Auburn High marched to a 58-7 win over Lee last Thursday. Auburn High is now ranked No. 1 in the state of Alabama.

Next up on is a home game against Ramsay (Ala.) on Friday.

Auburn High Tigers: 5-0

 

 

 

Wilky Denaud — DL

Prior to his official visit Denaud and John Carroll Catholic marched to a 35-3 win over South Fork (Fla.). 

Denaud's stats have not been shared for the game.

John Carroll Catholic Rams: 3-0

 

 

 

Adam Hopkins — WR

Hopkins and Thomas County Central were on bye week this Friday, which comes at an opportune time for the receiver commit nursing a shoulder injury.

Thomas County Central Yellow Jackets: 4-0

 

 

 

A'Mon Lane — 2024 CB

In a 32-6 win over Lincoln (Ala.) on Friday, Lane and Moody moved to 5-0 on the season, the best start in Moody school history. 

Lane's stats have not been shared from the game. The Blue Devils play at Shelby County (Ala.) on Sept. 23.

Moody Blue Devils: 5-0

 

 

 

Adrian Posse — 2024 QB

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Auburn's quarterback commit was unable to play this week with ongoing eligibility concerns, but his father told Auburn247 after the Penn State game he should be cleared up to play in this weeks gamne.

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Auburn Target Tracker: Week 5

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Every week Auburn247 will update you on the performances of Auburn's commits and how they performed in their high school games. But we're also going to update you on notable performances from some of Auburn's top 2023, 2024 and 2025 targets.

This list of recruits will vary week to week based on performances and availability of stats.

Air Noland — 2024 QB

A name to continue to track in 2024, the Langston Hughes (Ga.) quarterback completed 11-of-14 passes for 166 yards and five touchdowns in a 65-0 win. 

Noland's season stats: 49-of-69 (71% completion percentage), 1,013 yards, 17 TDs | 13 carries, 50 yards, 1 TD | 4-0

Jelani Thurman — TE

One of Noland's five touchdowns went to the Ohio State tight end commit, who caught two passes for 15 yards and a touchdown. Thurman visited for the last two Auburn games.

On the year Thurman has eight receptions for 131 yards and four touchdowns 

Ryan Williams — 2025 WR

Offered by Auburn on Monday, the Auburn legacy put up another big game for Saraland this week. He caught four passes for 173 yards and three touchdowns in the 50-0 win.

J'Marion Burnette — 2024 RB

Before visiting for the Penn State game, Burnette was busy putting up another big game on Friday night with nine carries for 135 yards and three touchdowns. Andalusia is 5-0 on the season.

Joshua Horton — DT

It was an eight-tackle performance for the North Carolina commit at Langston Hughes on Friday night. Horton also had a tackle-for-loss in the big win. 

Khai Prean — WR

Committed to LSU but still an Auburn target, the receiver caught four passes for 26 yards and a touchdown. He took one carry for 12 yards, too.

Tony Mitchell — S

The Alabama defensive back commit at Thompson (Ala.) put up four tackles in the 48-3 win. Committed to Alabama, Mitchell visited Auburn for the San Jose State game and visited Texas A&M for the Miami game.

 

Kaleb Harris — 2024 S

One of the other talented defensive backs at Thompson, Harris also had four tackles in the win, along with a pass deflection. Harris has visited Auburn for the past two games.

Cameron Coleman — 2024 WR

The junior receiver at Central-Phenix City caught four passes for 71 yards and two touchdowns in a 49-16 win over Jefferson Davis.

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Future Tiger Tracker: Hopkins put together big game; Cobb crosses 1,000-yard mark

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Fresh off a bye week and recovered from a shoulder injury, one of Auburn's commits put up a big game on Friday night along with a return to action for another one of Auburn's commits. Auburn247 is keeping up with all of Auburn's commits this season, tracking how they perform each week and their stats for the season.

Follow the future and see how Auburn's commits performed this week:

Adam Hopkins — WR

After a bye week gave Hopkins some time to rest up, he took advantage of it. The 4-star receiver commit caught five passes for 77 yards and two touchdowns and also ran the ball once for 18 yards.

Hopkins and Thomas County Central crushed Godby (Fla.) 48-13 in the win. Next up is a game against Veterans (Ga.) on Friday.

Season stats: N/A

Thomas County Central Yellow Jackets: 5-0

Jeremiah Cobb — RB

If you've kept up with this throughout the season, you can probably guess what's about to be written.

If you guessed that Montgomery Catholic (Ala.) blew someone out and Cobb racked up a lot of yards on not a lot carries, you'd be correct. In a 56-0 win over Pike Liberal Arts (Ala.), Cobb ran six times for 164 yards (27.3 YPC) and two touchdowns.

Montgomery Catholic hosts Montgomery Academy (Ala.) this Friday.

Season stats: 74 carries, 1,013 yards, 17 TDs (13.7 YPC) | 9 receptions, 170 yards, 4 TDs

Montgomery Catholic Knights: 6-0

Daquayvious Sorey — WR

Auburn's other 4-star wide receiver commit put together a strong stat line for himself, too. In Chipley's (Fla.) 27-6 win over Freeport (Fla.), Sorey caught four passes for 67 yards and a touchdown. On defense, he recorded four tackles and two pass deflections.

Chipley is on a bye week this week and plays at Maclay (Fla.) on Oct. 7 next.

Season stats: 27 receptions, 493 yards, 7 TDs | 4 carries, 68 yards | 10 tackles

Chipley Tigers: 5-0

Terrance Love — S

It was another relatively quiet game for Auburn's safety commit as teams look to attack whichever side of the field he's not on. In a 48-3 win over Douglas County (Ga.), Love recorded three tackles.

Langston Hughes (Ga.) and Love play at Alexander (Ga.) on Friday.

Season stats: 19 tackles, 1 PBU | 3 receptions, 90 yards, 1 TD

Langston Hughes Panthers: 4-0

Adrian Posse — 2024 QB

After transferring to Miami Edison (Fla.) and eligibility issues forced him to sit out the first three games of the season, Posse was ruled eligible and played on Friday night against Rickards (Fla.).

Edison lost 38-25 and stats have not been shared yet, but Posse did say after Auburn's win against Missouri he had a touchdown pass.

Season stats: N/A

Miami Edison Red Raiders: 1-3

Jamarrion Harkless — DT

Frederick Douglass (Ky.) and Harkless cruised to a 41-0 win over Scott County (Ky.). Harkless' stats have not been shared from the game.

Next up is a home game against Grant County (Ky.) on Friday.

Season stats: N/A

Frederick Douglass Broncos: 6-0

Bradyn Joiner — IOL

The No. 1 team in the state of Alabama, Auburn High (Ala.) kept rolling with a 42-21 win over Ramsay (Ala.) on Friday. It's rivalry week for the Tigers this week, with Opelika (Ala.) on the schedule for Friday.

Season stats: N/A

Auburn High Tigers: 6-0

Wilky Denaud — DL

Auburn's defensive line commit was able to get it done with a 28-17 win over Bishop Moore (Fla.) on Friday. Stats have not been shared from the game.

Season stats: N/A

John Carroll Catholic Rams: 4-0

A'Mon Lane — 2024 CB

Lane and Moody (Ala.) kept the hot streak going with a 47-0 win over Shelby County (Ala.) on Friday night. Stats have not been shared from the game yet.

Moody hosts Springville (Ala.) this Friday.

Season stats: N/A

Moody Blue Devils: 6-0

Gernorris Wilson — OT

Auburn's most recent commit was on a bye week. Lakeland (Fla.) plays Lake Gibson (Fla.) this Friday.

Season stats: N/A

Lakeland Dreadnaughts: 3-0

JC Hart — CB

Loachapoka (Ala.) and Hart were on a bye week. This week, the Indians will host Calhoun (Ala.)  on Friday.

Season stats: N/A

Loachapoka Indians: 5-0

Ashley Williams — edge

Zachary (La.) and Williams were on a bye this week. This week, it's a trip to Winona (Miss.) for the 2-1 Broncos.

Season stats: 11 tackles, 4 TFL, 3.5 sacks

Zachary Broncos: 2-1

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It's getting close to mid season and we have an unusual percentage of kids who are playing on teams that are still undefeated. That can't be bad.

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Future Tiger Tracker: Love finds success on offense, Posse picks up first win

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It was a relatively quiet week for Auburn's commits this week, but there were still a few notable performances. Auburn247 is keeping up with all of Auburn's commits this season, tracking how they perform each week and their stats for the season.

Follow the future and see how Auburn's commits performed this week:

Terrance Love — S

Defensively, it was a quiet game for Love. In a 40-7 blowout win, there wasn't a lot asked of him as he accumulated two tackles. Over on offense, though, Love found paydirt twice as he caught two passes for 54 yards and two touchdowns.

Langston Hughes (Ga.) is 6-0 and hosts East Paulding (Ga.) this week.

Season stats: 21 tackles, 1 PBU | 5 receptions, 144 yards, 3 TD

Langston Hughes Panthers: 6-0

Adrian Posse — 2024 QB

Auburn's junior quarterback commit is finally playing — now at Mater Academy Charter (Fla.) — his third high school this season. Losing his first game at Mater Academy Charter, Posse's team won 33-29 on Saturday.

Stats have not been shared from his game.

Season stats: N/A

Mater Academy Charter Lions: 1-5

Adam Hopkins — WR

Auburn's 4-star receiver commit caught two passes for 15 yards and ran once for six yards in a 48-21 win over Veterans (Ga.).

Next up is a game at Tift County (Ga.).

Season stats: N/A

Thomas County Central Yellow Jackets: 6-0

Jeremiah Cobb — RB

After suffering a minor ankle injury Montgomery Catholic (Ala.) pulled Cobb from the game to be safe. Before that, Cobb had four carries for 32 yards. Part of playing it safe came from the fact the Knights trounced Montgomery Academy (Ala.) 72-15.

Montgomery Catholic hosts Bullock County (Ala.) this Friday.

Season stats: 78 carries, 1,045 yards, 17 TDs (13.4 YPC) | 9 receptions, 170 yards, 4 TDs

Montgomery Catholic Knights: 7-0

JC Hart — CB

Fresh off a bye week, Hart and Loachapoka (Ala.) won 50-0 against Calhoun (Ala.). Hart accounted for two touchdowns in the win — one as a receiver and one on a punt return. 

This Friday it's a trip to Autaugaville (Ala.) for the undefeated Indians.

Season stats: N/A

Loachapoka Indians: 6-0

Ashley Williams — edge

Traveling up to Winona (Miss.), Williams made the most of the trip and racked up two tackles-for-loss, one sack, one forced fumble and three quarterback pressures in a 49-14 win.

Williams plays Woodlawn-B.R. this Thursday.

Season stats: 13 tackles, 6 TFL, 4.5 sacks, 1 FF

Zachary Broncos: 3-1

Jamarrion Harkless — DT

Frederick Douglass (Ky.) and Harkless cruised to a 57-0 win over Grant County (Ky.). Harkless' stats have not been shared from the game.

Harkless and Frederick Douglass (Ky.) are on a bye this week.

Season stats: N/A

Frederick Douglass Broncos: 7-0

Bradyn Joiner — IOL

The No. 1 team in the state of Alabama, Auburn High (Ala.) kept rolling with a 51-29 win over Opelika (Ala.) on Friday. Joiner got a little dinged up in the win, but Auburn High is on a bye week this week to give him extra time to heal.

After the bye week, Auburn High will play at Central-Phenix City (Ala.).

Season stats: N/A

Auburn High Tigers: 7-0

Wilky Denaud — DL

Hurricane Ian delayed Denaud's game to Monday against Cardinal Newman. It'll be a battle of the undefeated John Carroll Catholic Rams at 4-0 and the 5-0 Crusaders. 

Denaud's next game is Oct. 14 against Cardinal Mooney (Fla.).

Season stats: N/A

John Carroll Catholic Rams: 4-0

A'Mon Lane — 2024 CB

Lane and Moody (Ala.) kept the hot streak going with a 53-14 win over Springville (Ala.) on Friday night. Stats have not been shared from the game yet.

Moody plays at St. Clair County (Ala.) this week.

Season stats: N/A

Moody Blue Devils: 7-0

Gernorris Wilson — OT

Auburn's most recent commit played Lake Gibson (Fla.) early in the week to avoid Hurricane Ian. The Lakeland Dreadnaughts (Fla.) and Wilson won 47-14.

This Friday it's a trip to Bartow (Fla.) for Lakeland.

Season stats: N/A

Lakeland Dreadnaughts: 4-0

Daquayvious Sorey — WR

Sorey and Chipley were on a bye this week. They'll play at Maclay (Fla.) this Friday.

Season stats: 27 receptions, 493 yards, 7 TDs | 4 carries, 68 yards | 10 tackles

Chipley Tigers: 5-0

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Adrian Posse — 2024 QB

Auburn's junior quarterback commit is finally playing — now at Mater Academy Charter (Fla.) — his third high school this season. Losing his first game at Mater Academy Charter, Posse's team won 33-29 on Saturday.

Posse is now at his 5th high school overall. Something ain't right. I wish we had an interested Auburn person around Miami who could fill us in.

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