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Miami Hurricanes Recruiting: Recruit Recap from HSFB Week 2

Let’s take a look at how Miami’s commits fared this week

Bethune Cookman v Miami Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

The HSFB season rolls along. How did our commits do? Come check it out:

Brevin Jordan, Bishop Gorman (NV)

With a 55 game winning streak on the line, Bishop Gorman went to southern California to face off against Mater Dei (CA). The two illustrious powerhouses had a chance to make a big statement in the early going of the season. Jordan could only do so much (100 yards, 1 TD) as Bishop Gorman and its win streak fell to Mater Dei, 35-21.

Artur Sitkowski/Brian Hightower, IMG Academy (Bradenton)

The two Miami commits traveled all the way to San Diego, CA to beat Centennial (CA), 40-20. Sitkowski threw 1 of his 2 first half TD’s on the night to Hightower. A lot of the damage was done on the ground in this one and IMG’s RB, Trey Sanders, ran for a pair of TD’s of 75 and 65 yards in the fourth quarter to seal the deal. Sitkowski and Hightower will be at home for the first time of the season this upcoming week.

Mark Pope/Daquris Wiggins/Delon Scaife, Miami Southridge

Miami Southridge started to right the ship this week with a big 41-6 win over North Miami. Pope scored on a long 73 yard TD catch, his first of the year.

Al Blades Jr., St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale)

St. Thomas Aquinas rolled past Piper (Sunrise) 40-0. They will face Flanagan (Pembroke Pines) next week.

Gurvan Hall, Palm Beach Gardens

Gurvan Hall helped lead his team to another blowout win this week, this time against Royal Palm Beach, 41-0. Defense rules.

Gilbert Frierson, Coral Gables

Coral Gables came back and won this week, 26-7 against Miami Edison after a close loss VS South Dade last week. Frierson had a nice punt return called back, but he is looking good. He was spotted sporting Georgia gloves and a Miami wristband during the game.

DJ Ivey, South Dade

South Dade showed no mercy on Friday, beating Southwest Miami 57-0. You have to like it when you have a DB on the team that didn’t allow a single point all night. Let’s keep moving.

Will Mallory, Providence (Jacksonville)

Providence is still looking for its first win of the season after falling to Fort White in a close game, 28-23. They currently sit at (0-2-1).

Nesta Silvera, American Heritage

American Heritage continues to flex its muscles to show that they are among the nations best. Silvera played in his first game at home of the year, against nationally ranked Liberty (NV). The defensive line continues to be incredible with leaders Silvera and Andrew Chatfield, who had a fumble recovery for a TD. American Heritage took this one 31-0.

Gregory Rousseau, Champagnat Catholic

Champagnat got to stretch this one out after a tough, low scoring affair last week. Rousseau and his squad defeated Barringer (NJ) 53-12 on Friday.

That does it for this week’s recap. A lot of games were cancelled due to rain and some teams had a bye week. Hopefully we get to see the boys in action this upcoming week, barring any bad weather from incoming Hurricane Irma, should its presence be felt earlier than expected.

Not in action: Due to cancellation - Lorenzo Lingard, University (Orange City), John Campbell, Dr. Phillips (Orlando), Cam Davis, Miami Carol City, Cleveland Reed, Fort Meade, Josh Jobe, Cheshire Academy (CT), Bubba Baxa, Pasadena Memorial (TX)