Oklahoma commit CeeDee Lamb's monster game leads the ALL-USA Performances of the Week

Oklahoma commit CeeDee Lamb's monster game leads the ALL-USA Performances of the Week

ALL-USA Performances of the Week

Oklahoma commit CeeDee Lamb's monster game leads the ALL-USA Performances of the Week

CeeDee Lamb (Photo: 247Sports)

CeeDee Lamb (Photo: 247Sports)

Dede Westbrook has been a revelation for the Oklahoma Sooners this season and should play in the NFL next year. While that production will be tough to replace, the future looks bright in Norman as they have a capable replacement in Cedarian (CeeDee) Lamb. Lamb continued his remarkable season with nine catches for 226 yards and five touchdowns in a 51-28 victory against Drippings Springs, a win that sent Foster (Texas) to the state semifinals for the first time. The senior Oklahoma commit has 90 receptions for 1,911 yards and 32 touchdowns this season.

Lamb’s production leads the All USA Performances of the Week this week.

The rest of the Performances of the Week as fall sports continue around the nation:

Cordel Littlejohn, football, Lincolnton (N.C.)

Littlejohn was outstanding in a 72-44 win over Hendersonville. The quarterback threw for 427 yards and eight touchdowns, one off the NCHSAA state record. While Littlejohn came close to breaking the state record for touchdown passes, Lincolnton’s 72 points did break a state record—a mark that was set way back in 1963.

Brooke Reid, girls soccer, Titusville (Fla.)

Titusville didn’t allow a goal in three games last week and Reid was the difference in attack, scoring eight goals and dishing out four assists in the wins.

Braxton Robertson, boys basketball, Henryville (Ind.)

Henryville hasn’t beaten Silver Creek in their last 14 attempts, but it finally defeated the Dragons in overtime last week. Robertson provided the spark as the junior forward had 25 points.

Halley Miklos, girls basketball, Liberty Common (Colo.)

Liberty Common started its season 2-0 last week and Miklos put together two impressive performances. The Cornell commit had 18 points and 16 rebounds and four steals in the first win over Lyons, and 35 points, 14 boards, and four steals in the second win Berthoud. 

Zaven Collins, boys basketball, Hominy (Okla.)

The dual-threat Tulsa commit had 233 rushing yards and four touchdowns in a 43-15 win against Afton in the Oklahoma Class A semifinals. He has 45 total touchdowns this year and averages close to 10 yards per carry.

Lydia Ostenson, girls basketball, Shawnee Heights (Kan.)

Ostenson, a two-sport athlete who is a softball pitcher in the spring, had a game-high 21 points in a 57-27 win over KC Turner last week.

Morgan Griffith, girls basketball, West Frankfort (Ill.)

Griffith has been averaging 35 points and 7.5 rebounds per game this season, and recently became the all-time leading scorer in West Frankfort girls basketball history. The senior has 2,100 points in her career so far.

Aaron Henry, boys basketball, Ben Davis (Ind.)

Henry had 27 points, 10 rebounds, five assists, a block and a steal in a season-opening win over Northwest.

Cade Green, football, Lake Travis (Texas)

Lake Travis is known for producing excellent quarterback prospects, but they seem to have a gem at the wide receiver position in Cade Green. The three-star Wisconsin commit caught five passes for 135 yards and a touchdown in a 51-3 postseason win over Westlake. Green has 12 touchdown receptions this season.


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