How the Dandy Dozen fared: Week 6

How the Dandy Dozen fared: Week 6

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How the Dandy Dozen fared: Week 6

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Oxford's DK Metcalf leaps for the pass as West Point's Randall Johnson defends.

Oxford’s DK Metcalf leaps for the pass as West Point’s Randall Johnson defends.

Most of the Dandy Dozen began region play with their teams last Friday. Here’s a look at how the 12 players fared in Week 6.

Jack Abraham, QB, Oxford: The Tulane commit completed 15 of 20 passes for 421 yards and five touchdowns in Oxford’s 50-28 win vs. West Point.

Raekwon Davis, DL/OL, Meridian: Davis, an Alabama commit, had three tackles (two for loss) and a sack against Jim Hill. The four-star prospect also played on the offensive line in Meridian’s 42-6 win.

Benito Jones, DT, Wayne County: The Ole Miss commit recorded three tackles and a sack in the War Eagles 60-33 win over Wingfield.

Kobe Jones, DL/OL, Starkville: Jones had two tackles and a fumble recovery on defense and helped anchor Starkville’s offensive line that allowed the Yellowjackets to amass 486 yards of offense vs. Callaway.

Octavious Cooley, TE, Laurel: Cooley had five catches for 115 yards and one touchdown. The Ole Miss commit also picked up two rushing touchdowns in Laurel’s rout of West Jones.

Nigel Knott, DB, Germantown: In his first game back after knee surgery, Knott had two receptions for nine yards, seven tackles, one pass deflection and one blocked extra point in Germantown’s 31-12 win at Vicksburg.

Keon Howard, QB, Laurel: The Memphis commit was 15 of 35 passing for 261 yards, one interception and one touchdown. On nine carries, Howard rushed for 109 yards in Laurel’s 37-0 shutout of West Jones.

A.J. Brown, WR, Starkville: The four-star wide-out had five receptions for 118 yards and one touchdown and returned a punt nine yards in Starkville’s 49-7 win at Callaway.

D.K. Metcalf, WR, Oxford: The Ole Miss commit had five receptions for 120 yards and two touchdowns in Oxford’s blowout win against West Point.

Jordan Duncan, WR, Oak Grove: The Cal commit had seven catches for 100 yards and one touchdown coupled with eight tackles and an interception in the Warriors 35-21 win vs. Forest Hill.

Justin Connor, ATH, North Panola: Connor did not play in North Panola’s 44-22 win vs. Manassas.

Jeffery Simmons, DE, Noxubee County: Simmons is recovering from an ankle injury and did not play in the Tigers 29-28 overtime loss at Kemper County.

Contact Courtney Cronin at (601) 961-7091 or ccronin@jackson.gannett.com. Follow @CourtneyRCronin on Twitter.

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