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.
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