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Su'a Cravens was an all-around star Friday, producing in every facet of the game against Anchorage South. He scored touchdowns three different ways.

Su'a Cravens showed why he is the nation's premier safety on Friday night while sparking Vista Murrieta (Murrieta, Calif.) to a lopsided 49-8 victory over South (Anchorage, Alaska). The game was part of the 2012 California High School Football Classic that pitted California schools against out-of-state teams over a two-week period.

Photo gallery from Friday's game

Ranked as the No. 5 overall player in the country by CBS/MaxPreps recruiting analyst Tom Lemming, Cravens was a one-man gang on defense. In addition to recovering a fumble, he scored touchdowns on an 88-yard interception return, a 10-yard return of a blocked punt and a 10-yard pass.

The 6-foot-1, 205-pound senior has committed to the University of Southern California.

South had won its first four games by a margin of 199-9 and was ranked as the No. 2 large school in Alaska.

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