Video: Recruits who went offSee highlights of future Clemson, Georgia and USC players.
Part of the fun of being a college football fan is monitoring the progress of recruits at the high school level. We aim to aid that process with a new weekly feature showcasing the biggest performances from some of the country's top prospects.
Fans of Clemson, Florida, Georgia, Ohio State UCLA and Washington might want to pay special attention this week as we unveil our second edition at recruits that went off — big performers from games played Sept. 28-30.
Matt CorralSchool: Long Beach Poly (Calif.)Position:
: No. 32 overall, No. 3 pro-style QB College commitment:
457 yards passing, seven total touchdowns in 56-0 victory over Woodrow Wilson (Calif.). The Jackrabbits are 4-1 overall.Zamir WhiteSchool: Scotland (Laurinburg, N.C.)Position:
Running BackRecruiting rank
: No. 6 overall, No. 1 RBCollege commitment:
244 yards rushing on 11 carries with six touchdowns in one half during a 57-20 rout over Purnell Sweat (N.C.). The Fighting Scots are 4-1 this season.Trevor LawrenceSchool: Cartersville (Ga.)Position:
: No. 2 overall, No. 1 pro-style QBCollege commitment:
308 yards passing, five touchdowns in a 55-6 win over Central (Carrollton, Ga.). Lawrence is within 631 yards and 16 touchdowns of breaking Deshaun Watson's career Georgia high school passing marks. Olaijah GriffinSchool: Mission Viejo (Calif.)Position:
: No. 54 overall, No. 9 pro-style CBCollege commitment:
147 yards receiving, four total touchdowns in a 49-17 victory over El Torro (Lake Forest, Calif.). The No. 21 Diablos are 6-0.
Jeremy RuckertSchool: Lindenhurst (N.Y.)Position:
Tight EndRecruiting rank
: No. 22 overall, No. 1 TECollege commitment:
Ohio State Last week:
Pick-six, receiving touchdown and kicked a field goal in a 45-12 win over Connetquot (Bohemia, N.Y.). The Bulldogs are 4-0.Colson YankoffSchool: Coeur d'Alene (Idaho)Position:
: No. 89 overall, No. 6 dual-threat QBCollege commitment:
212 yards passing, 113 yards rushing and five total touchdowns in a 45-7 victory over Capital Christian (Sacramento, Calif.). The Vikings improved to 4-2 overall.