Video: Top recruits who went offThese top prospects put up big numbers this week.
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 Texas A&M, Texas, Rutgers and Louisiana Monroe 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. 19-21.
Grant GunnellSchool: St. Pius X (Houston)Position:
): No. 30 overall, No. 2 pro-style QB College commitment:
Texas A&MLast week:
503 yards passing, 10 touchdowns in 69-14 victory over Rudder (Bryan, Texas.). The 10 touchdown passes tied a Texas state record. The Panthers are 3-0.B.J. FosterSchool: Angleton (Texas)Position:
No. 17 overall, No. 1 safetyCollege commitment:
Texas Last week:
157 receiving yards, 109 rushing yards, three touchdowns in only two and a half quarters of action. The Wildcats walloped Westside (Houston) 63-7 to improve to 3-0.Henry To'oto'oSchool: De La Salle (Concord, Calif.)Position:
No. 13 overall, No. 2 outside linebackerCollege commitment:
171 rushing yards, four touchdowns in 49-30 win over Central (Fresno, Calif.). The Spartans are 4-1 on the year.
Jalen ChatmanSchool: Narbonne (Harbor City, Calif.)Position:
No. 1,179 overall, No. 32 dual threat QB College commitment:
516 passing yards, 26 rushing yards, six touchdowns in 56-50 loss to St. Louis (Honolulu). The Gauchos are 2-3 on the season.Colby SuitsSchool: North Forney (Texas)Position:
No. 1,943 overall, No. 65 pro style QB College commitment:
Louisiana MonroeLast week:
400 passing yards, 200 rushing yards, 10 touchdowns in 70-65 win over Wylie East (Texas). The Falcons improved to 4-0.Coran TaylorSchool: Peoria (Ill.)Position:
No. 1,146 overall, No. 30 dual threat QBCollege commitment:
261 yards passing, 122 yards rushing and six total touchdowns in a 94-54 win over Bloomington (Ill.). Peoria (3-2) put up 82 weeks the previous week.