Video: Recruits that went off last weekendFuture Georgia Bulldogs running back Zamir White among those featured.
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, Georgia, Houston and Missouri might want to pay special attention this week as we roll out our initial look at recruits that went off – big performers from games played Sept. 14-16.
Zamir WhiteSchool: Scotland (Laurinburg, N.C.)Position:
Running backRecruiting rank (247Sports composite)
: No. 6 overall, No. 1 running backCollege commitment:
212 yards rushing, three touchdowns in 40-27 win over West Mecklenburg (Charlotte, N.C.). The Fighting Scots improved to 2-1. James FosterSchool: Lanier (Montgomery, Ala.)Position:
No. 361 overall, No. 14 dual threat QBCollege commitment:
13-of-18 passing, 324 yards, six touchdowns in a 51-7 win over Russell County (Seale, Ala.). The Poets are 4-0. Amon-Ra St. BrownSchool: Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.)Position:
Wide receiverRecruiting rank:
No. 11 overall, No. 2 wide receiverCollege commitment:
Nine catches, 147 yards and three touchdowns in a 62-14 win over Bergen Catholic (Oradell, NJ.). The Monarchs, ranked No. 1 in the country, are 4-0. Julon WilliamsSchool: Judson (Converse, Texas)Position:
No. 713 overall, No. 62 athleteCollege commitment:
336 total yards, five passing touchdowns and two rushing TDs in a 62-21 win over Roosevelt (San Antonio). The Rockets are 3-0. Derion KendrickSchool: South Pointe (Rock Hill, S.C.)Position:
No. 78 overall, No. 15 wide receiverCollege commitment:
324 total yards, two passing touchdowns, two rushing touchdowns in a 33-27 win over Buford (Ga.). The Stallions are 4-0.