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Friday's Top Football Recruit Performances: October 22nd


Christian Russell (2011 3-star OLB) scored a three-yard touchdown in a 41-40 loss to Scotland County.

(2011 4-star QB) accounted for 365 yards and 5 touchdowns in a 41-0 victory.

(2011 4-star WR) combined for 85 yards rushing and receiving and scored on an 8-yard touchdown run.

Daquan Romero (2011 3-star MLB) caught a 17-yard touchdown pass in a 37-12 victory.

(2011 3-star RB) rushed for 75 yards and a touchdown as his Salisbury squad defeated Lexington 30-10.

(2011 4-star MLB) carried the ball 20 times for 127 yards and two touchdowns in a 22-20 loss.

(2011 3-star CB) returned an interception 80 yards for a touchdown in a 43-12 victory.

Curtis Grant (2011 5-star OLB) amassed seven tackles in a 48-0 blowout victory.

Savon Huggins (2011 4-star RB) had nine carries for 180 yards and four touchdowns as Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly looked on in a 49-0 win.

(2011 3-star WR) scored two touchdowns, one of them on a 50-yard run to lead his team to a 42-3 victory.

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