Running Back 5-8 190 pounds
Summerville High School
No this isn't the same list as weeks before. Henderson (senior) has been on a tear all season long already surpassing the 1100 yard mark on the season. Friday he rushed for 300 yards and scored 4 touchdowns for Summerville in a 41-27 victory over Stratford. Legendary Summerville head coach John McKissick had this to say about Henderson after the game. "He's special. He's like Houdini." Expect teams to try and key on Henderson throughout the rest of the season but so far he's proved his coach correct as everyone has tried to slow him down to no avail.
Running Back 6-1 175 pounds
Irmo High School
Scott (senior) like Henderson is on the list once again. The two backs are strong candidates for this years Shrine Bowl. Scott rushed 30 times for 303 yards and 5 touchdowns in leading Irmo to a 35-23 victory over Aiken. Scott has gained the attention of a number of regional schools including nearby South Carolina. Reporting a 3.1 GPA and taking the SAT for the first time this Saturday, a qualifying score should see him start to pull in quite a few offers.
Quarterback 6-2 180 pounds
Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School
The O-W quarterback is making plenty of noise and on Friday he guided his team to a 48-34 victory over Richland Northeast. Davis (senior) was spectacular in his performance going 23-28 for 405 yards and 5 touchdowns in the win. Davis is being projected as an athlete on the next level but he's had a monster senior season for the Bruins. Some think he should get a long look as a possible Shrine Bowl selection.
Quarterback 6-0 178 pounds
Gaffney High School
Burris (senior) continues to elevate his game each week. He helped Gaffney defeat Greenville 33-31. Orchestrating the comeback Burris was 22-37 for 336 yards and 4 touchdowns. He also rushed for a touchdown on the ground in the victory over the Red Raiders from Greenville.
Running Back 5-10 200 pounds
Wade Hampton High School
Hayes (junior) is another repeat performer as he's helped his team to an undefeated season so far heading into a major matchup with Greenville. The game should determine the region winner from the looks of things. Last Friday Hayes rushed 20 times for 238 yards and scored 2 rushing touchdowns. He also had a touchdown catch in the 50-37 victory over Columbia.
Running Back 5-8 162 pounds
Fort Mill High School
Kryst (senior) has been the catalyst so far for his Fort Mill squad and he was at it again last week. In a double overtime 41-35 victory over Broome Kryst rushed for 222 yards and scored 3 touchdowns on the ground. He also scored on a touchdown catch for his team. Teams have had little success in trying to slow Kryst down this season and opposing coaches are giving major props to him for his talents.
Quarterback 6-4 197 pounds
Northwestern High School
Worley (senior) has continued his assault on the record books and he did it big in a 45-35 win over Nations Ford High. The Tennessee commit was 27-35 for 332 yards with 4 touchdowns in the victory.
Wide Receiver 5-10 185 pounds
Berea High School
Dickey (senior) is being projected as a but lines up at quarterback for his squad. The results have been great thus far as the Bulldogs are off to their best start in over a decade with Dickey at the controls. Friday he rushed for 205 yards and 2 touchdowns in a 20-13 victory over previously undefeated Pickens. Dickey also threw for a score in the victory. Already holding one Southern Conference scholarship other schools in the conference are taking a long hard look at the Berea standout.
Quarterback 6-2 180 pounds
Calhoun County High School
Jeffrey (senior) has been outstanding all season for the Saints and he was at it again on Friday. He passed for 330 yards and 5 touchdowns in a 48-6 victory over Hunter-Kinard-Tyler High School. Scout.com projects him as a wide receiver on the next level but some schools have offered a chance to play quarterback on the next level. It will be interesting to see where he ends up as the Jeffrey camp has been hard to read in terms of recognizing favorites at this point.
Quarterback 6-1 183 pounds
Dutch Fork High School
Suber (senior) had a monster performance in a 49-43 overtime nailbiter over Lexington on Friday. He was a jack of all trades passing for 219 yards and rushing for 216 yards on the night. On the night Suber accounted for 3 touchdowns for his Dutch Fork squad.