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Monday Recruiting: ‘Cuse Commits Show Up In Playoff Games

Find out how the SU football commits are faring in high school.

Starting in Louisiana, SU 2016 QB commit Lindsey Scott threw five touchdowns on only seven completions at one point in his Zachary team’s 54-32 playoff win over Sulphur Friday.

Scott finished the night 10/18 for 253 yards with six touchdown passes. He also rushed for 121 yards in the game.

One issue for Zachary in this game is that the team had a whopping 213 penalty yards. Coach Dave Brewerton made his team run wind sprints afterwards because of the lack of discipline.

Moving north, in North Carolina 2016 running back commit Moe Neal’s high school career ended on a controversial play.

Neal’s Forestview team was down 28-14 with 2:58 to play against West Henderson. On Forestview’s next drive Neal caught a 32-yard touchdown pass to bring Forestview to within one score.

Forestview then attempted an onside kick and recovered. The team drove the ball inside West Henderson’s ten-yard line on the ensuing drive. Neal got the call on a play near the goal line and lost a fumble after originally being ruled down leading to a 28-21 defeat.

Neal finished the game with 173 total yards of offense and two touchdowns. He finishes the season with 1,381 rushing yards and 20 touchdowns as well as 519 receiving yards and 9 touchdowns according to the Syracuse Post Standard.

In New Jersey, 2016 SU defensive commits Jamal Holloway and Dymelle Parker scored a playoff victory Friday.

Their Camden team defeated Woodrow Wilson 31-6. In addition to playing linebacker, Parker also plays running back for Camden and had a one-yard touchdown run in the game.

In Florida, 2016 SU defensive back commit Scoop Bradshaw made a heads up play en route to a 35-24 Plant victory over Lakeland Kathleen.

In the second half, Bradshaw forced a fumble that went out of the back of the end zone for a touch back to maintain Plant’s lead.

Finally, a second 2016 defensive back, Monquavion Brinson, led his Mays (GA) team to a 31-0 playoff win over Creekview Friday. Brinson’s father told the Fizz that Monquavion, “shutdown a 6’4’’ wide receiver in the game.

Who are you most excited to see in an SU football uniform in the coming years?

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Posted: Connor Morrissette

The Fizz is owned, edited and operated by Damon Amendolara. D.A. is an ’01 Syracuse graduate from the Newhouse School with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.

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