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Penn State Football Commits In Action: Week 10

It was a good weekend for future Nittany Lion wide receivers

NCAA Football: Penn State at Michigan State Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

Defensive lineman Amin Vanover and the St. Joseph Regional Green Knight suffered a tough 28-27 loss against Seton Hall Prep. Despite the loss, Vanover was nearly unblockable. Vanover recorded 6 tackles, 4 tackles for a loss, 3.5 sacks, and he forced a fumble as he did all he could to will his team to victory.

Wide receiver Jaden Dottin did a little bit of everything as he helped the Suffield Academy Tigers remain undefeated in the state of Connecticut. On offense, Dottin had 3 receptions for 69 nice yards and he rushed for 5 yards. Defensively, he had a tackle, a pass breakup and an interception.

Sticking with the wide outs, KeAndre Lambert had a big night in a 55-8 victory for Maury High School in Virginia. Lambert had 101 yards receiving and a touchdown. Meanwhile, in Texas, newly minted 4-star Parker Washington continued to put up huge numbers while making circus grabs.

Helping to lead the Bishop Gorman Gaels to an 8-1 record quarterback Micah Bowens had one of his best games of the season. Bowens was 8/11 for 151 yards and a touchdown through the air, and he rushed for 36 yards and a pair of scores.

In a 58-0 victory for Cocoa Tigers, it was a short night of work for running back Caziah Holmes. The Sunshine State standout had just 3 carries for 41 yards and a touchdown.

Defensive tackle Cole Brevard and the Carmel Greyhounds had the weekend off as they prepare for the playoffs to begin in Indiana. However, Brevard did release his senior season film. Brevard is one of the highest rated members of Penn State’s recruiting class and he shows why in his senior film. It would not be a surprise to see him push for playing time as a true freshman next fall.

Heading down to the DMV, Maryland linebacker Curtis Jacobs helped lead the McDonogh Eagles to a 25-22 victory over Spalding High School. In the win, Jacobs caught a pair of touchdowns. This included the game winner with 2:08 remaining in the game.

Staying in the DMV, offensive lineman Golden Israel-Achumba and defensive lineman Coziah Izzard helped lead the DeMatha Catholic Stags to a 31-17 victory over Good Counsel. After the game, GIA released his latest film. Get your syrup ready, because there are a lot of pancakes in his film.

Taking a look at the JUCO circuit, the Lackawanna Community College Falcons improved to 8-0 on the season with a 48-18 victory over Nassau Community College. Wide receiver Norval Black had 3 receptions for 37 yards and a touchdown for the Falcons, while safety Ji’Ayir Brown had a pair of tackles.