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The Week 4 guide to watching Texas commits in action

Posted September 21st, 2017

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Football is officially back throughout the state after action resumed as scheduled in Week 3 after delays due to Hurricane Harvey. All 18 of Texas’ 2018 commitments were in action. The only commitment not in action this weekend is DeMarvion Overshown because Arp is on a bye.

A guide to watching in-state commits in action

Angleton vs. Houston Westside  

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Where: Wildcat Stadium

When: Friday, 7:30 p.m.

Commits: B.J. Foster, 5-star safety

Cibolo Steele vs. Smithson Valley

Where: Lehnhoff Stadium

When: Friday, 7:30 p.m.

Commits: Caden Sterns, 4-star safety

Alief Taylor vs. Katy Seven Lakes

Where: Crump Stadium

When: Saturday, 6 p.m.

Commits: Brennan Eagles, 4-sar wide receiver

Spring Dekaney vs. Klein Oak

Where: Leonard George Stadium

When: Thursday, 5 p.m.

Commits: Malcolm Epps, 4-star tight end

Houston Heights vs. Tompkins

Where: Delmar Stadium

When: Thursday, 7 p.m.

Commits: Jalen Green, 4-star safety

Houston Lamar vs. Alief Elsik

Where: Delmar Stadium

When: Friday, 7 p.m.

Commits: Al’vonte Woodard, 4-star wide receiver

Spring Westfield vs. Clear Springs   

Where: Leonard George Stadium

When: Friday, 7 p.m.

Commits: Keondre Coburn, 4-star defensive tackle

Carthage at Gilmer

Where: Jeff Traylor Stadium

When: 7 p.m., Saturday

Commits: Keaontay Ingram, 4-star running back

Frisco Wakeland vs. Wilson

Where: Memorial Stadium

When: Friday, 7:30 p.m.

Commits: Rafiti Ghirmai, 4-star offensive lineman

Fort Worth Eastern Hills at Richland

Where: Richland Springs

When: Friday, 7:30 p.m.

Commits: Byron Hobbs, 3-star linebacker (injured)

Seminole vs. River Road

Where: Wigwam Stadium

When: Friday, 7:30 p.m.

Commits: Reese Moore, 3-star offensive lineman

Lake Travis at Pflugerville Hendrickson

Where: Hendrickson Football Stadium

When: Friday, 7 p.m.

Commits: Cameron Dicker, 3-star kicker

The out-of-state commits

Cameron Rising, quarterback, Newbury Park (Calif.)

FYI: 6-2/209; 4 stars; No. 157 player nationally, per 247Sports composite

Newbury Park and 4-star quarterback commit Cameron Rising are 2-2 on the season heading into a road game against Venice. Rising has thrown for 845 yards and 9 touchdowns to 2 interceptions, completing more than 62 percent of his passes. He’s added 213 yards rushing a touchdown on the ground.

Rondale Moore, wide receiver, Trinity (Ky.)

FYI: 5-8.5/174; 4 stars; No. 200 player nationally

Moore continues to put up video game numbers as a senior on one of the nation’s top high school teams. Trinity moved to 4-0 and Moore registered 18 catches for 242 yards and three touchdowns. The big news of the week is that Moore is planning a trip to Purdue on Saturday.

Casey Thompson, quarterback, Newcastle (Okla.)

FYI: 6-1/184; 4 stars; No. 112 player nationally

Thompson transferred schools over the summer, following his former offensive coordinator, Jeff Brickman, from Southmoore High to Newcastle and the group is still searching for its first win. Through three games, Thompson has 814 yards passing and 286 yards rushing. He’s accounted for 7 touchdowns and thrown 4 interceptions.

Ayodele Adeoye, linebacker, IMG Academy (Fla.)

FYI: 6-0/231; 4 stars; No. 112 player nationally

Adeoye continues to see limited action in his senior season at IMG Academy.

Dominick Wood-Anderson, tight end, Arizona Western College (JUCO)

FYI: 6-5/245; 3 stars; No. 11-ranked JUCO player nationally

Arizona Western College hopes to become 3-0 with a home game against Eastern Arizona on Saturday. Wood-Anderson recorded 3 catches for 54 yards through two games.

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