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The Week 6 guide to watching Texas commits in action

Posted October 5th, 2017

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District begins for most commitments

Each of Texas’ in-state commitments is either playing a district game or on an open week. Safety commit Caden Sterns of Cibolo Steele and kicker Cameron Dicker of Lake Travis are the only two in-state commitments without a game to play. The rest of the 2018 group faces important matchups as teams across Texas start to jockey for playoff positions. Byron Hobbs, a 3-star linebacker from Fort Worth Eastern Hills, is still out with an injury.

A guide to watching in-state commits in action

Angleton vs. Victoria East  

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Where: Wildcat Stadium (Angleton)

When: Friday, 7:30 p.m.

Commits: B.J. Foster, 5-star safety (Angleton)

Alief Taylor at Pearland

Where: Pearland Stadium

When: Friday, 7 p.m.

Commits: Brennan Eagles, 4-sar wide receiver (Alief Taylor)

Spring Dekaney at Spring Westfield

Where: Leonard George Stadium (Spring)

When: Friday, 7 p.m.

Commits: Malcolm Epps, 4-star tight end (Dekaney); Keondre Coburn, 4-star defensive tackle (Westfield)

Houston Heights vs. Bellaire

Where: Delmar Stadium (Houston)

When: Friday, 7 p.m.

Commits: Jalen Green, 4-star safety (Houston Heights)

Houston Lamar at Houston Westside  

Where: Delmar Stadium (Houston)

When: Saturday, 6 p.m.

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

Arp vs. Elysian Fields   

Where: Tiger Stadium (Arp)

When: Friday, 7 p.m.

Commits: DeMarvion Overshown, 4-star safety (Arp)

Carthage at Henderson

Where: Lion Stadium (Henderson)

When: 7:30 p.m., Saturday

Commits: Keaontay Ingram, 4-star running back (Carthage)

Frisco Wakeland at Frisco Reedy

Where: Memorial Stadium (Frisco)

When: Thursday, 7 p.m.

Commits: Rafiti Ghirmai, 4-star offensive lineman (Wakeland)

Seminole vs. Greenwood

Where: Wigwam Stadium (Seminole)

When: Friday, 7 p.m.

Commits: Reese Moore, 3-star offensive lineman (Seminole)

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 4-2 heading into an away game against Oaks Christian. Rising is again putting up video game numbers at quarterback. Through six games, the 4-star has 1,187 yards passing and 335 yards rushing, accounting for 13 touchdowns.

Rondale Moore, wide receiver, Trinity (Ky.)

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

The last time out, Moore registered 18 catches for 242 yards and three touchdowns in one game. His team hosts its fifth game of the year on Friday after a bye week.

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 School to Newcastle and the group earned its first win last week. Through five games, Thompson has 1,389 yards passing and 471 yards rushing. He’s accounted for 13 touchdowns and has thrown 5 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. The 4-star linebacker posted six tackles in his first three games of the year.

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

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

Arizona Western College was on a bye last week. The group travels to Snow College on Saturday.

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