- Brice Ramsey & Nick Glass unofficially visits Georgia
- Thaddeus Snodgrass, Malik McDowell, Clifton Garrett, Damon Webb, Dominique Booth, Delton Williams & Marcus Whitfield unofficially visits Michigan State
- Denzel Ward, Parrker Westphal & Kyle Trout unofficially visits Illinois
- Josh Malone & Todd Kelly unofficially visits Alabama for Ole Miss game
- Dante Sawyer, Jalan McClendon & MarQuez North unofficially visits North Carolina
- Holland Fisher officially visits Alabama
- Jeb Blazevich & Tony Brown unofficially visits LSU for Towson game
- Florida offers Malik McDowell yesterday, Tim Davis paid him a visit
- Drew Barker was 20-of-32 for 313 yds and 3 TDs had 158 rushing yards and 2 TDs in Conner's 38-21 win vs. rival Cooper (Ky.)
- James Quick caught 8 passes for 144 yards, including 75 TD. Named MVP of Trinity-St. Xavier game
- Jalen Hurd had 33 carries for 216 yards and four TDs in Beech's 28-21 win vs. Hendersonville
- Tyquan Lewis recorded 2 sacks
- Deshaun Watson was 17 of 24 for 277 yards and 3 TDs, and had 17 carries for 120 yards and 2 TDs
- Trevion Thompson had 6 catches for 120 yards and a touchdown
- MarQuez North had TD catches of 13 and 40 yards
- Todd Kelly scored three touchdowns in a 42-7 victory over Ezell-Harding
- Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 238 yards on 20 carries and had two TD's as St. Louis Burroughs defeated St. Louis Westminster Christian 33-7
- Taivon Jacobs had 170 receiving yards and two touchdowns as District Heights (Md.) Suitland defeated Springdale Flowers 26-14
Tuesday was “Dress Like a Nerd Day” at North High School in Riverside, Calif.
Marcus Baugh had an excuse not to participate.
The tight end, who committed to Ohio State in April, didn’t want to look ridiculous that day. He had a news conference to accept his selection as one of 90 players to compete in the 2013 Under Armour All-America game in St. Petersburg, Fla.
“It was pretty exciting,” Baugh said. “I’ve watched the game the past couple of years, and now I’m going to be playing in it. It’s a great feeling.”
Baugh, rated as a four-star recruit (out of five) by Rivals.com, joins fellow future Buckeyes Cam Burrows, Joey Bosa and Jalin Marshall in the game.
It was a nice honor in a season that hasn’t gone quite according to plan.
Baugh suffered a concussion early in North’s opener, and it kept him out until last week.
He was injured on a helmet-to-helmet hit. Unaware of the concussion, which he said was his first, Baugh kept playing.
“It was the Monday (after) when I felt the symptoms,” he said.
Coach Mark Paredes said he decided during the next week that Baugh wouldn’t play in the second game. “He just didn’t feel right,” Paredes said.
Baugh missed more than the game, too.