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How did Clemson’s commitments perform in their games on Friday night?

The Clemson Insider has the latest on those performances here:

The playoffs are in full swing, and many of Clemson’s commits took part in the action last night.

Cordarrian Richardson ran wild in Trezevant (Tenn.)’s 64-30 win against Douglass. Richardson racked up a whopping 286 yards and three touchdowns on just 14 carries (20.4 average). He scored a 45-yard touchdown, an 87-yard touchdown and a 52-yard touchdown on three consecutive carries.

Grayson (Ga.) quarterback Chase Brice orchestrated Grayson’s offense in the efficient manner he typically does as Grayson defeated Mountain View 56-7. Brice completed 14-of-18 passes for 230 yards and a 42-yard touchdown pass that put his team up 49-0 entering halftime.

Westlake (Atlanta) cornerback A.J. Terrell, who plays on both sides of the ball, caught three passes for 35 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 25 yards on five carries and another touchdown in Westlake’s 24-23 victory over Etowah. Unfortunately, Terrell injured his knee after one of the receptions and will undergo an MRI today to determine the extent of the injury.

Calhoun (Ga.) linebacker and quarterback Baylon Spector scored a touchdown in Calhoun’s 42-0 romp over Monroe. Meanwhile, cornerback LeAnthony Williams helped Roswell (Ga.) beat Pebblebrook 45-7.

Wide receiver Amari Rodgers was held without a catch in Knoxville (Tenn.) Catholic’s 46-25 loss to Fulton. Defensive end Jordan Williams and Cox (Virginia Beach, Va.) fell to Grassfield 26-14, while Blake Vinson and North Marion (Citra, Fla.) were edged by Clay 41-38.

2018 linebacker commit Mike Jones and IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.) host St. Frances at 7 p.m. tonight.



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