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November 10, 2013

Following the Future: Week 11




Clarksdale (Miss.) Coahoma Community College finished its season 1-8. West Virginia commit Sylvester Townes is taking his official visits now that his season is over including one this weekend to Kentucky and one scheduled for next weekend at USF. Townes was scheduled to visit Texas Tech last weekend but that visit was canceled and Townes is unsure exactly when or if the trip will be rescheduled. Townes says he is very firm with WVU but wants to see a few schools before making his way to Morgantown in January.

Woodland Hills (Ca.) Pierce College (7-1) got past Antelope Valley 22-13. Offensive lineman Just Scott is currently out for the next week or so with a bone bruise but expects to be back before the playoffs start. Scott says that he will also be taking a few official visits before finally enrolling at WVU. Tennessee and Michigan State are possible destinations for Scott. Pierce will take on Santa Monica on Saturday November 9th.

Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College (7-3) won its first round playoff game against Dodge City CC 21-6. The victory catapulted Hutchinson into the Region IV championship against Butler Community College who defeated Hutchinson 19-16 in six over times earlier this season. Cornerback Jaylon Myers ended the season as the leader for interceptions in the NJCAA.

Wesson (Miss.) Copiah-Lincoln Community College (7-2) finished just a game short of making the playoffs this season. Linebacker Edward Muldrow tells WVSports.com senior staff writer Keenan Cummings that he hasn't ruled out taking visits but that he is very firm with his commitment to West Virginia.

Monroeville (Pa.) Gateway (8-3) season came to an end after their second round playoff loss to Central Catholic 27-21. Gateway was able to put up 21 points against a Central Catholic team that hadn't given up more than 14 all season but it wasn't enough to launch Gateway into the next round. Wide receiver Ricky Rogers had an impressive season for Gateway and will be in town for West Virginia's match-up against Texas this weekend.

Springfield (Oh.) High School (1-9) season ended last week. Linebacker Davonte James, along with a car full of teammates, will take the drive from Springfield over to Morgantown to see WVU take on Texas this weekend.

Niles (Oh.) McKinley (5-5) season ended last week and McKinley failed to earn a playoff spot. Offensive lineman Josh Krok and a few of his teammates are making their way to West Virginia to see the much anticipated game against Big 12 foe Texas.

Avon (Oh.) High School (11-0) won their first round playoff game against St. Francis de Sale 38-14. Offensive lineman Walter Rauterkus will not be making his way to Morgantown this weekend as he had this weekend reserved for hunting. Rauterkus isn't looking at any other school and has said on multiple occasions that he is not interested in taking any other visits.

Morganown (W.Va.) High School (8-2) ends its regular season last week and the last week of football for the state of West Virginia is past friday. Offensive lineman Amanii Brown and 2015 Athlete Stone Wolfley will know who they will take on next weekend once the state playoffs start. Both prospects are expected to be in attendance for the Texas game.

Baltimore (Md.) Dunbar (8-2) defeats Southwestern in the last game of the regular season 42-0. Dunbar will know later who they will take on in the first round of the playoffs but before then quarterback William Crest will head west to see West Virginia take on Texas this weekend like so many other local commits.

Elkton (Md.) Eastern Christian Academy (7-3) lost their second straight game with a close loss to Friendship Collegiate Academy 27-24. While still waiting on confirmation, offensive lineman Josh Herr said that he planned to visit West Virginia this weekend.

Oviedo (Fla.) High School (6-4) was knocked out of the playoffs last week but they didn't let them keep that from going out on top as they defeated Seminole 32-14.

Miami (Fla.) Coral Reef (6-4) destroyed Hialeah 52-16. West Virginia commit Jacob McCrary only had one catch for one yard but it was for Coral Reef's first touchdown of the game. McCrary wasn't needed and once the game was over the talented wide receiver made his way to West Virginia for his official visit to Morgantown. Coral Reefs regular season is over and they did not make the playoffs.

Miami (Fla.) Booker T. Washington (10-0) regular season is over and they are prepping to take on Glades Central in the first round of the playoffs. Wide receiver Lamar Parker has all ready taken his official visit to Morgantown back in mid October.

Jensen Beach (Fla.) High School (5-5) won their fourth game in a row with a big win against Martin County 42-14. Linebacker Xavier Preston took his official visit to West Virginia back in early September.

Miami (Fla.) Jackson (5-5) was defeated by Miami Northwestern 15-14 in overtime. In a game that only saw two completions by Jackson quarterback Quinton Flowers, junior Mountaineer commit Jovon Durante was only able to haul in one catch for eight yards.


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