Miami (Fla.) Booker T. Washington (14-0) defeated Jacksonville Bolles 40-21 to claim its second consecutive state championship and a national championship Saturday night at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando.
West Virginia wide receiver commitment Lamar Parker and his teammates reeled off 21-straight points to take control of the game and never look back beating Bolles for the second straight year in the title game.
Parker has already taken his official visit to Morgantown back in mid October. Parker ended his regular season with 30 receptions, 550 yards and six touchdowns.
Durham (N.C.) Southern Durham (13-2) and West Virginia 2015 running back commitment William Cameron defeated Hunt 38-10 in the East Finals of the N.C. High School Athletic Association Class 3AA football playoffs. The Spartans forced five turnovers in the second half and six for the game after leading only 17-10 at the break.
Cameron and his teammates will play for the state championship next Saturday against Shelby Crest at 7 p.m. at BB&T Field.
Baltimore (Md.) Dunbar (9-3) ended their season with a second round playoff loss. Quarterback William Crest will now work on getting himself ready for the 2014 season at West Virginia. Crest had mentioned that he could take additional official visits but at this point it appears the only official he will take will be to West Virginia and he was recently back on campus for the Iowa State season finale.
Avon (OH) High School (12-1) finished their season two weeks ago. The Avon Eagles and offensive line Walter Rauterkus has a very successful season. Rauterkus isn't looking at any other school and has said on multiple occasions that he is not interested in taking any other visits but will take his official visit to Morgantown during the Jan. 31 weekend.
Springfield (Oh.) High School (1-9) did not make the playoffs after their regular season came to an end. Linebacker Davonte James isn't planning on taking any additional visits beside the one to Morgantown this weekend.
Monroeville (Pa.) Gateway (8-3) season ended after a second round playoff loss. Wide receiver Ricky Rogers was in attendance for multiple West Virginia games this season and is currently on his official visit this weekend. He will enroll in January.
Niles (Oh.) McKinley (5-5) did not make the playoffs after their regular season came to an end. Krok is still not scheduled to take an additional official visit, except for the official he will take to West Virginia during the weekend of Jan. 17.
Morganown (W.Va.) High School (8-3) season ended with a playoff loss to University. Offensive lineman Amanii Brown and 2015 Athlete Stone Wolfley both fell short in their quest to avenge a regular season loss to University. Wolfley being a junior prospects won't take any official visits. Brown will take his official visit Jan. 31 and is firm to the Mountaineers.
Oviedo (Fla.) High School (6-4) did not make the playoffs after their regular season came to an end. Defensive lineman Tyree Owens scheduled his official visit for the weekend of Jan. 31 and should join quite a few of the other commits during that weekend.
Miami (Fla.) Coral Reef (6-4) Coral Reefs regular season is over and they did not make the playoffs. West Virginia commit Jacob McCrary took his official visit to Morgantown this past weekend and has no other visits scheduled at this time.
McCrary finished his season with 28 receptions for 505 yards and four touchdowns. The talented wide receiver also had a kick return for a touchdown on special teams.
Jensen Beach (Fla.) High School (5-5) regular season is over and they did not make the playoffs. Linebacker Xavier Preston took his official visit to West Virginia back in early September.
Miami (Fla.) Jackson (5-5) Finished the season and did not make the playoffs. Junior wide receiver Jovon Durante finished the season with 18 receptions for 498 yards and eight touchdowns. Durante also had an interception of defense and a return for a touchdown on special teams. Durante has taken multiple visits to different colleges through-out the season but hasn't wavered on his commitment to WVU to this point.
Clarksdale (Miss.) Coahoma Community College finished its season 1-8. West Virginia commit Sylvester Townes has taken trips to Kentucky and USF but still remains firm in his original commitment to WVU. He is set to enroll at West Virginia in January.
Wesson (Miss.) Copiah-Lincoln Community College (7-2) finished just a game short of making the playoffs this season. A recent offer from Arkansas had Muldrow considering a possible visit, but it doesn't appear that now will happen. He plans to enroll in January.
Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College (7-4) features cornerback Jaylon Myers, who ended the season as the leader for interceptions in the NJCAA. He plans to enroll at West Virginia in the summer and will receive his in-home visit this Friday.
Woodland Hills (Ca.) Pierce College (8-2) finished their season with a 41-16 against Glendale. Offensive lineman Justin Scott is considering possible visits and plans to enroll in Morgantown during the summer.