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Commitment Tracker (12/04): Teams Hanging On for Title Runs

The few Michigan commitments left in the playoffs are fighting for chances to play for a ring. Who's playing well, and who's going home?

Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

More playoffs, more problems. Players who had already exited the playoffs before this article include TE Ian Bunting, LB Michael Ferns, WR Drake Harris, WDE Lawrence Marshall, DT Bryan Mone and LB Jared Wangler, QB Wilton Speight, WR Maurice Ways, OLB Chase Winovich, K Andrew David, RB Damien Harris, S Tyree Kinel and OL Jon Runyan.

2014 Commitments

Juwan Bushell-Beatty (Paramus Catholic, NJ) - Paramus Catholic will play on December 6th against St. Peter's Prep for a chance to play in the state championship game.

Freddy Canteen (Eastern Christian Academy, MD) - ECA beat St. Frances by a score of 42-6.

Mason Cole (East Lake HS, FL) - East Lake continues to advance, this time beating Port Charlotte by 34 points.

Noah Furbush (Kenton, OH) - Noah brought the quarterback down more than once in a solid defensive performance, but Kenton fell a point short in a 20-21 loss to Clinton-Massie. His next game will be as a Michigan Wolverine.

Jabrill Peppers (Paramus Catholic, NJ) - Paramus Catholic will play on December 6th against St. Peter's Prep for a chance to play in the state championship game. Peppers is coming off of a strong performance against his old school, Don Bosco.

Brandon Watson (Eastern Christian Academy, MD) - ECA beat St. Frances by a score of 42-6.

2015 Commitments

George Campbell (East Lake HS, FL) - East Lake won and advances in convincing fashion. Campbell caught three touchdown passes in the effort; he had 6 catches for 120 yards total.

Shaun Crawford (St. Edward, OH) - St. Ed's lost to Mentor by a field goal, 38-41. Crawford contributed 119 yards of rushing in the loss.

Gold Star to Put on Momma's Refrigerator Award

One more week of playoffs means fewer plays to choose from. This week's GSTPOMRA goes to George Campbell, who scored enough through the air to win the game with his touchdowns alone. We've all been waiting for the five-star super talent to bust out and have that signature performance, and Campbell certainly turned it in this past week.