As we get later into November, high school football seasons start to end on a normal basis. That is the case for several Michigan commitments, including both of their quarterback commits who were knocked out of the playoffs on tough losses.
QB Brandon Peters vs Center Grove
Michigan's future quarterback saw his high school football career come to an end on an absolute heartbreaking loss as Centre Grove went for two in the 2nd OT to win 35-34.
But before putting a wrap on his season, check out his full season highlights. They are extremely impressive:
- Final Stats: 30 of 50 for 294 yards and 2 TDs
QB/ATH Victor Viramontes vs Bishop Amat
Viramontes and Norco fell in their first round playoff game, 72-36, as they were unable to keep their 16-0 lead and then keep up with Bishop Amat. It was a tough ending to a nice season but the Michigan commit made sure to put some great highlights on tape, which included scoring in three different ways, during the loss:
Norco QB Victor Viramontes going to Michigan ... In just a couple plays, looks like he'll be a load running and passing— Fred J. Robledo (@SGVNSports) November 14, 2015
- Final Stats: 16 of 31 for 140 yards and 2 TDs; 28 carries for 176 yards and 2 TDs; 1 receiving TD
ATH Kiante Enis vs Woodlan
Like Peters, Enis and his team had a heartbreaking loss in the playoffs on Friday night to end their season. After going up 26-7 at the half, Winchester ended up losing 29-26 after the Michigan commit was hobbled from a hard fall. It was a tough way to go out but Enis had himself another good game.
#Michigan commit Kiante Enis with a nice grab for the Winchester TD. They lead 26-7. pic.twitter.com/Nfx2Wxy7Ld— Josh Henschke (@HenschkeScout) November 14, 2015
Final Stats: 19 carries for 100 yards and 2 total TDS
WR Ahmir Mitchell vs Collingswood
Some good news on the commitment performance recap as Mitchell and Cedar Creek were able to comeback and pull out a close win on a blocked field goal over Collingswood, 21-20, on Friday night.
@getbusy__bo @TheDeuce_2_Nice pic.twitter.com/lXZKJGly9m— Vyach Shchekochikhin (@isaiaah222) November 14, 2015
WR Brad Hawkins and DE Ron Johnson vs Woodrow Wilson
Camden, led by the two Michigan commits, won their playoff opener against their biggest rival and the high school named after the 28th POTUS, 31-6, on Friday night.
Michigan commits @bradhawkins9 and @RonJohn24 before tonight's playoff game pic.twitter.com/FNG29zOfg0— ScoutBrianDohn (@BrianDohnScout) November 13, 2015
Brad Hawkins @bradhawkins9 9yd TD run makes it 13-6 Camden w/ 3:49 left 3Q. pat no good pic.twitter.com/hFn1IHGl2x— ScoutBrianDohn (@BrianDohnScout) November 14, 2015
OT Devery Hamilton vs McDonogh
Hamilton and Gilman lost their first game since the season opener as they dropped the 2nd to last regular season game to McDonogh 42-17.
OL Ben Bredeson vs Franklin
Bredeson helped lead Arrowhead to a semi-finals win over Franklin, 20-17, on Friday night. The Warhawks will make their 4th straight appearance in the state finals as they will play Kimberly on Friday.
S/LB Devin Gil and S Josh Metellus vs Piper
The Michigan commitment duo and the staff's top linebacker target, Devin Bush Jr, helped lead the Falcons to another shutout this season. Flanagan blanked Piper, 26-0, to open their playoff run in impressive fashion. On top of showing out on the defensive side of the ball, Metellus added a rushing TD to help lead his team to victory.
Flanagan RB Josh Metellus with a 12-yd TD run for the Falcons. FLA 19, PIP 0. 2nd, 8:45. @AndreMHsports— Joel Delgado (@JoelMDelgado) November 14, 2015
Did Not Play
- RB Kingston Davis
- ATH Chris Evans
- OT Erik Swenson
- OLB Carlo Kemp
- LB David Reese
- LB Dytarious Johnson
- CB Sir Patrick Scott
- CB Antwaine Richardson - Injured