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2016 Michigan Commitment Performance Recap: Peters Knocks Out Evans

Most of Michigan's 2016 commits walked away with victories this past weekend on the gridiron, including one commit knocking another out of the playoffs and ending his high school career.

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While several 2016 Michigan commits did not play this past weekend, the ones that did, played well. The biggest game of the week came between two of the class' top offensive recruits as QB Brandon Peters and ATH Chris Evans faced off in a playoff game that had every recruiting analyst's attention. Besides that match up, most of the commits scored victories.

QB Brandon Peters vs ATH Chris Evans

In a playoff battle, two of Michigan's top offensive recruits went head to head in Indiana to see who's high school career would continue. Though he struggled a bit, Peters was able to do enough to help his Avon Orioles knock off Evans' Ben Davis Giants, 27-22.

  • Peters' Final Stats: 12 of 36 for 116 yards and 1 INT; 7 rushes for 21 yards
  • Evans' Final Stats: 27 carries for 152 yards and 1 TD; 1 reception for 2 yards

QB/ATH Victor Viramontes vs Santiago

Norco moved to 8-1 on the season after they blew out Santiago, 63-7, behind the arm and legs of Viramontes. The Michigan QB commit put on yet another show and tallied up nearly 250 all purpose yards.

  • Final Stats: 11 of 18 for 183 yards and 2 TDs; 8 carries for 60 yards

RB Kingston Davis and LB Dytarious Johnson vs Valley

The Prattville duo ended their season on a high note as they knocked off Valley, 31-7, on the same night that Davis became Prattville's all time single season leading rusher. Davis finished his senior season with 1,656 yards (the previous record holder was Deron Tagger in 2001 who rushed for 1,639 yards).

  • Davis' Final Stats: 23 carries for 185 yards and 3 TDs; 1 reception for 38 yards

ATH Kiante Enis vs Elwood

Just another week for Mr. Do It All, Kiante Enis, as he was an offensive juggernaut for the Golden Falcons. Enis helped lead Winchester to the 2A Sectional Playoff Finals after knocking off Elwood 28-0 behind the Michigan commits multiple touchdown performance.

  • Final Stats: 22 rushes for 160 yards and 3 TDs; 1 reception for 21 yards and 1 TD

WR Ahmir Mitchell vs Middle Township

Mitchell helped lead Cedar Creek to a big win over the Panthers, 49-6, and moved the Pirates to 6-1 on the season. Mitchell was a star in all three facets of the game.

WR Brad Hawkins and DE Ron Johnson vs Penns Grove

Though he didn't put up Enis like numbers, Hawkins was a big reason why Camden moved to 6-2 on the season after their 27-12 win over Penns Grove. On top of being the team's top reception leader, he was a force on defense as well along with Johnson.

  • Hawkins' Final Stats: 4 receptions for 53 yards; 86 all purpose yards
  • Johnson's Final Stats: 1 reception for 3 yards

TE Sean McKeon vs Quabbin Regional

McKeon and Shepherd Hill are really starting to find their groove in 2015. The Michigan commit led his team in receiving and to their 4th straight win as they beat Quabbin, 34-12, on Friday night.

  • Final Stats: 4 receptions for 62 yards and 1 TD

OT Devery Hamilton vs Calvert Hall

For the 2nd straight week, Gilman's defense shutout their opponent and proved that they truly are among the nation's elite. Hamilton helped the Greyhounds move to 9-1 on the season with a 38-0 win over Calvert Hall.

OL Ben Bredeson vs Sun Prairie

Bredeson and Arrowhead are onto the next round of the playoffs after posting a shutout against Sun Prairie, 41-0.

OG Michael Onwenu vs Mott

Onwenu's offensive and defensive performance helped lead Cass Tech to a first round state playoff win over Warren Mott, 37-7, on Saturday afternoon.

DL Rashad Weaver vs West Broward

Cooper City fell below .500 on Friday night as they dropped a heartbreaker to West Broward, 23-13, and will wrap up their season next week against Piper.

CB Sir Patrick Scott vs Pallotti

Scott and Riverdale Baptist moved to 6-3 on the season after they knocked off Pallotti, 35-18, on Friday night.

Did Not Play

  • OT Erik Swenson - End of the Season
  • LB/FB David Reese - End of the Season
  • CB Antwaine Richardson - Injured
  • S/LB Devin Gil - Bye
  • S Josh Metellus - Bye