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Michigan Football's 2016 Commits In Action: Week Two Roundup

Taking a look around the nation to see what U-M's freshman class of 2016 was able to do on the field in high school action.

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Some high school football action kicked off last week, but last night and this weekend is the true opening of the 2015 season for everyone.

With no college or NFL games, this is the high school players' weekend to shine, and many of Michigan's 2016 recruiting class did just that in game action on Friday night.

Let's start in Indiana, where four-star quarterback commit Brandon Peters followed up a great week one outing with another strong showing in an Avon loss to Ben Davis by a score of 49-42.

Four-star athlete Chris Evans was on the opposing end of Peters this week and had a pretty solid game as well. It looks like he was held in check for the most part, but showed the gamebreaking ability that Michigan saw in him with a 50-yard touchdown scamper late in the game.

Out in California, three-star athlete Victor Viramontes did just about everything in a 66-13 blowout win for Norco HS over Etiwanda.

Viramontes accounted for five total touchdowns, three tackles and a sack in the game.

His role at Michigan still remains to be seen, as he can play quarterback and linebacker, among other positions.

Traveling down to SEC country has us taking a look at a pair of commitments from Prattville, Alabama with a pair of three-stars in running back Kingston Davis and linebacker Dytarious Johnson.

Prattville was able to win 35-12 over Stanhope Elmore HS with Davis chipping in with 53 yards on 11 carries. Johnson helped the defense build a first half lead that led to a strong start and eventual blowout victory.

We will continue to update this story as more becomes available.