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Commitment Roundup: Harris scores three TDs in big comeback

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Chad Simmons

Here’s a look at how Tennessee’s commits fared on the field this week, including big performance from wideout Jatavious Harris.

Tennessee’s future wideout was an instrumental figure in Baldwin’s wild comeback on Friday night. The Braves rallied from a 14-point deficit with less than five minutes remaining, as Harris scored a 90-yard kick return touchdown and then a 12-yard receiving score to tie the game. Baldwin would win as time expired on a pick-six, and Harris finished the night with more than 200 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns.


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The JUCO defensive end had a sack, one TFL and four total tackles in a 30-14 win, as the College of Canyons limited Orange Coast to just 300 yards of total offense.

Flint recorded nine tackles and an interception, as his Madison Co. squad rolled to a 45-6 win over Hatton High School.

Horn recorded two interceptions and a five tackles in a 34-31 win.

Nashville Christian had a big 46-6 win over Zion Christian Academy.

Dixon's stats were unavailable, but Taylor County remained undefeated as it beat Central-Talbotton 57-16.

The defending state champions rallied from an early deficit to win a shootout 54-33, as Chatman finished with a half-dozen tackles, two TFLs and twos sacks.

Brooks averaged 45.5 on four punts and was 4-for-4 on extra points in a 44-28 loss to Gilbert High School.

Catholic beat Cleveland 33-7, as Mays helped pave the way for a big game from Tennessee target Dashon Bussell. Mays also recorded a sack on defense.

Buford didn't play Friday due to Hurricane Irma, as it was scheduled to be down in Hollywood, Fla. to square off against International School of Broward.

Coffee County Central was idle this week.

Lane helped lead Gibbs to a 21-20 win over Crockett. Gibbs scored on 4th-and-goal from the 3-yard line with 1.3 seconds left running behind Lane.

Litaker injured his knee in Riverdale's 49-24 win over Spring Hill.

Atonutti had four tackles on defense and helped pave the way for an explosive offense that prevailed 35-21 over Baylor.

Farragut beat Oak Ridge 41-0, as Warren had one catch for 16 yards.

Harris had one rushing touchdown and five tackles in a 35-21 loss to Ensworth.

Dean had five tackles and was a part of a Dutchtown secondary that kept Florida State receiver commit Marquez Ezzard quiet for most of the night, but Stockbridge would still win a defensive struggle 13-7.

*** Tennessee's four commits from the Sunshine State — quarterback Michael Penix, corner Tanner Ingle, corner Brandon Cross and wideout Shockey Jacques-Louis did not play this week due to Hurricane Irma.

*** Not listed due to injury: Quarterback Adrian Martinez (labrum), corner Tanner Ingle (meniscus) and defensive end Greg Emerson (leg).

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