NU recruit watch, 10.29.13

2013-10-28T20:00:00Z 2013-11-06T20:06:15Z NU recruit watch, 10.29.13By DARNELL DICKSON / Lincoln Journal Star

Prospect Quinton Flowers (6-0, 210, QB) threw a 42-yard touchdown pass to Jovon Durant for the lead with two minutes remaining as Jackson (Fla.) overcome an eight-point fourth-quarter deficit in a 38-32 victory against Monsignor Pace. Flowers finished 12-of-24 for 197 yards and two touchdowns. He also had a 12-yard scoring run.

Recruit Monte' Harrison (6-2, 185, WR) scored three touchdowns as Lee’s Summit (Mo.) West pounded Independence Truman 61-10. Harrison scored on a 36-yard reception, a 64-yard run and a 63-yard punt return.

Recruit Tanner Farmer (6-4, 300, OL) and his Highland (Ill.) teammates completed an unbeaten regular season with a 56-0 shutout of Charleston. Highland is 9-0, with an average margin of victory of 36.3 points. 

Prospct Madre London (6-1, 200, RB) scored a pair of 15-yard touchdowns to get St. Thomas Aquinas of Florida off to a fast start in a 47-7 win against Hollywood Hills. London had six carries for 66 yards before sitting the rest of the game, which Aquinas led 47-0 at halftime.

Recruit Luke Gifford (6-3, 198, S) had two touchdown runs and a scoring pass as Lincoln Southeast blasted Lincoln Pius X 35-7 to earn a Class A playoff spot.

Prospect Austin Rose (6-0, 220, RB) looked fully recovered from an ankle injury that sidelined him for most of the season in Lincoln North Star’s 53-10 victory against Fremont. Rose had 21 carries for 148 yards and four touchdowns, three in the first half.

Recruit Larenzo Stewart (5-6, 165, RB) had 64 yards on 15 carries as Klein Oak (Texas) routed Spring 41-14. This season, Stewart has rushed for 922 yards on 129 carries (7.15 yards per carry) and nine touchdowns. He also has 18 catches for 237 yards and another score.

Recruit Drew Brown (5-10, 170, K) converted seven PATs and kicked a season-long 47-yard field goal as Southlake (Texas) Carroll hammered Keller 52-17.

Recruit Demornay Pierson-El (5-9, 174, ATH) was held to just 28 yards rushing but scored three times as West Potomac (Va.) held off Springfield Lee 51-32. Pierson-El was also 6-of-15 for 98 passing yards. 

Reach Sports Editor Darnell Dickson at or 402-473-7320.

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