Notre Dame commit recap: CJ Holmes breaks out for 240 yards

Tyler James
South Bend Tribune

The Notre Dame commits from Florida weren’t able to play games this past weekend, but 17 Irish pledges were in action across the country. ND Insider recaps how each commit fared.

RB CJ Holmes | Cheshire (Conn.) Academy 44, Suffield Academy 21: Holmes took advantage of his workload and turned 21 carries into 240 yards and two touchdowns in a victory for Cheshire Academy (2-2). His touchdown runs came from 10 and 24 yards out.

QB Avery Davis | Cedar Hill (Texas) High 58, Irving MacArthur 0: Davis finished a perfect passing night by completing all 11 of his throws for 165 yards and three touchdowns in a blowout victory for Cedar Hill (4-2). Davis also rushed for 14 yards.

DL Donovan Jeter | Beaver Falls (Pa.) High 34, Quaker Valley 0: Jeter kept busy as the Beaver Falls defense completed a shutout. Jeter recorded six tackles with 2.5 sacks and another two tackles for a loss. He also forced a fumble and deflected a pass for the Tigers (5-1).

WR Michael Young | Destrehan (La.) High 39, East St. John 20: Young scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 34-yard reception in the second half. He caught two passes for 66 yards in the win for Destrehan (6-0).

OT Josh Lugg | Wexford (Pa.) North Allegheny 28, Penn Hills 21: Lugg helped clear the way for 248 rushing yards from North Allegheny’s offense. Ethan Maenza’s 52-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter proved to be the game-winning score for the Tigers (5-2). Lugg also tallied two tackles including a sack on the defensive line.

TE Cole Kmet | Arlington Heights (Ill.) St. Viator 27, Saint Patrick 21: St. Viator’s offense leaned on its rushing attack to pick up a win, but Kmet did most of the work in the passing game. He caught four passes for 79 yards. St. Viator (5-2) only completed one other pass for 12 yards. The Lions rushed for 283 yards including 10 yards from Kmet. He also recorded two tackles, one sack and one fumble recovery at defensive end.

TE Brock Wright | Cypress (Texas) Cy-Fair 35, Cy-Ridge 16: Wright served as Cy-Fair’s leading receiver with three catches for 67 yards in the win. He also helped the offensive line pave the way to 236 rushing yards for the Bobcats (4-2).

LB David Adams and DT Kurt Hinish | Pittsburgh (Pa.) Central Catholic 49, Butler Area 7: Adams, Hinish and the Central Catholic defense limited Butler to only 98 total yards. Hinish recorded one tackle for the Vikings (6-1).

DE Justin Ademilola and DT Jayson Ademilola | Jersey City (N.J.) St. Peter's Prep 34, DePaul Catholic 22:Justin tallied five tackles and one sack and Jayson added four tackles in the win for St. Peter’s Prep (4-1).

S Isaiah Robertson | Naperville (Ill.) Neuqua Valley 31, Wheaton North 17: Playing with a hamstring issue, Robertson was limited to playing only one side of the ball each half. After playing wide receiver in the first half, he switched to safety in the second half and recorded six tackles as Neuqua Valley (7-0) remained undefeated.

LB Bo Bauer | Erie (Pa.) Cathedral Prep 49, Fort LeBoeuf 7: Bauer and the Cathedral Prep defense allowed only 36 rushing yards in the blowout victory. The Ramblers (7-0) didn’t allow a touchdown until early in the fourth quarter. Bauer totaled four tackles and one tackle for a loss.

OLB Ovie Oghoufo | Farmington Hills (Mich.) Harrison 9, Oak Park 14: A late Harrison rally was thwarted by a fumble with 1:09 left in the game to leave the Knights (3-4) with their third consecutive loss. Oghoufo scored the only touchdown of the game for Harrison as he finished with three catches for 53 yards. He also recorded three tackles and one tackle for a loss.

CB Paulson Adebo | Mansfield (Texas) High 47, Martin 28: Adebo finished as Mansfield’s leading receiver in a run-heavy offense with two catches for 36 yards. The Tigers (4-2) intercepted four passes on defense.

DT Darnell Ewell | Norfolk (Va.) Lake Taylor 58, Churchland 12: Ewell and the Lake Taylor defense held Churchland scoreless for most of the first half as the Titans (5-1) built a 30-0 lead.

LB Pete Werner | Indianapolis Cathedral 17, Brebeuf 24: Werner and the Cathedral defense let a 17-7 lead in the third quarter slip away as the Irish (5-3) lost their second straight game.

Postponed: DE Jonathon MacCollister | Orlando (Fla.) Bishop Moore at South Sumter High School. MacCollister is scheduled to play Monday night.

Off week: WR Jordan Pouncey, OL Robert Hainsey, LB Drew White and OL Dillan Gibbons. Hainsey, White and Gibbons had their games cancelled because of Hurricane Matthew.

Sidelined: RB Markese Stepp (hamstring) and QB Phil Jurkovec (thumb).

*Stats reported were provided by players, coaches or the following news organizations: MaxPreps, SportsNOLA.com, The Virginian-Pilot, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Dallas Morning News, Indianapolis Star, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Erie Times-News, and Oakland Press.

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Notre Dame running back commit CJ Holmes rushed for 240 yards and two touchdowns last week. (Photo courtesy of Student Sports)