Each week the CDT will report how the recruits who have given Penn State a verbal commitment performed during their games the previous weekend. This information will be gathered from newspaper accounts of those games, or from the player’s high school.
Fork Union Military Academy (QB, 6-4, 210) — completed 10 of 15 passes for 139 yards in a 41-20 win over Powhatan. Hackenberg threw touchdown passes of 39 and 29 yards for the Blue Devils (3-1).
Red Bank Regional (DE, 6-4, 240) — lost in double overtime to Wall Township, 34-28. Sickles was targeted multiple times as his team’s go-to receiver on offense and also recovered a fumble on defense. He was stripped of the ball after his recovery, however, and Wall Township was able to recover it in the end zone.
Randolph (OL, 6-5, 305) — helped Randolph beat West Morris Central on the ground, 12-0. Mahon and the rest of the Randolph offensive line pushed forward on a 3-yard touchdown run in the second quarter, then opened a big hole for a 60-yard running score in the fourth.
Council Rock North (DE, 6-5, 230) — came into this week’s game against Hatboro-Horsham averaging three tackles and half a sack per game and helped the Indians beat the Hatters 37-0. The defense forced three turnovers and four punts in the shutout.
Hershey (OL, 6-5, 265) — teamed with his offensive linemates to help Hershey rack up 539 yards of offense in a 42-31 win over Cedar Crest.The Trojans (3-0) scored on their first six possessions.
Oakcrest (LB, 6-1, 224) — did not suit up for a 41-10 loss to Hammonton as precautionary measures after suffering dehydration symptoms earlier in the week. The Oakcrest defense was in disarray without Bell and gave up 434 yards.
H.D.Woodson (DB, 5-11, 180) helped secondary hold Our Lady of Good Counsel to just one passing touchdown but the Warriors could not stop the Good Counsel running game and lost 49-0.
— Compiled by Travis Johnson