As we watch the Scarlet Knights week in and week out, we will continue to check in on the Knights of the future to track their success on the high school gridiron. The highlighted Class of 2018 commits will be listed in order of ranking, according to 247Sports. Here are how some of them performed this past weekend.
Isaih Pacheco - 3* Running Back, Vineland (NJ)
Pacheco ran wild yet again this past weekend in a 58-0 win over Mainland. From his quarterback position, Pacheco carried the ball 13 times for 169 yards and three touchdowns. His three scores came from one, 37, and 69 yards out.
TOUCHDOWN VINELAND— Vineland Football (@VinelandFB) October 27, 2017
69yd run Isaih Pacheco ex pt good
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Paul Woods - 3* Wide Receiver, Canisius (NY)
Woods had one of his best games of the year in a 31-20 loss to Cathedral Prep. Despite his team coming up short, Woods hauled in six passes for 101 yards, including a 67-yard touchdown catch.
Jalen Chatman - 3* Dual-Threat Quarterback, Narbonne (CA)
The Chatman-led Narbonne Guachos continue to roll over opponents over on the West Coast. Chatman only played limited action in a 72-0 win over George Washington Prep, but while the game was competitive, Chatman completed seven-of-eight passes for 107 yards and four touchdowns. This was also the first game all season in which Chatman did not have a rushing attempt.
Jayden McDonald - 3* Outside Linebacker, North Gwinnett (GA)
McDonald was, as usual, a solid contributor in a 45-6 win over Collins Hill this past weekend. The standout pass-rusher picked up seven total tackles on the night and came close to another sack, officially registering a QB hurry, according to MaxPreps.
Travon King - 3* Wide Receiver, Woodrow Wilson (NJ)
King was one of the lone productive members of a Woodrow Wilson team that suffered a 43-12 loss to Delsea this past weekend. King caught seven passes for 98 receiving yards on the night including a seven-yard touchdown catch.
Deion Jennings - 3* Cornerback, Timber Creek (NJ)
Jennings had a solid-yet-unspectacular night for Timber Creek in a 35-10 win over Williamstown, picking up two tackles and applying stiff coverage to opposing receivers all game long.
Be sure to check back in next week to see which future Scarlet Knights are dominating throughout their senior campaign!