Week In Review: Stone, Jana Connect For Two TDs In Win

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The Week In Review is a weekly recap of how UVA football’s 2017 and 2018 recruits performed on the gridiron the previous week. As has been the case throughout the season, Lindell Stone, Terrell Jana, and Lamont Atkins are among the top performers. Recent commitment Charles Snowden turned in a plus performance in a win as well.

Top Performers

– UVA’s Woodberry Forest (VA) recruits – Lindell Stone, Quarterback; Terrell Jana, Athlete; John Kirven, Defensive End

Stone completed 26-of-41 passes for 454 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions as Woodberry Forest (4-1) rolled to a 35-16 win over Collegiate. Jana (no. 11 in the video below) caught two of Stone’s touchdown passes and finished with five receptions for 131 yards.

Kirven had one sack, giving him four for the season. Three of those sacks have come within the past two games.

Lamont Atkins, Running Back, Lake Braddock (Burke, VA)

Atkins rushed 10 times for 78 yards and three touchdowns in Lake Braddock’s 42-7 win over TC Williams. The future Hoo, who will be on Grounds on an official visit this weekend, also had 10 tackles (3 solo, 1 tackle for loss), one pass deflection, and one fumble recovery in last week’s victory. The Bruins improved to 5-1.

Charles Snowden, OLB/DE/WR, St. Albans (Washington, D.C.)

Snowden is being recruited by UVA as an outside linebacker/defensive end. He came through from the defensive end position in a 34-21 win over Paul VI last week, making a handful of quality plays and coming away with one sack. The 6’7″, 200-pound senior also showed well at wide receiver, hauling in four receptions for 101 yards and a 74-yard touchdown.

St. Albans is 4-1.

How The Rest Of UVA’s 2017 and 2018 Class Recruits Fared Last Week

PK Kier, Running Back, Millbrook (Winchester, VA)
Millbrook rolled to a 66-21 win over Skyline, improving its 2016 season record to 6-1 heading into a bye week.

Darnell Pratt Jr., Wide Receiver, Good Counsel (Olney, MD)
Good Counsel put another game in the win column after two straight losses. Last Sunday, the Falcons defeated Archbishop Carroll, 45-6, to move to 4-2.

Tyler Fannin, Center/Offensive Guard, Mill Creek (Hoschton, GA)
With a 62-0 win over Discover last week, Mill Creek (7-0) continues to roll on in the 2016 season.

Chris Glaser Jr., Offensive Guard, Solon (OH)
Solon’s 30-0 shutout of Strongsville boosted the Comets’ 2016 record to 6-1.

Ryan Nelson, Offensive Tackle, Buena Park (CA)
Nelson and his Buena Park teammates rebounded from their first loss of the season by drilling Sonora, 55-0. The Coyotes are 5-1.

Ryan Thaxton, Defensive End, St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Alexandria, VA)
St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (3-2) lost to Episcopal, 42-3.

Tommy Christ, Defensive Lineman, Dominion (Sterling, VA)
Dominion dominated Loudoun County, 37-10, and is now 5-2 and winners of three straight.

Matt Gahm, Linebacker, Highland Park (Dallas, TX)
Highland Park’s Scots (5-1) handed West Mesquite a 25-3 loss.

Joey Blount, Free Safety, Landmark Christian (Fairburn, GA)
Landmark Christian remains unbeaten (7-0) after crushing Fulton Leadership Academy, 54-6. The War Eagles have a bye this week.

Darrius Bratton, Defensive Back, Fork Union Military Academy (VA)
Fork Union won another close one, this time edging Georgia Sports Prep Academy by a score of 35-34. FUMA’s postgrad squad is now 3-0 in games decided by three points or less, 5-1 overall.

Zachariah Burton, Defensive Back, William Penn (New Castle, DE)
William Penn downed Appoquinimink, 38-6, for its third straight win. The Colonials are now 4-1.

Germane Crowell, Defensive Back, Carver (Winston-Salem, N.C.)
Carver came up just short of its second win of the season, falling to Surry Central, 7-6. The Yellowjackets are 1-6 heading into the October 14 contest against North Surry. After this game, Crowell will head to UVA for an official visit.

Brian Delaney, Placekicker, Westfield (Chantilly, VA)
Westfield (4-2) went for the 2-point conversion and the win against Briar Woods. However, the Bulldogs did not convert and fell to the Falcons, 35-34, in double overtime. Delaney connected on two field goals (24, 37) and two extra points in the loss.

Noah Taylor, Outside Linebacker, Avalon (Gaithersburg, MD), CLASS OF 2018
Avalon (0-7) came oh so close to its first victory of the year. Ultimately, Taylor and company fell short, losing to Friendship Collegiate by a score of 9-8.

Idle: Mandy Alonso, NT, Gulliver Prep (Miami, FL), (2-3) (Game against Admiral Farragut cancelled due to Hurricane Matthew)

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