After a season-opening loss, linebacker Adonis Thomas has led Lawrenceville (Ga.) Central Gwinnett to three straight wins.
The Black Knights defeated Snellville (Ga.) Shiloh 44-0 on Friday, their first shutout this year.
Thomas and the Central Gwinnett defense gave up just 91 yards passing and suffocated the Generals on the ground, holding them to minus-30 rushing yards.
The consensus four-star prospect recorded eight tackles (three for loss) and one sack in the game. He has 44 total tackles, three sacks, three quarterbacks hurries and one fumble recovery through four games.
Thomas, who chose Florida over Alabama, planned to attend last weekend’s matchup between the two schools but did not make the trip to Tuscaloosa.
QB Sheriron Jones, Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde: Jones rushed for two touchdowns and 48 yards but struggled through the air. He threw a pair of picks and had just 158 yards on 10-of-21 passing in a 35-19 loss by Redlands (Calif.) East Valley. Jones has 990 yards passing and 12 total touchdowns on the season.
OL Tyler Jordan, Jacksonville Bishop Kenny: Three of Florida’s four offensive lineman commits lost their games last week, but Jordan and his unit dominated up front for the Crusaders. They defeated district 5A-3 opponent Jacksonville Wolfson 41-0 for their second win of the year.