Boise State football commit Derrion Grim out of McNair High in Stockton, Calif., has been committed to the Broncos longer than anyone in the 2016 class, and each week it's more evident they'll have to hold off plenty of suitors.
Grim (6-foot, 194 pounds) had 14 receptions for 225 yards and scored four touchdowns in McNair's 61-50 loss to Downey High on Friday.
In two games this season, Grim has 24 catches for 463 yards and 10 TDs to go with a kickoff return TD. Scout.com reported he will visit Nebraska this weekend. He was offered by the Huskers after his first game this season.
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Here is how the rest of the Broncos' verbal commitments fared over the weekend:
– QB Micah Wilson, 6-3, 205, Lincoln Christian School (Tulsa, Okla.)
Once again, Wilson did an excellent amount of work in a minimum amount of effort. Wilson was 9-of-12 for 280 yards, with five of those completions going for touchdowns in a 57-20 win over Davis High on Saturday. He's completed 15-of-22 passes this season for 374 yards for seven TDs, and has a 69-yard TD run.
– DL Chase Hatada, 6-3, 260, Rocklin (Calif.) High
Rocklin took out Del Campo in a 54-35 win Friday, but Hatada did not play. He suffered a knee strain that will keep him out until the end of the month.
– CB Robert Lewis, 5-10, 170, Augustus Hawkins High (Los Angeles)
Lewis had seven tackles, had two passes defended and forced a fumble in an 18-14 win over Eagle Rock on Thursday.
– OL Kole Bailey, 6-5, 285, Twin Falls High
Bailey helped pave the way for a dominant Bruins win, beating Mountain Home 42-7 on Friday.
– RB Robert Mahone, 6-0, 200, Prosper (Texas) High
Mahone was no doubt a focus of Justin Northwest on Friday, so QB Ryan Davis took advantage, running for 183 yards and three TDs in a 29-14 win. Mahone had 21 carries for 78 yards. In two games this season, he has 33 rushes for 233 yards and three TDs.
– WR Julian Carter, 6-2, 175, Saguaro High (Scottsdale, Ariz.)
In his first game of the season, Carter had six catches for 72 yards in a 20-12 loss to Pinnacle on Friday. Carter had missed the first two games sorting out an eligibility issue after transferring schools this year.
– OL Ezra Cleveland, 6-6, 270, Bethel High (Spanaway, Wash.)
Cleveland aided a high-scoring night as Bethel beat Kentridge 48-26 on Thursday in their season-opener.
– CB Reid Harrison-Ducros, 5-11, 175, Heritage High (Colleyville, Texas)
Harrison-Ducros helped Heritage posted a shutout as it improved to 1-1 with a 27-0 win over Grapevine on Friday. He had eight tackles and a pass defense in the win.
– LB/S Desmond Williams, 6-0, 190, Centennial High (Corona, Calif.)
Centennial, ranked No. 1 in the state by the LA Times, routed No. 5 Gardena Serra 52-13 on Saturday night. Stats were not available for Williams.
– LB Tyson Maeva, 6-0, 225, Cathedral Catholic High (San Diego)
Cathedral dropped a tough 35-33 game against powerful Oaks Christian on Saturday, falling to 0-2 on the season. Maeva didn't play with a shoulder injury, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.
– RB Damarea Crockett, 5-11, 212, Little Rock (Ark.) Christian High
Crockett had three touchdowns in the game and 68 rushing yards in the first half of a 47-7 rout of Fountain Lake to open the season, but complete stats weren't available. Check out some footage of the game here.
– TE Nick Crabtree, 6-6, 250, Huntington Beach (Calif.) High
Crabtree had one of Huntington Beach's six receptions on the night, a 12-yarder, in a 51-21 loss to San Clemente on Friday. He has two catches for 30 yards and a touchdown this season.