Memphis commits and targets performing well

Shatavius Lowe

The University of Memphis' current football product is obviously shabby. The Tigers' future, however, may be brighter than most think if the current commitments and targets performances so far are any indication.

The University of Memphis' current football product is obviously shabby. The Tigers' future, however, may be brighter than most think if the current commitments and targets performances so far are any indication.

Three (or, in some cases, four) games into the high school football season, Tiger commits Will Gross of Melrose (Memphis, Tenn.) and Daniel Hurd of Wooddale (Memphis, Tenn.) are at the top of the city's statistical leader boards.

Gross, who plays quarterback for the Golden Wildcats, has thrown for 1183 yards and 14 touchdowns and leads the Shelby-Metro area in passing yards. Hurd is first among receivers in the area with 391 receiving yards.

U of M target Sam Craft of Craigmont (Memphis, Tenn.) has accounted for 17.3 points per game this season for the Chiefs. He's scored eight touchdowns and has accumulated over 400 yards in the air through three games.

Here's a breakdown of how the rest of the Memphis area U of M targets and commitments are performing.

Will Gross (commit): 55-of-95 passing. 1,183 yards. Fourteen touchdowns, one interception.

Sam Craft (target): 17-of-27 passing. 408 yards. Five touchdowns, two interceptions.

Daniel Hurd (commit): 24 receptions. 391 yards. Four touchdowns.

Josh Kimberlin, SBEC (Olive Branch, Miss.): 61 rushes. 542 yards. Nine touchdowns.

Shatavius Lowe, Germantown (Germantown, Tenn.): 85 rushes. 723 yards. Nine touchdowns.

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