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Hoover's Marlon Humphrey gets past Pinson Valley's Nathan Cunningham and Pinson Valley's Adam Crocker for a long kick return for a touchdown in the second half at The Hoover Met. (Hal Yeager/AL.com)

How did members of the of the state's top 15 senior football prospects, fare on Friday night in the second round of the AHSAA playoffs?

Some won. Some lost. And some delivered superb individual performances.


Here's a look:

No. 1 Marlon Humphrey, DB, Hoover

The uncommitted five-star recruit contributed an 82-yard kick return for a touchdown and one tackle in . Shades Valley tried to stay away from Humphrey, and Hoover's defense came up with two early interceptions.

No. 2, Tre Williams, LB, St. Paul's

The Auburn commit had five tackles and caught a 10-yard pass from his tight end spot in .

Bob Jones' defense stops Oxford running back Roc Thomas (6). Bob Jones vs. Oxford 6A football playoff at Madison City Stadium Friday Nov. 16, 2013. (Bob Gathany/bgathany@al.com)

No. 3, Roc Thomas, RB, Oxford

The Auburn commitment ran for 78 yards - after being held to just 4 yards in the first half - and a 45-yard touchdown on 22 carries before leaving with 6:55 to go with an apparent ankle injury in .

No. 4, Ronnie Clark, ATH, Calera

in the Class 4A playoffs, the Alabama commit ran for 222 yards on 30 carries, with touchdown runs of 3 and 6 yards. He also threw a 27-yard touchdown pass in his final game in a Calera jersey.

No. 11, Jordan Sims, OL, Homewood

The 330-pound lineman ended his career with a , as the Patriots managed only 252 yards of total offense. He took to Twitter after the game:

I feel like I let my team down. I just wanna say I love everyone on the team with coaches, fans, band, everyone.

-- Jordan Sims (@Simsj78)

I love Homewood and I just wanna say thank you to everyone who was behind us tonight and the rest of the season.

-- Jordan Sims (@Simsj78)

The Ole Miss commit threw a 39-yard touchdown pass to William Barnett with 23 seconds remaining to lift the Falcons to in a Class 6A playoff game. He finished with 396 yards of total offense, including 99 yards rushing.



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