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The numbers were a bit down across the board this week, but we still found some standout performances among those committed to one of Utah's college programs:

5 DJ Nelson, 5-9, 185, QB, Logan HS (committed to Utah State)
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Nelson didn't have the eye-popping stats he usually does, but proved efficient enough to lead his team to a 46-14 win over East. He rushed the ball 15 times for 74 yards and went 13-for-28 for 145 yards and three touchdowns through the air.

4 Chase Hansen, 6-4, 205, QB, Lone Peak HS (committed to Utah)
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Hansen had a similar game to Nelson, rushing the ball nine times for 102 yards and throwing it for 74 yards on 5-for-13 passing. Three of his five passes went for touchdowns, however, in Lone Peak's 52-20 win over Lehi.

3 Jamaal Williams, 6-2, 190, RB, Summit HS, Fontana, Calif. (committed to BYU)
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Williams had a very efficient day running the football during his team's 51-0 win over Patriot. In just one half of play he ran the ball nine times for 136 yards and two touchdowns.

2 Travis Wilson, 6-6, 230, QB, San Clemente HS, San Clemente, Calif. (committed to Utah)
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Wilson has led his team to an 8-0 record on the year as they prepare to take on powerhouse Mission Viejo on Friday. In his team's 35-10 win over Dana Hills he completed 12 of 21 passes for 205 yards and two touchdowns, while running the ball for 48 yards on six carries.

1 Matt Hadley, 5-11, 205, RB, Connell HS, Connell, Wa. (committed to BYU)
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Hadley continued to put up big numbers in his team's 49-28 win over Royal. He ran the ball 22 times for 271 yards and three touchdowns in the win.