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Ole Miss recruiting 2016: DeKaylin Metcalf put on a show and D'Vaughn Pennamon and Jarrion Street stomped some people

The four-star receiver had a field day and two running back commits ran wild all over folks.

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There have been times this year when he has been held in check or bracketed with double and triple teams. But, not this week. Four-star wide receiver DeKaylin Metcalf of Oxford, Miss. and Oxford High School to have a breakout performance. Last week against Saltillo (Miss.), the 6'4, 215-pound receiver had four receptions for 88 yards and three touchdowns. The aforementioned bracketed coverage has been a tad bit frustrating for the Oxford Monster, but it appears that Oxford and quarterback Jack Abraham are finding new ways to get him the football. By new ways I mean just throwing the football anywhere in his vicinity and watching him snatch it out of the air.

Next game: Friday, October 9th, 7:00 p.m. CT vs Lewisburg (Miss.)

4-star Greg Eisworth, ATH

Another week in the books, another win in the books and another week that four-star Greg Eisworth is human joystick' on these fools. Seriously, the 6'0, 178-pound quarterback/defensive back/cheat code is making mince meat of Texas defenses. His South Grand Prairie Warriors have won five straight and it is thanks in large part to Mr. Eisworth. The senior lead the way on the ground racking up 146 yards and three touchdowns. When he wasn't hitting the Duncanville (Tex.) Panther defenders with the circle button, he was hitting his receivers with precision and finished with 117 yards through the air.

Next game: Friday, October 9th, 7:30 p.m. CT vs Grand Prairie (Tex.)

4-star D'Vaughn Pennamon, RB

Manvel (Tex.) saw the Rebels put some folks in the 70-point club earlier this year and decided it was time for them to do the same. The Mavericks went ahead and made short week of South Houston (Tex.) and won their contest 75-14. Four-star running back Pennamon had a large part in the blowout win as he rushed 10 times for 110 yards and two touchdowns. The 6'0, 199-pound back used a mix of speed and power to slice and dice through the Trojans defense all night and got over the century mark before retiring to the sidelines to enjoy the blowout with his fellow teammates.

Next game: Friday, October 9th, 7:00 p.m. CT vs Dawson (Tex.) at Alvin Memorial Stadium for Armed Forces Night

3-star Jarrion Street, RB

There seems to be three constants in life right now: death, taxes and Jarrion Street running roughshod through people's defensive game plan. The three-star running back from Hewitt-Trussville (Ala.) once again destroyed someone on the ground as the Huskies defeated the Oak Mountain (Ala.) Eagles 38-31. The 6'1, 195-pound bruiser ran the ball 25 times for 179 yards and three touchdowns. Street continues to put up impressive numbers against stout competition in Alabama and will more than likely become a bigger name on the recruiting trail as the year goes on.

Next game: Friday, October 9th, 7:00 p.m. CT vs Thompson (Ala.)