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Sumner-Gardner, Davis have impressive showings

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Here's how Texas A&M's 2014 and 2015 commits did in their latest action:
2014:
Desert Mountain quarterback Kyle Allen:
Won 48-31 over Mountain View (AZ); 20-30 for 192 yards, three touchdown, two interceptions. Four rushes, 11 yards.
Garland Lakeview Centennial offensive tackle Kealvin Davis:
Won 24-23 over South Garland; Lakeview Centennial rushed for 69 yards.
Fort Bend Travis safety Nick Harvey:
Won 49-6 over Fort Bend Kempner; 5 rushes, (-1) yard, three touchdowns. Four catches, 39 yards.
Lufkin wide receiver Jamal Jeffery:
Lost 31-13 to the Woodlands
Katy Seven Lakes defensive end Jarrett Johnson:
Won 42-21 over Houston Strake Jesuit
La Grange offensive tackle Zach Ledwik:
Won 48-19 over Gonzales
Manvel tight end Koda Martin :
Won 34-10 over Pasadena Dobie; Manvel rushed for 209 yards
Lake Travis running back Varshaun Nixon:
Won 58-28 over Akins; 13 rushes, 122 yards, four touchdowns.
West Mesquite safety Dylan Sumner-Gardner and North Forney safety Armani Watts:
West Mesquite won 44-13 over North Forney
West Mesquite allowed 148 yards passing, Sumner-Gardner picked a pass off in the endzone for a touchdown; Watts had four rushes, for five yards, six catches for 75 yards and a touchdown.
Gilmer outside linebacker Josh Walker:
Won 63-7 over Henderson; Two rushes, 11 yards, one touchdown.
Neaderland defensive tackle DeShawn Washington:
Won 27-14 over Orange Little Cypress-Maurceville
2015:
Splendora running back Jay Bradford:
Lost 54-0 to Coldspring-Oakhurst
Houston Clear Lake tight end Jordan Davis:
Lost 55-46 to Clute Brazoswood; Seven catches, 93 yards, two touchdowns.
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