How Auburn commits, targets fared in their high school games this weekend

There were several bye weeks among Auburn targets, but several players still managed to post standout performances.

Joey Gatewood continued his strong senior season. Shaun Shivers picked up where Asa Martin left off. Quindarious Monday put forth another highlight-worthy performance. Richard Jibunor almost single-handedly secured his high school team’s victory over the weekend.

Check out the best performances among Auburn targets and commits.

4-star quarterback Joey Gatewood

  • 5 for 8 passing for 95 yards
  • 6 carries for 25 yards
  • 39-yard touchdown pass
  • 1-yard touchdown run
  • 49-0 win vs. Creekside (Fla.)

3-star running back Shaun Shivers

  • 8 carries for 238 yards
  • 4 rushing touchdowns
  • 52-0 win vs. Piper (Fla.)

4-star safety Quindarious Monday

  • 4 catches for 60 yards
  • 23-yard receiving touchdown
  • 2 forced fumbles
  • 22-15 win vs. Grady (Ga.)

3-star safety Jamien Sherwood

  • 1-yard touchdown run
  • 5-yard touchdown reception
  • 34-20 win vs. Sebastian River (Fla.)

4-star defensive lineman Richard Jibunor

  • 80-yard, game-winning touchdown run
  • 47-yard touchdown reception
  • 34-30 win vs. Lakeview Academy (Ga.)

4-star defensive tackle Coynis Miller

  • 5-yard touchdown run
  • 33-13 win vs. Calera (Ala.)

4-star wide receiver Justyn Ross

  • 43-yard touchdown catch
  • 57-yard punt return touchdown
  • 46-19 win vs. Opelika (Ala.)

4-star wide receiver Seth Williams

  • 5 catches for 201 yards
  • 81-yard touchdown catch
  • 87-yard touchdown catch
  • 28-15 win vs. Central-Tuscaloosa (Ala.)

3-star defensive lineman Daquan Newkirk

  • 4 tackles
  • 1 forced fumble
  • 28-21 loss vs. Hinds C.C. (Miss.)

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