Friday nights are some of the best nights for high school players. Here is how Alabama’s recruits played in week four of the season. All star ratings and rankings come from the 247Sports composite:

Four-star cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis (St. Paul Episcobal, Mobile) was injured on a punt return in the first quarter against Williamson High School. He had a right knee scope early this week and will be out for at least 2-3 weeks, according to

Three-star offensive guard Jarrett Bell helped Norco High School (California) put up 28 points in its 41-28 loss. Bell, a key member of the Cougars’ offensive line, blocked for 158 rushing yards and 129 yards through the air.

Four-star defensive end Jordan Davis (Southwind HS, Memphis) helped shut out Overton High School 42-0 last Friday’s conference matchup.

Four-star defensive end Cameron Latu finished with five total tackles in Olympus’ (Utah) 45-42 win over West High School. He totaled four assisted tackles, one solo tackle and one tackle for loss.

Three-star quarterback Vernon Jackson, who will play linebacker for the Crimson Tide, had a touchdown in Boling’s (Texas) 49-14 loss to Hallettsville High School.

Four-star offensive tackle Tommy Brown helped Mater Dei (California) High School defeat Bergen Catholic 62-14. Brown was a key member to help the Monarchs rush for 113 yards and 301 yards.

Three-star all-purpose back Slade Bolden helped West Monroe (Louisiana) score on four of its first five drives of the game. Bolden accounted for two passing and a rushing touchdown in those five drives. He would add another touchdown before the half finishing his night at halftime.

Three-star punter Skyler DeLong kicked two extra points in Nation Ford’s 14-7 win over Lancaster High School last Friday.

No stats were available for Quay Walker, Xavier Williams or Stephon Wynn.