The high school football season is nearing its end for several Alabama football commits. Some regular seasons are wrapping up and others are entering the playoffs. here’s a recap of what they did in last week’s games:

Four-star outside linebacker Quay Walker helped Crisp County (Georgia) shut out rival Worth County 55-0 in its last game of the regular season. Walker led the Cougars with five solo tackles, two of which were for loss, a pass deflection and a quarterback hurry.

Four-star defensive end Cameron Latu and Olympus (Utah) season ended with a 28-14 loss to Springville. He finished with 10 total tackles in the loss. Latu finished with 42 total tackles and eight tackles for a loss in his senior season.

Four-star offensive tackle Tommy Brown helped Mater Dei (California) destroy Servite 51-7 in its last regular season game. Brown helped block for 142 rushing yards and 341 passing yards.

Three-star offensive guard Jarrett Bell helped Norco (California) route Roosevelt 83-42 in its last regular season game. The Cougars threw for 339 yards and rushed for another 564.

Four-star center Emil Ekiyor helped Cathedral (Indiana) advance to the third round of the playoffs with a 42-21 win over Decatur Central.

Four-star defensive end Jordan Davis and Southwind (Tennessee) defeated Northeast 35-28 in the first round of the playoffs.

Four-star cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis helped St. Paul’s Episcopal (Mobile) shut out UMS-Wright Prep 9-0 in its last regular season game.

Four-star wide receiver Xavier Williams and Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) defeated University 33-14 in its regular season game.

Four-star defensive end Stephon Wynn and IMG Academy (Florida) traveled to Hoover and defeated the Buccaneers 32-21. Wynn finished with four total tackles in the win.

Three-star punter Skyler DeLong and Nation Ford (South Carolina) lost in the first round of the playoffs 35-14 to Greenwood.

Three-star all-purpose back Slade Wilson helped West Monroe (Louisiana) blow out Natchitoches Central 53-7 in its last regular season game.

Three-star athlete Vernon Jackson helped Boling (Texas) defeat Bloomington 56-0.