The game was important to both teams and and the outcome made a very big difference in each team's post season plans. Provine will travel to South Panola while Clinton will host Tupelo this week in first round playoff action.
William Moore has good size and he knows how to play football. Moore plays with maximum effort on both sides of the ball, but his best days may lie ahead at safety. Moore does not appear to have the explosiveness to play receiver at the next level, but he has the toughness to be a very good defensive back.
Nickoe Whitley is a junior quarterback and defensive back. Whitley is a classic case of an athlete playing quarterback and he has the versaility to play several other positions. He has good hip action and quickness which would beneficial at many of the skill positions. He is not scared of contact and has the hands to play receiver. Nickoe has a lot of upside.
Maxie Graham is a junior that did some nice things. Graham appears to have good coverage skills and the size to compete as a defensive back at the next level. He showed very good reaction time when he needed to come up in run support.
Wesley Mounger is certainly a fan favorite and a lot of fun to watch. Wesley doubles as a quarterback and a cornerback. On offense he always looks to be one step away from taking it the distance. He has very good recovery skills in pass coverage and his change of direction is very impressive. Mounger's size is the only real question mark, but with a year in the weight room he could contribute as a cornerback or kick returner.
Johnny Jones is a senior running back that has decent size and speed. He is very good at the 5A level and he may end up being one of those prospects who signs at a lower level that everyone asks about later.
Adonis Armstrong is a junior defensive back that showed some flashes during the ball game. Armstrong shows good recognition and good closing speed. He needs to add some bulk, but he is certainly one worth keeping an eye on.