Scouting MUS (TN) vs South Panola (MS)
Barry Brunetti
Barry Brunetti
Mississippi Scout
Posted Sep 11, 2009
Yancy Porter

There were as many as 14 D1 prospects on hand during the historic victory by MUS over South Panola on Friday night. To get an indepth analysis and video clips with each player from the game, click below Road Report
Barry Brunetti MUS (TN) / QB
C/O 2010 | Watch Video
Scout's Take: The West Virginia commit led his team to a historic victory over South Panola on national TV last Friday. He showed good quickness and has a good pocket awareness. Barry also displayed a strong arm but needs to continue to work on his accuracy, as he was only 10-32 for 182 yards in the passing department. Overall, Barry's game is suited for the spread offense. Brunetti is not the biggest QB, as he stands under 6' 0" tall, but due to his footwork and arm, he has a chance to make an impact on the next level.
Stock Report: EVEN Barry Brunetti Profile
Stephond Allmon MUS HS (TN) / Slot
C/O 2010 | Watch Video
Scout's Take: The 5' 9", 170 pound slot receiver was the go to guy all night as he turned in big play after big play. All told, Allmon had 6 catches for 152 yards, 2 TD's, and 2 point conversion. Stephond showed good, but not great, top end speed but has the ability to see the field and make you miss.
Stock Report: UP Stephond Allmon Profile
Keith McBride MUS HS (TN) / RB
C/O 2010 |
Scout's Take: The 6' 0", 200 pound tailback had a hurt knee and was unable to play against South Panola. Last season he amassed nearly 1, 000 yards of offense and has a reputation as being one of the best tailbacks in the Memphis Shelby Metro area.
Stock Report: EVEN Keith McBride Profile
Nick Parker South Panola HS (MS.) / RB
C/O 2010 | Watch Video
Scout's Take: Nick made some big plays for South Panola as he rushed for 132 yards and 3 TD's. He almost single handily kept them in the game when the Tigers went to the Wildcat offense with Nick the "Big" Parker playing QB. The one thing that we did notice is that Nick seemed to be hesitant on his runs as we hear he has still having a mental block from a previous leg injury. Parker will have to continue to work on his hip flexibility for the next level, but his power and top end speed is D1 material.
Stock Report: EVEN Nick Parker Profile
Isaac Gross South Panola HS (MS) / DT
C/O 2012 |Watch Video
Scout's Take: The 6' 2", 270 pound defensive tackle was a man child out on the field as he turned in 8 QB hurries, 1 sack, and 9 solo tackles. The sophomore defensive tackle has an explosive first step and is a side line to side line lineman. If Gross continues to develop down this road; he will be one of the top prospects in the Class of 2012.
Stock Report: UP Isaac Gross Profile
Devin Clark South Panola HS (MS.) / DT
C/O 2010 | Watch Video]
Scout's Take: The 6' 2", 265 pound defensive end will project at defensive tackle on the next level. Devin is a very active defensive lineman, as evidence by his 65 solo tackles as a junior. He is another "sideline to sideline" type player. He will need to get bigger for the next level, but with his body frame, that should not be hard to do.
Stock Report: EVEN Devin Clark Profile
Kendrick Markett South Panola HS (MS) / DB
C/O 2011| Watch Video
Scout's Take: Kendrick is one of the more versatile players on the South Panola squad as he plays slot, WildCat QB, CB, and rover at safety. He made some nifty runs and some good tackles for the Tiger's in the contest. His body frame, 5' 9", 170, will probably put him at the slot of CB positions on the next level.
Stock Report: UP Kendrick Markett Profile
Quindarious Griffin South Panola HS (MS) / LB
C/O 2011| Watch Video
Scout's Take: The little brother of Jeramie Griffin has made the switch from tailback to linebacker and is doing a solid job. The 6' 0", 215 pound junior is very active around the ball and is able to shed his blocks well. He will need to continue to work on his strength and speed.
Stock Report: EVEN Quindarious Griffin Profile
Nickloss Brassell South Panola HS (MS) / WR/CB
C/O 2011| Watch Video|
Scout's Take: The 6' 2", 180 pound junior will be given serious consideration for being the top prospect in the state of Mississippi for the 2011 class. He has the size (6' 2", 180), speed (4.48) and toughness to be one of the nation's elite prospects next year.
Stock Report: UP Nickloss Brassell Profile
Temario Strong South Panola HS (MS) / DE
C/O 2013| Watch Video
Scout's Take: The little brother of the former Mr. Football in the state of Mississippi, Chris Strong, was able to land a starting job on the Tiger's defense as a true freshman. He is already 6' 2", 205 at the tender age of 14. He needs to work on his technique, but he has the raw ability to develop into an upper D1 prospect before it is all said and done.
Stock Report: UP Temario Strong Profile
Domonique Carothers South Panola HS (MS) / RB
C/O 2011| Watch Video
Scout's Take: Domonique has good balance and runs with power for a guy his size, 5' 7", 185. He needs to work on his elusiveness and top end speed if he wants to play in a BCS conference.
Stock Report: Even Domonique Carothers Profile
Antonio Conner South Panola HS (MS) / S
C/O 2013 |
Scout's Take: David Conner's little brother also took over a starting role as a true freshman. The 6' 2", 190 pound safety can hit, sees the field well, and has great coverage speed. Antonio is on track to become one of the nation's elite prospects for the Class of 2013.
Stock Report: UP Antonio Conner Profile

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