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Pair of Alabama commits have record breaking night

Friday night was huge for a couple of Alabama commits, who placed their names in the record books.

4-Star athlete, Kristian Story, was the first to do so by scoring two touchdowns in the first half of a Lanett High School win to break the AHSAA career total touchdown record. Story added another four touchdowns in the game to push the record to 166 touchdowns. The Alabama commit told Touchdown Alabama earlier in the week, it would be an honor to break the record.

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“It would mean a lot to leave high school with the most touchdowns in history and cement my name with the greats that have come through this state,” Story said.

4-Star defensive back, Brian Branch, also put on a show by catching two interceptions, to push his career total to 15, which set a Sandy Creek High School record for most career interceptions. Branch added another three touchdowns on the offensive side of the ball. Sandy Creek benefited from Branch’s performance and is moving on to the third round of the GHSAA playoff.

In other action on Friday night, a couple of Alabama commits saw their season come to an end and others remained in the race for a state title.

Alabama commits, who team moved on in the playoffs:

Jamil Burroughs – 4-Star – DT

Javon Baker – 4-Star – WR

Seth McLaughlin – 3-Star – OL

Jah-Marien Latham – 4-Star – DT

Kyle Edwards – 4-Star – RB

Bryce Young – 5-Star – QB

Damieon George – 3-Star – OL

Drake Maye – 4-Star – QB

William Anderson – 4-Star – DE

Alabama commits, who teams were eliminated from the playoffs:

Jackson Bratton – 4-Star – LB

Roydell Williams – 4-Star – RB

Caden Clark – 4-Star – TE

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Justin Smith is a Scouting/Recruiting analyst for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via @Jdsmith31Smith

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