A player-by-player look at how Nebraska's recruits performed this week, with team results, player stats and more.

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DiCaprio Bootle: The defensive back helped the Spartans’ defense hold the Edison Red Raiders to 139 total yards in Billy Rolle’s coaching debut, a 19-0 victory for Miami Southridge.

Bryan Brokop: The offensive lineman's Lincoln-Way West squad scored on a 33-yard pass from Connor Lowman to Jake Mauney with 1:33 left to pick up a 35-31 victory over Sycamore.

Marquel Dismuke: The wide receiver, who's committed to NU as a defensive back, finished with two receptions for 83 yards as Calabasas picked up a 49-14 win over Canyon, despite junior wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson Jr. being benched for the first half because of disciplinary reasons.

JoJo Domann: A linebacker commit, Domann had a strong offensive perfomance, scoring on a 19-yard run and adding two catches for 43 yards in Pine Creek’s 45-0 victory. Domann also made a 43-yard field goal. Defensive stats not available.

William Johnson Jr.: The linebacker commit's season starts Saturday night at 6 p.m. when Arizona Western JC plays New Mexico Military Institute.

Patrick O’Brien: The quarterback completed 30 of 37 passes for 319 yards with three passing touchdowns and one rushing score, as San Juan Hills knocked off San Clemente, 34-20. "We wanted to prove something tonight. I feel like we did that. San Clemente, they came back in the second half and played a great game … every guy deserves this win," O’Brien told the San Clemente Times.

John Raridon: The offensive lineman paved the way for 355 total yards in West Des Moines Valley’s 44-17 win over Waukee.

Greg Simmons: The linebacker helped Fort Pierce Central shut out Fort Pierce Westwood 35-0. Defensive stats unavailable.

JD Spielman: The wide receiver scored on a 35-yard run and had a 79-yard touchdown run called back by a penalty in Eden Prairie’s 41-7 victory.

Ben Stille: An athlete commit, Stille was all over the field with three receptions for 59 yards and a touchdown with nine tackles — including two for loss, two hurries, a fumble forced and a pass defended. Stille also missed a game-tying field goal in overtime as Ashland-Greenwood lost a thriller to Wahoo, 45-42.

Aphonso Thomas: The running back ran for 161 yards and three touchdowns in Van’s 45-14 victory over Palestine.

Boe Wilson: The offensive lineman’s Lee’s Summit West Titans defeated Park Hill South 34-21.

Player/Team did not play: Quayshon Alexander, DePaul Catholic (N.J.); Jack Stoll, Regis Jesuit (Colo.); Terry Wilson, Del City (Okla.).

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