We are midway through the regular season and we have another great list of top performances from 11-man and 8-man football to present to you. Check out who made the list of FloridaHSFootball.com’s Statewide Top Performance for Week 5.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Do you have a player you want to nominate for Statewide Top Performances of the Week? Submit your nomination after your game each Friday night through Sunday evening of the preceding week via email to Joshua.Wilson@floridahsfootball.com. Be sure to include player name, position, and statistics for possible inclusion into the list each week.

QB Andy Paul, All Saints – Went of 8-of-14 for 272 yards passing and four touchdowns in the Saints’ 55-0 win over Vero Beach Master’s Academy.

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RB Zay Mathis, All Saints – Had six carries for 83 yards and three receptions for 125 yards and scored four total touchdowns for the Saints in their 55-0 thrashing of Vero Beach Master’s Academy.

QB Vinson Davis, American Heritage (Plantation) – In his debut start for the Patriots, Davis went 5-of-7 for 84 yards passing and tossing two touchdowns in a 35-10 win at Bartram Trail.

RB Mark Fletcher, American Heritage (Plantation) – Had 17 carries for 115 yards rushing and a touchdown in the Patriots’ 35-10 win over Bartram Trail.

QB Jalen Sonnier, Andrew Jackson – Threw for three touchdowns for the Tigers in their 39-14 win over Fernandina Beach.

QB Jaquan Lowman, Apopka – Scored three total touchdowns (two rushing, one passing) to go along with 234 yards of total offense (126 rushing, 108 passing) in the Blue Darters’ 30-0 shutout over Lake Brantley.

RB Abreon Torres, Astronaut – Had 10 carries for 165 yards rushing and five touchdowns for 40-0 win over Cocoa Beach.

RB Joe Brunson, Baker – Had 168 yards rushing and two touchdowns in the Gators’ 18-13 come-from-behind victory over Jay.

RB Chris Crouch, Barron Collier – Had eight carries for 126 yards rushing and a touchdown in the Cougars’ 28-14 win over Gulf Coast.

RB CJ Campbell, Bay – Carried the ball 20 times for 121 yards rushing and scored three touchdowns for the Tornadoes in their 29-24 win over Arnold.

QB Tre Simmons, Bloomingdale – Went 13-of-21 passing for 247 yards and four touchdowns while scoring one more touchdown on the ground for the Bulls in their 37-20 win over Plant City.

RB Ken Speights, Blountstown – Had 28 carries for 178 yards rushing and a touchdown plus converted a two-point conversion for the Tigers in their 20-17 win victory over Sneads.

RB Azeh Kani, Bolles – Had nine carries for 155 yards rushing and a touchdown in the Bulldogs’ 49-0 win over Palatka.

QB Gunner Boree, Bolles – Went 6-of-8 passing for 118 yards and two touchdowns for the Bulldogs in their 49-0 win over Palatka

RB Mason Keenum, Bonita Springs – Have over 100 yards rush and scored all three touchdowns for the Bull Sharks in their 20-13 win over Cape Coral.

RB Lavontae Youmans, Braden River – Youmans led the comeback for the Pirates in their 34-20 win over Palmetto by rushing the ball 32 times for 210 yards and scored four touchdowns to get the upset over the Tigers.

RB Xavier Guyton, Bronson – Had 12 carries for 119 yards and three touchdowns in just one half of play in the Eagles’ 42-0 win over Cornerstone Charter

Bronson Defense – The Eagles’ defense held Cornerstone Charter to minus 32 yards of total offense in their 42-0 win.

ATH Quan Lee, Buchholz – Had an explosive performance in a 59-42 win at Suwannee having two receiving touchdowns, a kickoff return for a touchdown, an interception, and forcing a fumble on a punt that was returned for a touchdown.

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RB Quan Smith, Buchholz – Had 25 carries for 292 yards rushing, plus two catches for 15 yards and scored three total touchdowns for the Bobcats in their 59-42 win at Suwannee.

QB Jacob Dennie, Christ’s Church Academy – Went 15-of-32 passing for 175 yards passing and tossed three touchdowns for the Eagles in their 26-14 win over Bishop Snyder.

QB Tre Griner, Clay – Went 9-of-11 for 142 yards passing and tossed three touchdowns in the Blue Devils’ 41-14 win over Eastside.

RB Al’querious Ray, Clay – Had 17 carries for 125 yards rushing, plus one reception for 64 and scoring three total touchdowns (two rushing, one receiving) in the Blue Devils’ 41-14 win at Eastside.

DB Jonathon Rouw, Clay – Had two interceptions for the Blue Devils in their 41-14 road victory over Eastside.

WR Jarquez Green, Clearwater Central Catholic – Had 10 catches for 167 yards and two touchdowns including the game-winning touchdown with eight seconds left in the game in the Marauders’ 14-10 win over Clearwater.

LB Kevary Jenkins, Clearwater Central Catholic – Had 16 total tackles, one-and-half tackles for loss and a sack in the Marauders’ 14-10 win over Clearwater.

QB DJ Arroyo, Cocoa – Went of 10-of-13 passing for 183 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for one more touchdown in the Tigers 56-0 win over Palm Bay.

DL Dajavon White, Cocoa – Had four tackles, three tackles for loss, a sack and a fumble recovery in the Tigers 56-0 win over Palm Bay.

RB Damian St. Fleur, Cottondale – Rushed for 246 yards and three touchdowns in the Hornets’ 49-42 loss to Northside Methodist of Alabama.

LB Timar Rogers, DeLand – Collected two sacks for the Bulldogs in their 30-24 win over county rival Spruce Creek.

WR Michael Rodriguez, Dunedin – Seven receptions for 120 yards for four touchdowns for the Falcons In their 41-0 win over Parrish Community.

LB Elijah Ortiz, East River – Had two interceptions to go along with five tackles including one for loss in the Falcons’ 42-32 win over Lake Howell.

DB Jordan Blackmon, Eau Gallie – Had eight total tackles (seven solo), forced two fumbles, recovered a fumble that was returned 100 yards for a touchdown in the Commodores’ 34-6 win over Bayside.

RB Jaison Patterson, Ed White – Had 27 carries for 300 yards and three touchdowns in the Commanders’ 46-23 victory over Bishop Kenny.

QB Blayne Romano, Eustis – Went 19-of-26 passing for 355 yards and threw for five touchdowns in the Panthers’ 56-42 win over Mount Dora.

QB/LB Landon Barrett, FAMU DRS – Went 17-of-22 passing for 225 yards and two touchdowns plus had 13 carries for 75 yards and two more touchdowns in the Baby Rattlers’ 26-13 win over Jefferson County.

DE Josaiah Knight, FAMU DRS – The freshman collected 11 total tackles, five tackles for loss and a sack in the in the Baby Rattlers’ 26-13 win over Jefferson County.

CB Jaylen Collins, Flagler Palm Coast – Returned a squib kick untouched 85-yards for a touchdown in the Bulldogs’ 27-12 win over Orange City University.

RB Myles Montgomery, Fletcher – Had 35 carries for 217 yards rushing and scored twice in the Senators’ 24-14 victory over Atlantic Coast.

DE Aaron Hester, Fletcher – Collected eight tackles, two for loss, and had two sacks in the Senators’ 24-14 win over Atlantic Coast.

QB Tre Donaldson, Florida High – Went 14 of 19 passing for 110 yards and a touchdown plus rushed for 116 yards and two more scores in the Seminoles’ 27-14 win over Columbia.

Florida High Defense – Recorded five interceptions against Columbia as the Seminoles went on to win 27-14 in Lake City.

QB RJ Cabrera, Fort Meade – Went 15-of-19 passing for 144 yards and threw three touchdowns in the Miners’ 42-22 loss to Lakeland Christian.

RB Gaveen Alexis, Fort Walton Beach – Rushed 16 times for 224 yards and three touchdowns in the Vikings’ 35-28 win over Choctawhatchee.

WR/LB Danny Stutsman, Foundation Academy – Had three catches for 189 yards receiving and two touchdowns, plus collected nine tackles, three for a loss, a sack, an interception, plus converted two, 2-point conversions in the Lions’ 44-0 win over Faith Christian.

QB Konner Barrett, Gulf Coast – Went 13-of-21 passing for 260 yards passing, throwing two touchdowns while also having nine carries for 66 yards in the Sharks’ 28-14 loss to Barron Collier.

DL Jailen Ruth, Hawthorne – Had 13 tackles, two for loss and collected two sacks in the Hornets’ come-from-behind 14-13 victory over P.K. Yonge.

RB/LB Faizon Sutton, Interlachen – Collected 12 tackles, two pass breakups, had two 2-point conversions, three carries for 25 yards and one reception for 26 yards and a touchdown in the Rams’ 16-0 shutout over Bell.

Interlachen Secondary – Held Bell to 1-of-16 passing for five yards and collected two interceptions, which one was returned for a pick-six in the Rams’ 16-0 shutout victory over Bell.

RB Stephen Sparrow, Jones – Had 17 carries for 210 yards rushing and two touchdowns for the Tigers in their 49-10 win at Lake Nona.

Key West Offensive Line – This nomination was sent in by this past week’s opposition, Westminster Academy, praising the Conchs’ line for a phenomenal performance In their 35-21 road victory against the Lions.

QB Mario Thomas, Lafayette – Had 20 carries for 206 yards rushing and two touchdowns while also going 6-of-11 passing for 121 yards and two more touchdowns in the Hornets’ 27-13 win over Branford.

RB Jaylon Glover, Lake Gibson – Rushed for 131 yards and three touchdowns in the Braves’ 47-0 blowout victory over DeSoto County.

QB Mason Martin, Lakeland – Went 8-of-14 passing for 170 yards and threw three touchdowns in the Dreadnaughts’ 44-0 thrashing of Strawberry Crest.

QB Durand Bundy, Lehigh – Went of 14-of-27 passing for 300 yards and three touchdowns in the Lightning’s 35-7 win over Cypress Lake.

RB Jason Hogan, Lemon Bay – Had 132 yards rushing and six touchdowns in the Manta Rays’ 42-0 shutout over St. John Neumann.

QB Jonathan Campbell, Mainland – Three for three touchdowns and had one more rushing touchdown for the Buccaneers in their 51-0 shutout over Deltona.

RB Kyree Jones, Manatee – Had 94 yards rushing on 20 carries and scored three touchdowns for the Hurricanes in their 41-17 win over Lakewood Ranch.

QB Tyler Buchanan, Milton – Threw for all four of the Panthers’ touchdowns in their 28-0 shutout win over rival Pace.

QB Ezra Brennan, Mitchell – Went 13-of-17 passing for 144 yards and four touchdowns in the Mustangs’ 35-0 win over East Lake.

DE Slade Dollar, Naples – Had six tackles, five for a loss, and three sacks for the Golden Eagles in their 37-0 shutout of county rival Immokalee.

QB Ethan Fahey, Nature Coast – Went 5-of-5 passing for 110 yards and threw three touchdowns for the Sharks in their 50-7 win over Citrus.

WR Dedric Hall, Nature Coast – Had three catches for 71 yards, which all three catches turned into touchdown receptions for the Sharks in their 50-7 win over Citrus.

QB Trey Wainwright, Niceville – Went 13-of-16 passing for 194 yards and two touchdowns in the Eagles’ 56-14 win over Crestview.

CB/WR Azareyeh Thomas, Niceville – Had four carries for 71 yards rushing, two touchdowns, two catches for 44 yards, gave up zero receptions and had two tackles for the Eagle in their 56-14 win over Crestview.

ATH Dom Annichairico, Niceville – Had three total touchdowns (two receiving, one rushing) along with six catches for 83 yards in the Eagles’ 56-14 win over Crestview.

RB Shawn Parker, Niceville – Had 13 carries for 110 yards and a touchdown plus 21 yards receiving for the Eagles in their 56-14 win over Crestview.

DE Khalil Jacobs, Niceville – In a rarity, the defensive lineman had a pick-six in and two tackles in the Eagles’ 56-14 win over Crestview.

ATHH Declan Houchins, North Bay Haven – Collected 17 tackles, had six carries for 84 yards, had four catches for 84 yards and a touchdown, ran for a two-point conversion, plus threw for another two-point conversion in the Buccaneers close 20-16 loss to Wewahitchka.

OL Josh Stukey, North Bay Haven – Gave up zero sacks, had nine pancake blocks and led the team to a total of 298 yards offense in the Buccaneers’ 20-16 loss to Wewahitchka.

LB Trooper Price, North Florida Christian – The sophomore linebacker had a huge game collecting 15 total tackles, five tackles for loss, one hurry, and two sacks in the Eagles’ 41-0 win over Maclay.

CB/WR Ostin Perkins, North Florida Christian – The freshman had two interceptions, five total tackles as well had one catch for 21 yards and a touchdown for the Eagles in their 41-0 win over Maclay.

ATH Deandre McCray, North Florida Christian – Had 148 all-purpose yards for the Eagles and scored two total touchdowns (one receiving, one rushing) in the Eagles’ 41-0 shutout of Maclay.

QB Luke Rucker, Oviedo – Went 14-of-26 passing for 171 yards and throwing four touchdown passes for the Lions in their 43-18 win over Orlando University.

Palmetto Ridge Defense – Posted their second straight shutout of the season as they defeated Lely 16-0 to stay undefeated on the season.

QB Jacobi Myers, Ponte Vedra – Went 17-of-26 passing for 313 yards and three for three touchdowns in the Sharks’ 38-10 victory over Matanzas.

RB Campbell Parker, Ponte Vedra – Rushed for 115 yards and 15 carries, scoring two touchdowns in help lead the Sharks to a 38-10 win over Matanzas.

QB Santana Jackson, Ribault – Went 8-of-17 passing for 265 yards passing and tossed three touchdowns plus had two carries for 65 yards and a touchdown in the Trojans’ 55-14 win over Yulee.

ATH Freddie Manning III, Ribault – Had 155 all-purpose yards and had a touchdown reception, a kickoff return for touchdowns, and an interception in the Trojans’ 55-14 win over Yulee.

QB Zachary Pleuss, Ridge Community – Went 13-of-17 passing for 299 yards and tossed six touchdowns in the Bolts’ 54-6 win at Haines City.

RB Isaac Brown, St. Brendan – Had 164 yards rushing and two touchdowns for the Sabres in their 38-0 win over Everglades Prep.

CB Michael Caldwell, St. Brendan – Had six tackles plus an interception that was returned for a touchdown in the Sabres 38-0 win over Everglades Prep.

QB Chris Calhoun, Sandalwood – Had a huge night going 15-of-23 passing for 223 yards passing and four touchdowns plus rushing 23 times for 122 yards and one more touchdown in the Saints’ 39-38 shootout victory over Clearwater Academy.

QB Cam Kimbrell, Sebring – Went 12-of-25 passing for 171 yards and a touchdown along with four carries for 25 yards rushing in the Blue Streaks’ 24-17 win over Bishop Verot.

ATH Jabari Knighten, Sebring – Had two rushing touchdowns, forced a fumble and blocked a kick in the Blue Streaks’ 24-17 win at Bishop Verot.

RB Ian Richardson, Seven Rivers Christian – Rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown in the Warriors first win of the season, a 40-0 win over First Academy-Leesburg.

QB Eli Moore, Southwest Florida Christian – Went 18-of-29 passing for 311 yards and tossed five touchdowns in the Kings’ 55-28 win over Marco Island Academy

WR Justin Rodgers, Southwest Florida Christian – Had eight receptions for 189 yards receiving for two touchdowns in the Kings’ 55-28 win at Marco Island Academy.

QB Jaquez Moore, Suwannee – Had 488 total yards and six total touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ 59-42 loss to Buchholz.

QB David Wright, Tampa Bay Tech – Went 15-of-22 passing for 243 yards and three touchdowns plus had 13 yards rushing and two more touchdowns.

RB Kevonte Doles, Terry Parker – Collected up 151 all-purpose yards and two total touchdowns that lead the Braves’ come-from-behind 20=14 win over Raines.

QB Turk Watkins, Treasure Coast – Had five total touchdowns for the Titans in their 57-28 win over John Carroll by rushing for four touchdowns and passing for one more.

LB Caleb Morgan, Trenton – Had 17 tackles for the Tigers in their 48-20 loss to Dixie County.

RB Cade Vaughn, Union County – Rushed for 242 yards on 29 carries and scored two touchdowns for the Tigers in their 42-34 over Hamilton County.

QB Colin Blazek, Venice – Went 9-of-11 passing for 187 yards and three touchdowns in the Indians’ 71-0 win over Sarasota, only playing in the first half of the game.

RB Bobby McMillian, Vero Beach – Had 150 yards rushing on just nine carries, scoring three touchdowns for the Indians in their 40-3 drubbing of Martin County.

RB Cornelius Shaw, Victory Christian – Rushed for 215 yards and three touchdowns for the Storm in their 34-0 shutout victory over Seffner Christian.

QB CJ Simms, Viera – Went 11-of-17 for 245 yards passing for five touchdowns, plus rushed for one more touchdown in the Hawks’ 42-0 win over Palm Bay Heritage.

WR Zak Sedaros, Viera – Had four catches for 109 yards and had three touchdowns in the Hawks’ 42-0 win over Palm Bay Heritage.

RB Jaheim Simmons, West Florida – Had 25 carries for 149 yards rushing and a touchdown in the Jaguars’ 31-0 win over Pensacola Catholic.

ATH Tobias Lewis, Westminster Academy – Had 13 total tackles (nine solo), an interception, as well as nine catches for 194 yards and two touchdowns, plus a two-point conversion in the Lions’ 34-21 loss to Key West.

ATH Zay McDaniel, Wewahitchka – Had 30 carries for 162 yards and two touchdowns, went 1-of-2 passing for 41 yards plus collected three tackles, and had two pass breakups for the Gators in their 20-16 win over North Bay Haven.

QB Nate Mikell, Wildwood – Went 10-of-14 passing for 198 yards and three touchdowns in just one half of play in the Wildcats’ 55-14 win over South Lake.

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QB Jonathan Harding, Wildwood – The eight-grader stepped in the second half going 7-of-8 passing for 234 yards and throwing three touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 55-14 win over South Lake.

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RB Nate Rembert, Wildwood – Had 132 yards of total offense (88 rushing, 44 receiving) and scored two rushing touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 55-14 win over South Lake.

WR Alex Brown, Wildwood – Caught four passes for 197 yards and had three touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 55- 14 win over South Lake.

WR Alfred Busta Corbin, Wildwood – Had six catches for 132 yards and two touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 55-14 win over South Lake.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Do you have a player you want to nominate for Statewide Top Performances of the Week? Submit your nomination after your game each Friday night through Sunday evening of the preceding week via email to Joshua.Wilson@floridahsfootball.com. Be sure to include player name, position, and statistics for possible inclusion into the list each week.

Top performances of the week was compiled from nominations received from coaches and information from reports from the Citrus County Chronicle, Charlotte Sun, Daytona Beach News-Journal, Florida Times-Union, Florida Today, Fort Myers News-Press, Gainesville Sun, Lakeland Ledger Leesburg Daily Commercial, Miami Herald, Naples Daily News, Northwest Florida Daily News, Orlando Sentinel, Panama City News Herald, Pensacola News Journal, Prime Time Preps, St. Augustine Record, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Tampa Bay Times, and TC Palm