Check out the final year for the AHSAA. Alabama and Auburn are the all time defending their football efforts a final in the playoffs

Check out the final year for the AHSAA. Alabama and Auburn are the all time defending their football ...

Several future Alabama and Auburn players went and joined, and the others securing tickets to the next round.

Here's how the Crimson Tide and Tigers commitments did in the second round of the AHSAA playoffs.

Alabama

Jeremiah Alexander and Thompson, respectively, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, and Thompson.

5 star, no 17 national recruits/ no 1 EDGE per 247Sports Composites.

It has the team-high 22 sacks and the second-highest 23 hurries.

In a blowout victory over Oak Mountain, Thompson got one step closer to his third title. With a victory over the Golden State Warriors, it led to the 7-point win over Oak Mountain as Alexander helped lead the front seven.

TreQuon Fegans, Thompson, TreQuon Fegans, TreQuon Fegans, Thompson, Thompson.

4 star, 90 national recruits, 11 CB, NBA, no.

Defense held Oak Mountain 177 yards to 177 yards.

The Fegans had a cold night, limiting Oak Mountain to 123 passing yards. Hell guide the Warriors into a highly anticipated Class 7A rematch against Hoover.

Auburn Auburn ares Oklahoma state.

The Story of Caden Story, Lanett.

4 star, No. 222 National recruit / No. 28, DL / no. 122 Nationally Licensed Trained Workers.

Two touchdowns scored a tally of key content.

The 6-foot-4, 264-pound Story hauled three passes four 45 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Lanett shutout Luverne 33-0 in class 2A second round.

Lanett quarterback Caden Story (5) is a fumble by avoiding a tackler in the first half. Lanett is on Friday, Aug 28 in Lanett, Ala. (Adam Sparks | Opelika-Auburn News) What will be the story about this weekend?

Omari Kelly, Hewitt-Trussville, Omari Kelly, Hewitt-Trussville, Hewitt-Trussville.

Several stars, no 344 national recruit, no 17 ATH.

Key stats: He scored one touchdown.

Kelly played the weekend with his six catch for 95 yards and a touchdown in a 24-23 overtime loss to Hoover in the Class 7A quarterfinals.

Eston Harris, Auburn, Auburn, and Auburn, Eston Harris.

3 stars, No. 408 national recruit, No. 36 OT / No. 36 OT 2.

Key stats: Part of the run game that was built on five touchdowns for the touchdown.

Auburn beat Enterprise 56-21 as the line struggled with multiple long runs.

Drew Bobo, Alabama, Auburn.

3 star, number 618 national recruit / no 54 OT 3 / NO 54 OT 618 international recruit, no 54 OP 5 ACT.

Key stats: Led the Tigers to more than 250 yards of passing.

Bobo was, as did Harris, the closest to his counterpart, as Auburn had two rushers earn more than 90 yards on the round.

Powell Gordon, South Carolina, and Auburn.

3 star, no 626 National recruit / no 62 LB / no 62 LB / No. 62. LB / no 62 scouts 3-star, no 62 nm recruits 3-star, national recruits 626 National recruits / 62 LB'relationship.

Auburn outgained Enterprise 417-312 - The Key stats are.

The Tigers will meet Central-Phenix city in the class six quarterfinals. Gordon helped the Tigers to continue their defensive hot stretch while Auburn never trailed.

Nick Alvarez is a reporter for the Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @nick_a_alvarez.

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