After not playing each other for over a decade, Columbus and St.Thomas Aquinas met in Sun Life Stadium for what was an exciting matchup.
St. Thomas Aquinas came out on top with a 38-28 close game victory.
-Columbus 2013 ATH Jesus "Bobo" Wilson is a playmaker with the ball in hands. Wilson absolutely abused Al Harris during the game. Wilson also contributed on the defensive side of the ball by playing corner. Wilson had multiple catches where he just flat out beat Harris and took off. Wilson is committed to the Seminoles.

-Columbus' 2013 RB Daryl Chestnut had a great performance including two touchdowns and a big Seventy yard touchdown run. Chestnut is one of the more underrated running backs in South Florida, but looks to prove his talent. Chestnut is an explosive Running Back who I believe is unstoppable once he makes his cut to the outside.

-2015 S Calvin Brewton played well, having nine tackles during the game. While Brewton is still very young, he is talented at the Safety position and is very similar to current Hurricane and former Explorer, Deon Bush, He is lanky and has good size. Brewton is going to be a big prospect for the 2015 class. Him and Jaquan Johnson could be two Targets at Safety for Miami.

-2015 QB Tucker Beirne surely did not have his best game against the Raiders today. Beirne threw three interception, while i can say one of them was a Wide Receiver's fault the other two were inaccurate. Beirne did connect with Wilson a lot during the game including a fly route that set up Columbus' first touchdown. Beirne did play a tough opponent in St.Thomas Aquinas but I can assure his road from here on out won't be an easy one with teams like Northwestern, Central and Southridge on the schedule.

For the Raiders

-QB John O'Korn surprised a lot of watchers as he scrambled for three touchdowns, and essentially leading his raiders to victory. O'Korn is committed to Houston

-DL Joey Bosa had a solid performance as he had many plays were he stuffed the run. Bosa played great despite a reported leg injury. Bosa could be considered the best Defensive player in the county behind Matthew Thomas. Bosa is committed to Ohio State.

- 2014 DL Anthony Moten had a good performance as he also helped slow down the Columbus' running game. Moten actually left the game at one point for what seemed like cramps. Moten did return and finished the game.

-2014 WR Corey Holmes did not do much, Holmes was not a big factor in the game as he only had 1 or 2 catches. While this may surprise some, considering how Columbus left Stacy Coley last week, the more logical statement to make is that Columbus' pass defense is tough. Holmes did have an acrobatic catch for a nice gain during the game.