In the second game of his senior season, future South Carolina quarterback Dakereon Joyner passed for 253 yards and 4 touchdowns.
The 4-star quarterback led Fort Dorchester High School (North Charleston, S.C.) to a 55-21 win over Colleton County on Saturday night. Joyner connected on 13 of 17 passes in Fort Dorchester’s 19th straight win over an opponent from the Lowcountry, according to David Shelton of The Post and Courier.
Below are some of the highlights.
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Joyner (6-2, 206) is ranked by the 247Sports composite as the No. 10 dual-threat quarterback in the Class of 2018. Among prospects from the state of South Carolina, he’s listed fourth overall.
In Week 1, Joyner accounted for 4 touchdowns in a 35-21 win at Dorman, the same team he beat in Williams-Brice Stadium as a sophomore, en route to Fort Dorchester’s first football state championship.
Joyner will return to the Columbia area on Friday when Fort Dorchester plays at Dutch Fork High School in Irmo. The matchup, one of the top regular season showdowns in the state, also features Dutch Fork 3-star athlete Bryce Thompson, a former Virginia Tech commitment.
South Carolina landed Joyner’s commitment on Father’s Day, topping North Carolina State. Alabama, Oregon and Virginia Tech were among the other schools that offered.
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