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20   Priddy, David
DB / RB

Height: 5'9
Weight: 170
Class: Alumni

Birthday: 6/5/1994
GPA: 3.00
Favorite Class: Math
Favorite Teacher: Mrs. Chalenburg
What Does Commando Football Mean To You: Hardwork, to be a leader, and having fun.

David had a great career for the COMMANDOS, and he will be irreplaceable.  He was one of the teams’ best players in all three phases of the game as both a junior and a senior, and was a crucial part of the COMMANDOS being able to make a State Championship game appearance as well as a semifinal appearance over the past two seasons.  On top of his achievements on the field, David is an excellent student who was consistently on the teams honor roll.  He was well deserving as Sumner County Player of the Year’ as well as ‘All-District’ for 9-AAA in 2011.  He was also named ‘2nd Team All-County’ in 2010.  In 2010 he won the teams ‘Most Valuable Back’ award and in 2011 he won the teams ‘Most Valuable Player’ award as well as the ‘COMMANDO PRIDE’ award.  He ends his career with 1,807 rushing yards on 281 carries, 413 receiving yards with 23 receptions, had 17 kickoff returns for 339 yards and 1 TD, went 1 for 1 passing for 5 yards and 1 TD, and had 194 tackles, 50 pass break ups, 2 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery, 2 tackles for loss and 2 interceptions.  He ranks 4th in school history with 18 career rushing touchdowns, 3rd in career touchdowns with 24 total TD’s.  He is second in history with 4 touchdowns in a single game (Wilson Central 2011), 2nd in tackles in a season with 119 in 2011, 3rd longest kickoff in history (92 yard TD versus Wilson Central 2011), 5th in carries and rushing yards in a season with 155 carries for 1,159 yards in 2011.

2011-Had another great season for HHS in helping lead the team to a semifinal appearance.  He rarely came off the field as he was an impact player in all three phases of the game.  Was named ‘Sumner County Player of the Year’ as well as being named to the ‘All-District’ team.  He also won the teams ‘COMMANDO PRIDE’ award and was voted by his teammates as the teams’ ‘Most Valuable Player’.  Started all season at Free Safety and Running Back as well as being a vital part of the Special Teams.  Led the team with 119 tackles which is the 2nd most tackles in a season in school history, and led team with 1,159 rushing yards which ranks him 5th all time in rushing yards in a season.  Along with his 119 tackles, he also broke up 22 passes, had 2 interceptions, recorded 2 tackles for loss, and forced 1 fumble.  Led the team in tackles twice with 14 in the quarterfinal match up with Beech and a career high of 19 in the semifinal game against Henry County.  46 of his 119 tackles came in the teams 4 playoff games.  Had 10 or more tackles 5 times during the season with 13 against Germantown, 10 against Beech in the regular season, and 10 versus Springfield along with the 14 and 19 against Beech and Henry County in the playoffs.  Interceptions came against Riverdale and Franklin.  Forced fumble was against Mt. Juliet and tackles for loss were in games versus Riverdale and Gallatin.  Recorded a career high 4 pass break ups in the regular season Beech game.  On the offensive side of the ball, he ended the season with 1,159 rushing yards on 155 carries (5th all time) with 11 touchdowns, 286 receiving yards on 16 catches with 4 TD’s, and was 1 for 1 passing for 5 yards and a touchdown.  Led team in rushing in 7 games and led team in receiving in 4 games.  Had a career high of 188 rushing yards in the 1st Round of the playoffs versus Springfield, which included the 5th longest rush from scrimmage in school history with his 76 yard touchdown.  Also led team in rushing versus Gallatin in the 2nd Round of the playoffs with 135 yards, versus Mt. Juliet with 119 yards, against Lebanon with 108 yards, against Henry County with 100 yards, versus Franklin with 97 yards, and against Wilson Central with 90 yards.  Scored touchdowns in 10 games including 4 versus Wilson Central.  Led team in receiving yards against Wilson Central with 57, Henry County with 38, Springfield with 31, and Germantown with 31.  His career long reception of 57 yards came against Wilson Central.  Had 260 kickoff return yards including a 92 yard touchdown return versus Wilson Central that is the 3rd longest kickoff return in school history.

2010-Won the teams ‘Most Valuable Back’ Award, and was also a ‘2nd Team All-County’ performer at Running Back.  Started at Free Safety and Running Back for the COMMANDOS as well as being a starter on Special Teams.  Was consistent on defense all season long, and continually got better on offense as the year went on.  Ended season with 60 tackles, 24 pass break ups, 1 forced fumble, and 1 fumble recovery.  On offense he had 123 carries for 643 yards and 7 touchdowns as well as making 7 catches for 127 yards and 1 TD.  Recorded 6 kickoff returns as well that totaled 79 yards.  Led team in tackles against Henry County with 11 which was his season best.  Led team in rushing yards 6 times including in the 4 playoff games leading to the State Championship Game, and had the teams most rushing attempts in every playoff game.  Led team with 13 yards receiving against Mt. Juliet.  His season best 116 rushing yards came against Henry County, he also led the team in rushing yards against Mt. Juliet with 55, 63 versus Wilson Central, 78 in the 1st Round playoff game against Gallatin, 73 against Clarksville Northeast, and 62 versus Ridgeway.  His longest rush of the season of 55 yards was against Mt. Juliet.  Scored touchdowns against Wilson Central, Station Camp, Beech, Gallatin, Northeast, and Ridgeway.  His TD against Beech was the game winning score in overtime helping HHS snap a streak of 5 Beech victories in the rivalry.  His season long reception was a 41 yard TD in the Northeast game.  Had a season best 3 pass break ups against both LaVergne and Ridgeway, and broke up at least 1 pass in 13 different games.  Forced fumble was in the Station Camp game, and his recovery was in the Hunters Lane game.  Played well in the State Championship game with 35 rushing yards on 10 attempts, 1 reception for 19 yards, 6 tackles and 2 pass break ups.

2009-Moved from Cornerback to Strong Safety on defense, and saw game action in every game.  Was also a reserve Running Back.  Ended the season with 15 tackles and 4 pass break ups; had 4 rushes for 5 yards.  Had a season high 4 tackles in the LaVergne game, and recorded tackles against Lebanon, LaVergne, Mt. Juliet, Hunters Lane, Station Camp, Portland, and Beech.  Broke up 2 passes versus Portland, and 1 in the Lebanon and Station Camp games.  Season long rush of 5 yards came against Portland.  Was a starter on Special Teams, and played in every JV game.

2008-Member of the Freshman team who saw playing time at Running Back and Defensive Back.  Wore #35 for Freshman team.

-Member of the HHS Track & Field Team

 




Passing Fumbles
Comp Att Pct Yards Avg TD Int FUM Lost
1 1 100.0% 5 5.0 1 0 0 0


Receiving Fumbles
Rec Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
23 413 17.96 57 5 0 0


Rushing Fumbles
Att Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
281 1807 6.43 76 18 3 2


Defense
Tackles Interceptions Fumbles
Total Solo Asst Sack SFTY Hurries TFL YL Ints Passes Defensed DTD FF FR
194 159 35 0 0 0 2 4 2 50 0 2 1


Special Teams
Kicking Punting Tackles
Returns Yards Avg TD Returns Yards Avg TD
17 339 19.94 1 0 0 - 0 0


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Halas, Austin
Austin Halas
DE / TE

Height: 6'3
Weight: 240
Class: Senior
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8/17 Blackman Home -
8/24 Centennial Away -
8/31 Station Camp Home -
9/7 Beech Away -
9/14 Lebanon Home -
9/21 Franklin Away -
9/28 Wilson Cetral (HC) Home -
10/5 Gallatin Home -
10/12 BYE Home -
10/19 Rossview Away -
10/26 Mt. Juliet Away -
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