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Ohio State recruiting: Elite '15 MVP, 10/9-10/11 - How OSU commits fared in high school football

Which Ohio State commit was the Week 7 Elite '15 MVP? Let your voice be heard.

Joe Burrow
Joe Burrow
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Alright. Alright. By now you already know that future Buckeye quarterback Joe Burrow of Athens High is putting together one heck of a season.

For the sixth straight week, Burrow, who passed for 370 yards and scored a total of six touchdowns last Friday in a big Bulldog victory over Steubenville, ran away with 44% of your votes to once again win the Land-Grant Holy Land Elite '15 MVP of the Week.

Burrow beat out running back Eric Glover Williams (28%), linebacker Nick Conner (24%), defensive back Denzel Ward (2%), and defensive end Dre'Mont Jones (1%), who all had great games.

It's Sunday, you know what that means. It's time to vote for the Week 7 MVP. Here are your five nominees:

Joe Burrow

Playing in poor weather conditions, Burrow led the 'Dogs to a 49-0 win over Meigs on Friday. The senior standout completed 16 of his 23 passing attempts for 267 yards and two touchdowns.

Nick Conner

Playing both ways for Dublin Scioto, Conner once again had a awesome game on the offensive side of the ball. The future Buckeye linebacker rushed 15 times for 130 yards and scored two touchdowns for the Irish, who were handed their third loss of season by cross town rival Dublin Jerome.

On defense Conner finished with six total tackles in the 36-31 loss on Friday.

Eric Glover-Williams

The shifty Canton McKinley running back has really turned it up a level over the last couple weeks. He once again shined under the lights on Friday. In a 37-7 blow out win over GlenOak, Eric toted the rock 20 times for 167 yards and scored two touchdowns.

Jamel Dean

Dean, who will play in the defensive secondary for OSU, lines up all over the field for Cocoa High (FL). On Friday, the four-star prospect caught 2 passes from 2017 Buckeye target Bruce Judson for 85 yards including a 49 yard touchdown to help pace Cocoa to a 19-3 victory over Seabreeze.

Grant Schmidt

The massive offensive tackle out of South Dakota was part of a Roosevelt High line that helped block the Rough Riders to well over 500 total yards of offense in a 51-29 victory over Rapid City Stevens on Friday evening. With the win, Roosevelt is now 6-1 on the season.