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3 TDs or 150 yards rushing? Who is your Ohio State commit of the week?

Which future Buckeye is your MVP of the week?

Jake Hausmann
Jake Hausmann
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Another week, another MVP. After showcasing his talents and scoring four touchdowns in a 82-52 victory against Kokomo Northwestern, Ohio State class of 2016 commit Austin Mack was named Land-Grant Holy Land MVP for Week 9.

Mack and the majority of his soon-to-be OSU teammates were back in action over the weekend. Trying to lead their respective schools to a state title, many of the future Buckeyes put up huge numbers. Which prospect did enough to grab your vote? The poll is open. Let your voice be heard.

Here are you nominees for Week 10:

Austin Mack

Mack and Fort Wayne Bishop Luers (IN) are one step closer to a state title after running away with a 40-7 second round playoff win over Yorktown on Friday.

Like he has done all season long, the four-star class of 2016 pledge played a major role in his teams blow out. Lining up all over the field, Mack carried the ball nine times for 169 yards and two scores, while also hauling in two passes for 65 yards, and another touchdown.

His night wasn't done there, as the future Buckeye wide receiver also starred on the defensive side of the ball. Playing in the secondary, Mack finished the game with two total tackles and two interceptions.

Jake Hausmann

Like Mack, and Bishop Luers, class of 2016 commit Jake Hausmann and Cincinnati Moeller rolled to a big win over the weekend. Taking on Canada Prep Academy, Moeller picked up their fifth win of the season after defeating CPA by a final score of 50-10.

From his tight end spot, Hausmann showed off his pass catching abilities. In the win, the 6'5 standout caught over a dozen passes, accounting for 163 yards and an impressive total of three touchdowns.

Todd Sibley

In the regular season finale on Friday, Sibley, Danny Clark, and the Akron Archbishop Hoban football squads night didn't go as planned. Coming into the game undefeated, the Knights took one on the chin, falling to a very feisty Cleveland Benedictine team, 35-14.

Even though his night might not have ended the way he wanted, Sibley was one of the only bright spots for Hoban all evening. In a game where the Knights offense only mustered up 203 total yards, the 2017 running back picked up 158 rushing yards, and scored both of Hoban's touchdowns.

Tuf Borland

His name fits him well. Leaving exactly where he has left off nearly every game this year, Tuf was a tackling machine for Bolingbrook (IL) on Friday.

While Bolingbrook fell to the hands of Naperville Central, 14-7, Borland was all over the field as a linebacker. As first reported by Bill Kurelic of Bucknuts ($), the four-star prospect finished with an outrageous 18 total tackles, which included three for a loss.

Brendon White

White might not of put up the huge numbers like some of his future Ohio State teammates did over the weekend, but he definitely made an impact in Olentangy Liberty's runaway victory on Friday.

In the 54-0 shut out win against Thomas Worthington, the class of 2017 athlete averaged over 5 yards a carry. Toting the rock nine times, White gained nearly 50 yards rushing, and scored two touchdowns on offense, while also displaying his talents on special teams by returning a punt 46 yards.