Land-Grant Holy Land gave you the chance to voice your opinion, and you sure didn't disappoint. After a hot start by class of 2016 commits George Hill, and Luke Farrell, 2017 Ohio State pledge Bruce Judson snatched up 42% of your votes to run away as the Week 1 MVP of the Week.
Just like last week quite a few of the future Buckeyes shined under the lights over the last few days. With that being said, you know what time it is. We want to hear from you again.
Here are your nominees for this week's MVP:
In a 55-7 Hubbard win over Girard on Friday, Hill rushed for well over 100 yards and had four total touchdowns. Even though most of his damage was from the backfield, Hill's play of the night might have came on special teams.
Playing right through halftime due to poor weather in the area, Hill returned the second half kick off 85 yards to the house for a Hubbard touchdown.
Borland, and Bolingbrook (IL) had little problems with rival Romeoville. In a 55-6 blow out win on Friday, Borland was a force on the defensive side of the ball. The four-star linebacker finished with 12 total tackles, intercepted a pass, and recovered a fumble to help the Raiders roll past the Spartans for their first win of the young season.
The class of 2017 pledge accounted for three touchdowns on Friday in a 37-0 Cocoa (FL) route of Western Branch (VA). Playing quarterback, Judson connected with his tight end Zach Armour for two touchdowns, and ran another score in from one yard out.
In a battle of Buckeye commits, Judson, and Cocoa take on Malik Barrow, Tyler Gerald, and IMG Academy next weekend.
In an overtime thriller on Friday, Perry, and Farrell squeaked out a victory over Brush. Playing both ways, Farrell hauled in a key 15-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter, and also came up with numerous tackles from his defensive line spot in Perry's 42-36 win.
Walker showed why is he's arguably the top overall running back in the class of 2016 on Saturday afternoon. Leading his DePaul Catholic (NJ) to a 37-0 victory over Pope John XVIII, Walker carried to the ball 22 times for 137 yards and scored four total touchdowns in the win.