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After a playoff win, is 4-star QB Tate Martell the Ohio State commit of the week again?

Which future Buckeye will grab your vote?

Brendon White
Student Sports

After locking up 28% of your votes, Ohio State class of 2017 quarterback pledge Tate Martell was once again named the Land-Grant Holy Land MVP of the Week.

Barely winning the award, Martell was your player of the week over Brendon White (27%), Josh Myers (18%), Wyatt Davis (15%), and Haskell Garrett (11%).

Setting their squads up one step closer to a state championship title, which future Buckeye will grab your vote this go around? The polls are now open. Let your voice be heard and vote:

Here are your five MVP nominees for this week:

Tate Martell

Another game, another win for Bishop Gorman (NV). Leading the undefeated Gaels past Palo Verde (NV), 59-0, the four-star rated quarterback once again showed off his athletic ability threw the air and on the ground.

Completing 5 of his 11 passing attempts, Martell accounted for 92 yards and a touchdown while doing most of damage with his legs. Carrying the ball 12 times, the future Buckeye signal caller rushed for 220 yards and three more scores in the runaway win over the Panthers.

Haskell Garrett

The Bishop Gorman defense came to play and the future OSU defensive tackle was definitely a force in the Gaels shutout win over Palo Verde.

In short duty, Garrett finished with three total tackles (1.5 for a loss) and a quarterback hurry.

Brendon White

White has shined at a matter of positions on the field this season for Olentangy Liberty, and that sure didn’t change on Friday evening.

Seeing time all over, White, who will more than likely end up the defensive side of the ball for the Buckeyes, racked up 212 total yards from scrimmage and scored four receiving and one rushing touchdown to help the Patriots pick up the win over Medina, 45-27.

Shaun Wade

Wade showed why he’s rated a five-star prospect against Taylor County (FL). On consecutive Taylor County drives, the cornerback came away with defensive touchdowns for Trinity Christian.

Snatching up a botched pitch, Wade rumbled 22 yards to the endzone to only moments later come away with an interception, which he returned 29 yards to pay dirt.

While seven total tackles and two scores looks pretty decent in the stat book, Wade’s night wasn’t done there. The longtime OSU pledge also scored on a two point conversion in Trinity Christian’s 64-16 blow out victory over Taylor County on Friday night.

Brian Snead

Missing some games earlier this season due to injury, Snead looked great on Friday for Armwood High School (FL).

Taking on a decent Auburndale (FL) squad, Snead and Armwood made easy work out of the Bloodhounds. Carrying the ball 29 times, the junior running back rushed for 146 yards and four touchdowns in the 41-20 Hawks win.