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4-star QB or big-time defensive back? Which Ohio State commit is your MVP?

Who gets your vote this week?

Tate Martell
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Future Ohio State defensive back Shaun Wade didn’t just lead his Trinity Christian (FL) squad to a massive 64-16 victory over Taylor County (FL) last weekend; the class of 2017 standout also won the Land-Grant Holy Land MVP of the week award.

Rolling over his soon-to-be Buckeye teammates Brendon White (31%), Tate Martell (20%), Brian Snead (6%), and Haskell Garrett (3%), Wade locked up 40% of your votes to be named player of the week after making seven total tackles and scoring two defensive touchdowns against Taylor County.

Over the weekend, Wade and many other Ohio State commits were back in action trying to lead their teams to a state title. Which Buckeye pledge will grab your vote this go around? The poll is now open. Let your voice be heard.

Here are your five MVP nominees:

Tate Martell

By now this shouldn’t come as a surprise, but Tate Martell is up for another Land-Grant Holy Land MVP of the week award.

Once again leading Bishop Gorman (NV) to a victory, Martell has the Gaels one step closer to potential state and national championships. In Friday’s 58-10 blowout over Faith Lutheran (NV), the four-star signal caller passed for four touchdown and rushed for another score to help pace Bishop Gorman to the Sunset Regional semifinal win.

Brendon White

Taking on a very solid Lorain squad, White came up big for Olentangy Liberty on Friday.

Playing all over the field for the Patriots, White hauled in four receptions for 28 yards, completed 2 out of 3 passing attempts for 31 yards and two touchdowns and also rushed for a 1-yard score to get Olentangy Liberty past Lorain, 24-20.

Marcus Williamson

It might’ve not been pretty, but Williamson and IMG Academy (FL) picked up a hard fought come from behind win on Saturday.

Needing all four quarters to defeat Bishop Sullivan (VA), the Ascenders battled back in the Under Armour Brothers in Arms Classic to get the victory, 16-6. Per reports, Williamson, a Westerville, OH native, finished with 10 total tackles for IMG Academy.

Shaun Wade

Making easy work out of Florida State University School, 38-7, Wade and Trinity Christian (FL) picked up their ninth win of the season on Friday.

Playing wide receiver and cornerback for the Conquerors, Wade, a five-star prospect, had 45 receiving yards and four total tackles for Trinity Christian.

Wyatt Davis

Davis and the St. John Bosco (CA) offense came to play on Friday. During the Braves 54-14 win over Santa Margarita (CA), the future Buckeye and the rest of the big boys up front helped block the St. John Bosco offense to five scoring plays of over 70 yards.