The big guys might not always get the glory, but you made sure that changed last week. For the first time all season long a defensive lineman was named the Land-Grant Holy Land player of the week.
Leading his Cincinnati Winton Woods squad past Columbus Bishop Watterson with 11 tackles, and three sacks, Ohio State class of 2017 commitment Jerron Cage locked up 73% of your votes to win the MVP award over his future Ohio State teammates Tate Martell (11%), Josh Myers (9%), Blake Haubeil (6%), and Shaun Wade (1%).
While some of the Ohio State verbal pledges high school seasons and careers have ended, many of them are still on the field chasing state title dreams. After shining for their teams over the weekend which OSU commit will grab your MVP vote this go around?
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The four-star quarterback is once again up for another MVP of the week award. In light duty, the Bishop Gorman (NV) signal caller wasn’t needed much, but showed why he’s considered a top prospect.
A few hours before heading to Columbus for his official visit, Martell passed for over 160 yards and four touchdowns to pace the Gaels over Sierra Vista (NV), 57-7. The win gives Bishop Gorman, one of the top high school programs in the country, 50 straight victories.
Martell and the Bishop Gorman offense definitely lit up the scoreboard, but that didn’t mean Garrett and the Gaels defense had the night off. In their 50th straight win, the future Buckeye defensive tackle and his teammates held Sierra Vista to zero first downs.
White was a jack-of-all-trades for Olentangy Liberty on Friday. Lining up at wide receiver, wildcat quarterback, running back, and in the defensive secondary, the four-star talent helped the Patriots stay undefeated, defeating Olentangy Orange, 24-17.
In the win, White accounted for 82 total yards of offense and completed a 30-yard pass. Seeing quite a bit of time on defense, he also intercepted a Olentangy Orange pass for the now 11-0 Patriots.
He didn’t score the touchdowns, but he sure played a huge part in getting his Miamisburg teammates in the endzone. During Friday’s 28-24 victory over Kings, Myers and the rest of the Miamisburg offensive line helped the Vikings rush for well over 200 yards and four touchdowns in the win.
A lot like Myers and crew, Davis and the hogs upfront for St. John Bosco (CA) led their squad to an impressive win. Rolling over conference foe Orange Lutheran (CA), 47-28, the Braves offense racked up nearly 500 yards of total offense on the Orange Lutheran defense.