Unlike last Friday’s ball game, Tate Martell didn’t have to make a comeback to win the Land-Grant Holy Land MVP of the Week.
After accounting for around 250 total yards and four touchdowns in a 35-20 Bishop Gorman (NV) win over OSU pledge Wyatt Davis and St. John Bosco (CA), the future Buckeye quarterback picked up 59% of your votes to run away with the award over Shaun Wade (19%), Brendon White (11%), Marcus Williamson (6%), and Jerron Cage (4%).
Martell, White, and most of the other future Buckeye standouts were back in action over the weekend. Which Ohio State commit did enough on the field to grab your Player of the Week vote?
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After missing some time this season due to injury, Snead, a OSU class of 2018 pledge, was back in uniform for Armwood High (FL) against Chamberlain on Friday.
Rated as one of the top running backs in the junior class, the four-star standout proved he can back the off the field accolades on it. Toting the rock 18 times, Snead rushed for 162 yards against the Chiefs defense to help pace Armwood to a 33-0 shutout victory.
White, who could end up on the defensive side of the ball once he arrives at Ohio State, once again led his Olentangy Liberty squad to a big win.
Taking on Hilliard Davidson, White might not of had his best game through the air for the Patriots, going just 3 of 6 for 34 yards and a touchdown, but stole the show with his legs.
Using his athletic ability and speed in the 28-3 blowout win over Davidson, White carried the ball ball nine times for134 yards and two scores in the route of the Wildcats.
Putting together a pretty decent season so far, longtime OSU quarterback commit Danny Clark wasn’t needed all evening but might’ve had his best game of the season on Friday.
Rolling past Royal Imperial Collegiate of Canada, 63-14, the Akron Archbishop Hoban signal caller showed off his strong arm and touch accounting for four first half touchdowns through the air, including two that reached pay dirt from over 50 yards out.
The class of 2017 linebacker came up with a huge pick six in the first quarter to start the scoring run for Ann Arbor Pioneer (MI). Simmons and his teammates never looked back, rolling to their first win of the season over crosstown rival Ann Arbor Huron, 44-0.
Just like every week this season, Martell is once again back up for the MVP award. This go around, the four-star standout kept the Bishop Gorman win streak alive, throwing and running the Gaels past Kahuku (HI), 35-7.
Martell connected with wide receivers for four scores, and rushed for another in the convincing win over the 17th ranked high school program in the country.