There are several top individual performers to watch for both squads:
Jamire Westbrook: Kings. Senior athlete. The Miami of Ohio commit has been a star since his sophomore season and has put up huge numbers from his tailback spot, including three touchdowns last week in a win over Milford.
Jensen Gebhart: Kings. Senior quarterback. The 6-foot-4 quarterback directs a high-powered offense and he features a strong arm and impressive running ability. Gebhart has several receiving targets to throw to, and he will look to move the ball around, utilizing all his weapons.
Justin Crull: Kings. Junior wide receiver-defensive back. Crull stars on both sides of the football for Kings, and the 6-foot, 185-pound, athlete has already returned an interception for a score this season, as well as being one of Gebhart's favorite targets on offense.
Kyle Nowlin: Harrison. Senior wide receiver-kicker. The All-Ohio performer from a year ago returns to lead Harrison in 2011. Nowlin had nearly 1,000 receiving yards as a junior, and handles all the kicking duties for Harrison.
Marcus Woelfel: Harrison. Senior quarterback. After throwing for nearly 1,500 yards as a junior, Woelfel will look to repeat those numbers in 2011. The 6-foot-1, 160-pound, signal-caller must have time to throw for Harrison to win this game.
Jon Schneider: Harrison. Junior defensive lineman. Schneider is a returning starter from a year ago, and the 6-foot-4, 230-pound, lineman must be active in this game to help Harrison control the big-play offense of Kings.