Even though Warren Harding is in a rebuilding year under first-year head coach Rick Rios, they are playing several youngsters that will be key to the resurgence of the Raiders in the future.
Massillon is off to a 6-1 start, and head coach Jason Hall has his team playing well. They will be tough to beat on their home turf, as the Tigers look to bolster their playoff hopes.
Both teams feature outstanding college prospects on both sides of the football, and all four are just in their junior seasons.
Jalyn Powell: One of the hardest-hitting defensive backs in the Ohio class of 2013, Powell is going to be a heavily recruited player going forward. He plays both sides of the football for Warren, but safety should be his position at the next level.
LeShun Daniels: Another top 2013 prospect, Daniels is a power-running tailback with the speed to go the distance. His father, LeShun Sr., also played for Harding before going on to star for Ohio State.
Gareon Conley: One of the top sleeper prospects in Ohio for the class of 2013, Conley has the skills to play cornerback at the college level. He has great speed and the hip turn necessary in man coverage.
Kyle Kempt: One of the top quarterback prospects in Ohio among juniors, Kempt already holds scholarship offers from the likes of Stanford, Tennessee, West Virginia, and others. After a slow start, Kempt has turned it on of late and is playing impressively.