Having spent the weekend in
Jamel Turner –
Make no mistake on how talented Jamel Turner is as a football player. While he’s had some up and down games this season, he enjoyed a great championship game and showed why he’s caught the interest of many at the college level.
Aaron Flowe –
Flowe is not a player that is going to get talk when it comes to recruiting but he played a very good game against
Adam Bellamy –
Bellamy made both our offensive and defensive All-Championship team with his performance. On the day he posted 6.5 tackles playing on both sides of the ball.
Scott McVey –
McVey posted one of the greatest championship performances I can remember in recent years. With 6.5 tackles and 4 of them for a loss McVey has his priorities on straight. His star is bright and his name will be talked about in the coming months.
Seamus Siefring –
Seamus posted 6 stops with 2 pass break-ups on the night and if not for the performance of McVey would be hearing more about his play.
Jacob Lindsey –
Lindsey posted 6.5 tackles in a losing effort but is only a sophomore with great skills. Will see a lot of interest in several college players
Chris Borland –
Borland is the second player to make both the offense and defense All-Championship Team. On the day the
Jessie Birden –
Birden gets overlooked but will have time to make a name for himself in the coming seasons. Only a sophomore Birden lacks the height you’d like to see but is a major playmaker.
Smith is a junior who had an outstanding day in a loss. For the day he posted 11.5 tackles.
Dylan Coleman –
Coleman was a key player in the championship game by posting 10.5 tackles with two for a loss as the Cougars won the state title in D-II.
Eric Schultz –
Schultz may not get much talk but he enjoyed a great game helping
Dominique Cole –
Cole may not be as well known as some of his teammates but he’s got game and showed it on Saturday by posting 6.5 tackles with a pass break-up and a half a sack.
Cody Byers –
Byers opened some eyes with his performance in the Knights victory over
Dan Fox –
Fox is a great college prospect with a bright future. While he may not have posted the eye catching numbers in the championship game he did make sure Elder knew who he was before the game had ended. For the game he posted 3 tackles and an interception.
Pat Hinkel –
The senior Hinkel posted team high numbers of 7.5 tackles and 3 pass break-ups in his final prep game.
Dale Peterman –
Talk about closing out your high school career. Peterman had two interceptions for 84 yards with 44 of them coming on a touchdown that pushed the Irish to the championship. Look for someone to get a steal with Peterman at the next level.
Jeff Podolsky –
Only a sophomore makes Podolsky a name to watch. While he lacks the size you’d like to see for the next level we have to keep in mind he could still grow some. For the game he posted 9 total tackles with a sack.
Jimmy Hall –
Hall is a junior to keep an eye on in the next few months as he showed on Friday. For the game Hall posted 9.5 tackles with a breakup while also pulling down five balls on offense.
Allen Gant –
What all did Allen Gant do to get so much attention? He pulled in a tight-rope touchdown as time expired before halftime for a touchdown. He pulled down three balls as a receiver for 59 yards and more importantly he posted 5 tackles.
Ronald Tanner –
Only a sophomore, Tanner topped the Warriors with 5.5 tackles on the day. At 6-foot-1, 170-pounds he’ll have a chance to become a good one in the coming years.
Best Defensive Prospect Skill – Dan Fox
Best Prospect Underclassman - Allen Gant