Jake Adams



Louisville, senior, 6-1, 185, QB



Adams guided Louisville to a Division III playoff appearance and a 10-2 overall record. He completed 206-of-297 passes for 2,870 yards and 33 touchdowns, and also rushed for four touchdowns as the Leopards won their third consecutive Northeastern Buckeye Conference championship in a row. Louisville has won 21 NBC games in a row.



 



Bubba Arslanian



Aurora, junior, 5-11, 190, LB-RB



Arslanian helped 9-2 Aurora reach the playoffs for the 11th year in a row. Additionally, he has Division I state tournament experience in wrestling and baseball. He finished his 11-game junior season with 59 solo and 81 assisted tackles, 13 tackles for loss, two sacks, one interception, two fumble recoveries, four forced fumbles and two defensive touchdowns. Offensively, he rushed 45 times for 247 yards and three touchdowns, and had nine receptions for 89 yards for the Division II Greenmen.



 



Weston Bridges



Copley, junior, 6-0, 190, RB



Bridges led the 9-2 Indians to a Division II playoff appearance. He rushed 170 times in the regular season for 1,581 yards and 29 touchdowns, and caught eight passes for 157 yards and two touchdowns. He holds scholarship offers from the University of Akron, Kent State, Bowling Green, Toledo and Boston College, and is garnering interest from Ohio State, Alabama, Kentucky, UCLA, Tennessee, Indiana, Penn State and Illinois.



 



Danny Clark



Archbishop Hoban, junior, 6-4, 230, QB



Clark is an Ohio State University recruit on a 12-1 Hoban team that is set to appear in a Division III state semifinal. He has completed 125-of-233 passes for 2,190 yards and 21 touchdowns in 13 games, and has rushed for two touchdowns in his first season as Knights quarterback after two seasons as the Massillon Tigers signal caller.



 



Zach Corrigall



St. Vincent-St. Mary, senior, 6-3, 265, OL



Corrigall is a Kent State University commit who helped the Irish post an 11-2 record and advance to a Division III regional final one season after advancing to a state semifinal. His grandfather, Jim Corrigall, is a former player and coach of the Golden Flashes.



 



 



Dom Davis



St. Vincent-St. Mary, senior, 6-1, 185, QB



Davis completed 128-of-231 passes for 1,956 yards and 27 touchdowns to guide the Irish to an 11-2 record and a Division III regional final appearance one season after they advanced to a state semifinal. He also rushed 121 times for 682 yards and scored 10 touchdowns. He is being recruited by the University of Mount Union and the University of Dayton.



 



Tyler Frederick



Highland, senior, 6-2, 285, OL-DL



Frederick started the past three seasons on the offensive and defensive lines for Highland teams that reached the Division II playoffs. He graded out at 90 percent blocking efficiency this year at center, had 40 pancake blocks and allowed zero sacks in the regular season. He accumulated 14 solo tackles on defense and had 18 assisted tackles, six tackles for loss, 2½ sacks and blocked two field goals in the regular season.



 



Nick Gaspro



Woodridge, senior, 5-8, 145, DB-WR



Gaspro helped guide Woodridge to a 10-0 regular season and an 11-1 overall record with two games in the Division IV playoffs. He made an impact as a safety on defense, a wide receiver on offense and on special teams. He finished the season with 116 tackles, eight tackles for loss and four interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), and scored two touchdowns on punt returns and three more on receptions. He is being recruited by several colleges, including the University of Akron.



 



Jayson Gobble



Stow, senior, 5-10, 185, RB



Now in his third year as a the Bulldogs’ starting running back, Gobble is a key reason why Stow posted a 10-0 overall regular season record and is 13-0 heading into a Division I state semifinal. In 13 games, he has 277 carries for 2,112 yards and 32 touchdowns, along with 19 receptions for 231 yards and two more touchdowns. He was named the Suburban League National Conference Player of the Year, and is being recruited to play football in college by the University of Akron, Ashland and Navy.



 



Jatairis Grant



Garfield, senior, 6-1, 185, DB-WR



Grant is a University of Toledo recruit who started all four seasons for Garfield. As a senior for the 7-3 Golden Rams, he scored 15 touchdowns, made 85.5 tackles (four tackles for loss), had six interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), two forced fumbles and two blocked extra points. Offensively, Grant had 23 receptions for 573 yards and 12 touchdowns, and had 22 rushes for 211 yards and two touchdowns.



 



Bryce Hargrove



Coventry, senior, 6-6, 260, DL-OL



A University of Pittsburgh recruit in football, Hargrove is also a standout for the Comets in basketball and track and field. He helped the Comets post a 5-5 record this fall with his play on defense and offense. He had 55½ tackles, eight tackles for loss, 4½ sacks, 1 forced fumble, 2 fumble recoveries on defense, and did not allow a sack as an offensive lineman.



 



Derrick Harvey Jr.



Buchtel, senior, 6-2, 199, WR-DB



Harvey guided Buchtel to City Series regular season and playoff titles, and a 9-2 overall record. He totaled 20 receptions for 687 yards and six touchdowns on offense, and contributed 35 tackles and four interceptions (two returned for touchdowns) on defense.



 



Markus Hurd



St. Vincent-St. Mary, senior, 5-10, 185, RB-DB



Hurd finished his high school football career with 57 games played, Division III state championships as a freshman and sophomore, a state semifinal appearance as a junior and a regional final appearance as a senior. He rushed 238 times this season for 1,407 yards and 19 touchdowns, and also had 17 receptions for 109 yards and one touchdown. He has scholarship offers from Dayton, Army, Ashland, Columbia and Morehead State.



 



Dane Kersh



Archbishop Hoban, senior, 6-2, 220, LB-P



Kersh consistently makes an impact as a linebacker and punter for Hoban, which is 12-1 heading into a Division III state semifinal game. He has 35 solo tackles, 50 assisted tackles, 11 tackles for loss and one interception this season. He is averaging 36.6 yards per punt with a long of 49 yards.



 



Brandon McCall



Barberton, senior, 5-9, 185, RB



McCall guided Barberton to a 7-3 record by rushing 242 times for 1,970 yards and 25 touchdowns. He also had 11 receptions for 187 yards and one touchdown. He finished his senior season as a second-year captain and was selected as the Magics’ MVP for the second year in a row.



 



 



Mike Miranda



Stow, junior, 6-4, 289, OL



Miranda is in his second season starting at left tackle for Stow, which is 13-0 heading into a Division I state semifinal game. He and his line cohorts have paved the way for an offense that has rushed 451 times for 3,044 yards and 47 touchdowns, and completed 139 passes for 2,154 yards and 17 touchdowns. He has scholarship offers from Bowling Green, Toledo and Akron, and is receiving interest from Ohio State and Boston College.



 



Roman Moreno



Hudson, senior, 6-1, 210, DE-RB



Moreno has filled the stats sheets for Hudson, an 11-2 team heading into a Division II state semifinal. He has 56 solo tackles with 26 assisted tackles, 14 sacks, 19 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, two interceptions and three defensive touchdowns. Offensively, he has 64 carries for 443 yards and 12 touchdowns, and three receptions for 33 yards and a touchdown. He is being recruited by Ivy League schools.



 



David O’Connor



Hudson, senior, 6-6, 265, OL



O’Connor continues to be a presence at left tackle for Hudson, which is 11-2 heading into a Division II state semifinal appearance. O’Connor and Greg Robinson are the top two linemen for an Explorers offense that has rushed 477 times for 2,758 yards and 32 touchdowns, and completed 98 passes for 1,154 yards and 10 touchdowns. O’Connor had 32 pancake blocks and graded out at 79 percent in the regular season. He holds scholarship offers from Lake Erie College and Notre Dame College.



 



Anthony Perrine



Nordonia, junior, 5-10, 207, RB



Perrine posted a big junior season for an 8-4 Nordonia team that reached the second round of the Division II playoffs this season after finishing as state runner-up last season. He is also a wrestler with Division I state tournament experience. In 12 games this season, he carried the ball 300 times for 1,982 yards and 31 touchdowns. He also finished with 20 receptions for 176 yards.



 



Todd Sibley



Akron Archbishop Hoban, junior, 5-10, 205, RB



An Ohio State University recruit, Sibley is in his third season as a starter for 12-1 Hoban, which is getting ready for a Division III state semifinal appearance. In 13 games, he has rushed 274 times for 1,884 yards and 20 touchdowns. He also had offers from Akron, Kentucky, Michigan and others before committing to the Buckeyes.



 



Keishaun Sims



Perry, senior, 6-0, 170, RB-DB



Sims ran for a Stark County regular-season record 2,194 yards, and enters a Division II state semifinal game with 2,993 yards and 42 rushing touchdowns, both county records. Perry is 11-2 after three playoff wins. Sims’ 43 overall touchdowns is another Stark County record, and he holds school records in career rushing yards (4,579), career rushing touchdowns (53) and rushing yards in a single game (349). He also has four interceptions and three fumble recoveries this season.



 



Kyle Vantrease



Stow, junior, 6-2, 210, QB



Vantrease is in his second season starting for Stow, which is 13-0 and gearing up for a Division I state semifinal appearance. In 13 games, he has completed 132-of-244 passes for 2,036 yards and 14 touchdowns, and has 72 rushes for 375 yards and 12 touchdowns. He holds scholarship offers from Cincinnati, Toledo and Bowling Green.



 



Jack Wohlabaugh



Walsh Jesuit, senior, 6-4, 285, OL-DL



Wohlabaugh is an Ohio State University recruit who recorded a 95 percent blocking grade with 30 pin blocks in 10 games. He contributed 34 solo tackles with 23 assisted tackles, two batted down passes and eight tackles for a loss. He also had scholarship offers from Akron, Boston College, Buffalo, Cincinnati, Indiana, Kent State, Kentucky, Miami (OH), Michigan, Minnesota, Purdue, Syracuse, Toledo and Western Michigan.



 



Terek Zingale



Nordonia, senior, 6-7, 295, OL-DL



Zingale is a University of Maryland recruit who helped 8-4 Nordonia reach the second round of the Division II playoffs a season after finishing as state runner-up. He graded out at 80 percent blocking this season with 13 pancake blocks and 66 knockdowns on an offense that rushed 555 times for 2,744 yards and 35 touchdowns and completed 152 passes for 2,153 yards and 14 touchdowns.