Nordonia, junior

6-2, 195, WR-DB-KR-PR

College prospect helped Nordonia advance to Division II playoffs. Caught 62 passes in the regular season for 670 yards and 10 touchdowns, and added two rushing touchdowns. Defensively, he made 63 tackles (four for loss), caused four fumbles, recovered three fumbles, had one interception and scored a touchdown. Averaged 19.75 yards per kickoff return and 12.95 yards per punt return.


Aurora, senior

6-3, 215, QB

Kent State University recruit guided Aurora to playoff appearances in Division III this year and Division II last year. Completed 89-of-146 passes for 1,204 yards and 13 touchdowns in the regular season this fall. Also rushed for 937 yards and 13 touchdowns on 130 carries. Compiled a 22-4 record as a starter.


St. Vincent-St. Mary, senior

6-1, 185, RB-DB-KR-PR

Ohio State University recruit dazzles opponents with speed from a variety of positions. Through 13 games this season, he has rushed for 1,393 yards and 21 touchdowns on 144 carries on an undefeated team seeking its second Division III state championship in a row. Has nine receptions for 66 yards and a touchdown. Also has 11 solo tackles, one interception, 14 punt returns for 257 yards and three touchdowns, and three kickoff returns for 132 yards and one touchdown.


Canton McKinley, senior

6-2, 215, LB

College prospect being recruited by Big Ten and Mid-American Conference schools. Totaled 92 tackles (20 for loss) in the regular season with 2˝ sacks and three forced fumbles. Mainstay on Federal League championship team that reached Division I playoffs.


Woodridge, senior

5-10, 185, RB

The Portage Trail Conference County Division Offensive Player of the Year rushed for a regular-season school record of 1,515 yards with 20 touchdowns. Led Woodridge to a Division IV playoff appearance.


Massillon, senior

6-5, 280, OL-DL

University of Cincinnati recruit had 37 regular-season pancake blocks and helped Massillon reach Division II playoffs. His blocking was a key to the success of freshman quarterback Danny Clark.


Walsh Jesuit, senior

6-2, 210, LB-RB

College prospect totaled 40 solo tackles (seven for loss) and assisted on 59 other stops in the regular season. Had one interception and had four sacks. Rushed for 584 yards and nine touchdowns on 108 carries. Helped Walsh win the North Coast League Blue Division title.


Norton, senior

5-10, 170, RB-WR-KR-PR-QB

The Portage Trail Conference Metro Division Offensive Player of the Year rushed for a regular-season school-record 1,773 yards with 29 touchdowns on 182 carries. Holds school record for touchdowns in a season (34) and in a career (40). Helped to lead Norton to an 8-2 record.


Ellet, senior

5-9, 180, RB-LB-KR

Two-way standout helped Ellet win City Series title and reach the Division II playoffs for the second year in a row. Rushed for 463 yards on 71 carries and scored 10 touchdowns in the regular season. Had nine receptions for 148 yards, made 65 tackles and 4˝ sacks and scored a touchdown off a fumble recovery. Led Ellet to 10-1 season.


Canton McKinley, junior

5-10, 155, QB-RB-WR-DB

Ohio State University recruit helped McKinley win the Federal League championship and make the Division I playoffs. Passed for 707 yards and four touchdowns in the regular season, rushed for 838 yards and 14 touchdowns on 131 carries.


North Canton Hoover, senior

6-3, 180, QB-WR-DB

Kent State University recruit proved to be a dual-threat signal caller in the regular season. Completed 116-of-218 passes this season for 1,402 yards and eight touchdowns. Added 970 yards and 14 touchdowns on 215 carries.


Stow, senior


Nickname is “Slash” and for good reason. Rushed for 477 yards and six touchdowns on 113 carries in the regular season. Grabbed 16 passes for 191 yards and four touchdowns. Chipped in about 50 tackles and three interceptions. Helped Stow advance to Division I playoffs.


Hudson, junior

6-2, 185, QB

Versatile quarterback on a Division I playoff participant who is garnering interest from schools in the Big Ten and Mid-American Conference. Completed 133-of-224 passes for 20 touchdowns in the regular season. Also rushed for 729 yards and five touchdowns on 117 carries.


Hudson, senior

6-0, 230, LB

Amassed about 100 tackles in the regular season with four sacks and one interception. Getting interest from Ivy League schools. Helped Hudson advance to the Division I playoffs as part of a strong defensive unit.


Wadsworth, senior

5-9, 209, RB

Rushed for 1,706 yards and 14 touchdowns on 252 carries in the regular season. Helped Wadsworth earn a Division I playoff appearance as part of a physical offensive team.


Archbishop Hoban, senior

5-10, 210, LB

Totaled a school-record 16˝ sacks in the regular season to go with 69 tackles (26 for loss), two interceptions and one touchdown. Receiving interest from colleges.


Highland, senior

6-1, 190, QB

Continues to lead undefeated Highland in the Division II playoffs as a threat to pass and run. In the regular season, accounted for 2,472 yards of total offense (891 rushing, 1,581 passing) and scored 29 touchdowns (16 rushing, 13 passing). Committed only two turnovers in 351 touches for the Suburban League champions.


Walsh Jesuit, senior

6-1, 210, PK-P

Boston College recruit gave Walsh a consistent weapon on special teams. Made 27-of-27 point-after-touchdown kicks in the regular season, punted 34 times for a 40-yard average and had 35 touchbacks on 50 kickoffs.


Tallmadge, senior

6-6, 290, OL-DL

Ohio University recruit graded out with 94-percent blocking efficiency in the regular season. A co-captain with senior linebacker Davis Moore, and a solid left tackle who helped pave the way for senior Bobby Clark, who set a school single-game rushing record with 349 yards against Cloverleaf.


Highland, senior

6-1, 170, WR-DB-PR-P

Snagged 47 receptions for 725 yards and four touchdowns on offense in the regular season and contributed 20 tackles and five interceptions on defense. Averaged 31.8 yards per punt. One of Highland’s most consistent playmakers on a Division II playoff team.


Buchtel, senior

6-1, 175, CB-WR

A college prospect known for his speed and elusiveness on both sides of the ball. Combined with classmates Anthony Clark, Trevon Wilkes and Anthony Harris to lead a stingy Buchtel defense, and help the Griffins finish as City Series runner-up.


Kent Roosevelt, senior

6-2, 225, LB

A Kent State University recruit who was named the Portage Trail Conference Metro Division Defensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior. Had 118 tackles, three sacks and two fumble recoveries in the regular season. Set the single-season school record for tackles as a junior with 168 and holds the career record with 397. Helped Roosevelt to three Division II playoff appearances in a row.


St. Vincent-St. Mary, senior

6-1, 245, LB-RB

College prospect holds scholarship offers from the University of Akron and Florida Atlantic. A sure tackler on defense and a powerful back on offense. Through 13 games this season, he has 108 tackles (17 for loss), two interceptions, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries on an undefeated team seeking its second Division III state championship in a row. Also has 292 yards and five touchdowns on 29 carries.


Nordonia, senior

6-2, 220, LB

College prospect helped Nordonia advance to Division II playoffs. Totaled 123 tackles (12 for loss) in the regular season with six sacks, two forced fumbles and one recovery and one interception.