This is the last ballot of the year for Football Player of the Week, and here are your candidates:
- Seth Phillips, Clarksville High School – Phillips, a senior running back and linebacker, had a 194 yd performance on 13 carries and 2 TDs versus West Creek. He had a 73 yd touchdown, and recorded 6 solo tackles. “Seth is having a great year for us in terms of leadership on the defensive side of the ball, and giving us an extra burst on the offensive side. He is picking up where he left off from last year and is going to help lead this team into the playoffs,” his coach Issac Shelby said.
- Grady McPherson, Sycamore High School – McPherson, a junior quarterback, was 11-of-14 for 160 yards and 3 TDs versus Camden. “Grady has worked hard this season to improve himself. He pieced together a season’s worth of hard work Friday night and had a great game in a very important game for our team. I am very happy that Grady worked so hard all season and has improved as the season has progressed,” his coach Justin Robison said.
- Aaron Bolster, Rossview High School – Bolster, a junior receiver/cornerback, had four carries for 30 yards, including a TD on an 8-yard run. He also had three receptions for 20 yards and 3 tackles. “Aaron had a solid great game all night and played quarterback and had a couple big runs when we needed. He had two big receptions for first downs that rallied out team,” his coach Todd Hood said.