Many great offensive performances were posted in Week Two of the Ohio High School football season leaving us no choice but to add a few more names than planned. Eight players have been selected for you to vote on for the FirstStarFootballReport.com Offensive Player of the Week sponsored by First Star Logistics.
Here is a look at each player and what they did to earn a nomination from their performances.
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Marshall Lang – St. Xavier
The Northwestern pledge had maybe his best game as a Bomber with eight receptions for 111 yards and three touchdowns in the Bombers 21-14 win over Colerain.
Matthew Rueve – St. Xavier
The senior quarterback passed for 243 yards and three touchdowns on 26-of-36 passing and no interceptions in the Bombers big win over Colerain. After two games, Rueve is 47-of-71 for 544 yards and five touchdowns with a quarterback rating of 153.8.
Corey Kiner – Roger Bacon
The junior running back enjoyed another big game with 164 yards rushing and three touchdowns while adding 80 yards receiving on three receptions in a 41-14 win over Newport (KY) Catholic.
Ryan Hamm – Madeira
The senior receiver hauled in six balls for 201 yards and three scores while adding a 63-yard kickoff return and two punt returns for another 49 yards in a 33-7 win over Clermont Northeastern.
Cam Coomer – Wilmington
Coomer was a one-man hurricane against Miami Trace in a 56-24 win. On the night, Coomer passed for 154 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for 100 yards on seven carries and another score. But he wasn’t done adding a 85 yard touchdown reception and an interception on defense.
Brayden Siler – Troy
The senior quarterback passed for 182 yards and two scores while also rushing for 99 yards and two scores in a 35-14 win over Butler.
Kayvon Britten – Western Hills
Rushed for 308 yards and four touchdowns while also adding an 81-yard punt return for a touchdown in a 43-40 loss to Mariemont.
Keaton Kesling – Northmont
The senior quarterback passed for 352 yards on 21-of-43 passing and four touchdowns in a 37-17 win over Pickerington North.