Poll Closed: Week One Playoffs First Star Logistics Offensive & Defensive Players of the Week

OFFENSE

DEONDRE BOTHAST-REVALEE – TALAWANDA HS
The junior running back had his biggest game of the season with 21 carries for 189 yards and five touchdowns in a 56-13 win over Belmont to advance to the second round of the playoffs.

CADE RICE – NORTHMONT HS
The senior quarterback completed 20 out of 28 passes for 256 yards and four touchdowns in a 28-0 first-round playoff win over Middletown.

DREW RAMSEY – ELDER HS
The junior athlete carried the ball 17 times for 188 yards, and four touchdowns, including the game-winner in a 42-39 come from behind win over Fairfield. Ramsey also threw one pass for 19 yards and added 120 yards receiving on six receptions.

NOAH GESELBRACHT – MOELLER HS
The junior quarterback played the best game of his career, going 21-of-24 for 302 yards and two touchdowns in a 43-27 win over Hamilton.

RYAN NOLAN – ST XAVIER HS
The junior quarterback got his second career start but continues to show why the Bombers may have one of the deepest quarterback rooms in high school football. Nolan went 12-of-13 for 143 yards and three touchdowns in a 49-13 win over Walnut Hills.

MJ FLOWERS – COLERAIN HS
The junior running back carried 26 times for 131 yards and four touchdowns in a 38-7 win over Milford.

MICHAEL MOLNAR – MASON HS
The junior quarterback rushed ten times for 123 yards and three touchdowns while also going 10-of-16 for 103 yards passing.

ARI TURNER – PRINCETON HS
The senior running back carried eight times for 120 yards and two touchdowns while also pulling in a 50-yard touchdown reception in a 55-0 win over Oak Hills.

MARK SNOWDEN – TAYLOR HS
The junior quarterback went 13-of-16 for 220 yards and five touchdowns while also rushing three times for 76 yards and a score in a 49-6 win over Northwestern.

MARK SMITH – CINCINNATI COLLEGE PREP
The junior quarterback went 17-of-23 for 240 yards and four touchdowns while also adding 47 yards rushing and two scores in a 48-0 win over Twin Valley South.

DEFENSE

NATHAN COY – SPRINGBORO HS
The junior defensive back recorded 11 total tackles (5 solos) in a 28-19 first-round playoff win over Findlay.

DELIAN BRADLEY – SPRINGFIELD HS
The junior safety showed why he’s one of the top prospects in the 2022 recruiting class with 18 tackles (8 solos) in a first-round playoff win over Toledo Whitmer.

ADAM TRICK – WAYNE HS
The junior posted 11 total tackles (2 solos) to go with a fumble recovery in a 20-10 first-round playoff win over rival Centerville.

SAM SEVERT – CARROLL HS
The senior safety is a two-way performer, and a major reason the Patriots are advancing to the second round of the playoffs. Against Celina, Severt posted 13 tackles (9 solos) in a 42-39 win.

DAVID FREDERICK JR – CHAMINADE JULIENNE HS
Fredrick continues to be the Eagles leader on defense with 14 tackles (8 solos) in a 31-28 win over Northwest in the first round of the playoffs. The senior has a team-leading 80 tackles this season.

JALIN ADAMS – XENIA HS
The junior defensive back posted five tackles (4 solos) to go with a forced fumble and two interceptions he returned for a total of 40 yards in an 18-0 win over Tecumseh.

NOLAN HERRON – MADEIRA HS
The senior two-way performer had a big game with 11 total tackles (8 solos) and 1.5 sacks while rushing for 60 yards and a touchdown in a 58-13 win over Bethel-Tipp City.

QUINTERRIUS JEMISON – NORWOOD HS
The sophomore defensive lineman is back with another big performance posting four sacks in a 36-18 win over Shroder.

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