QB | Cedric Case, Lincoln High
Lincoln Ard | 6-2 | 205 | Mr. | College: Texas State
Stats and things: The football revival followed the Links to this season with Case at the controls as he led the Links with a record 7-3 and the third appearance of their Class Stage stage appearance. The case demonstrated the ability to complete all, and one state-class record of the Complete Class A season, 73 percent of its passports (Case of the record at 68 percent last year) for 2,782 yards and 25 touchdowns . He finishes his high school career with a 11-person state record of a 70 percent complete percentage with 8,020 yards and 81 touchdowns.
QB | Baylor Scheierman, Aurora
Aurora | 6-6 | 185 | Mr. | College: South Dakota State, basketball
Stats and things: The Scheierman on the left could play Division I's college basketball starting next season, but created that he could have a future as a quarterback Division I taking the Huskies to record 13-0 and Class C-1 state championship. Scheierman broke records C-1 carrying records for courtyard in season (3,923, 11-man record), most yard in game (507), rod per game in season (301.7), finished in season (255 , 11-minute record) and most of the touchdown that goes in season (59, 11-man record). He finishes his career with 6,642 yards through the air and 88 sessions TD.
RB | Zander Gray, North Omaha
North Omaha 6-1 | 230 | Mr. | College: No decision
Stats and things: Super-Stater suffered the first senior injury season quote, mid-season playing Lincoln Southeast game while going out in the first quarter of the first game of the game against the Grand Island with a low-lying elbow. Gray has always been able to make a rush for 1,555 yards and 20 touchdowns, and an average of 8.5 yards per carriage despite the defenses built up to stop it. Gray, the best power mix and speed in the state, went over 200 yards in four games, including a 240-yard performance in a 52-49 win over Bellevue West where he scored through TD. He finishes his career with 4,731 yards and 65 TD. Gray offers from South Dakota and North Dakota, and is interested in some SME schools.
RB | Jay Ducker, Bellevue the West
Bellevue Thiar | 5-10 | 185 | Jr. | College: No decision
Stats and things: Ducker demonstrated why he is the recruitment goal for a number of Power Five conferencing programs, using their different religious style to get 1,813 yards and scoring 30 season deposits to help the Thunderbirds guide Class A semi-play games. Ducker hosted work in the West Western Bellevue drama games where he moved for 609 yards and had eight TDs. Ducker is also a threat to take the ball out of the bowl with 23 reception of 119 yards and two TDs this season. He goes into the senior season with 3,635 career rods and 57 TD. Currently there is a bid from Purdue to Iowa, Iowa State, Minnesota, Nebraska and Stanford that represent an interest.
WR | Bates Sábhaire, Bellevue West
Bellevue Thiar | 6-3 | 195 | Jr. | College: No decision
Stats and things: Despite the defenses aimed at halting, Super-Stater took the first team 48 times on 856 yards and 12 TD, in conjunction with the second Super-Stater team Shane Dailey Jr. punch in the state by a wide receiver. Betts had been arrested at 142 yards and a pair of quarter quarters when Bellevue West was late for a 42-21 victory over Lincoln Pius X. He had been arrested for 150 yards and TD against Omaha North. He has had a scholarship offer from Nebraska for more than a year and is followed by Iowa, Iowa State, Minnesota and Purdue, and all of them are also available.
WR | Xavier Watts, Omaha Burke
Omaha Burke | 6-1 | 190 | Jr. | College: No decision
Stats and things: The Watts played the great ability to play on the outside of the Class A state champions, and it was never more clear than the final state in which it was released to pass 62 and 37 yards in the third quarter to 14-3 to delete a half-time deficit to Grand Island. Watts, who had 11 engaged in 159 yards in the final state, finished with 67 receptions for 1,093 yards and 14 TD. Watts is a stand-alone defense backup as well as 58 people and five interventions of this season. Watts have scholarship offers from Nebraska, Iowa State, Minnesota, Northwestern and Purdue.
WR | Brady Danielson, York
York 6-3 | 205 | Mr. | College: Northern State, basketball (Does a motion of football take place)
Stats and things: The first two-time Super-Stater team is one of the best backgrounds for a wide-receiver-protective combination of the appearance of high-status football that is unchanged in the state. Danielson suffered an abnormal injury to the final of the season but still finished with a 49 school record of 929 yards (other school records) and seven days. He has 198 yards against Seward in the regular season and 2,000 yards from his school record career. Record 36 tackles four passports for protection, while running the whole career mediation on a school record 15. Danielson is also an all-state basketball player that returns to the first team, who gave the state title Class B in last March.
OL | Noah Stafursky, York
York 6-4 | 315 | Mr. | College: Nebraska, a walk
Stats and things: The committee of York Glen Snodgrass calls on Stafursky, the most aggressive one in which he has ever commenced. Stafursky signed 46 pancakes blocks this season where he placed the defendant on the ground, and 11 against Seward was the high season. He left marking on the other side of the ball as well as tackling a 34 tackle, and four of them behind the defaults line. The size, strength, mobility and Stafursky's vulnerability of the spectacular prospect of the next level.
OL | Kohl Herbolsheimer, South Millard
Millard South | 6-3 | 270 | Jr. | College: uncommon
Stats and things: Herbolsheimer, who had already started for three years, joined the second Super-Stater team Jayden Merriman to help make this way run for two Super-State Junior Patriot 1,000-wheeled wheels on Isaiah Harris and sophomore quarterback TJ Urban. Herbolsheimer, one of the best in junior class and Division In recruiting the likelihood of the next season, as well as 53 tackling a three-sac defense end, eight losses and safety stops.
OL | Ryan Bena, Creighton Prep
Preight Creighton 6-4 | 275 | Mr. | College: South Dakota
Stats and things: Bena, the first Super-Stater team, the last season, continued on the tradition of Junior Jays of the physical football of this season. Tim Johnk, coach of Creighton Prep, is Bena who is the best person in training for a 26-year career. "Ryan is athletic, clever and is bad," says Johnk de Bena.
OL | Blake Anderson, Omaha Skutt
Omaha Skutt | 6-5 | 275 | Jr. | College: No decision
Stats and things: Anderson made the front face that helped Super-Stater Jarod Epperson become the next team of more than 2,000 yards and takes the SkyHawks to the Class B. state championship. It was also crucial in the huge defense of Skutt , with 62 people fighting for their protected protection spot. Its height, size and abilities of recruiting athletes to Anderson Division college should be created in next year, according to the Skutt committee Matt Turman.
OL | Mehki Butler, North Omaha
North Omaha 6-3 | 325 | Mr. | College: No decision
Stats and things: In the past two years when the Vikings were needed, they would like to run 230 pounds of Zander Gray behind the huge Butler, the first Super-Stater team. Butler is extremely mobile, and this uses to protect as well as; 23 were in combat, four behind the line. There are bids from North Western County and West Iowa Junior College, but Section I's interest may be late.
Ath. | Jarod Epperson, Omaha Skutt
Omaha Skutt | 6-0 | 185 | Mr. | College: No decision
Stats and things: Epperson finished his high-school dream career, placing the State Championship Season 13-0 Skutt with 260 yards flowing and four touchdowns went to two pass receptions at 77 yards and two additional TDs in the 48-27 SkyHawks Scottsbluff win in finals Epperson has emerged as one of the best in senior states with a total of 2,319 yards and 40 TD (streaming and receiving). Its combination of power and speed has colleges highlighting its services later.
Ath. | Cole Evans, Grand Island
Grand Island 6-2 | 190 | Mr. | College: Creighton baseball
Stats and things: The ankle screwed late in the regular season that the quarterback was successfully spending the double reset to Millard West and the next game, a lost collision on Lincoln Southwest. He first returned to Lincoln East in the regular week's finale and started to win the islands with talents over North Omaha, Millard South and Bellevue West to reach the Class A final. Evans finished 63 per cent of its passes for 1,581 yards and 18 TD, with the top performance coming against Lincoln High when it was 14-18-18 for 251 yards and three TDs.
K | Dylan Jorgensen, Lincoln Southwest
Lincoln Southwest | 5-9 | 175 | Mr. | Nebraska walk on
Stats and staff: Jorgensen did not lose an extra point in his high school career, hitting every 29 as senior after 36 36 years of age was junior. Jorgensen 7-a-11 was a senior goal area, 47-yarder and a 33-yard game in the second game against Kearney. He completed 14 to 21 for his career. He left his strong foot to start the defense of Silver Hawk in terms of strength – he had 36 of the first 48 kick. Jorgensen was the pole, at an average of 36.5 yards per pound of this season and scored 78-yards off from fake.
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