The Gridiron Glory Player of the Year Candidates< < Back to
Gridiron Glory has finally narrowed the list down to five. Here are your final candidates for Gridiron Glory Player of the Year.
Isaac Huffman, Quarterback, Waterford Wildcats
From starting his first two years at 2-8, to being the top seed in Division VII, Region 27, Huffman has been through it all with the Waterford Wildcats.
PASSING: 49/89 972 yds, 16 TD, 4 INT
RUSHING: 59 att. 463 yds, 10 TD
Justin Harvey, Quarterback, Bloom Carroll Bulldogs
What quarterback in Southeast Ohio stays in the pocket? Oh yeah, that’s right, this guy. Harvey has shown that it can be done, and it works. The Bulldogs also found their way into the playoffs with a fifth seed.
PASSING:114/209, 2261 yds, 22 TD 9 INT
RUSHING:112 att. 501 yds, 8 TD
Dylan Dupler, Quarterback, Sheridan Generals
Dylan Dupler has been known as the “Lamar Jackson” of Southeast Ohio, according to one of our reporters. If that doesn’t explain his dominance, he also helped hand Tri-Valley its first loss in the MVL in 47 games.
PASSING: 80/141, 1214 yds 11 TD 8 INT
RUSHING: 134 att. 804 yds. 22 TD
Clay Edler, Quarterback, Unioto Sherman Tanks
38 touchdowns. What more is there to say? Edler has led his Sherman Tanks to their first ever playoff birth.
PASSING: 111/215 1527 yds, 20 TD 9 INT
RUSHING: 180 att, 1009 yds, 18 TD
Alex Mount, Running Back, Nelsonville-York Buckeyes
Mount is one of the main reasons why the Buckeyes went from 1-9 to 8-2 in just one season. With his impressive 13 yards per carry, it is a first-and-ten for the Buckeyes almost every time.
RUSHING: 122 att. 1597 yds, 15 TD
Voting takes place from now until Tuesday, November 15, at midnight.