Keyvaun Cobb - DB/WR, Christ School HS, Arden, NC
If you need a touchdown it looks like Cobb is your guy. Just last week, the 6’1”, 175 pound senior athlete accounted for over 400 all-purpose yards that included 50-yards on the ground, a 60-yard touchdown reception, a 76-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and a 102-yard interception returned for a touchdown. In all, Cobb was responsible for four touchdowns in Christ School’s 66-38 win over Rabun Gap.
430 ALL purpose Yards, 4TD’s. 1 int (102 yd, TD). Gotta Check out this game highlight! https://t.co/zObukaBxqk— Keyvaun Cobb (@keyvaun_cobb) October 7, 2018
Emanuel Ferguson - QB, River Rouge HS, River Rouge, MI
Emanuel “Manny” Ferguson rushed for 158 yards and two touchdowns and threw for another touchdown in the rain in a 35-7 win over Harper Woods. River Rouge continues to shine under Ferguson’s leadership as the Panthers are riding a six game winning stream and an overall 6-1 record heading into a match-up this Friday against Academy for Business and Tech. Check out highlights from the first half of his season below.
MID SEASON HIGHLIGHTS ‼️‼️ https://t.co/NtGwAvTRT7— Emanuel Ferguson (@mannyferguson_) October 2, 2018
Kevonte Polk - CB/RB, Lanier HS, Sugar Hill, GA
The Lanier Longhorns are currently 5-2 in large part due to the athleticism of Kevonte Polk who has experience playing on both sides of the ball. As a junior, Polk rushed for nearly 500-yards and four touchdowns and this season he already has a field goal block returned 71-yards for a special teams score and a fumble recovery.