Dillon Gabriel - QB, Mililani HS, Honolulu, HI
Is it possible that West Point has landed the best high school quarterback to ever come out of the Aloha state? Well, Mililani High School QB Dillon Gabriel is certainly living up to the hype as he is now responsible for the most career passing yards (8,201 yards) in the Hawaii High School history, booting current Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa to second and former Hawaii great, Timmy Chang to third. Gabriel surpassed Tagovaiola in a 35-0 win over Waianae where the lefty finished with 362 yards and and five touchdowns. The senior quarterback chose Army over offers from Air Force and Navy. Gabriel jumped to the career leader position with the pass in the first video below:
Mililani strikes first on Dillon Gabriel's 47-yard strike to Kai Banks pic.twitter.com/eIJ4Nfhj9Z— Spencer Honda (@SpncerHonda) September 1, 2018
Nasir Rashid - LB, Shaker Heights HS, Shaker Heights, OH
You can’t search Shaker Heights football without reading about the defense led by Nasir Rashid. With Rashid’s leadership and athleticism, the Red Raiders are allowing an average of 13.8 points per game in their first five games of the season. He has three multi-sack games this season and looks to be an unstoppable force for opposing offenses. Check out his mid-season highlight reel in the second video.
Rashid trying to close it out for the Raiders! pic.twitter.com/hPifPpafHs— Shaker Raiders (@raidersofshaker) September 22, 2018
Tyler King- LB, Pine-Richland HS, Gibsonia, PA
The Pine-Richland Rams are 4-1, with the lone loss coming against nationally acclaimed IMG Academy. No matter the opponent, however, King is flying after the ball carrier and is a big reason for Pine-Richland’s success so far in 2018. As a junior, King contributed defensively for 150 total tackles and he appears to be on pace for quite another successful season. He is currently a three-star recruit by Rivals and had other offers from Army and Buffalo among other division one football programs.