Logan Holgorsen (QB) University
Hunter America (RB) Doddridge County
Jacob Hartman (QB) Petersburg
#5 Malakai Brown (WR)
Brown had another solid performance in an odd but still heartbreaking loss over South Hagerstown. He pulled over 100 yards receiving yet again and two touchdowns. His consistency at wide receiver is unmatched and once he gets one or two breakout games with even more silly numbers his chances at the Kennedy will surely increase.
#4 Will Hackney (QB)
Hackney had a good week one but his week two was pure bonkers. In a multi-score win over Logan, the Sissonville quarterback launched the pigskin for 397 yards and six touchdowns and also ran it 97 yards and another score. The most prolific passing performance and total yard performance thus far into the season. Must have been working on tire flips.
#3 Cason Payne (QB)
Payne had a phenomenal outing against Single A South Harrison. He probably would’ve accumulated more stats if it didn’t turn into a blowout so early. During the time he was in though he finished with over 210 total yards and four scores (all through the air). We expect many more performances like this is as the Black Knights look to remain unbeaten and rarely tested.
#2 Kerry Martin Jr. (QB)
Martin Jr. is still playing his tail off. In a whooping of South Charleston, Martin Jr. scored a handful of times and totaled over 200 yards of offense. He was crisp through the air and made plays with his feet when needed. As of now, very few quarterbacks are being as prolific while efficient against good teams as Martin Jr. He will get many more shots to regain #1.
#1 Ivan Vaughn (RB)
Vaughn had a career night Friday against Parkersburg. In this game he tallied over three hundred yards and several touchdowns. This was against no slouch defense either. The Big Reds had no answer what so ever as he ran through and around the entire team. This was after an impressive 192 yard performance where he hardly played a half. Vaughn will have an opportunity at a message game this week against #2 Spring Valley.