Northwest Region: WV Prep Football Players to Watch

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C&C’s 2020 WV Prep Football Insider


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Players to Watch

(for players on teams not mentioned in ‘Teams to Watch’ article)

Devin Hill

Offensive Tackle (Senior)

Hill checks multiple boxes as an elite linemen. He has the size, strength, great coaching, and nimble feet which make him a dominating force. The Indian offense will likely feature a lot of new faces especially up front. With Hill captaining this unit, they should continue their traditional excellence.

Caden Biser

Runningback / Linebacker (Senior)

Biser will be looking at a much different realm coming up to Class AAA. Last year he was apart of one of the statistically best offenses and defenses in the entire state. He should make an impact as a hard-nosed runner but mostly as a downhill linebacker for the Mohigans. It will be interesting to watch him against a different level of competition.

Bryson Singer

Quarterback (Junior)

Singer definitely took everyone by notice a year ago. The tall, athletic quarterback proved that he could sling it and also outrun the majority of defenses. Though Parkersburg faces a brutal schedule on top of losing a lot of starters, Singer’s explosive playmaking singlehandedly makes them a Top 15 team in Class AAA.

Hunter Patterson

Runningback / Wide Receiver (Senior)

Patterson was the gasoline to Oak Glen’s offense a year ago. The rising senior is truly dynamic in his ability to run and catch- nearly having a 1,000 / 1,000 year in 2019. The Golden Bears are poised for a run this year and with Patterson being their speedy offensive weapon- might just position themselves with a shot at the title.

Jeremiah King

Runningback / Defensive Back (Junior)

King has been a standout since his freshman season. His sophomore year was no different. On offense, he held several rushing performances of video game-like numbers. He has a unique running style that mixes long strides with heavy hitting power. As a junior, we expect to see him make Robert C. Byrd a headache to play against.

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