Southwest 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)

Jakob Caudill

Fullback (Senior)

Caudill is one of the most fun players to watch in the entire state. A true throwback to the brute force running of the fullback, he was incredibly effective as a junior. Caudill’s running isn’t just power, he has another gear that helped him be one of the leading rushers in WV a year ago. Cabell Midland returns a solid team and a loaded backfield with him paving the way.

KJ Taylor

Wide Receiver (Senior)

The argument could be made that Taylor is the most athletic and smooth running receiver in the state. He has been an explosive weapon for the Cougars for years now. Taylor can play a multitude of positions and has a solid pair of hands. All together, he will be the spark for a young but always dangerous Capital squad.

Zeiqui Lawton

Runningback / Defensive Line (Senior)

Lawton should be an expected name on this list. The highly-recruited defensive end is probably the most athletic pound-for-pound player in the state with true speed alongside pure strength. His best trait is his legitimate football IQ that he has shown since being an all-state freshman. The Black Eagles are loaded and ready to go with Lawton being the talented leader.

RT Alexander

Quarterback (Senior)

Alexander’s return to West Virginia was huge as he led the Patriots to the quarterfinals. The well-sized dual threat gunslinger does lose his two top targets but retains a good amount of his line and defense. He might have to carry a heavier load against an always hard schedule but will undoubtedly be a firework player in 2020.

Daylin Goad

Quarterback (Senior)

No one has put up more yards or points than Goad since 2018. The well-sized dual-threat passer will go into 2020 without his main target and the loss of their longtime offensive playcaller. Still, Mingo Central returns plenty of starters including a trio of great AA wide receivers. Goad will surely pack the statlines while willing the Miners into a potential playoff run.

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