Make your pick for the Buffalo Wild Wings Player of the Week by 6 p.m. Monday
by Andy Hilton, recruit757
We’re closing in on the end of the season, but the recruit757/Buffalo Wild Wings Player of the Week award voting marches on!
This week we have eight options due to the outcomes of great games and the preponderance of heroic performances. Remember, we only nominate players from winning teams, so you not only have to have a great performance, but you also have to lead your team to a win in order to be nominated. That narrows down the field and makes it even more exclusive just to be nominated.
Here are your options for this week:
Kecoughtan QB Jonathan Melvin rushed for 173 yards and two touchdowns, including the game winner in his team’s 22-19 win over Heritage.
Indian River QB Dominique Brooks threw for 208 yards with two touchdowns and no INT in his team’s 28-16 win over previously unbeaten Oscar Smith.
Warhill kicker Fletcher Whalen nailed a 35-yard field goal to propel his team to a 17-14 win over York.
Cox High School ATH Tayvion Robinson had 22 carries for 138 yards and two rushing touchdowns in his team’s 13-10 comeback win over Tallwood.
First Colonial RB/LB Sam Adams rushed for 167 yards and scored two touchdowns in his team’s 27-12 win over Princess Anne, giving the Patriots their first win of the season.
Kellam LB Kemari Copeland had 10.5 tackles, 2.5 TFL, one fumble recovery, one INT and one sack in his team’s 23-6 win over Green Run.
Norfolk Christian RB Isaiah Rice rushed for 222 yards on 26 carries with three touchdowns in his team’s 38-22 win over previously undefeated Nansemond-Suffolk Academy.
Portsmouth Christian RB/DE Theo Wheeler had 208 yards rushing, including touchdown runs of 45 and 60 yards, and several TFL and sacks in his team’s 33-0 win over Broadwater Academy.
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– Andy Hilton