HS Football Week 3: Rutherford County Offensive Players of the Week

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A number of Rutherford County football players had huge games in Week 3; we honor them here in our Offensive Players of the Week.

5. Kemari McGowan, running back, Middle Tennessee Christian

Kemari McGowan enters our top five for the second-straight week. The MTCS running back rushed 24 times for 114 yards, though MTCS fell 12-6 to King’s Academy.

4. Lelan Wilhoite, running back, Siegel

The script’s the same: another game for Siegel, another huge night for Lelan Wilhoite. This time, the senior had 28 carries for 155 yards and a score, and caught four balls for 24 more in wet conditions. It wasn’t enough, though, as Siegel fell 18-6 to Riverdale.

3. Ethan Cobb, quarterback, Eagleville

Ethan Cobb enters the rankings for a second-straight week. The Eagleville quarterback ran 13 times for 77 yards and two touchdowns, and was 13-of-22 through the air for 138 and another score. The surprising Eagles remain unbeaten at 3-0.

2. Savion Davis, running back, Riverdale

It’s been a breakout 2017 season for Savion Davis, who carried 27 times for 201 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Riverdale beat Siegel, 18-6, on Friday. Here’s highlight footage of Davis’s game against Siegel. 

1. Master Teague, running back, Blackman

Master Teague keeps showing why he was good enough to get a scholarship offer from Ohio State. The senior running back carried the ball 17 times for 217 yards and four scores, leading the Blaze to a 49-14 rout of Coffee County. Here’s video of his evening. 

1 COMMENT

  1. Eagleville could be undefeated if their coach would actually coach and not let players make decisions about what to do. His method of coaching is unacceptable and has cost these boys 2 wins because he put the game in the hands of 16 year old. They have the number 1 receiver for past 2 years on their team but look and see how many of those 22 passes went his way. Games when they have slowed down our run he has not utilized the great arm of the QB to that number 1 receiver. Makes no sense and is very frustrating.

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