CONTESTS & PROMOS

Michigan Mr. Football Contest 2018!

Michigan Mr. Football Contest 2018!

Thanks To Hungry Howies for their continued support of High School Athletics and Academics and for sponsoring the Mr. Football 2018 Contest!

Voting for the 2018 Michigan High School Mr. Football contest - sponsored by Hungry Howies – is now closed!

Congratulations to our Final Four and the 2018 Mr. Football Winner - Dequan Finn of Detroit MLK!!

And finally, while you are totally enjoying the Fall Sports Season - don't forget to grab a few friends and a few pies from Hungry Howies - Home of the Original Flavored Crust Pizza!!!

 

Austin Brown - Madison Heights Madison - QB

Austin Brown - Madison Heights Madison - QB

Madison Heights Madison  | Senior - QB

Brown is in his 4th season as a Starting QB in the MHSAA ranks, after transferring in from Catholic Central. He has compiled a 21-1 record as a starter for the Eagles so far, and scored an amazing 37 touchdowns so far this season.

Cameron Martinez

Cameron Martinez

Muskegon  | Junior - Quarterback

A 5-foot-11, 175-pound athlete with a handful of Division I offers, Martinez makes plays with his feet in Muskegon’s veer option, stepping right into the shoes of last year’s Mr. Football, La’Darius Jefferson. Martinez is a big reason for the Big Reds 9-0 regular season, and shattered Big Red rushing record in Week 8 with 352 yards and 6 scores.

Dequan Finn - WINNER !

Dequan Finn - WINNER !

Detroit Martin Luther King  | Senior - Quarterback

A 6'1 190 pound dual threat quarterback, Finn has already done a lot of winning so far in his career, including a Division 2 title in 2016 and a PSL Championship in 2017. Finn is committed to Central Michigan in 2019. Finn has led the Crusaders to a 7-2 regular season mark with a total of 31 touchdowns.

Jaren Mangham

Jaren Mangham

Detroit Cass Tech  | Senior - Running Back

A versatile athlete at 6'2 and 210 pounds, Mangham can also play linebacker and safety, though he calls himself a running back at heart. Mangham is committed to Colorado for 2019.  Mangham looks to continue to lead the way in the playoffs for the 9-0 Technicians.