The Drive For Five – Week 7 Mr. Football Award Power RankingsFootball  |
1. Cody White – Walled Lake Western
White had a relatively quiet game against Waterford Mott, but his importance and production to Western throughout the season is unrivaled. An impact player at quarterback, wide receiver and on defense, White still remains at the top of these rankings, but the rest of the field is narrowing the gap.
2. Kalil Pimleton – Muskegon
Pimpleton again proved he is the most versatile player in the state of Michigan last week, as he recorded a punt return for a touchdown to go along with a touchdown run and a touchdown pass, all three of which came in the first quarter as the Big Reds rolled to a 69-0 win over Grand Rapids Union.
3. Donovan Peoples-Jones – Detroit Cass Tech
Peoples-Jones finished Saturday’s game against King with 98 yards receiving, including one grab that went for over 80 yards, which set up a touchdown for the Technicians, in Cass Tech’s 31-18 win.
4. Ambry Thomas
Thomas didn’t have a big statistical game on Saturday against Cass Tech, but was a contributor in almost every facet of the game, particularly on defense, limiting Peoples-Jones to no touchdowns and 98 yards receiving.
5. Ian Hall – Grandville
Our newest member of the Mr. Football Top 10, Hall plays a position that usually goes overlooked, but Hall’s production can’t be overlooked this season. Already closing in on 15 sacks on the 2016 season, Hall has been a force all season long from his defensive end position for the Bulldogs.Tweet