Aaron Covington, Armwood 2015 DB – When a defense has a defensive back who can play multiple positions, man up the opposing team’s best receiver or cover the back half of the zone, the defensive coordinator has a luxury most teams will not. Covington has not only made a big impact on the defensive side of the ball, he has been huge on special teams, especially the kickoff return team.
Alvin Harper Jr., Victory Christian 2015 Slot – Leads the team with 16 receptions and 222 yards and 2 receiving 2TDs. The next receiver has 4 catches and 46 yards. Harper accounts for 222 of Victory’s 342 total receiving yards. Of the 5 offensive touchdowns the Storm have scored this season, Harper accounts for 20% of those scores.
Nate Simmons, Newsome 2016 RB – On the year, Simmons leads the team in rushing attempts and yards. Newsome has rushed the ball 76 times this season. Simmons has nearly 40% of those carries; 312 yards for the Wolves on the ground, Nate has 159 of those yards.
Daniel Davis, Tarpon Springs 2015 ATH – Check this out! Game 1, 5 carries, 61 rushing yards, 81 receiving yards, 2 TDs and 224 total yards. Game 2, 151 rushing yards, 153 receiving yards, 304 total yards and 2 TDs. In just 2 games, Davis has 528 total yards, 1 INT and 4 TDs. Tarpon has 1131 total yards this year and Davis owns over 500 of them.
Derwin James, Haines City 2015 S – James plays less than half of each game on the offensive side of the ball. With that stated, James has 2 of Haines City 8 receptions and 41 of their 130 receiving yards. James has 132 all-purpose yards of the team’s 717. He is second on the team in tackles with 16 (Tavon Cox 25) and 2 sacks.