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Stillwater Area Editor’s Choice Presented by Hideaway Pizza

LB Treg Bowman 6-0, 195, Sr. Perry Maroons

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QB Mason Shubbert 6-2, 185, Jr. Morrison Wildcats 

As a sophomore, Mason Shubbert threw for 1,526 yards and 12 touchdowns last season. Also a threat to run, Shubbert is ready to lead the Wildcats back to competing for a district title. 

RB Holden Thompson 5-11, 180, Sr. Stillwater Pioneers

Holden is known for being a fast back with power. A unique combination that allows him to break it outside or pound the rock up the middle. He has a nice burst of speed with the ball and great vision to see the field. 

TE Josh Ford 6-5, 260, Sr. Stillwater Pioneers

A utility type player for Stillwater, Josh Ford will play tight end and be a major factor in the passing game for the Pioneers. He can also line up and be an effective fullback and play defensive end. 

OL Elijah Echohawk 6-2, 255, Sr. Pawnee Black Bears 

Starting right tackle for the Pawnee Black Bears, Elijah Echohawk brings leadership and attitude to the offensive line. Echohawk has shown excellent technique and the ability to make quick adjustments. 

DL Xavier Amaro 5-10, 228, Sr. Coyle Bluejackets 

You may consider Coyle’s Xavier Amaro an underdog pick, but I think he’s got the tools to be a great player this season. Last year as a junior, Amaro made 120 tackles and looks to rack up similar numbers this season. 

LB Treg Bowman 6-0, 195, Sr. Perry Maroons 

The aggressive style Treg Bowman brings to the field for the Maroons is exactly what the coaching staff at Perry wants from their inside linebackers. Bowman had 60 tackles, 11 tackles for loss despite missing four game due to an injury. Starter since his freshman season. 

DB Cutter Greene 6-1, 185, Sr. Perkins-Tryon Demons 

With excellent size and speed, Cutter Greene is a solid player who brings a lot to the field for the Demons. Greene is one of the leaders on defense and has the opportunity to be a standout player this season. Also a threat on offense at WR.

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