Just call Muskegon Heights quarterback Willie Snead IV The Playmaker’ Snead generated big plays all with his dual-threat skills the Tigers’ spread offense. He’s a tremendous high school football player’ said veteran Muskegon Catholic Central coach Holmes, who Cassius Marsh Authentic Jersey lost twice to Snead-led Heights teams. Willie Snead makes plays. It was difficult to prepare for him because of his athleticism and ability to run and throw well’ Snead was named the Associated Press Division 5 Player of the Year for his standout senior.
Snead was joined on the honor squad by Oakridge quarterback Potts and lineman Brenden Cook and Montague wide receiver Root. Montague coach Pat Collins, who led Montague to the past two Division 6 state titles and a spot this year’s regional championship game, was honorable mention. Also earning honorable mention were Muskegon Heights wide receiver Deontae, Montague quarterback Cockerill, linebacker and Kent City linebacker Kruithoff. Snead completed 126-of-186 passes for 2 yards with 13 touchdowns and one interception.
He also carried 172 times for 1 yards and nine Christine Michael Authentic Jersey TDs. Defensively, Snead also was a key player at linebacker and safety, recording tackles and one interception. A returning all-stater, Snead set Heights’ records and has verbally committed to Ball State University. He’s such a tremendous athlete with good vision of the field’ said Oakridge coach Schugars, whose team went 1 against Heights the past two seasons. You can’t let him sit back there and look over the defense because he’d pick you apart. He’s going to have a great college career, too’ Potts, who tied or broke 12 school records as a quarterback and kicker, was a steady defensive back with 45 tackles and two interceptions. He was the all-state kicker last and sparked Oakridge’s offense this with more than 1 yards rushing, 700 yards passing and 34 total TDs. Cook, a state powerlifting champion, opened holes as a mobile pulling guard and doubled as a hard-hitting inside linebacker. He was a unanimous all-state selection as a lineman. Schugars rates Potts and Cook as two of his most dedicated players and leaders. They were team captains and never missed a practice or game – covering 209 dates – during their three-year varsity careers. Both Brenden and are character kids who won’t disrespect your program or your school’ said Schugars, who calls Potts the best athlete he’s coached 42 years.
They were concerned about the team more than their individual success. They are great leaders who are concerned about other people. They epitomize what we want Oakridge football player’ Root, who played on Montague’s back-to-back state title teams, led the Wildcats on both sides of the ball. He caught 50 passes for 701 yards and eight touchdowns and intercepted five passes as a defensive back. He’s our most dynamic multi-purpose threat’ Collins said about his three-year varsity player and team captain.