Top Performers of Week 7, Ann Arbor High School Football Player of the Week poll
ANN ARBOR – Week 6 saw some great performances from high school football players from the Ann Arbor area.
Several have come up with impressive numbers to lead their teams to victories and are in the running to be voted Footballer of the Week.
MLive has selected seven players for this week’s poll, and readers have unlimited voting until 9am on Friday.
See the candidates for the poll and vote at the end of the story.
NOTE: The survey results do not affect MLive’s post-season awards and are used only to brag rights and express fan appreciation.
Cole Cabana, Dexter
Cabana set Dexter’s school record for rushing yards in one game when he stormed 341 yards and six touchdowns in the Dreadnaughts’ victory over Monroe on Saturday.
CJ Carr, saline
Carr had another standout performance for the Hornets when he hit 16-of-28 passes for 326 yards and three touchdowns and rushed to another score to lead Saline to a win over Temperance Bedford and get another Conference- Secure title.
Jorden Collier, Ypsilanti Lincoln
A week after hitting a season high of 218 yards, Collier dwarfed that feat with 260 yards and three touchdowns in Lincoln’s blowout win over Pioneer.
Trent Hill, Chelsea
Hill had a day to spare as he recorded more than 280 all-purpose yards, adding four roaring touchdowns and a receiving point in defeating Tecumseh that secured the SEC White title.
Roman Laurio, saltworks
Laurio caught six passes for 161 yards and a touchdown in Saline’s win over Bedford.
Cole McElvany, Milan
McElvany hit 9-of-13 passes for 132 yards and two touchdowns and stormed for 110 yards and one touchdown to help the Big Reds roll past Monroe Jefferson.
Brian Robinson, Ann Arbor pioneer
Robinson stormed for two touchdowns for the Pioneers in their matchup against Ypsilanti Lincoln.
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