HSFB: Week 8 RBC Heritage Player of the Week Nominees

We had a light slate of games in Week 8, but that didn’t stop area high school football players from putting up another round of eye-popping statistics.

The ballot for this week’s RBC Heritage Player of the Week voting includes a little bit of everything – dual-threat quarterbacks, ground-pounding running backs, defensive dynamos, and two-way standouts.

We’re running a little behind this week, so the voting will spill into Friday. Get your votes in by 9 a.m. ET on Friday, and we’ll put a bow on Week 8 and move on to Week 9.

Here are the nominees:

• MRHS DL Roderick Grant: 13 tackles, 4 TFL, 3 sacks in 30-7 win vs. Beaufort High

• MRHS QB Ahmad Green: 16 rushes, 123 yards, 2 TDs; 5-16 passing, 36 yards in 30-7 win vs. Beaufort High

• BCHS QB Jordan Gwyn: 4-8 passing, 94 yards, TD; 9 rushes, 25 rushing; 3 tackles, INT in 13-12 win vs. Ridgeland-Hardeeville

• HHP RB Hunter Hopman: 11 rushes, 109 yards, 2 TDs; 4 receptions, 42 yards, 2 TDs in 30-22 win vs. Dorchester Academy

• BA RB Ja’Sean Lawson: 10 rushes, 123 yards, 3 TDs in 60-6 win over Cathedral Academy

• HHP QB Stone McDonald: 10-17 passing, 176 yards, 2 TDs; 8 rushes, 63 yards in 30-22 win vs. Dorchester Academy

• MRHS RB Brandon Morales: 32 rushes, 198 yards, 2 TDs in 30-7 win vs. Beaufort High

• THA RB/DB Bobby Payne: 5 rushes, 196 yards, 3 TDs; 5 tackles in 40-0 win over Bethesda Academy

• THA RB Trey Pusha: 10 rushes, 96 yards, TD; 15-yard TD reception in 40-0 win over Bethesda Academy

• BCHS RB Gabriel Singleton: 12 rushes, 76 yards, TD; 2 tackles, TFL, PBU in 13-12 win vs. Ridgeland-Hardeeville

• BHS QB/DB Jeffrey Smyth: 11 tackles, TFL, PBU, FR; 3 rushes, 88 yards; 3-11 passing, 60 yards in 30-7 loss to May River

• BA WR/K William Tumlin: 5 receptions, 86 yards, TD; two 2-point conversion receptions; two kickoffs for touchbacks in 60-6 win over Cathedral Academy

Who should be the RBC Heritage HSFB Player of the Week for Week 8?
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Voting ends at 9 a.m. ET on Friday, Oct. 19

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