VOTE NOW: Week 6 RBC Heritage Player of the Week nominees

The first Friday in October brought plenty of highlights for local teams, including Battery Creek’s first win of the season and May River’s second straight shutout, but Lowco squads were just 3-8 this week, including the first losses of 2019 for Whale Branch and Thomas Heyward.

Nonetheless, there were plenty of standout performances — both in winning and losing efforts — and they are represented in this week’s RBC Heritage Player of the Week nominees.

Cast your vote by 3 p.m. ET on Thursday to help crown the winner. The nominees are:


Jaeon Allen, BCHS — 122 rushing yards on 14 carries, 2 TDs in 31-6 win over Creekside Christian

Tre Booth, BCHS — 153 rushing yards on 17 carries, 2 TDs in 31-6 win over Creekside Christian

Evan Elliott, HHIHS — 5 catches for 74 yards, 2 TDs in 50-35 loss to New Hampstead

Jadon Grant, WB — 105 rushing yards on 21 carries, 3 TDs in 37-36 overtime loss at Woodland

Ahmad Green, MRHS — 10-of-14 passing, 98 yards, 3 TDs; 42 rushing yards on 4 carries, TD in 54-0 win over Lake Marion

Eli Hall, MRHS — 14 tackles (10 solo), 2 tackles for loss, 2 forced fumbles in 54-0 win over Lake Marion

Daniel Harrington, HHCA — 4 catches for 173 yards, 3 TDs; tackle for loss, fumble return TD in 42-7 win over Northwood Academy

De’Arius Hazel, WB — 127 rushing yards on 12 carries, TD; 11 tackles in 37-36 overtime loss at Woodland

Daniel Phares, BHS — 4 catches for 84 yards; 2-for-2 passing, 57 yards, TD in 38-24 loss at Effingham County

Hayden Shinn, HHCA — 7-for-9 passing, 249 yards, 4 TDs in 42-7 win over Northwood Academy

Tommy Stauffer, HHP — 115 rushing yards on seven carries, TD; 4 catches for 121 yards, TD; 4 tackles in 41-18 loss to Carolina Academy

Rakim White, BLHS — 97-yard kickoff return TD; 3 catches for 127 yards, 86-yard TD in 49-17 loss to Richmond Hill

Who should be the RBC Heritage HSFB Player of the Week for Week 6?

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