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Vote Now: Who Should be the High School Player of the Year

Knights Eager for 2010 Football Season Knights Eager for 2010 Football Season

Originally Published: Nov 12, 2010 6:51 PM CDT

Oklahoma Sports Staff

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma Sports has named its finalists for the 2010 High School Football Player of the Year and now we need the fans to vote to help determine the winner.

The fan vote will make up a portion in determining who is named player of the year, and the winner will be announced Dec. 5 during our final High School Football Blitz of the season.

The Finalists:
Donovan Roberts – RB, Norman High School: 254 carries, 1,720 yards (6.8 yards per carry), 25 TDs

Sawyer Kollmorgen – QB, Jenks High School: 118-160, 1,983 yards, 31 TDs, 1 INT

David Glidden – WR, Mustang High School: 58 catches, 1,157 yards (19.9 yards per catch), 15 TDs

Kentrell Brothers – WR/DE, Guthrie High School: 46 catches, 1,061 yards (23.1 yards per catch), 15 TDs. 77 tackles, 17 sacks.

Prince McJunkins – QB, Wagoner High School: 86-115, 1,524 yards, 24 TDs, 1 INT

Brandon Swindall – WR/DB, Millwood High School: 41 receptions, 1,048 yards (25.6 yards per catch), 13 TDs. 10 INTs, 505 yards.

Archie Bradley – QB, Broken Arrow High School: 126-207, 1,731 yards, 16 TDs, 3 INTs

Sterling Sheppard – QB/DB, Heritage Hall High School: 20 total TDs (3 pass, 5 rush, 10 rec, 1 punt return, 1 INT TD). 72 tackles, 6 INTs.

Vote on the poll on the right and tells Oklahoma Sports who you think should be the Player of the Year.

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