The junior quarterbacks will take center stage in the battle of the top teams in Class 6A. Eden Prairie's Cole Kramer is currently the top signal caller in the Class of 2019, but Minnetonka's Aaron Syverson has burst onto the scene this fall.
Both the Eagles and Skippers have prospects at linebacker too. EP's Antonio Montero is one of the most fundamentally sound players in the state, while Tonka's Ty Barron is an old-school middle linebacker.
Don't forget about Solo Falaniko running behind guys like NDSU commit Joe Schreiber in the Eagles running game either. The senior has a three-game streak of 110 yards or more and is averaging almost eight yards per carry this season. — Ryan Burns, (@RyanBurnsMN), NFN Recruiting Analyst