Posted On: 10/13/17 5:45 AM

Jason Williamson, RB – Owatonna (at Northfield)

Williamson has been the bell cow for a Huskies offense that’s averaged more than 52 points per game. He’s rushed for 80 yards or more in each of Owatonna’s six contests, including a school-record 343 against Rochester Century, with 19 total rushing touchdowns.

The 190-pound junior’s production comes with two opposing caveats: his achievements have mostly been in the first three quarters of every game, and the Huskies opponents have a combined record of 11-25 (.305).

That changes on Friday. The top-ranked Huskies travel to No. 7 Northfield for a battle of unbeaten teams. Williamson rushed for six touchdowns in two wins over the Raiders last season, and you can bet he’ll be motivated for more success in his team’s first true test of the fall.

Antonio Montero, RB/LB – Eden Prairie (vs Minnetonka)

Montero has been the leader of the Eagles defense since the beginning of 2016. He’s turned into a reliable short-yardage running back this fall, rushing for 11 touchdowns in the first six contests.

Montero and the Eagles defense have still not allowed first-quarter points this season

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