Posted On: 09/15/20 5:08 PM

The Iowa High School season is underway and a majority of teams are three weeks in, whereas some teams have had to take a week or two off because of COVID-19 concerns. I am taking a look at the statistics provided by and watched film on the highest producing underclassman signal callers, running backs, and receivers and broken them down. Here are the RB’s that have impressed so far this season:


Sophomore RB, Brady WavrunekBradyWavrunek5'9" | RBSioux City North | 2023IA, Sioux City North High School - 5’11, 185 lbs.

Stat line: 67 rushing attempts, 231 rushing yards, 4 rushing TD’s, 3.4 Yards Per Carry

Breakdown: Brady WavrunekBradyWavrunek5'9" | RBSioux City North | 2023IA has had success on the ground for his Sioux City North team so far this season by using a downhill running style. He’s, what I like to call, a bulldog type RB who makes one cut and gets downhill at the defense putting the pressure on them to step in front and take a good hit. Wavrunek is a big body that will deliver some punch when he’s carrying the ball. He also helps his team on special teams in the return game where he has given his offense good field position to

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