Week 4 players to Watch

Posted On: 09/13/20 8:30 AM

Along with being the leading rushers in terms of carries in the state, these five players also shine on the defensive side of the ball.

The power of youth allows them to pretty much stay on the field throughout each game, and you can bet none of them would have it any other way.

By playing both offense and defense, these players have given college coaches an incredible amount of film to study and dissect as they prepare to offer them a spot on their respective teams.

Gage Voshell, Oelwein (2021)

A true workhorse out of the backfield, Oelwein's Gage Voshell has carried the ball a state-leading 89 times through three games. Quick math shows that coming out to almost 30 attempts a week.

Even for a young pup like Voshell, that is a tremendous amount of wear and tear.

Voshell has delivered for the Huskies, racking up 527 yards and three touchdowns. He also leads the team with three converted two-point attempts.

In Week 1, Voshell had 34 carries for 258 yards and a score.

On defense, Voshell has 7.5 tackles with five solo stops and a tackle for loss. He also handles the punting duties at Oelwein, averaging

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