Posted On: 10/11/20 12:03 PM

DELANO-- Take a look at the defensive standouts from Willmar’s big win over Delano. Both programs had some studs!

Ryan Rasmussen, LB, Delano (2021)

Rasmussen had a crucial sack in yesterday’s game and used his long arms to get a pass breakup when heading at the Willmar QB. Rasmussen plays defensive end, but I think he is one with his size to move to linebacker as he stands at 6’1 210.

No Tape.

Brandt Sunder, DB, Willmar (2022)

Sunder had a key interception on Saturday in Delano. This was key because Delano had gained some slight momentum, but Sunder was able to kill any momentum built with his INT.

Tape vs. Big Lake

Trey LongstreetTreyLongstreet6'7" | TEDelano | 2021StateMN, DB, Delano (2021)

If I had to hand out a game ball for both sides of the ball for Delano, it would go to Trey LongstreetTreyLongstreet6'7" | TEDelano | 2021StateMN. Longstreet hauled in two interceptions yesterday for the Tigers. He used that length of his to win those jump balls with those receivers that didn’t’ have as much size as him.

LaBlue Moo, DB, Willmar (2022)

Moo, in my opinion, was the best corner I saw yesterday from both teams. His ability to go up

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