Posted On: 10/10/20 4:37 PM

Anytime this two behemoths face off, the game always has extra meaning. Especially to the players on the field. This matchup, which was DeSmet's first game of 2020, is loaded with D-1 talent, on both sides of the football and on both teams.

The best WR in the state, senior Chevalier Brenson, made one of the sweetest catches in the back of the end zone for a score. Showing separation, speed and body control, the Illinois commit high pointed the football with one hand and made a circus catch.

That being said, DeSmet lined up junior defensive back Jordan ColemanJordanColeman5'11" | DBSt. Louis University Highschool | 2022StateMO over Brenson most of the game and Coleman more than held his own. Coleman used his length, strength and smarts to cover Brenson in tight one vs one situations. That is why I give the MVP of the game to Coleman. Showing the ability to play cornerback versus the best in the state will garner Coleman multiple offers as soon as college coaches check out the tape.

With starting MLB Carter EdwardsCarterEdwards6'0" | LBDeSmet Jesuit | 2021StateMO out because of an emergency appendectomy,

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