Posted On: 10/11/20 10:32 PM

It was a great way to start the high school football season Friday night in Shakopee. St. Michael-Albertville trailed heading into the fourth quarter but rallied to take a two-score lead, only to have to hold on against a late Shakopee rally for a 29-26 victory. There were some outstanding individual performances on both sides of the ball. Here are five guys I felt stood out.

Jack DrobinskiJackDrobinski6'2" | QBSt. Michael-Albertville | 2021StateMN QB St. Michael-Albertville

Drobinski played an efficient game in his first career varsity start. In the first half, he looked comfortable in the pocket and effectively threw the short or intermediate routes. He usually got the ball out quickly to his receivers. He made his two best throws in the second half. Drobinski threw two bullets; the first was on a seam route that set up a score, and the second was a 19-yard touchdown that Drobinski threw into a tight window. Props must go to receiver Reynold Hamann here too. He was blasted by the defensive back just as he caught the ball, but he hung on for the touchdown.

David CollinsDavidCollins5'8" | RBSt. Michael-Albertville | 2021StateMN RB St. Michael-Albertville

Collins can lower his pad level to get tough yards. In

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