Posted On: 10/17/20 3:22 PM

A season that barely came to fruition is now almost to the playoffs. That being said, most all the high school teams in the state are playing. And the best players ALWAYS step up this time of year. Here are the Week 7 players who not only helped their teams’ win but were the most dominant players on the field.

RB Jace Reynolds, Junior, Harrisonville (5’8, 175) Anytime you break records, you get MVP votes. When you rush for 395 yards and eight touchdowns (the record for a single game), you are the best player not only on the field but maybe in the state. The junior owns just about every rushing record in his school and conference. The fireplug uses exceptional vison, balance and toughness to win each rep. Reynolds never seems to tire out and plays like the energizer bunny. There will be a college program in a few years that will have all their records broken by Jace as well.

RB/DT Jamond Mathis, Sophomore, Duchesne (6’4, 222) Mathis is an up and coming star in the St. Louis area. He is

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