Posted On: 10/10/20 8:46 PM

Yesterday’s 21-12 Annandale victory over Princeton was a hard-fought, grind-it-out win for the Cardinals that featured standout performances in all three phases of the game: offensive, defensive, and special teams. Both teams were stuffed with scholarship talent and recruits, but some of the most impressive performances surprised me and came from more under-the-radar prospects. Check out who won my PrepRedzoneMN Game Balls for best offensive, defensive, and special teams showings from Friday’s matchup, and thank you for reading.

Player of the Game: Brady Spaulding (Annandale) WR


Brady Spaulding (Annandale) WR. 6’6, 180 lbs. 2022. My player of the game as well as the most productive offensive player on either team during the game, I had to take a hard double-look at the 2022 wideout to make sure it wasn’t 2020 grad and UMary WR commit Paul Meyer - who had a great senior season in 2019 and stood at 6’5, 190. Spaulding made countless tough catches throughout the ball game that came at key times for the Cardinals. Whether they needed a first down, to catch up from behind the chains, or simply a drive-igniting play to be made, Spaulding was the man all night long. He made contested catches over the middle and played the ball well, and used his hands to

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