Posted On: 11/24/20 3:43 PM

We’ve cut down our PrepRedzoneMN Player of the Year Semifinalist list of 50 standout Minnesota preps and have narrowed things down to the 10 players in the state that we think have had some of the best individual seasons of any prep in 2020. It’s obviously been a crazy and unparalleled year that has made for a chaotic and shortened high school football season, but I believe the coaches and players throughout the state are handling things with a ton of grace and fortitude. From not knowing who you are going to play sometimes hours before kickoff, to scheduling games against opponents you’ve never played before, and even having to swallow the bitterness of a game having to be cancelled, the kids took everything in stride and really showed out this past season. There were a lot of great performers and performances, but these 10 separated themselves from the pack for a number of reasons and rightfully earned the title of: PrepRedZoneMN Player of the Year Finalist. Find out who was named one of 10 finalists before and get a quick synopsis of their film, stats, and impact for their teams. Thanks for reading!

Jake RatzlaffJakeRatzlaff6'2" | LBRosemount | 2021StateMN (Rosemount) TE/SS/LB. 6’2, 215 lbs. Class of

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