Posted On: 12/23/20 11:22 AM

The 2020 season had the most uncertainty of any season we have seen. This means that players and coaches had to step up in different ways. These players and coaches were the best of the best and it showed each week. Let’s take a closer look at the postseason awards from this past year.

NJ Player of the Year: Audric EstimeAudricEstime6'1" | RBSt. Joe's Montvale | 2021StateNJ (2021) | St. Joe’s Montvale

Estime came into the season as the best running back in the state and turned out to be the best overall player when it was all said and done. The Notre Dame signee finished with 1,838 rushing yards and 22 touchdowns. He scored three or more touchdowns in six of his eight games this season. Estime was able to get comfortable against fellow powerhouses such as Bergen Catholic, St. Peter’s Prep, and Hun. He turned in his best performance against Don Bosco when he carried the ball 24 times for 309 yards and three touchdowns. The future member of the Irish will be an impact player at the next level.

Offensive Player of the Year: Patrick SmithPatrickSmith5'11" | RBHoly Spirit | 2021StateNJ (2021) | Holy Spirit

Smith was a dominant runner as a junior and

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