Posted On: 12/30/20 2:03 PM

Outside of winning a state championship – which no one in Minnesota truly got the opportunity to do in 2020 – Minneapolis Washburn senior Jamarien WheelerJamarienWheeler6'2" | WRMinneapolis Washburn | 2021StateMN ended his high school football career better than 99 percent of Minnesota football players. Washburn won the Section 4AAAAA title over Tartan 33-28, and Wheeler had a Randy Moss versus the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day in 1998 kind of game – five catches, 194 yards, and four touchdowns. Now, Wheeler is preparing for his winter sports season and a chance to have more Freak like performances at the next level.

"They were expecting us to run, and I got on top of their corners a couple of times," Wheeler said about his big night. "Tartan was a ball-control offense. We only ran five plays in the third quarter, but we scored three touchdowns."

Although he and the Millers ended the season on a high, the team was solid all year – losing just one game.

"We had a good run stop, but we also had good athletes in the secondary," Wheeler said. "On offense, we had a good passing game."

On the way to his season-ending performance, Wheeler was a consistent

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