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Posted On: 04/25/21 11:40 AM

There are few things more exciting than getting your eyes on the up and comers, before everyone else. The state of Michigan has some real stars moving through the ranks right now. Every year there are players that seem to burst onto the scene and take everyone by storm, but they’ve always been there, behind the scenes, winning in the dark. Take a look at some of the difference makers, game changers, and highlight reel play makers as they head into their junior season of high school football. 

Drew Viotto Drew Viotto 6'3" | QB Walled Lake Western | 2023 State MI , 6’3, 200, Walled Lake Western

Viotto is an impressive up and comer, exemplifying what the quarterback position is all about, as he was team captain as an underclassman at Walled Lake Western. He showed great poise as a leader, completing multiple game winning touchdown passes in the final seconds of games this past season, and also displaying outstanding accuracy and an ability to progress nicely through his reads. Given how young he is, his ability to be an accurate thrower down the field speaks volumes to how natural he is as a passer. He’s got division one size and arm strength, and

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