Posted On: 06/22/22 1:03 PM

As seniors all around Michigan prepare for their last high school season on the gridiron, we wanted to shift our focus toward them. These young men have battled through some tough circumstances over the last few years but have kept their heads high and made their state proud. Today, we examined which of those rising seniors could become breakout prospects this fall. They showed plenty of promise last fall, and I believe each will take a major step in 2022. Here’s who you need to know!

ATH: Trey Mcginnis Trey Mcginnis 6'0" | ATH St. Joseph | 2023 MI , 5’10" 155, St. Joseph

A patient speedster with fantastic burst once he spots a hole. Trey will let his blocks set up in front of him and has proven he can outrun angles. At defensive back, he displayed top-notch anticipation, impressive ball skills, and the ability to create a chunk play after the interception.


LB: Karlito Campbell, 6’ 200, Battle Creek Central

A twitchy outside linebacker with noticeable quickness on film. Campbell has a knack for forcing fumbles and is a tough man to get your hands on at the second level. He’s a patient creeper who times up his

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