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QB Isaac Stiebeling leads a potent Panther offense

In his first two games of the 2015 season, senior quarterback Isaac Stiebeling and the Fort Wayne Snider Panthers would face two of the top football recruits in the nation. In week one action, the Panthers annihilated the Wayne Generals and the number one prospect in the state in Michigan State recruit Auston Robertson. Robertson … Continue reading

Ben Davis Quarterback Azjai Cooper is ready

Indianapolis Ben Davis, the number 1 team in our power 25 rankings faced off against a tough opponent in number 4 Avon on last Friday. The Giants were able to hold off the Orioles and their quarterback Brandon Peters, winning 49-42. While Ben Davis star Chris Evans was held in check for most of the … Continue reading

INPreps: Week 2 Game of the Week

Week two of the Indiana high school football season has all the story-lines you could ask for. Whether it’s a heated rivalry, the team destined for redemption or the fact there will be two Mr. Football frontrunners facing off. This is arguably one of the most exciting weeks of the season. NOTABLE GAMES FW Snider(10) … Continue reading

2018 RB Markese Stepp is ahead of the curve

Indianapolis power football program Cathedral is consistantly a hotbed for division one talent. Sophomore running back Markese Stepps is next up. The young running back runs hard and is a very decisive runner already. He breaks arm tackles with ease and possesses the speed to run away from defenders. In the week one opener on … Continue reading

2017 RB Mitchell Burton emerging prospect

Columbus North 2017 running back Mitchell Burton is starting to get the hang of this whole running the ball thing. Since taking over the tailback position week 9 last year, Burton has accumulated 756 yards, 11 touchdowns in his last four (Southport, Jeffersonville, Center Grove, Franklin) games. That’s an impressive start for anyone making the … Continue reading

2017 Quarterback Zach Summeier stock rising

Indianapolis Warren Central may have found their next quarterback prospect in Zach Summeier. Listed at 6’0 175, Summeier is capable of making every throw. Despite a loss in the opener against a talented Center Grove defense, Summeier was very effecient and effective passing the ball. The junior went 18-22 with 223 yards and 3 touchdowns. … Continue reading

DB Josh Hayes was B1G time in week1 opener

Indianapolis Pike defensive back Josh Hayes loves to compete and does not shy away from calling himself the best defensive back in the state. Last Friday, he received the opportunity to prove this against the number one quarterback prospect in the nation, in Brownsburg (Tennessee Recruit) QB Hunter Johnson. Not only did Hayes rise to … Continue reading

No.1 Prospect Hunter Johnson commits to Tennessee

The no.1 prospect in our 2017 INPrep50, Brownsburg quarterback Hunter Johnson announced his commitment to the Tennessee Volunteers. The Vols were first to offer the 6’3 195 quarterback last summer and he’s made several trips to the Knoxville campus since. Tennessee and Notre Dame were the favorites to land the blue-chip quarterback prior to Sunday’s … Continue reading

INPreps: Week 1 Game of the Week

The 2015 football season has arrived. Opening day will not disappoint with some early big time match-ups. NOTABLE GAMES CATHEDRAL @ LAWRENCE CENTRAL PLAYERS TO WATCH CHS: QB Max Bortenschlager, DE Kendall Coleman, S Ben Stewart LCHS: RB Gerrid Doaks, QB Andre Randolph, S Michael Tutsie WINNER: CATHEDRAL CARMEL @ HAMILTON SOUTHEASTERN PLAYERS TO WATCH … Continue reading

Indiana Preps Preseason Pick Em – Polls/State Champions

2015 INPreps Top25 Team Rankings | All Classes | ( ) indicates previous ranking 1. Ben Davis 2. Carmel 3. Cathedral 4. Avon 5. Center Grove 6. New Palestine 7. Warren Central 8. Fishers 9. Penn 10. Columbus East 11. TriWest Hendricks 12. FW Snider 13. Southport 14. Merrillville 15. Evansville Reitz 16. Hamilton Southeastern … Continue reading

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