Special Teams P/K of the Year
Harrison hit 3 field goals to help beat number one Snider, following that up with 3 more field goals to win the class 5A state championship. Headed to Western Michigan to play soccer. He was 17 of 24 on the season for field goals.
Defensive Player of the Year
The Indiana Hoosier commit was dominant at the line of scrimmage and spent a majority of his time in opposing backfields. He led the way with 16 tackles for loss and racked up 80 tackles including 6.5 sacks.
Offensive Player of the Year
Morrison led his Concordia team to a 3A state championship win, while amassing nearly 5,000 total yards on the season. He was very efficient with the football, while putting up huge numbers. He finished his championship run with 52 passing touchdowns and only 4 interceptions according to MaxPreps
Indiana Preps Player of the Year
Russ Yeast, an All American was Mr. Do Everything for the Class 6A state runnerup Center Grove Trojans. Yeast was a threat as a returner and on offense. He rushed for 1,525 yards and 19 touchdowns and caught 32 passes for 602 yards and eight TDs. When the Trojans needed to lockdown opposing wide receivers, Yeast number was called to line up against the best.