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Event MVP


Nate Wells
#8 WR, CB
Redlands East Valley Football

Performance

The quiet killer! When teams attempted to go after Nate today he made them pay. Which lead to a relatively quiet day for him. That means the opposing teams fear him. He is becoming the leader that this team needs everyday!

CO-MVP
Izaiah Holley
Learning how to manage the game as a freshman. Holley had highs and lows today. However, he was able to answer adversity and performed well in many situations, complete I have big throw after big throw to numerous receivers throughout the day.
#1 QB
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Kadin Khalloufi
A quiet assassin today, accentuated his worth to this team today in our final game. He made a position change 5 days ago and played as well as can be expected all day. A natural leader for the Wildcats can was around the ball all day.
#40 LB
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Chris Hugunin
Chris is fast becoming the Alpha of this team. As one of the leaders on this defense, Chris has made the move from OLB to FS. Each week he continues to get better and better at his new position. He was all over the field today and shined as a communicator.
Brayden Smith
Brayden answered the call today. Filling in at X today to bring balance to the offense. Brayden was a vertical threat as well as a reliable target underneath the coverage. Big play after big play, he proved once again to be a reliable weapon for the offense.
WR, SS
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Eric Moreno
Eric continues to improve and had the ability to make big plays every time he takes the field. A dangerous weapon all day today, he continued to elevate his game and make plays underneath and behind coverages all day.
Jayson Lopez
There is no way to put into words how much this young man meant to our defense and our team today. He was lightning in a bottle today and everyone of us in attendance felt it! Play after play, after play Jayson put the football world on notice today. He is here, and he ain’t going anywhere!
Andrew Akinpelu
When the offense needed to take the top off of the defense today, we dialed up Andrew’s name. Only a freshman, he plays as if he is a grown man. He hasn’t even scratched the surface of how good he can be. This young man has big game potential written all over him.
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