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Top 5 prep performances for week 7

Published: Wednesday, Oct. 5 2011 10:08 a.m. MDT

#4 - Martavius Redmond, 6-3, 190, WR, West Jordan High Next » 2 of 5 « Prev
Scott G. Winterton, Deseret News archives
Three of Redmond's nine receptions went for touchdowns in their heart-breaking loss to the Colts. He accounted for 158 yards overall and certainly looks to be one of the top wide receivers in the state this year.
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Cougar LaMar
Delta, UT

I was disappointed that Colin Christensen did not make this list. Against a very good Spanish Fork team, Colin had 12 rushes for 99 yards, and two TDs, thres 4-5 passes for an additional 2 TDs, and had two interceptions. Very few of these players are asked to play both ways like Colin.

The Closer
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

COOPER BATEMAN!!! What a crunch time throw. All of the pressure with nine seconds to go for the homecoming victory.

Boys of Fall
Fillmore, UT

Good game Colin and great win Delta.

They could have probably had 2 Millard County boys on the list. On the other side of the county Jesse Rhodes had 6 carries for 143 yards and 3 TD's (and he only played half the game offensively). Plus he had 2 interceptions, 1 he ran back 70 yards for a TD.

2-12whs
Salt Lake City, UT

Taurus Dickerson should be on this!

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