Gridiron Glory Player Of The Year Semifinalists

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Avery T. Jennings

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Updated Sat, Oct 19, 2013 5:57 pm
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Gridiron Glory revealed its list of 10 Player of the Year semifinalists Friday, Oct. 18.

One of the following 10 players will be the 2013 Gridiron Glory Player of the Year.

Tyler Barton, Southern RB

Barton carries the rock and the load for Southern's offense. The bruiser of a back has 1,000 yards this season for a Southern team that appears destined for the playoffs.

Joe Burrow, Athens QB

Burrow has thrown for over 2,000 yards and 20 touchdowns this season, leading the Bulldogs to an 8-0 start.

Michael Davis, Meigs RB

Davis is an electrifying talent for the Marauders. He has run, received and returned his way to over 1,000 all-purpose yards, putting Meigs in the thick of the TVC-Ohio title race.

Jordan Hayes, Maysville RB

Hayes anchors a deep Panthers run game as the primary ball carrier. With over 700 yards and 8 touchdowns, he is a big part of the Panthers' push for a playoff bid.

Wade Jarrell, Gallia Academy QB

Despite Gallia Academy's struggles this season, Jarrell has been a sure thing on offense. The senior and reigning GG Player of the Year has accounted for nearly 3,000 yards and 40 touchdowns on the season.

Kane Roush, Wahama RB

Roush is a touchdown machine. The Wahama back has scored in the run game, the pass game, the return game and on defense this season. He also became Wahama's all-time leading rusher Friday, Oct. 18 against South Gallia.

Zak Sheridan, Philo QB

Sheridan hurts defenses in a multitude of ways. The signal caller has over 600 passing yards and 15 rushing touchdowns this season. He is also a weapon on defense and special times for the Electrics.

Jake Tracewell, Williamstown QB

The Yellow Jackets' senior signal caller accounts for 75% of Williamstown's offense. A three-year starter, Tracewell has his team in position for a Class A playoff run.

Trimble Defensive Unit

The Tomcats' defense holds the rope and regularly holds teams without any points. Trimble is 8-0 with six shutouts this year.

Trae Williams, Athens RB

Like Burrow, Williams has been a key cog in the TVC-Ohio's top offense. The junior has over 1,000 rushing yards and 20 touchdowns.

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