Vote for Football-Offensive Player of the Year

Eds. note: Player of the Year is chosen by Herald staff members based on first-hand observations and voting by area coaches and fans. Voting ends Wednesday at noon.

Jacob Eason, QB, So., Lake Stevens WATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: 209-for-350, 2,941 yards, 23 TD; School record 36-for-48 for 504 and 6 TD in game

Austin Joyner, RB, Jr., Marysville Pilchuck WATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: 100 carries, 1,511 yards, 15.1 ypc, 21 TD; 7 rec., 140 rec. yards, 1 TD

Junior Opoku-Mensah, Sr., Edmonds-Woodway WATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: 243 carries, 1,558 yards, 22 TD; 15 rec., 130 rec. yards, 1 TD

Chance Ragsdale, Sr., Mountlake Terrace WATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: 238 carries, 1,616 yards, 17 TD

Josh Smith, QB, Sr., Cascade WATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: 114-for-198, 1,991 yards, 19 TD, 101 carries, 764 yards, 15 TD

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