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Every Sunday, OKPreps will take a look at the best performances from the previous week. We’ll narrow it down to five candidates and open it up so you can vote for the “Fan’s Favorite” Player Of The Week. You can vote as many times as you want for your pick and the voting will end at Noon on Wednesday. The staff selection for the Player Of The Week will be made Wednesday and both winners will have a feature on Wednesday afternoon. Here’s a look at this week’s candidates.
AUSTIN FISHER – QUARTERBACK – NOBLE
Noble won a top ten showdown against El Reno in one of the best games from week five. Noble beat the Indians 72-62 and quarterback Austin Fisher put up some monster numbers in the shootout victory. Fisher threw for more than 200 yards and three touchdowns. He also ran for over 200 yards and three touchdowns.
ETHAN MULLINS – ATHLETE – WAYNE
In one of the bigger upsets from week five, Wayne knocked off Mounds to get their first win of the season. They won a shootout by the final score of 69-49. Wayne’s Ethan Mullins could not be stopped as they beat the eighth ranked Golden Eagles. Mullins had 45 carries for 523 yards and eight touchdowns in the win.
PHILLIP SMITHERMAN – ATHLETE – HERITAGE HALL
It was week five’s top match-up coming into the week as #1 Heritage Hall hosted #4 John Marshall in a 3A showdown. The Chargers dominated the Bears from start to finish. The Heritage Hall senior ran for a pair of touchdowns and also had a touchdown reception. He also had 11 tackles on defense.
SEVION MORRISON – RUNNING BACK – EDISON
Edison senior running back Sevion Morrison showed why he’s one of the best in Oklahoma. As the Eagles beat Bishop Kelley in a big district showdown, Morrison was once again the star for the Eagles. He ran for 225 yards and four touchdowns on 25 carries, as the Eagles improved to 4-1.
TE’ZOHN TAFT – RUNNING BACK – SAPULPA
Sapulpa standout Te’Zohn Taft has been waiting for an opportunity to break out this year. After being slowed up by an injury early on, Taft finally had his breakout performance in the win over Bartlesville. He finished with over 200 yards on 14 carries, nearly 150 yards on 4 catches and six total touchdowns in the win.