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Michigan Mr Football 2015 Contest!

Thanks to the Great Team at Hungry Howies for sponsoring the 2015 Michigan Mr. Football Contest!

Congratulations to all of our contestants in the Mr. Football Contest this year!

And Congratulations to our 2015 Mr. Football Final Four, and WINNER – Donnie Corley of Detroit MLK!!

And finally, while you are totally enjoying the 2016 Sports Season – don’t forget to grab a few friends and a few pies from Hungry Howies – Home of the Original Flavored Crust Pizza!!!

Donnie Corley Jr. - WINNER!!!

Detroit Martin Luther King | WR/DB/PR -

Corley enters his second season at King after transferring over from Wyandotte Roosevelt as the state’s top-rated receiver. But Corley is more than a receiver. Coach Dale Harvel will use Corley on reverses and returning kicks. Last week King (12-0) defeated, for the second time this season, Detroit East English Village Prep, 26-12 in a region final. Corley had two receptions for 55 yards. He also had four tackles and three pass deflections. For the season Corley has 43 receptions for 1,011 yards and 10 TDs. On defense he has nine interceptions (one for a TD), 60 tackles and 13 pass breakups. Uncommitted, Corley lists his top six as the following: Georgia, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Tennessee and West Virginia.

Dez Fitzpatrick

Waterford Mott | WR -

After a fine junior season at Farmington, Fitzpatrick transferred to Mott. Mott coach Chris Fahr likes to have his quarterbacks throw the ball often so Fitzpatrick could have a statistically staggering season. Fitzpatrick is an athletic receiver who has the penchant for making the big play. Mott (6-4) lost to Detroit Catholic Central last week, 42-6, and Fitzpatrick had seven receptions for 92 yards and he also had an interception. He finished with 58 receptions, 1,305 yards and 19 TD receptions. Defensively Fitzpatrick had 50 tackles, 30 of which were unassisted, seven interceptions (two were returned for TDs), 12 pass deflections and one fumble recovery. He committed to Louisville.

Trishton Jackson

West Bloomfield | WR -

One of the top quarterbacks in southeast Michigan last season, Jackson committed to Michigan State in June and indications are that coach Mark Dantonio and his staff want Jackson to move to receiver. Athletic and deceptively fast, Jackson continues to split time at quarterback and receiver. West Bloomfield (9-1) was upset by Novi, 31-28, in the first round of the Division 1 playoffs. For the season Jackson had 437 rushing yards and eight TDs on 93 carries. He was 120-of-174 passing 1,373 yards and 15 TDs. Jackson had 17 receptions for 239 yards and three TDs, and he also returned a punt return for a TD.

Tony Poljan

Lansing Catholic | QB -

A prolific dual-threat quarterback, Poljan committed to Minnesota. Poljan threw for 2,802 yards, ran for over 1,000 as a junior and totaled 56 touchdowns (run/pass). He has been timed at 4.73 seconds in the 40-yard dash. Poljan was 24-of-34 for 269 yards and two touchdowns in the Division 5 final. For the second consecutive week C.C. (11-1) defeated an undefeated team. This time it was Freeland, 25-22 in a region final. Poljan was 8-of-13 for 74 yards but, again, he did his best work running the ball. Poljan had 16 carries for 67 yards and two TDs. On defense Poljan had a career-high 17 tackles including four unassisted.