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Michigan Mr. Football Contest 2020!

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Voting for the 2020 Michigan High School Mr. Football contest – sponsored by Hungry Howies – has concluded!

Congratulations to our Final Four below, and Michigan Mr. Football 2020 Winner – Donovan Edwards!!!

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Donovan Edwards - WINNER!!

West Bloomfield | RB - Senior

Ran for more than 1,300 yards and 16 touchdowns as a junior, and caught 33 passes for 419 more yards, helping lead the Lakers to the regional finals for the third straight year. One of the most highly coveted recruits in the state, Edwards has 43 offers headed into the season, but is as of yet uncommitted. Edwards was a finalist for Mr. Football last season. STATS THROUGH DISTRICT FINALS: 81 carries, 621 yards rushing, 17 TDs; 15 catches, 149 yards, 3 TDs; 2 for 2 passing, 27 yards; 5 returns for 87 yards.

Christian Dhue-Reid

Belleville | QB - Senior

Through the first three years of his Tigers career, Dhue-Reid has led Belleville to a 34-3 record — all three losses came in the regional finals or later, the last two in the semifinals — and thrown for 7,195 yards and 95 scores, with 2,706 of those yards and 33 touchdowns — against just three interceptions — coming in his junior season. STATS THROUGH DISTRICT FINALS: 132 for 165 passing, 2,286 yards, 37 TDs, 1 INT; 191 rushing yards, 2 TDs.

Ty Holtz

DeWitt | QB - Junior

Stats through District Finals: 100 for 149 passing, 2,109 yards, 31 TDs, 1 INT; 39 carries, 303 yards, 2 TDs

Brady Rose

Muskegon Mona Shores | QB/WR/DB/KR - Senior

His pinch-hit performance at quarterback in Mona Shores’ run to its first state title wasn’t just a cameo — Rose has picked up right where he left off last year, this time splitting time as the Sailors’ signal-caller, and impacted the game in every phase. As a junior, Rose replaced the injured Caden Broersma at QB at the end of the playoff run, in total providing 1,330 yards of total offense (673 rushing/494 passing/189 receiving/137 returns) and 19 scores, adding 82 tackles and six interceptions from his free safety spot. This season, he’s already accounted for 11 touchdowns, scoring by way of the rush, pass, catch, punt return and interception return. Oh, and he’s blocked a field goal, too. STATS THROUGH DISTRICT FINALS: 112 carries, 939 yards, 17 TDs; 49 for 83 passing, 935 yards, 10 TDs; 2 catches, 81 yards, TD; 54 tackles, 4 ints (2 TDs), 1 blocked field goal, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery; 237 return yards (PR TD), two 2-point conversion runs.