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2022 Michigan High School Mr. Football Contest!

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Voting for the 2022 Michigan High School Mr. Football contest - sponsored by Hungry Howies – has ended!

Congratulations to all our contestants this year and to our Final Four below! And Congratulations to the 2022 Michigan High School Mr. Football Award Winner - Warren De La Salle senior quarterback Brady Drogosh!!

Drogosh is the thirteenth recipient of the award, which was first handed out back in 2010. Drogosh beat out other finalists, Detroit King senior quarterback Dante Moore (Oregon), Caledonia senior quarterback Mason McKenzie and Dexter senior tailback Cole Cabana (Michigan), for the honor. Last month, the dynamic 6-foot-5 dual-threat, who is committed to Cincinnati, led his Pilots team to a second straight Division 2 state championship.

In the state finals, a 52-13 defeat of Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central, Drogosh threw for 250 yards and 2 touchdowns and rushed for 152 yards and 3 touchdowns to cap a magnificent career under center heading the Pilots offense and becoming an all-time MHSAA and CHSL great in the process.

Moore, one of the highest-recruited players in the nation's Class of 2023, won Mr. Football last year. Like Drogosh, Moore took his King Crusaders club to a repeat state title at Ford Field in November (King topped Muskegon 56-27 in the Division 3 state finals).

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Cole Cabana

Dexter | Position: RB

Senior | Height: 6-foot-0 | Weight: 185 pounds

Commitment: Michigan

Committed to Michigan, Cabana is the definition of dynamic and the most versatile running back in the state. He's being touted as the greatest ball carrier to ever come out of Washtenaw County. Last year, Cabana averaged 210 total yards from scrimmage per game and scored 28 touchdowns (24 on the ground). Scouts compare him to NFL star Christian McCaffrey. STATS: '22 totals: '22 totals: 1,443 yards and 26 TDs rushing, 456 yards receiving and 6 TDs, 3 ST TDs
Cole Cabana
53,124

Brady Drogosh

Warren De La Salle | Position: QB

Senior | Height: 6-foot-5 | Weight: 210 pounds

Commitment: Cincinnati

Committed to Cincinnati, Drogosh does it all under center and makes it look easy, oozing confidence and command from the pocket. Last season, he led his Pilots squad to a state title in Division 2 and racked up 1, 475 yards passing and 1,780 yards rushing to go along with 40 combined scores (25 rushing, 15 throwing). STATS:'22 Totals: '22 Totals: 2,311 yards and 35 TDs passing, 1.175 yards, 18 TDs rushing
Brady Drogosh - 2022 Mr. Football Winner!!
914

Dante Moore

Detroit MLK | Position: QB

Senior | Height: 6-foot-3 | 205 lbs

Commitment: Oregon

Committed to Oregon, Moore is a 5-star prospect and the No. 1 quarterback prospect in the country. He accumulated 40 scholarship offers before choosing the Ducks. A four-year starter, Moore won a Division 3 state championship last season, throwing for 3,100 yards and a whopping 40 touchdowns and will leave the Motor City for the Pacific Northwest next summer as the most decorated field general in PSL history. STATS: '22 Totals: '22 Totals: 2,305 yards and 28 TDs passing, 11 TDs rushing
Dante Moore
149

Mason McKenzie

Caledonia | Position: QB

Senior | Height: 6-foot-0 | Weight: 175 pounds

Commitment: Uncommitted

Mason McKenzie (Caledonia 6-0, 175 Sr. QB) -- This feisty field general is a dual-threat terror coming off a great offseason in which he snagged offers from Ferris State, Grand Valley State, Saginaw Valley State, Northwood and Illinois State. McKenzie has a strong arm, quick feet and a gutty disposition in and out of the pocket. Last season as a junior, he compiled 2,110 yards and 28 touchdowns. STATS:'22 Totals: '22 Totals: 1,918 yards and 24 TDs passing, 1,485 yards and 18 TDs rushing
Mason McKenzie
4,302