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Durrell Ceasar Jr., sr., WR/DB, Steel-High: Heckuva run for these Rollers seniors, who capped a four-year run with a third state title after routing Fort Cherry 42-8 in the PIAA Class 1A championship. Caesar was electric again, catching 13 passes for 147 yards, plus a 32-yard touchdown before halftime.
Alex Erby, sr., QB, Steel-High: No surprise here. Erby led the Rollers to his third state title in four years, already had state career passing yards and touchdowns marks and then set the single-season TD record. He’s one of the best in state history. But just to fill in his stats here for your consideration, Erby went 29 of 39 for 340 yards and five touchdowns (5, 17, 77, 32 and 3 yards), and ran four times for 36 yards and a 37-yard score.
Eugene Green, sr., DE/OL, Steel-High: Gotta throw a defender onto this list after the Rollers held a very good Rangers team to just eight points, and only in the fourth quarter. Green swarmed the ball, snagging 12 tackles, eight unassisted and a tackle for loss. Steel-High held Fort Cherry to just 180 total yards on 55 plays and forced three turnovers.
Nazier Fuller, jr., WR/DB, Steel-High: A first-time nomination for Fuller, who was only targeted three times but was incredibly efficient in the championship game, catching two passes for 94 yards and two touchdowns, including the game’s longest of 77.
Jaeion Perry, sr., WR, Steel-High: Another favorite target of Erby all season, Perry finished with nine catches for 84 yards and the game’s first touchdown, a 5-yarder just 3:37 into the game.