VOTE: Clarksville's top returning playmaker for 2018 football season (Poll Closed)
Fred Orr, Northeast: This Rossview transfer is now playing at Northeast and he comes to the Eagles after leading the city in rushing last year with 1,420 yards and 21 TDs
Donte Mayberry, Kenwood: Mayberry was a workhorse for the Knights last season after rushing for 1,369 yards and 13 TDs in 2017.
Josh Watch, Clarksville High: Watch was a do-it-all player for the Wildcats last year. He had 10 punt/kick returns for 403 Yards and 2 TDs, 24 catches for 278 yards 5 TDs and 84 carries 508 yards and 3 TDs rushing last year.
Heath Williams, Northeast: Last year's All Area Player of the Year, Williams finished 149-of-236 for 2,372 yards passing with a 63.1 completion percentage and 29 TDs
Tyrique Freeman, Northeast: Freeman was finished with the third best rushing performance in the city last year with 170 attempts for 1,098 yards and 10 TDs.
Bryce Robinson, Clarksville Academy: Robinson led the Cougars going 71-of-173 for 1,181 yards passing and 11 TDs while rushing 140 times for 877 yards and another 11 TDs.
Chris Parson, West Creek One of the best athletes in the city, Parson led West Creek with 509 rushing yards and 2 TDs. He caught 12 passes for 99 yards and added 27 tackles and 3 INTs at cornerback.
Chris Taylor, Northeast: Taylor was on the receiving end of Northeast's aerial attack with Taylor 27 receptions for 580 yards and 5 TDs in 2017..
Caleb McQueen, Kenwood: McQueen led Kenwood with led the Knights with 17 receptions for 348 yards and 4 TDs last season.
Devon Dillehay, Northeast: Last year's All Area Defensive Player of the Year, Dillehay had 144 total tackles (96 solo) with 44 tackles for a loss, 8 sacks and two forced fumbles.
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