Predicting the 2017 Mid-Penn Conference football MVPs
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The 2017 high school football season begins next month.
But which Mid-Penn Conference players will take home the major accolades when the fall is complete?
The coaches from each of the four Mid-Penn divisions select an offensive and defensive MVP. Here’s a look at the 2016 offensive and defensive MVP selections for each of the four divisions.
Keonte Lucas, Milton Hershey, QB (Capital)
Cody Gustafson, Shippensburg, WR (Colonial)
Josiah Quigley, Cumberland Valley, FB (Commonwealth)
Grant Breneman, Cedar Cliff, QB (Keystone)
Hunter Landis, Middletown, LB (Capital)
Cameron Tinner, Shippensburg, LB (Colonial)
Damion Barber, Harrisburg, DL (Commonwealth)
Francis Duggan, Cedar Cliff, LB (Keystone)
Seven of those eight MVPs were seniors and Duggan, then a junior, has transferred to Iowa City West High School for his senior year.
So, who will claim those awards in 2017?
For the purpose of this discussion we’re inviting readers to make their choices for one overall MVP for each of the Mid-Penn divisions. Read on for a look at ten nominees from each division beginning with the Capital division.
The polls appear at the bottom of this post and will close at noon on Thursday.