Offensive Leader Board – Week Six

The leaderboard in the Midlands still has familiar names at the top, but new faces have emerged behind them. Camden junior running back Willis Lane is still the top guy in rushing, with 859 yards. But Heathwood Hall running back Ronnie Porter and quarterback Alex Smith are right behind him with 669 and 635 yards respectively. Lewis is the leading rusher among quarterbacks in the Midlands.

Here are the rushing leaders by classification

5A Ahmad Bynum-Scott Lexington 570
4A Matt Pack AC Flora 588
3A Willis Lane Camden 859
2A KZ Adams Gray Collegiate 605


The leading passers in the Midlands are still led by Gray Collegiate’s Hunter Helms with 1,993 yds. Gilbert’s Jy Tolen is not far behind with 1,615 yds.

Here are the Leaders by Classification

5A Ty Olenchuk Dutch Fork 1,195
4A Andre Washington Ridge View 696
3A Jy Tolen Gilbert 1,615
2A Hunter Helms Gray Collegiate 1,993



The receiving leader in the Midlands is OD Dollison from Gray Collegiate, with 862 yards, followed by Desmond Martin with 599 yards.

Leading receivers by classification

5A Jalin Hyatt Dutch Fork 437
4A Cincere Scott Ridge View 696
3A Jy Tolen Gilbert 1,615
2A Hunter Helms Gray Collegiate 1,993

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  1. Joseph Franklin Davis

    When are you going to start giving Jy Tolen more respect and acknowledge he is one of the best qb’s in the state. You have doubted Gilbert in almost every game this year.

    • Mr. Davis, not sure where you are getting your perception of how I feel about Tolen or Gilbert. I’ve picked them to win every game they’ve played this year except the Lexington game. So I don’t think that constitutes as doubt. And Jy was on the cover of our issue two weeks ago and was our MIdlands Offensive Player of the Week. Is that not respect? Now, as far as QB rankings go, I’ll be happy to discuss that with you anytime you’d like.

  2. Aundreas Bynem-Scott

    Ahmaad Bynem-Scott my little brother deserves more recognition no he don’t score as many touchdowns but he puts Lexington in positions where they can score the ball fairly easy and he runs the ball hard every single time his number is called I feel like he’s shrine Bowl material.

    • I’m not sure how much more recognition you want; he’s in our Friday Night Feats each week, he’s been on the cover of our weekly publication once this season AND he was just named in the Top Five position rankings in the Midlands at running back. So, what kind of recognition are you talking about that isn’t covered with those things?

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