FOX Sports Ohio Game of the Week Preview

Thursday's FOX Sports Ohio Game of the Week should be a great one as Clayton (Ohio) Northmont travels to Huber Heights (Ohio) Wayne with a Greater Western Ohio Conference Central division championship on the line.

A lot is riding on Thursday nights FOX Sports Ohio Game of the Week as Clayton (Ohio) Northmont head coach Lance Schneider takes his 8-1 Thunderbolts squad to Huber Heights to battle Jay Minton's 8-1 Wayne Warriors.

A Greater Western Ohio Conference Central Division title is on the line as well as seeding in the playoffs as these two teams take to the field in what could be a high scoring affair.



Matchup Preview | OCT 31, 2013
Clayton Northmont
(8-1 / 4-0 GWOC)
  Huber Heights Wayne
(8-1 / 4-0 GWOC)
Offensive Stats Comparison
383 Total Yards 439
238 Passing Yards 250
145 Rushing Yards 189
38 Points Per Game 41
Defensive Stats Comparison
275 Total Yards Allowed 298
73 Passing Yards Allowed 163
203 Rushing Yards Allowed 136
19 Points Allowed 24
Prospects to Watch


QB D'Mitrik Trice (6'0, 170): The junior signal caller is having a great first year as a starting quarterback.  A two-sport standout, Trice is a serious prospect having posted 2,247 yards passing with 26 touchdowns and only three interceptions.  While capable of running the ball, Trice looks more to extend plays and use his skill players to make big plays.

WR Tristan Davis (5'11, 170): The senior receiver is going under the radar but has the ability to score when the ball is put in his hands.  On the season he's pulled down 65 balls for 936 yards and 13 scores.  

LB Dorian Hendrix (6'1, 230): The Kentucky pledge is having a solid senior year with 56 total tackles.  The team leader on defense, Hendrix is capable of making plays behind the line of scrimmage and is a sure tackler.

S Tyree Kinnel (6'0, 190): Only a junior, Kinnel has already given his pledge to Michigan.  With 49 tackles and one interception, Kinnel is a solid tackler able to support the run of go one-on-one in coverage.  A three-year starter for the Warriors.

CB Tobias Gilliam (6'0, 175): The sophomore is starting to show signs of being the next big prospect to come out of the Wayne program.  So far this season, Gilliam has posted 19 tackles with two interceptions.


QB Graham Oberer (6’4, 200): The senior and first year starter is having a big season with 2,088 yards passing and 26 touchdowns while also rushing for 366 yards and another four scores.

WR Cameron Taylor (6’2, 159): The senior is going under the radar but is having another solid season with 801 yards receiving and 11 touchdowns. 

DE Terry Ramsey (6’5, 234): The Louisville pledge is still learning the game but having his best season to date with 44 total tackles (3.5 sacks).

CB Josh Blanton (6’1, 170): His numbers are down from last season but that is more from teams staying away from the senior who is getting serious interest from several Mid-American Conference programs. 

LB Jimi Saul (6’0, 195): The sophomore leads the T-Bolts with 70 total tackles and has posted three sacks on the season. 

LB Dante Bland (6’1, 270): The Jefferson Township transfer is having a big season with 69 total tackles.  While playing linebacker, Bland is a player who will have to put his hand down at the next level.

DL Kenny Coleman (6’1, 245): Played Another first year player who is making an impact with 46 tackles on the season. Hearing from several Mid-American Conference programs and Youngstown State.

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