Eastlake ATH Drew Lewis - Lewis got the ball early and often in the first half and helped stake the Wolves to a 34-0 lead as the teams headed to the locker room. Lewis didn't play much, if at all, in the second half but before he took the rest of the night off he totaled four receptions for over 100 yards -- including one catch-and-run for a 69-yard touchdown -- and carried the ball 10 times for over 60 yards. He also totaled six tackles, including one tackle-for-loss, and a forced fumble. Lewis was the best athlete on the field and he was really impressive in his multi-position role. He showed good speed and he played with a chip on his shoulder on defense.
Eastlake ATH Troy Lewis - Drew's twin brother doesn't get a lot of the accolades, but he too is a real threat for Eastlake's opponents. His game is almost as dynamic as his brother's. He's very athletic and he loves to mix it up on defense. He took over for Drew in the second half and had about the same amount of success including an almost mirror to Drew's 69-yard touchdown except his was for 80 yards, but it was called back due to a penalty.
Lakes DE/TE Benning Potoae (2015) - Typically, Potoae is the most impressive looking prospect when you watch the teams come out of the locker room. He's a legit 6'3" and he's listed at 250 pounds, but he looks bigger than that. He spent most of the night trying to run down plays on the opposite side of the field. On the first series, Eastlake didn't shy away from running to his side, but after a sack and then another tackle-for-loss for Potoae, they rarely ran toward his side. The Lakes coaches move Potoae around a lot, but Eastlake, who ran their own version of a hurry-up offense, typically just switched the play to the other side. Potoae looks like he could grow himself into an inside player at the next level. He's very strong and he's an explosive athlete, but he's really raw as a player and didn't show a lot of moves (not that he needed much since he was usually able to bull-rush his way into the backfield).
**Husky head coach Steve Sarkisian and linebackers coach Peter Sirmon were both in the house to watch the game
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