Mr. Football Award (Ohio)

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The Mr. Football Award has been given out annually since 1987 to the player voted by the Associated Press to be the best high school football player in the state of Ohio.[1] Currently, there are two players who have won the award twice, Erick Howard and Robert Smith, two schools have had two different award winners, Kenton High School and Euclid High School, (Euclid High School has three total awards), and Kenton High School has the only brother pair to win, Maty and Ben Mauk.

Award winners by year[edit]

Year Player Position High school College
1987 Buster Howe RB-DB-K-P Zanesville Ohio State
1988 Robert Smith RB Euclid Ohio State
1989 Robert Smith RB Euclid Ohio State
1990 Bobby Hoying QB St. Henry Ohio State
1991 Derek Kidwell QB-DE Fostoria Bowling Green
1992 Marc Edwards RB-LB Norwood Notre Dame
1993 Curtis Enis RB-LB Mississinawa Valley Penn State
1994 Charles Woodson DB-RB Fremont Ross Michigan
1995 Andy Katzenmoyer LB Westerville South Ohio State
1996 Derek Combs RB-DB-KR Grove City Ohio State
1997 Tony Fisher RB Euclid Notre Dame
1998 Ryan Brewer RB Troy South Carolina
1999 Bam Childress DB-WR-KR St. Peter Chanel Ohio State
2000 Jeff Backes RB-DB Upper Arlington Northwestern
2001 Maurice Clarett RB Warren G. Harding Ohio State
2002 Ben Mauk QB Kenton Wake Forest Cincinnati
2003 Ray Williams RB Cleveland Benedictine West Virginia
2004 Tyrell Sutton RB Archbishop Hoban Northwestern
2005 Delone Carter[2] RB Copley Syracuse
2006 Brandon Saine RB Piqua Ohio State
2007 Bart Tanski QB Mentor Bowling Green
2008 Erick Howard[3] RB North Canton Hoover Akron
2009 Erick Howard[4] RB North Canton Hoover Akron
2010 Akise Teague[5] RB-DB-KR Youngstown Ursuline Cincinnati
2011 Maty Mauk[6] QB Kenton Missouri
2012 Mitch Trubisky QB Mentor North Carolina
2013 Dante Booker Jr. LB St. Vincent - St. Mary Ohio State

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