Indiana Preps Player of the Year Awards
(voted by Indiana Preps Team, Coaches, Area Scouts)

Special Teams P/K of the Year
Caleb Krockover
West Lafayette

Krockover converted 9 out of 10 of his field goal attempts, with a long of 45 according to MaxPreps. Making 90-percent of all point-after attempts in 2019, Krockover was near automatic, making 68 out of 72 attempts. Caleb was a key contributor to the 9-3 West Lafayette team.

Defensive Player of the Year
Ty Wise

Wise, an Indiana recruit capped his high school career by capturing the class 6A state championship, with a monster performance, racking up double-digit tackles in the win over Center Grove. Wise wrapped up his senior season with 81-tackles, with 17 of those being tackles for a loss. Coach Tom Allen and the Indiana Hoosiers are getting a big-time playmaker on the defensive side of the ball.

Offensive Player of the Year
Kyle Adams
West Lafayette

If Kyle Adams posted his career numbers without being overshadowed by a certain player who plays running back, Adams would arguably be the front-runner and winner of most of the state’s player of the year awards. Adams’ career stats are eye-popping considering he eclipsed the 1,000 yard passing mark only twice in his career. His final two seasons, Adams nearly reached 4,000 yards passing as a junior and senior. Add a state championship to his resume, Adams had a career that many will remember. Adams’ numbers total 8,554 passing yards, 108 touchdowns and only 24 interceptions in 904 pass attempts.

Indiana Preps Player of the Year
Charlie Spegal
New Palestine

History will show that Charlie Spegal is one of the most prolific football players in Indiana history. The stats are untouchable. His on field dominance, never seen before . His work ethic, unmatched. Spegal ran away from defenders and ran away with every award possible this season. Spegal led his New Palestine football team to back-to-back class 5A state championships, rushing for 3,168 and 55 touchdowns as a senior. Spegal’s career rushing record of 10,867 yards is certain to last for quite some time. Add 175 rushing touchdowns, another career record, Spegal’s name is cemented in Indiana high school football history. Coach Tom Allen offered Spegal an opportunity to earn a scholarship with the Hoosiers. If history repeats itself, expect Spegal to bring his workhorse mentality and talent to the B1G conference.

Indiana Preps Position Awards
Quarterback – Spencer Writght, Western Boone
Offensive Lineman – Randy Holtz, FW Snider
Running Back – Marcus McFadden, Indy Lutheran
Wide Receiver – Harrison Truitt, West Lafayette
Tight End – Mitchel Collier, Columbus North

Defensive Lineman – Kyle King, New Palestine
Linebacker – Jay Higgins, Brebeuf Jesuit
Defensive Back – Maxen Hook, New Palestine

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