Located about 25 miles Northwest of downtown Indianapolis, is Lebanon high school. In football, Lebanon is a class 4A school with a student population less than a 1,020. Though they may be small in school stature, there’s big talent on the Tiger football team. Two of the state’s top lineman in the 2022 class are Drew Terrill and Max Williams. It’d be easy to spot the “Twin Towers” in the hallways of Lebanon high. Terrill stands at 6’6 weighing 255-pounds, and teammate Williams also 6’6 weighing at 305-pounds. These massive humans anchor the offensive and defensive line for the Tigers. The pair have significant varsity football experience and have earned post-season all state accolades to show for their performance on the field.

College coaches have also taking noticed of the two football giants. Terrill has collected offers from Tulane, Western Kentucky, Tennessee-Martin, and from several FCS programs. A recent trip to Chapel Hill to visit the Tar Heels is an indication, Terrill’s recruitment is on the verge of taking off. Likewise, Williams has added few scholarship offers to his resume. Lehigh, William & Mary and Indiana State have extended offers. IVY League schools have offered and Williams has been busy on the road visiting several MAC programs.

This Friday, the Tigers (6-3) will host Beech Grove (3-6) in the opening round of Sectional 22. Look for Terrill and Williams to be dominant up front in this contest.