|Peterson, Wolowacki (photos by HockomockSports.Com)|
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Connor Peterson – Franklin – Junior
|Connor Peterson – Franklin – Junior|
Franklin junior Connor Peterson developed into a true threat for the Panthers this season. Under first-year head coach Eian Bain, Peterson was a vital part of Franklin’s passing game. Peterson became a go-to option, hauling in a team-high 35 passes for 559 yards (16.0 yards per catch). The junior was especially dangerous around the end zone, pulling down a team-best seven touchdowns. “Connor has a natural way that he catches the football, he utilizes his rare blend size and speed to catch almost anything thrown in his direction,” Bain said.
|Jacob Wolowacki – Franklin – Senior|
Jacob Wolowacki – Franklin – Senior
Franklin senior Jacob Wolowacki followed up a strong junior season with an impressive final year for the Panthers. Wolowacki was a two-way threat on offense, taking handoffs as well as catching passes out of the backfield. He rushed for 976 yards on 228 attempts and found the end zone 10 times on the ground. The senior also caught 21 passes for 262 yards and three touchdowns. “Jacob became a focal point of our offense with his quickness, vision, and excellent ability to catch the ball out of the backfield,” Franklin coach Eian Bain said.
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