Class of 2021’s Austyn Day, Springfield High School, is the Stewart Williams Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week

This Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week is Austyn Day, a 2021 player at Springfield High School who gets to be the most popular player on this or any team. However, he is one step away from being on the field full-time and the junior has gotten plenty of prep-time in SHS’s scrimmages. Enjoy this look at Springfield’s second string QB and join us next week as we look to recognize another Robertson County worthy player.

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The Stewart Williams Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week is Springfield High School’s D’angelo Petties, Class of 2023

This Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week is D’angelo Petties, a 2023 player at Springfield High School who performs well at both MLG and FB and who also enjoys working with the youth of the county on football fundamentals. Enjoy this article brought to you by the fine folks at your locally owned, hometown Stewart Williams Furniture Company. Don’t forget to stop by again next week as we crown another deserving recipient.

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The Stewart Williams Furniture Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week is White House Heritage’s Jordan Flynn, Class of 2021

This Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week is Jordan Flynn a 2021 player at White House Heritage High School who performs well at both Slot/RB and DB in spite of being what some people would say is undersized. Sometimes the most important players on any team are the ones who don’t look exactly as you would expect them to look. That certainly sums up Jordan well. Enjoy this article brought to you by the fine folks at your locally owned, hometown Stewart Williams Furniture Company. Don’t forget to stop by again next week as we crown another deserving recipient.

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East Robertsons’ Drake Alsup, C/O 2020, is this weeks Stewart Williams Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week

This Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week is Drake Alsup a player we have before featured but not at the QB position. He is a big-time prospect at WR already sporting offers having to play QB this year to help the team as regular starter, Cameron Swift has been lost for the season. Sometimes the most important players on any team are the ones sufficiently versatile to play more than one place. That certainly sums up Drake well. Enjoy this article brought to you by the fine folks at your locally owned, hometown Stewart Williams Furniture Company. Don’t forget to stop by again next week as we crown another deserving recipient.

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Tristan Petit, Class of 2021, is the Stewart Williams Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week

This Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week is Tristan Petit, who may be one of the finest guard prospects on any roster in Tennessee Class 4A. He certainly plays at one of the classification’s highest regarded programs. Tristan is a kid who really needs to show he can play football with enough motor to continue to drive his feet and pound the ground through the referee’s whistle. Once he does that, his stock will shoot through the roof because his is a frame you don’t see everyday. Enjoy this article brought to you by the fine folks at your locally owned, hometown Stewart Williams Furniture Company. Don’t forget to stop by again next week as we crown another deserving recipient.

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Jo Byrns High School’s Bobby Ogg is the Stewart Williams Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week

This Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week is Bobby Ogg, who may be one of the finest all-around athletes at Jo Byrns between baseball, basketball, and football. Ogg, who is primarily a PK but can play OLB will be entering his senior year in the Fall of 2019 and figures to give Red Devil fans something to cheer. You know a sure three inside the Red Zone, avoiding an empty trip, will win a HS team quite a few games. We don’t feature the specialists enough in my opinion. Games are either won or lost on special teams. Enjoy this article brought to you by the fine folks at your locally owned, hometown Stewart Williams Furniture Company. Don’t forget to stop by again next week as we crown another deserving recipient.

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East Robertson’s Jalen Bravo, Class of 2021, is the Stewart Williams Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week

This Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week is Jalen Bravo. Bravo attends East Robertson High School in Cross Plains, Tennessee. He will be entering his junior year in the Fall of 2019 and figures to give Indian fans much more opportunity to exclaim “Bravo!” after his every tackle or exceedingly fine block. Enjoy this article brought to you by the fine folks at your locally owned, hometown Stewart Williams Furniture Company. Don’t forget to stop by again next week as we crown another deserving recipient.

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The Stewart Williams Furniture Company’s Robertson County Coach of the Week is Glen Campbell

In keeping with our Future Stars theme, we decided to feature a member of the Tennessee Future Stars staff. Coach Glen Campbell is considered a QB guru and his charges will be on full display this weekend at Fortera Stadium battling Kentucky. Coach Campbell is fresh off a battle of his own with bone-marrow cancer which he appears to have licked. Yeah, that’s the Glen Campbell we know. Congratulations to Glen for being this week’s Stewart Williams Furniture Company’s Robertson County Coach of the Week. Join us next week as we reward another worthy recipient brought to you by your locally owned, hometown Stewart Williams Company.

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Greenbrier’s Noah Batey is this Week’s Stewart Williams Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week

Before we left Greenbrier for another one of the Robertson County Schools (we’ll be back, don’t worry), we thought we would feature the big left tackle for the Bobcats. You call him “Big No. 75” and we call him Noah Batey. Batey is a next-level player whose deficiencies are fixable. What he does have in spades is a motor, large frame with plenty of length, and athleticism. He plays with his hips sunk, lowering his pad level to where an OL coach would want it. Congratulations to this week’s Stewart Williams Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week and join us next week as we crown a new recipient.

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