Senior Trace Grundahl (16) and junoir Deven Magli (23) form one of the top secondary duos in the state
Wisconsin Sports Network will be recognizing spring football players in this unique season with WSN Spring Football Awards. Similar to our normal WSN Senior Football Awards, the spring awards will recognize the outstanding players around the state. However, these awards are open to players from all grades, not just seniors.
Over the course of the season we will provide watch lists, semi-finalists, finalists, and winners for the following categories: Offensive Skill player, Offensive Lineman, Defensive Player. The preseason watch lists will be trimmed down to 15 semi-finalists after Week 4, with five finalists for each award chosen prior to Week 7. The winners will be announced following the completion of the spring season.
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