Michigan commit Drake Johnson among six local players selected for football all star game
Six players from Washtenaw County, including Michigan football commit Drake Johnson, are on the rosters for the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association's 32nd annual East vs. West All-Star Game.
Michigan commit Matthew Godin, a 6-foot-5, 270 lbs. defensive lineman from Detroit Catholic Central, was also selected.
The game will be played Saturday, June 30, at Kelly/Shorts Stadium on the campus of Central Michigan University. Following is a breakdown of the local players selected. (Complete list.)
Truman Hadley (LB, 6-1, 210), Chelsea: Hadley led a Chelsea defense that gave up 17.1 points per game with 52.5 tackles during a 7-2 regular season. Hadley had 16.5 tackles and an interception return for a touchdown in Chelsea's two playoff games. “He’s the best linebacker we’ve ever had,” said Chelsea coach Brad Bush. Honorable mention Division 3-4 All-State.
Drake Johnson (RB, 6-1, 215), Pioneer: Rushed for 2,800 yards and 37 touchdowns on 343 attempts (8.16 yards per carry) and also caught a touchdown pass. Johnson led Pioneer to the regional round of the MHSAA Division 1 playoffs and will play for Michigan next year.
Nyshaun Marks (WR, 6-1, 200), Willow Run: Rushed 80 times for 919 yards and three touchdowns and made 24 catches for 329 yards and three touchdowns. Had 74 tackles on defense. Honorable mention Division 5-6 All-State, first team All-Michigan Metro Athletic Conference
Mike Mioduszewski (QB, 6-4, 216), Dexter: Completed 133 of 274 passes for 1,918 yards, 20 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. Rushed for 1,009 yards and 10 touchdowns on 140 attempts.
Dylan Mulder, (K, 6-0, 190), Saline: Mulder was 34-of-34 on point-after kicks this year and finished his career a perfect 58-of-58. He made 6-of-9 field goal attempts, with a long of 47 yards, and had 39 touchbacks on 42 kickoffs.
Nick Pauze, (FB, 5-10, 190) Father Gabriel Richard: Rushed for 1,001 yards and 11 touchdowns on 137 carries in just eight regular season games as the Fighting Irish went 7-2 (with one forfeit). In Gabriel Richard's two playoff games, Pauze had 16 carries for 64 yards and three touchdowns.