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Vote: Who has been the best freshman football player in Delaware so far in 2023?

We’ve picked out nine freshmen football players in Delaware that have stood out this season.
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We are just past the mid-point part of the 2023 high school football season here in Delaware and there’s no shortage of underclassmen performing at a high level. It’s no surprise that freshmen are showing out in the Blue Hen State as that’s been the case in the past many times over. This list of underclassmen features some of the top freshmen football players we’ve seen or have been on the rise in Delaware. Take a look at our list and vote for who you feel has been the top performing freshman high school football player in Delaware. 

Voting closes on October 31st, 11:59pm

Here are the nominations. 

Drew Marks, QB, Smyrna: Marks leads the way for all freshmen quarterbacks in Delaware as the signal caller has completed 54-of-82 passes for 830 yards and nine touchdowns to just three interceptions. 

Josiah Everett, QB, William Penn: Everett has been perfect when it comes down to touchdowns versus interceptions. The freshman has thrown for 629 yards, nine touchdowns and zero interceptions. 

Cole Andrews, QB, St. Elizabeth: The St. Elizabeth quarterback has had a strong fall campaign so far as Andrews has completed 48-of-109 passes for 788 yards, eight touchdowns and five interceptions. 

Jameson Tingle, QB/DB, Cape Henlopen: Tingle has seen time in the secondary and under center for the Vikings. The quarterback/defensive back has completed 39-of-70 passes for 429 yards and three touchdowns. Also has made four tackles on defense. 

Zyauyre Handy, RB, Seaford: The Bluejays running back has been averaging nearly 100 yards through his four games played. Handy has rushed for 354 yards on 45 carries. 

Mekhi Corbin, RB/LB, Red Lion Christian Academy: Corbin has seen time on both sides of the ball for the Lions. The freshman has rushed for 289 yards and has tallied 49 tackles, two for a loss on defense. 

William Teel, LB, Delcastle Technical: The linebacker has had an exceptional season in the front seven for the Cougars. Teel has compiled 23 tackles and one for a loss. 

Kameryn Swinney, DE, Glasgow: Swinney comes off the edge and has created havoc for the Dragons, totaling 19 tackles, three going for a loss and a sack. 

Laytonvon Brandt‬, OL/DL, Appoquinimink: The 6-foot-6, 240-pound lineman has been a force on both sides of the ball for Appoquinimink. Already has started to receive some attention from Power 5 schools, according to his coaches. 

-- Andy Villamarzo | | @sblivefl