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Ann Arbor-area football Player of the Week fan poll showed the week 4 top performers, with an Ann arbor-based football player ofthe Week winner winner

Ann Arbor-area football Player of the Week fan poll showed the week 4 top performers, with an Ann arbor-based football player ofthe Week winner winner

ANN ARBOR In Week 4 of Ann Arbor-area high school football players were able to enjoy another great week.

MLive has selected 12 players for readers to choose between for the Ann Arbor-area football Player of the Week, thanks to their performances on the field last Friday.

On Friday, readers will be allowed to vote for unlimited amounts until 9 a.m., and the results will appear shortly after.

Check out the candidates for this weeks post and vote at the bottom of the story.

NOTE: The results of the poll have no influence on any of MLives postseason honors, and they are strictly for bragging rights and to express fan appreciation.

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Ismail Abdul-Aziz, Ann Arbor Skyline, I'm Abdul Abdul Azizi, Sky Line's Ann. Arbor, ISmail

Junior Junior

For the second time in a row, Abdul-Aziz rushed for tampering for fiveyard touchdowns to help the Eagles defeat Pioneer.

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Cole Cabana, Dexter, Cole Caan, Delxters, and DeXter

Junior Junior

Cabana rushed for 168 yards and two scores on a season-high 35 carries while also hauling in three passes for 33 yards to assist Dexter's top Ypsilanti Lincoln.

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CJ Carr, Saline Cj Carr and Salines CJC Carr

Sophomore is the sixth birthday celebration in the United States.

Carr completed 21-of-31 passes for 298 yards and three touchdowns in Salines victory over Monroe.

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Jorden Collier, Ypsilanti Lincoln, Jpson Coll, Colly Collor, Lincoln and Lincoln.

Senior Citizens are typically enrolled in the middle of the year.

Collier scored five passes for 107 yards and a touchdown while also rushing for 28 yards as well as another score against Dexter.

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Nathan Francis, Whitmore Lake, Nathan James, and Whitston Lake

Junior

Francis rushed for 123 yards and two touchdowns on 14 rushing attempts for the Trojans in their matchup with Lutheran Westland in the match.

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Braeden Fuson, Dexter, and DeXter are the names of Braiden and Fusons.

Seniors are often overlooked as a result of their ability to learn from their peers.

Fuson made 13 receptions for 166 yards and two TDs and ran for 10 yards to help Dexter defeat Ypsilanti Lincoln.

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James Kendzicky, Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard, James Kenneth Kennznicky and Ann.

Sophomore is the first to have a year of marriage.

Kendzicky recorded four tackles, including a tackle for loss to help FGR beat Riverview Gabriel Richard on 12-of-20 passes for 149 yards and 0 touchdowns.

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Cole McElvany, Milan, and Milan

Seniors are more likely to be involved in developing career

McElvany scored on a 41-yard rush for the Big Reds in Fridays clash with SMCC, throwing for threw for an 19-year touchdown pass.

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Gavin Mesman, Saline Salines, Gain Mesmen, Mesmann, Meline, Senman

Seniors have been in high school for the past few years.

Mesman had another outstanding performance from the tight end spot as he made five passes for 56 yards (11.2 yards per catch), including a 7-yard touchdown catch in Salines victory over Monroe.

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Ashton Jenson, Ypsilanti, Ashsibald, and Xpiwa are the names of Ashthon and Jensons.

Senior Seniors are at the top of the spectrum.

Jenson ran for 177 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries in Ypsilantis game against Jackson, which included a run of 176 yards & two catches.

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Jamari Thomas, Ann Arbor Huron, and Announce Hur on Jamar Thomas.

Junior

Thomas had nine catches for 44 yards and a touchdown on offense, and recorded three tackles, an interception, as well as opportunity on defense in Hurons win over Temperance Bedford.

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Jamel Thomas, Ann Arbor Pioneer, Jade Thomas.

Seniors are typically enrolled in the college degree program.

In their matchup against Ann Arbor Skyline, Thomas recorded an 80-yard rushing touchdown for the Pioneers.

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