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Source: Meet the 2018 All-Livingston County football offense

 

REECE POTTER

► School: Hartland

► Position: Running back

► Grade: Senior

► Achievements: The county’s reigning Athlete of the Year showed his versatility on the football field. He ran 123 times for 822 yards and seven touchdowns, rushing for at least 100 yards five times. He also had 14 catches for 164 yards and was 2-for-2 for 46 passing yards. Potter also punted and played defensive back.

► Coach Brian Savage: “He’s probably our best overall athlete, which is why he’s good at everything he does — lacrosse, wrestling, he’s done it all. We were able to throw it to him out of the backfield, put him in different spots. Reece is a versatile athlete. I’m glad he was part of our team. He was fun to coach and had a good attitude all the time.”

ZACH LINFIELD

► School: Hartland

► Position: Wide receiver

► Grade: Senior

► Achievements: The 6-foot-3 Linfield ranked third in the county in all three major receiving categories, grabbing 25 passes for 364 yards and four touchdowns. Had six catches for 95 yards and a touchdown against Plymouth. Also played some tight end and became an effective run blocker.

► Coach Brian Savage: “Zach, with his height, was an advantage over most corners we played. He became a possession kid. We definitely threw him the ball when we needed first downs. We had a pretty good feeling if the ball was near him, he was going to come down with it.”

LOGAN TOBEL

► School: Hartland

► Position: Wide receiver

► Grade: Junior

► Achievements: Caught 22 passes for 386 yards and five touchdowns, ranking second in the county in yardage and touchdowns and fourth in receptions. Had three games of at least 80 receiving yards. Four of his touchdowns came in the final three games.

► Coach Brian Savage: “Usually, if the ball was near him, he was going to come down with the catch. His catches seemed to be the ones that were a little bit longer. His speed allowed him to get downfield and pass people. He played some corner. He’s a great athlete.”

SECOND TEAM

WR, Tanner Culver, Hartland, Sr.

HONORABLE MENTION

Hartland: Holden D’Arcy.