Two Sumner players named Mr. Football semifinalists

Two Sumner players named Mr. Football semifinalists

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Two Sumner players named Mr. Football semifinalists

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Gallatin High senior Jordan Mason has rushed for 2,030 yards and 23 touchdowns this season.

Gallatin High senior Jordan Mason has rushed for 2,030 yards and 23 touchdowns this season.

Two Sumner County players were named Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Semifinalists Friday morning.

Gallatin senior Jordan Mason and Pope John Paul II senior Ben Brooks were named to the final four in their respective classes.

Mason has rushed for 2,050 yards and 23 touchdowns on 259 carries and has one receiving touchdown. He recently broke the Gallatin career rushing record and set the single-game rushing record in back-to-back weeks this season.

Brooks has thrown for 1,943 yards and 13 touchdowns, and has rushed for 243 yards and seven touchdowns while leading the Knights to the school’s first home playoff game in 10 years.

Pope John Paul II quarterback Ben Brooks has thrown for 19 touchdowns and rushed for seven more this season.

Pope John Paul II quarterback Ben Brooks has thrown for 19 touchdowns and rushed for seven more this season.

The list will be narrowed down to two finalists within the next week, with the awards presentation to be held at Nissan Stadium on Monday, Nov. 28.

Reach Chris Brooks at cbrooks@tennessean.com or at 615-575-7118. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @CBrooksTN, and on Snapchat @cbrooksgne.

Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Awards logo.

Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Awards logo.

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