Michigan-recruit Donovan Edwards averaged over 18-yards per carry and scored three touchdowns in West Bloomfield’s shockingly easy 41-0 win over defending Michigan Division I high school football champ Davison Saturday at Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions. Davison entered the game ranked No. 70 in the High School Football America 100 national rankings powered by BlackMP Living Water.
Edwards ran for 257 on just 14 carries to lead West Bloomfield to its first-ever high school football state championship.
Exhilarating performance!— The D Zone (@TheD_Zone) January 23, 2021
Watch 2021 RB Donovan Edwards biggest 4 runs of the day (including 3 TDs) as he leads WB to their first ever Championship.
Division 1 Championship: #5 West Bloomfield beat #1 Davison 41-0 @19Bellamy @DEdwards__ pic.twitter.com/ltW8e6QiSv
The final score was surprising, because Davison had only 76 points all season.
West Bloomfield head coach Ron Bellamy will be heading to Ann Arbor with Edwards. Bellamy, who played wide receiver for the Michigan Wolverines from 1999-2002 has been hired to coach wide receivers.