810 Varsity has named its 810 Varsity 2019 Elite 81 award winners, revealed throughout the holiday break.
Photo: David Smith, 810 Varsity
Beau Stephens, Blue Springs
The 6-foot-6, 305-pound junior anchored the Wildcats offensive line and was the only junior selected to the Suburban Gold all-league first-team. Stephens holds numerous Division I offers, including Oklahoma State, Missouri, K-State, Kansas, Iowa and Iowa State.
Max McCree, Grandview
The 6-foot-7. 270-pound senior was a first-team selection for the Suburban Blue all-league team, both in 2018 and 2019. "He stood out above the rest of the linemen in the league," said one league coach.
Turner Corcoran, Free State
The 6-foot-6, 270-pound tackle helped lead Free State to yet another 8+ win year while earning his third first-team Sunflower League honor. Corcoran is a commit to Nebraska.
Talor Warner, Gardner-Edgerton
The 6-foot-4, 265-pound senior was a two-time first-team all-Sunflower League team selection and helped lead the resurgence of the Blazers rebuild, and their flourishing ground attach. Warner is a K-State commit.
Cole Sample, Tonganoxie
Sample starred on both sides of the line, earning first-team Frontier League honors for both offensive and defensive line in both 2018 and 2019. Sample helped lead Tonganoxie to a 10-0 record before facing Bishop Miege in the Class 4A quarterfinal.