CAST YOUR VOTE AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE. YOU MUST RANK NO. 1 TO NO. 4 WITH NO. 1 BEING YOUR TOP PICK.
Keaton Amstutz, Ozark
Amstutz was the captain for an Ozark soccer team that made it all the way to the Class 4 quarterfinals. His size and strength set him apart in the midfield. His 10 goals and 12 assists do not jump off the page, but his worth as a two-way player cannot go understated. He was named the Class 4 Southwest-Central Offensive Player of the Year and Class 4 First Team All-State.
Josh Call, Glendale
Call is another in a long line of standout soccer players for Jeff Rogers at Glendale. He was a tough matchup in the air and a sound finisher in the box. Those skills led him to score 18 goals with 12 assists. His efforts earned him Class 3 First Team All-State honors, along with Southwest-Central Region Offensive Player of the Year.
Brody Johnson, Parkview
Johnson was the first, second and third scoring option for the Parkview Vikings both in his senior and junior seasons. This year, he scored 31 goals and had 11 assists for the Vikings. In sum, he accounted for 75 percent of Parkview’s total goals over the last two seasons. He was selected Class 3 First Team All-State for his dominant offensive performance.
Jason Puente, Monett
Puente burst onto the scene as a freshman with great numbers. His sophomore season was even better. The speedy striker scored 48 goals and had 12 more assists on his way to leading Monett to a runner-up finish at state and being named the Class 2 Co-Offensive Player of the Year. He is the reigning 1 Awards winner in this category and was the All-O-Zone Player of the Year.