Posted: Saturday, 14 September 2013 11:16AM

Willow Springs' Shanks wins best defensive player poll



SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Nearly 5,000 people voted in our "best defensive player" poll question and it was Willow Springs senior linebacker Allen Shanks coming out on top, edging Cassville's Hayden Prater and fellow SCA linebacker Gavin Green of Cabool.  Full results are listed below.  Check back next week for a new poll question on OzarksSportsZone.com.


Jacob Banholzer, DL, Rolla 19 Votes (0%)

Nick Baron, S, Catholic 226 Votes (5%)
Kullen Carlock, DB, Camdenton 122 Votes (3%)
Gavin Green, LB, Cabool 987 Votes (20%)
Levi Hargrove, DB, Thayer 126 Votes (3%)
Riley Herrold, LB, Ozark 43 Votes (1%)
Drew Legan, DB, Bolivar 751 Votes (16%)
Johnny Malone, DE, Lebanon 118 Votes (2%)
Hayden Prater, LB, Cassville 1110 Votes (23%)
Allen Shanks, LB, Willow Springs 1316 Votes (27%)
  Total Votes: 4818

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