It's been a quiet summer for Glenbard West High defensive lineman Ruben Dunbar, but also a…
Both teams have had great success over the last few years, especially Wheaton Warrenville South, who has won two state championships in the last three years. And it goes without saying that neither of these teams has any intention of starting their season with a loss.
We take a look at some of the key players who will play big roles in deciding the outcome of this game:
QBs - Ryan Graham and Casey Paraday:
It isn't clear yet which of the two junior quarterbacks will get the nod as starter this weekend. They are both similar in size, build, and style. However, Paraday may have a slight edge coming to WWS from Little Rock, Arkansas powerhouse Shiloh Christian. Knowing Head Coach Ron Muhitch, he will want to figure out his starter early on and build around him.
Davis might be the key to Wheaton Warrenville South's offense this year. Two seasons ago, it was Reilly O'Toole (Illinois) connecting with Titus Davis, and now a new Davis will be out there for South. Davis is a big body and will pose matchup problems for most of the corners he faces.