It starts with Cade Chambers. The senior quarterback took the reins this year and put together a season that saw him named a semifinalist for Mr. Football. His numbers entering the showdown with Oakland include: 113-of-165 passing for 1,839 yards and 29 touchdowns. A true dual threat, he's also rushed for 438 yards and six TDs on 60 carries.
Maryville coach Derek Hunt, a former Rebel state champion quarterback himself, shows he's still got it, but we'll stick with Chambers.
Rebel running back Tee Hodge, a Tennessee commitment, and Chambers, a future Indiana State signee, are part of one of the best backfields the school has ever fielded, but there's more to the story.