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Conway's Edwards named South Carolina Mr. Football award finalist

CONWAY, S.C. (WMBF) - Through eight weeks of action, Conway’s Bryan Edwards has more than 400 more receiving yards than any other player in his position in this area, so it's not much of a debate when it comes down to the Grand Strand's top wide-out, but after his latest nomination, Edwards is now in the running for the top player in the state.

Edwards was named one of the five finalists for South Carolina’s Mr. Football award and it's easy to see why. With four regular season games left, the USC commit has hauled in 41 catches for 873 yards and eight scores. Edwards was also invited to All-American bowl earlier this week.

Other nominees include Chapin quarterback Logan Bailey, Spartanburg running back Tavien Feaster, Dorman quarterback Collin Hill and Fort Dorchester offensive lineman John Simpson.

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