Gainesville high school football: Who gets your vote for football top player for Week 5?

It's time to vote for high school football's best player from Week 5 in our Freak of the Week poll.

Each week, the Gainesville Sun curates the Freak of the Week poll that highlights the top football performers from Gainesville-area football teams. The poll will be released on Monday and voting will be open through Thursday morning at 10 a.m.

Readers may vote once per hour and are encouraged to share the poll on social media.

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This week, it's an all-offense field of nominees after strong performances from a pair of running backs, a specialist and quarterback.

Who gets your vote?

Rayvon Durant, Union County

Durant, a senior at Union County, returns to the Freak of the Week poll for the second week in a row after posting big numbers in the Fightin' Tigers' 45-0 win over Newberry on Friday night.

In the win, Durant shouldered the offensive load, carrying the ball 26 times and amassing 302 rushing yards — good for an average of 11.6 yards per carry.

Durant also found the end zone twice, giving him eight rushing touchdowns on the season.

Kyree Edwards, Williston

Edwards, a senior at Williston, helped the Red Devils keep their perfect season alive with a 56-28 win over Fort White.

In the win, Edwards carried the ball 11 times, good for 201 rushing yards and an impressive 18.3 yards per carry.

The former Gainesville Hurricane crossed the goal line three times on Friday night, bringing his season total to five rushing touchdowns.

Tyler Jefferson, Lake City Columbia

Jefferson, Columbia's senior quarterback, might not have secured the victory for the Tigers, who fell to Trinity Christian Academy 43-30, but he did put up an impressive stat line.

Jefferson went 10-for-26 through the air, good for 272 yards, a pair of touchdowns and an interception. The dual-threat quarterback added 129 yards with his legs, averaging 11.7 yards per carry and adding a pair of touchdowns — making him responsible for four touchdowns in the loss.

Darian Smith-Williams, Hawthorne

Smith-Williams, a senior at Hawthorne, helped the Hornets stifle the P.K. Yonge Blue Wave 46-6 with his contributions on special teams.

Serving as one of the Hornets' return specialists, Smith-Williams tallied a pair of special teams touchdowns — including a punt return and an 83-yard kickoff return, which set the tone of the second half.

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