Wisdom had a huge rushing night, eclipsing the 220-yard mark and scoring twice. He added two touchdown passes in Shiloh Christian’s 49-28 win over Elkins on Oct. 23.
Wisdom received 41.12% of the vote, beating out Cabot WR Brayden Jay, who finished with 16.47%. Morrilton RB Jackson Moll finished third 13.22% and Watson Chapel QB Jabrae Shaw was fourth with 7.49%.
We are currently accepting Athlete of the Week nominations for the week of Oct. 26-Nov. 1. If you would like to nominate an athlete, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @sbliveark.
Here are the previous SBLive Arkansas Athlete of the Week winners:
WEEK 1 WINNER: CHRIS FRANCISCO, ROGERS
WEEK 2 WINNER: BRADEN WILLIAMS, WALDRON
WEEK 3 WINNER: BRAYDEN JAY, CABOT
WEEK 4 WINNER: JETT DENNIS, GREENLAND
WEEK 5 WINNER: LOGAN CHRONISTER, ALMA
WEEK 6 WINNER: GARRETT BROWN, BENTON
WEEK 7 WINNER: BLADEN FIKE, FAYETTEVILLE
WEEK 8 WINNER: GARRETT BROWN, BENTON
And here are the other athletes who were nominated for Oct. 19-25:
Bryce McKay, Mountain Home QB: McKay threw for 250 yards and three touchdowns and added a rushing touchdown in the Bombers’ win over Siloam Springs.
Hunter Wilkinson, Greenwood RB: Wilkinson ran for 193 yards and had four touchdowns to help take down Benton.
Braden Jay, Cabot WR: Jay had five catches for 172 yards and a touchdown in Cabot’s loss to Bryant.
Martavious Thomas, Camden Fairview RB: Thomas, Camden Fairview RBThomas had 88 yards rushing and scored three times on the ground in a win over Hope.
Jamal Johnson, Junction City RB: Johnson had 220 rushing yards and scored four times on the ground in Junction City’s eight-point win over Hampton.
Tyler Williams, Central Arkansas Christian RB: Williams had 25 rushes for 165 yards and 3 TDs plus 2 catches for 40 yards and a TD against Lonoke.
Jabrae Shaw, Watson Chapel QB: Shaw did it all, passing for 203 yards and two touchdowns and adding 141 yards and three touchdowns on the ground.
Owen Miller, Lake Hamilton RB: Owen Miller led the way against Van Buren with 107 rushing yards and two touchdowns and was one of five players to score on the ground.
Justin Crutchmer, Lake Hamilton RB:Crutchmer had a 72-yard touchdown run and added 15 tackles, a sack and a forced fumble on defense.
Nic Wilson, El Dorado DL: Wilson was a machine, collecting 21 tackles in El Dorado’s loss to Sylvan Hills.
Ty Hipps, Russellville LB: Hipps had 12 tackles and a sack in a loss to Little Rock Parkview.
Jacaylon Zachery, Prescott WR: Zachery made the most of his receptions, catching two passes for 91 yards and two touchdowns.
Cam Weidemann, Shiloh Christian RB:Weidemann ran for 162 yards and two touchdowns for the Saints.
Buddy Gaston, Robinson QB: Gaston was extremely efficient for the Senators, going 11 of 15 for 187 yards and their three touchdowns against Bauxite.
Hunter Smith, Robinson RB: Smith had 104 total yards against Bauxite while scoring on the ground and through the air.
Dante Reed, Malvern WR: Reed had six catches for 75 yards in a win over Fountain Lake. He had an interception on defense.
Braden Stein, Greenwood OL: Stein had 15 blocks in Greenwood’s victory against the Benton Panthers.
Jackson Moll, Morrilton RB: Moll had 42 rushes for 243 yards and four touchdowns in Morrilton’s game against Harrison.
Steven Dearmon, Fountain Lake RB: Dearmon ran for 181 yards and two touchdowns against Malvern. He added four tackles and two pass deflections on defense.
Ethan DeMaro, Central Arkansas Christian LB: DeMarco had 12 total tackles, four tackles for loss and three sacks against Lonoke.
Rykar Acebo, Jonesboro QB: Acebo was 26 of 40 for 275 yards and had three touchdowns in the win against Searcy.
Brady James, Lamar RB: James went over the 1,000 yard rushing mark in Friday’s win over Rivercrest. He carried 15 times for 269 yards and had five touchdowns.
Hayden Morton, Cedarville RB: Morton made the most of his five carries Friday, rushing for 113 yards and three touchdowns in the loss to Greenland.
Payne Lee, Subiaco Academy RB/LB: Lee had a huge night in Friday’s win over Spring Hill. He ran for 201 yards and four touchdowns while also leading the Trojans with 14 tackles.
Dustin Lang, Calvary Baptist Academy LB: Lang collected 13 tackles and had an interception in Friday’s win over Clarksville.