Grant Lohr is the Jenks Tribune Player of the Year
If you attended Jenks football games in 2020 or listened to them on the radio, you probably got used to hearing one name being called quite a bit … Grant Lohr.
Lohr was one of several two-way starters for the Trojans, but his impact, both as a leader and playmaker is why he is the Jenks Tribune Player of the Year.
Lohr led Jenks to the 6A-1 state championship from his starting running back and safety positions.
For the season, Lohr carried the ball 199 times for the Trojans and gained 1,355 yards on the ground with 22 touchdowns. The Trojan senior averaged 16.6 carries per game, 113 rushing yards per game and 1.8 rushing touchdowns per game.
Lohr also was successful catching the ball out of the backfield with 21 receptions in 2020 for 257 yards with three touchdowns. He averaged 1.8 catches per game, 24 yards receiving per game and .25 touchdowns through air per game.
Combining the two, Lohr had 220 offensive touches this season with 1,612 total yards with 25 touchdowns. That is an average of 18.3 touches per game, 134.2 yards per game and 2.1 touchdowns per game.
On the defensive side of the ball, Lohr had 90 total tackles from his safety position with three interceptions. One of those interceptions went for a touchdown. He averaged 7.5 tackles per game and .25 interceptions per game.
With the 25 offensive touchdowns and one defensive touchdown, Lohr accounted for 156 points on his own in 2020 for an average of 13 points per game.
In the 8-game regular season, Lohr carried the ball 122 times for 862 yards with 14 touchdowns, which is an average of 15.2 carries per game, 108 rushing yards per game and 1.7 rushing touchdowns per game. The Jenks senior had 10 catches in the regular season for 156 yards with two touchdowns for an average of 1.25 catches per game, 19.5 receiving yards per game and .25 receiving touchdowns per game.
Combining both the ground and air attacks, in the regular season Lohr had a total of 132 touches for 1,018 yards with 16 touchdowns for an average of 16.5 touches per game, 127.3 yards per game and two touchdowns per game.
Lohr accounted for 102 points scored in the regular season, which is an average of 12.8 per game.
Another reason Lohr was named the Jenks Tribune Player of the Year was his performance in the 6A-1 playoffs. He was clutch in all four postseason games, especially the semifinal game against Owasso and the state championship game against Edmond Santa Fe.
Lohr racked up 185 yards rushing with three touchdowns against the Rams and 149 yards on the ground against the Wolves with one touchdown.
All in all, Lohr carried the rock 77 times in the playoffs with 493 yards on the ground and eight rushing touchdowns for an average of 19.2 carries per game, 123 yards rushing per game and two rushing touchdowns per game.
Lohr had 11 receptions in the postseason with 101 yards and one touchdown for an average of 2.8 catches per game, 25.3 yards receiving per game and .25 yards receiving touchdowns per game.
In total in the playoffs, Lohr touched the ball 88 times for 594 yards with nine touchdowns for an average of 22 touches per game, 148.5 yards per game and 2.3 touchdowns per game. He accounted for 54 points scored, which is an average of 13.5 per game.