Meet 2023’s top offensive playmakers, gamebreakers

Here is your ALL-USA Central Indiana preseason high school football Super Team selections for offense:


Tyler Cherry, Center Grove, Sr.

Center Grove’s Tyler Cherry poses for a photo Wednesday, July 12, 2023, at Decatur Central High School in Indianapolis.

2022 stats: The 6-5 Duke recruit completed 65.1% of his passes for 2,269 yards and 22 touchdowns with five interceptions in his first year as a starter to help Center Grove to a third consecutive Class 6A state championship. Cherry also rushed for four TDs.

What is your favorite thing you’ve watched recently? “There’s a show that came out called ‘Quarterback’ on Netflix that goes in depth with some of the (NFL quarterbacks) and I watched a couple episodes and started to like it. So I think that’s going to be a new one I’ll watch.”

What is your favorite form of social media and why? “I like Snapchat. Keeping up with my friends, making funny faces, seeing what they are doing. But I’d say Snapchat.”

Can you do an impression of your coach or is there anything he says a lot? “’Cherry, quit throwing the ball like Hayden (Moore’s daughter).’ He gets me with that a couple times.”

Why do you wear No. 15? “There’s not a story. My uncle wore No. 15 and he was coach Moore’s first quarterback. Coach Moore wanted to keep that going so he gave me 15 as a sophomore and I’ve kept with it.”

LeBron or Jordan? “I’m going to go Jordan. I’ve heard great things. LeBron’s been my generation, but I’ve just heard such good things about Jordan it’s hard not to pick him.”

Best current fast food go to? “I don’t know if you count Panda Express as fast food, but that is definitely my favorite by far. The orange chicken is my favorite.”

Favorite current NFL quarterback and why? “I would say between Justin Herbert or Josh Allen. I try…


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