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Top 100 boys' multi-sport stars
April 25, 2011Woodward Career Tech HS
Area's best multi-sport prep male athletes
71. RAY EDWARDS, WOODWARD, 2003: The future NFL defensive lineman was a first-team all-city basketball player as a senior, averaging 18.3 points and 12.2 rebounds while leading the Bulldogs to the Division II district final. He was named first-team all-district and special mention all-state. In football he was ranked as the No. 9 player in his class in Ohio by Rivals.com. He was first team all-state as a linebacker. He also played tight end. Edwards played football at Purdue before the Vikings took him in the fourth round of the NFL draft.
89. D.J. BOSTON, WOODWARD, 1989: The Enquirer ranked him 79th on its list of the area's all-time top 100 prep basketball players. He was the Enquirer and Post player of the year and a two-time member of the all-state tournament team. Boston helped lead Woodward to the state championship as a junior. He was first-team (UPI) and second-team (AP) all-state as a senior, averaging 22.4 points. He was drafted out of high school by the Mariners and later by the Blue Jays, with whom he reached Triple-A.