NAME: Isaiah Hankins
LAST SEASON: 2016
Isaiah Hankins found many different ways to beat you which made him one of the most dynamic quarterbacks of the decade. For his career, he threw for 6,302 yards and 64 touchdown passes. Hankins also rushed for 1,796 yards and 28 touchdowns. He set school records for passing yards (2,560), passing touchdowns (27) and total yards (3,479) in single season. He led the Millionaires to the 2016 District 2/4 Class 6A Subregional Championship
Hankins was named 2016 NPF Wyoming Valley Conference Big School Offense Player of the Year and first-team quarterback. He also was named NPF Offense Player of the Year. Hankins was named a 2016 all-state quarterback by the Pennsylvania Football Writers and a second-team all-state quarterback by the Pennsylvania Football News. He was also named a first-team offense specialist by EasternPAFootball.com. Hankins was named a member of the WNEP Dream Team.
Williamsport coach Charles Crews on Hankins: “You would laugh at thought that many fans felt that Isaiah should not have been the quarterback. Not only did he silence his critics, he made them eat their hats. By the time he finished his Millionaire career, Isaiah was the single season and career leader in every school passing category, (except interceptions). He was able to throw with velocity and touch, effortlessly. Because of his athleticism he was most dangerous on the move, but make no mistake Isaiah was an athletic quarterback and not an athlete playing quarterback. In big games, he could always be counted on to make the right decision and/or the big play. Defenses across the state were left baffled by his play. His senior year, he was the best quarterback in the state. That is quite an accomplishment with the quality of quarterback play in PA.”