HANCOCK COUNTY — New Palestine senior offensive lineman Ian Moore was named Mr. Football for his position and joined teammate Michael Thacker and Greenfield-Central’s Jake Hinton as one of the Indiana Football Coaches Association Top 50 players in the state.

The IFCA announced its all-state awards over the weekend and earlier this week.

The Top 50 is a combination of offensive and defensive players from the entire state with all classifications included.

Moore is a 6-foot, 6-inch, 311-pound offensive tackle that has verbally committed to play at Ohio State University.

Moore joins former Dragons Charlie Spegal (running back, overall Mr. Football), Kyle King (defensive lineman), Maxen Hook (defensive back, Alex Neligh (quarterback, Mr. Football runner-up) and Noah Grable (defensive lineman) as a Mr. Football position winner.

As a Mr. Football position winner, Moore is now a nominee for the state’s overall Mr. Football award.

Hinton (6-3, 205) was selected as a linebacker, but also played running back for the Cougars. He has committed to the Naval Academy.

Thacker (6-1, 270) is a defensive lineman and one of only seven juniors to be named to the team.

All four Hancock County schools were represented on various IFCA all-state teams.

Greenfield-Central offensive linemen Reese Hill (6-3, 285) and Brayden Flener (6-2, 300), defensive back Kirk Knecht (6-0, 180) and New Palestine wide receiver Kyler Kropp (6-1, 189) and running back Grayson Thomas (6-0, 190) were named to the Class 4A Senior All-State team.

Greenfield-Central athlete/quarterback Dallas Freeman (6-4, 185), Mt. Vernon running back Joliba Brogan (5-9, 175), and New Palestine linebacker Garrett Ranes (6-1, 227) were chosen for the Class 4A Junior All-State team.

Eastern Hancock tight end Kayden Ruble (6-4, 230) and athlete/running back Mark Kube (6-0, 180) were selected to the Class 2A Junior All-State team. Kube was one of nine sophomores chosen to the squad.