INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The U.S. Army Indianapolis Recruiting Battalion is proud to announce that Clinton Central’s Brody Quick is the Army Iron Man of the Week as the best two-way high school football player in the state.  Quick had 537 yards of total offense with six touchdowns this season while recording 115 tackles with two sacks, three fumble recoveries, a pass defended, and a blocked kick.  Quick earned the week five Army Iron Man of the Week after rushing for 123 yards with three touchdowns while recording seven tackles with a fumble recovery in a 57-20 win over Tri-Central.

Fans from across the state selected Quick for the honor.  Quick collected 13,493 votes followed by New Palestine’s Brett Jackson (10,681), and Lafayette Central Catholic’s Danny Anthrop finishing third with 9,624 votes.  West Lafayette’s Daniel Wodicka was the inaugural Army Iron Man of the Year in 2009.

Playing and excelling on both offense and defense, the Army Iron Man must demonstrate physical and emotional strength, as well as strength of character.  The Army Iron Man embodies the qualities of Army STRONG.  The Army Iron Man of the Year will receive a customized ring from Jostens, Inc. 

Clinton Central’s Brody Quick voted Army Iron Man of the Year

Army Iron Man honors Indiana’s best two-way high school football player



Brody Quick  -  Clinton Central


Brett Jackson  -  New Palestine


Danny Anthrop  -  Lafayette Central Catholic


Richard Trimble  -  West Lafayette


Jake Dye  -  Tipton


Korben Shirar  -  Frankfort


Ross Stitt  -  Seeger