Tommy McIntosh








Tommy was named to the Associated Press First Team All-State for the 2020 season as a wide receiver. He was also named Detroit Free Press Honorable Mention, Detroit News First Team All-State, Lansing State Journal Class A All-Area Dream Team, Michigan High School Football Coaches Association First Team as well as CAAC Red Division All-Conference. McIntosh is the third DeWitt player to be named All-State as a junior (Jacob Johnson the first 2013) along with junior quarterback Tyler Holtz this season. Tommy broke onto the State radar with eight reception, 245 yard and four touchdown performance against Grand Ledge then followed that with a 137 yard two touchdown performance against defending State Champ Warren DeLaSalle. With Associated Press Player of the Year Tyler Holtz throwing pinpoint passes short or going deep, McIntosh used his outstanding speed, sure hands, outstanding leaping ability and a 6'5" frame to lead the passing game portion of the record setting Panther offense. He was used as a decoy when double or triple teamed, out juumped defenders, got open to catch a short pass or catching one in the corner of the end zone, he helped DeWitt to a Covid-19 shortened season of 11-0 and Division 3 State Championship at Ford Field.  He hauled in 34 receptions for 781 yards (23.0 yds/rec, long of 92 yds) and 14 touchdowns. He also had two "pick six" touchdowns from his safety position on defense.

Update 2021: Tommy was named to the Associated Press First Team All-State for the 2021 season as a receiver. He was also named to the Detroit Free Press Dream Team All-State, Detroit News Dream Team All-State, Lansing State Journal Class A All-Area Co-Player of the Year, Michigan High School Football Coaches Association Dream Team as well as CAAC Red Division All-Conference team. Once again, with the two time All-State quarterback Tyler Holtz under center in Coach Rob Zimmerman's complex offense, the #1 statewide ranked Panthers made it to the Division 3 State Finals falling a foot short of their second straight championship. His versatility showed as he was double and triple covered as a wide out, blocked downfield for Panther running backs or came into the tight end role using his strength as a blocker. His selfishness showed when he would suggest to Coach Rob Zimmerman to "go double tight (two tight ends) and power run the ball" rather than passing. His senior season, McIntosh hauled in 64 receptions (team 164 receptions) for 1,328 yards and 22 touchdowns for a 20.8 yards per catch average.    

A three year varsity starter, his sophomore season was 42 receptions for 587 yards and eight touchdowns. His career statistics are impressive. 140 receptions for 2,696 yards (1.54 miles) and 44 touchdowns. Defensively, he finished with 51 solo tackles, 26 assists and nine interceptions. His excitement and enthusiasm always shown on the field.

A 4.0 GPA student, Tommy will continue his football career the University of Wisconsin.