Mids lead the league in all-conference selections.
Horton rushes 22 times for 175 yards.
Mids hold Cornell to just 61 yards of total offense.
Mids return two kickoffs and one punt for touchdowns.
Mids will meet the Tigers at 2 p.m. on Saturday.
Earned the team's Unsung Hero Award as a junior, rushing 40 times for 205 yards as he started all six games at fullback
Posted a season-high 78 yards on 13 carries and had one catch for 14 yards vs. Post (Sept. 30)
Carried seven times for 48 yards, including a season-long 23-yard scamper, in a win over Cornell (Oct. 28)
Had six carries for 36 yards and one catch for four yards in a Star Game win over Army (Nov. 4)
Ranked second on the team with 261 yards on 41 carries in six games as a sophomore; his 6.4 yards per rush average led the team
Recorded a season-high 98 yards on 10 carries vs. Penn
Followed his 98-yard performance vs. Penn by rushing a season-high 13 times for 82 yards against Mansfield
Caught five balls for a total of 24 yards
Appeared in six games and rushed 13 times for a total of 60 yards
Rushed twice for 24 yards vs. Princeton (10/16)
Attended Huntingtown High School, where he lettered in football (two) and track (four)
Earned all-county and all-conference honors in football as a senior
Served as football team captain during his senior year
That year, he guided the football team to a conference title
On the track, he set school records in the 4x100-meter, 4x200-meter and 4x400-meter relays
Helped the track team to back-to-back regional titles
Son Patricia and Dwayne Hooper
Father, Dwayne, played football for Rutgers