We watched all of the games and crunched all of the stats, find out which players helped their team advance in playoffs.
The top offensive players from the DFW area in the first round of Texas High School Football playoffs can be found here.
Nothing quite like playoff time here in Texas. It truly is something special to see with all of the good talent and competition fighting for a chance at a state title.
Stats & Evals
Ke’ Undrae Hollywood (22) RB, South Oak Cliff
Hollywood is a speedy running back who can make one or two cuts and be off to the races. He’s shown he can hold his own oall season and least game was no different the performance he produced for South Oak Cliff.
Stats:14 carries for 153 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns
Garrett Rangel (22) QB, Lone Star Frisco
Rangel has been sworn this season, had it not been for an injury that sidelined Rangel for a period oof time, I believe the future Oklahoma State Cowboys commit would have nearly 4,000 passing yards on the season compared to his 1800 yards. Either way, he’s been terrific, it will be interlining to see how far he can help lead his team to a shot a title to cap of his senior year.
Stats:9 completions for 11 atppemts and 203 yards passing qwirth 4 touchdowns
Ashton Jeanty (22) RB, Lone Star Frisco
Jeanty has been one of the more complete running back this season. He can do run and catch out of the backfield, he’s a speedy guy and last game was like any week for Lone Star Frisco with Jeanty making headlines as one of the top offensive players week in and week out.
Stats: 9 carries for 130 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns
Owen Allen (23) RB, Southlake Carroll
Supringsly after the monster year that Allen has had rushing the football, one would think he would have a few division I offers but nothing yet to our surprise. Allen is a complete running back that checks off all the boxes, he’s got the speed, vision and ability to catch the football out of the backfield and make some people miss in the open field. FBS caliber running back who deserves some offers after the seasons he’s been able to produce.
Stats:28 carries for 129 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns
Kaden Anderson (23) QB, Southlake Carroll
Kaden lead his team to victory over North Crowley last game with style. Anderson is your prototypical quarterback recruits who can make all of the throughs and has almost impeccable mechanics. He had some big shoes to fill this season, now the test is really on to see if you can lead his team past the semi-finals this year.
Stats:14 completions for 27 attempts with 217 yards passing and 3 touchdowns
Luke Peterson (22) WR, Burleson
Peterson when of last game and caught everything in his vicinity. He is a under rated reciever with a ton of potential to be a division I caliber athlete, after checking out his hudl page, it was evident to see many others have interest in this senior wide receiver recruit.
Stats: 8 receptions for 341 yards receiving and 6 touchdowns
Ollie Gordon (22) RB, Trinity
Stats: 25 carries for 205 yards rushing and 4 touchdowns
Dylan Raiola (24) QB, Burleson
Stats:16 completions out of 23 attempts with 464 yards passing and 7 touchdowns plus one more rushing touchdown.
Jamarion Miller (22) RB, Tyler Legacy
Stats:12 carries 136 yards and 1 touchdown
Braedyn Locke (22) QB, Rockwall
Stats: 15 completions for 18 attempts and 277 yards passing with 5 touchdowns
Caden Marshall (22) WR, Rockwall
Stats: 8 receptions for 139 yards receiving with 2 touchdowns
Devyn Turner (23) WR, DB, Allen
Stats:11 carries for 211 yards rushing and 4 touchdowns