Friday Night Stars: DFW Standout Recruits of Week #3

September 12, 2022


8:35 pm



Week three of Texas High School football was in full swing and some exciting matchups brought about some very exciting play on Friday night. We bring you an exclusive list of the top performers from the DFW area who stood out and had themselves a night.


DFW Top Offensive Players of the Week


Brennan Myer (24′) | 6-1/180 | QB | Wakeland¬†

Despite the loss, junior quarterback Brennan Myer was able to complete 21of 29 his passes for 245 yards, a touchdown, and an interception. 

Colin Hitchcock¬† (24′), | 6-4/180| QB | Mckinney North¬†

Colin had an exceptional night for a recruit that is under the radar at the moment throwing for  279 yards and three touchdowns.

Brandon Tullis (24′) | 6/190 | RB | Memorial

Despite the loss, a running back recruits that everyone should know this season who is gaining interest is Tullis. Last game Tullis ran for 94 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries.

Jackson Arnold (23′) | 6-1/205¬† | QB | Denton Guyer¬†

Arnold lead his team to a marginal victory over Lancaster 50-27 and finished completing 14 of 22 passing for 305 yards and three touchdowns through the air and one more on the ground.

Landon Sides (23′) | 6’/180 | WR | Guyer¬†

Landon had an impressive showcasing with five receptions that went for 148 yards receiving. He also returned a kickoff 52 yards for a touchdown on special teams. Holds two offers at the moment Army, Colorado School of Mines.  

Si Stovall (23′) | 6-2/240 | TE | Guyer¬†

ULM tight end commit Si Stovall had four receptions for 73 yards and two touchdowns. 

Jalen Pope (23′) | 5-11/180 | WR | Aledo¬†

Jalen is a recruit on the rise this year who had himself a game and caught five passes for 94 yards and a touchdown. Holds four Division I offers from the Air force, Columbia, Lafayette, and Tulsa. 

Cornelius Warren (25′) | 5/10/170 | RB | North Crowley
Warren is showing up and showing out this season and last week was no different. Cornelius ran for 182 yards rushing and two touchdowns on the night on just 17 carries and an additional 53 yards on four receptions.  Holds offers from Houston, Texas Tech, and Utah.

Logan Cundiff (24′) | 6-1/180 | QB | Fossil Ridge

Logan had himself a breakout night with a spectacular performance leading his to a close victory over Arlington 39-34. He completed 12 of 14  of his passes for 220 yards and four touchdowns. He also added 104 yards rushing and a score on just 12 carries.

Landen Chambers (23′)| 5-11/210 | RB | Fossil Ridge¬†

Landen, a BYU commit had a phenomenal night on the ground and was another integral part of his offense’s success on the night with 21 carries and ran for 193 yards rushing and a touchdown.¬†

Tre Guerra (23′) | 6-2/180 | QB | Keller¬†

Central Arkansas commit Tre Guerra was 12-15 passing for 214 yards through the air and had two touchdowns on the night.

Amarion Henry (23′) | 6/185 | WR| Keller¬†

Henry caught five passes for 132 yards and two touchdowns and he is a senior that could be rising his stock significantly this season. Holds 5 total offers at the moment from the Air force, Army, Georgetown, Navy, and Southeast Missouri State. 

¬†Ethan Terrell (24′) | 6-2/185 | QB | Lewisville

On Friday, Lewisville defeated Mesquite 44-7, and junior quarterback Ethan Terrel was a big part of that success. He was 7-12 passing for 71 yards, and a touchdown while also adding 155 yards rushing and two scores on 12 carries. Bringing his total yards of offense to 226 yards of total offense and three scores on the night.

Viron Ellison¬†(24′) | 6/190 | RB | Lewisville

Junior running back Viron Ellison is making a name for himself this season and last week he showed why he is quickly on the rise this season. Ellison ran for 103 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries. olds three offers to schools like Colorado State, NAU, and Texas State. 

¬†Owen Allen (23′) | 6/205| RB | Southlake Carroll¬†

Allen could very well be one of the most underrated recruits in the 2023 class here in Texas because we feel he is a special talent running the football,

Hunter Summers (23′) | 6-2/160 | ATH | Prosper

Prosper beat Rockwall 19-11. Athlete Hunter Summers caught seven passes for 129 yards and two touchdowns. Holds 13 offers from schools like Wyoming, Arkansas State, and others. 

Khalon Davis (23′) | 6/175 | QB | Ryan¬†

Denton Ryan beat Azle 63-14. Khalon Davis was 15-25 passing for 212 yards, five touchdowns and only one interception. Holds one offer to Navy. 

Kalib Hicks (23′) | 6/175 | QB | Ryan¬†

Four-star Oklahoma commit Kalib Hicks ran for 161 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries. He also caught three passes for 43 yards and a score.

Coco Brown (23′) | 510/180 | RB | Denton¬†

 Despite the loss, Sam Houston commit Coco Brown still had a good game on the ground running for 229 yards and three touchdowns on 32 carries.

Jake Wilson (23′) | 6-2/195 | QB | Byron Nelson

Jake finished 29-33 passing for 486 yards and a whopping four touchdowns. He also ran for 23 yards and a score on just four carries.

Landon Ransom (23′) | 6/170 | WR | Byron Nelson

The Rice owls commit Landon Ransom, caught seven passes for 206 yards and two touchdowns and was a major contributor in his QBs success and his overall teams in the 79-20 triumph over Denton Braswell. 

Ja’Ryan Wallace (23′) | 6-3/185| WR | Braswell¬†

Despite the loss, to Bryon Nelson, Wallace had six catches for 119 yards and a touchdown.

Keldric Luster¬†(23′) | 5-10/225 | QB | McKinney¬†

SMU commit Keldric Luster was 7-10 passing for 121 yards and a touchdown while adding 76 yards rushing and a rushing touchdown on six carries.


Part 2 will be added tomorrow of the rest of the top offensive players from week 3 of Texas High School football action from the Dallas, and Fort Worth areas.


DFW Top Offensive Players of the Week: Part 2

Midlothian Heritage defeated Waco La Vega 41-14 and South Dakota State commit quarterback  Kaden Brown was a big part of that success completing 13 of 16 of his passes for 182 yards and four touchdowns

Waxahachie beat Grand Prairie in nearly a shoutout victory over 49-7. Alcorn State commit Roderick Hartsfield was 7-10 passing for 195 yards, three touchdowns and an interception.

Houston Baptist commit Jayden Becks ran for 125 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries. He also had two catches for 29 yards and a score.

Highland Park defeated Lake Highlands 52-21. Brennan Storer was spectular on the night throwing for 315 yards, five touchdowns, and only one interception. He also ran for 49 yards and a score on nine carries.

Mesquite Horn beat Tyler High 43-6. Sophomore Titus Muse ran for 187 yards and two touchdowns on 28 carries.

Hebron beat Haslet Eaton 54-40. In the loss, four-star Stanford tight end commit Jaden Platt had seven catches for 134 yards and two touchdowns.

Alvarado beat Dallas Lincoln 64-50. In the loss, junior athlete Byron Eaton Jr. was 31-48 passing for 429 yards and four touchdowns. He also ran for 108 yards on 15 carries. UTSA commit Jamel Hardy caught 20 passes for 233 yards and two touchdowns.

Anna beat Van Alstyne 68-25. Louisiana Tech commit Evan Bullock was 18-22 passing for 264 yards, four touchdowns, and an interception.

Lake Belton with the win over Red Oak in overtime 48-47. Connor Crews was a big part of the victory  21-35 passing for 260 yards, five touchdowns, and an interception. He added 67 yards and two scores on 12 carries. In the loss, Jairus Nicholson had six catches for 165 yards and two touchdowns

Dallas Parish Episcopal defeated Austin LBJ 44-21. Sophomore quarterback Sawyer Anderson was 15-29 passing for 203 yards and five touchdowns. Despite the loss, Vanderbilt commits Sedrick Alexander ran for 227 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries.

Arlington Bowie defeated Plano 34-28. Texas Tech commit Kelby Valsin had a great night and caught five passes for 199 yards and two touchdowns.

Boise State commit Jambres Dubar ran for 172 yards and four touchdowns on 11 carries.

Junior Kayvion Sibley ran for 146 yards and a touchdown on 30 carries.

Colleyville Heritage beat Ennis 23-20. . In the loss, Jackson Gilkey was 14-30 passing for 222 yards, a touchdown, and an interception.

Flower Mound Marcus defeated Euless Trinity 30-20. Four-star junior Cole Welliver was excellent on the night completing 19 of 30 of his passes for 225 yards through the air and a touchdown.

Plano Prestonwood won against Little Elm 42-41. Prestonwood Christian Athlete and Edge prospect Luke McGary caught eight passes for 154 yards and two touchdowns.

Lake Dallas defeated Princeton 41-17. Junior Keonde Henry had four catches for 139 yards and two touchdowns.

Midlothian beat Killeen Shoemaker 32-27. Junior Bryant Wesco caught eight passes for 143 yards and two touchdowns.


(This post has been updated by a tdrecruits editor since first published) 

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