Friday Night lights: week 11 DFW big games and top recruits to watch

November 5, 2021

Staff Writer

DFW – This week marks the end of the regular season. With district titles and playoff positioning, this weeks games should prove to be exciting.

Here are some of the best matchups and our big game of the week game preview. A preview of the top matchup and recruits going head to head this week.

 

Games of the Week

 

Ryan (8-1) vs Lone star (8-1)

Sachse (6-3) vs Naaman Forest (5-1)

Prosper (6-3) vs Boyd (7-2)

Parish Episcopal (8-1) vs All Saints (5-3)

 

Saturday

Kinkaid (8-2) vs Episcopal School of Dallas

 

Big Game of the Week

 

Ryan (8-1) vs Lone star (8-1)

Game Preview: This is a heavy weight matchup that eill have Division I talent all over the field.

Get the popcorn ladies and gentlemen, this game is going to be one to watch that will have a lot of excitement .

Denton Ryan featuring their, rough and tough, loaded defenses that will give Quarterback Garret Rangel and the Lone Star offense a run for their money.

Rangel and star running back Ashton Jeanty, have been a seemingly unstoppable force on offense this season.

Despite missing a few games, Rangel has thrown for over 1,500 yards this season and Jeanty has nesrly the same amount rushing (1411). The pair have combined for 342 points of offense this season.

Jeanty, the Boise commit has combined a total of 39 touchdowns on the season. 10 of them coning from receptions and 29 rushing.

Ryan features multiple star players on their defensive that would look to counter I’m star players such as junior linebacker , Anthony Hill Jr, who leads the team in tackles with 66 total, Brother, Marquise Hill, who is a strong edge rusher and a top prospect.

Also cannot forget about defensive backs Austin Jordan who is one of the best seniors in the state, and a wealth of other talented players that are nationally ranked recruits.

It will be interesting to see how this game plays out and see who comes out on top. Rangel and the Lone Star offense could find a rhythm and never look back.

 

 

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