HOUSTON – As the State championship game inches closer, completion stiffens up. The Texas High School football Quarterfinals brought out some of the best action in some of the best recruits in the state. We take a look at some of the the best offensive performances from last round of playoffs, and naming a few Offensive Player of the Week.
Marquise Collins (23) RB, College Station
College Station beat Denton Ryan 26-21 in a stunning victory that came down to the wire with these two heavy weights. Junior Marquise Collins has been lights out as her as been all this season and he ran for 230 yards and three touchdowns on 37 carries on the night. Making him out offensive MVP on the night. The night he had in the ground was one of the best performances we saw in all of the state.
College Stations running back Marquise Collins tonight, 231 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns, and is our Offensive MVP of the night🏆 pic.twitter.com/YvEcipu7kD
— tdrecruits (@tdrecruits) December 4, 2021
Chase Sowell (22) WR, Atascocita
Chase Sowell had six receptions for 119 yards and a touchdown. Sowell despite the loss, still had a great game and has been very consistently dominate this season. Sowell played his last game and has yet to commit. He has offers from Colorado, Incarante Word, Northern Iowa, Sam Houston, and UTSA.
Chase’s last high school game!!! Thanks @ballertribe!!! Good stuff!!! BACK TO WORK BABY!!! Next Chapter!!! #SowellFamily @SowellChase @mrsksowell @tms_Athboys @HumbleISD_AHS @AHSEagleFB @AHS_6aBaseball @CUBuffsFootball pic.twitter.com/fqyDf9OVH4
— Sowell 33 (@Sowell33) December 7, 2021
Jacob Brown (22) RB, Paetow
Jacob Brown ran for 346 yards and five touchdowns on 30 carries. Brown was a beast in this game. He shows he can explode out of the backfield and beat every one to the end-zone, often untouched. This running back was a joy to watch and has blazing speed and agility and impressive performances made him arguable the best performance in the area and possibly the state.
— jacob brown (@Jacobbrown_25) December 6, 2021
Seth Davis (23) RB, Katy
The Katy tigers beat Humble Summer Creek 34-31 and Junior running back Seth Davis ran for 234 yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries. He showed his elite speed, lateral speed and ability to run in between the tackles and dominate all game long. He has been a big part Katy has made it so far this season and has a shot at a still playing for a state title. We can’t discount an excellent offensive line that Katy has with the big boys up front clearing the way for Davis.
— Dave Campbell's Texas Football — TexasFootball.com (@dctf) December 4, 2021