Thursday Night Lights: top matchups and recruits from around the state

October 19, 2021


9:09 am



(This post has been updated by an editor since its publication to meet the standards of TD Recruits, if you would like a more in-depth evaluation & analysis on athletes please think of subscribing. ) 

We have some of the best games and players to watch in week 9 of Texas High School football under the Thursday night lights. Here are some of the best matchups taking place from across the state.



Central Texas


Cedar Park (4-3) vs Pflugerville (4-3)




Port Arthur Memorial (6-1) vs Lee (6-1)

Fort Bend Hightower (6-1) vs Paetow (7-0)

Strake Jesuit (2-5) vs Alief Taylor (3-4)



Top Recruits 


Cedar Park

Jake McAnally (22) MLB 


Nick Grullon (22) DB 




Sidney Mbanasor (22) WR


Elijah Oakmon (22) RB


Port Arthur Memorial

Jaylon Guilbeau (23) DB 



Fort Bend Hightower


Caleb Douglas (22) WR





CJ Dumas (22) QB

CJ has 43 completions out of 67 attempts for 913 yards passing with 13 touchdowns, and only 3 interceptions so far this season. 


Damyrion Phillips (23) RB 

Phillips has 525 yards passing and 6 rushing touchdowns on the season.


Jacob Brown (22) RB

Has 636 yards rushing this season on 49 carries and 12 rushing touchdowns. Brown has over 1,00 yards rushing in his three-year career for Paetow.


Alexander Kilgore (23) ILB 

Kilgore has 27 solo and 41 total tackles this season plus 5 sacks. In his two years as a starter, Kilgore has over 120 tackles, 10 sacks, and 1 interception. 


Daymion Sanford (23) OLB 


Kentrell Webb (22)  DB 

In his three years as a starter, Webb has 87 solo and 113 total tackles plus 8 interceptions and 23 forced fumbles, and 3 fumble recoveries. 


Strake Jesuit


Bryce Fucik (22) QB


Leland Smith (22) WR


Alief Taylor

Chase Jenkins (23) QB

1,255 yards passing on 96 completions out of 160 attempts with 11 touchdowns on 0 interceptions on the season, Jenkins has nearly been perfect this season slinging the rock. 


Alonzo Hines (22) RB

Hines has 653 yards rushing this season on 75 carries and 9 total touchdowns on the season. 


Tyer King (22) WR 

King leads the tea in receiving with 38 receptions and 457 yards receiving with 5 touchdowns on the season. 


Bricen Brantley (23) WR 

At 6’2 Brantley has some amazing height and skills to pair. He is not too far from the top spot receiving for the team with 23 receptions and 402 yards and 5 touchdowns on the season. 


Blaise Tita (22) OLB 


Ethan Cox (22) DL 


( we will update the stats as Thursday night approaches for all athletes if you want more stats, and more in-depth analysis on players please subscribe ) 



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