We all know that high school football in Texas is a hotbed of recruiting and that there is immense talent out statewide, regardless of their class or star rating. With that in mind, two names are presented here:
Lagway is leading the offense for the Willis Wildkats. A 6-3, 190-pound quarterback, Lagway had 594 yards, 9 touchdowns and 1 INT. He also ran for 393 yards and 6 touchdowns.
Against Tomball, Lagway had 227 yards and three touchdowns. In the game against Bellaire, he had 184 yards and six touchdowns in a 50-27 victory.
He totaled 3 touchdowns and 1 INT, plus 60 rushing yards against Klein Collins. In total, Lagway has totaled 987 yards so far this season.
It has garnered the interest of college coaches at summer camps before and now has scholarship offers from Arkansas, Baylor, Georgia Tech, Houston, LSU, Texas A&M and Texas Tech.
Lagway and the Wildkats face the Woodlands Highlanders Thursday night at 7 p.m. at Woodforest Stadium.
A two-way street player at quarterback and cornerback for Arlington Seguin. Brice plays around 90% of his team’s snaps. He plans to play cornerback in college, so his coach Joe Morgan makes sure he trains about 50% of the time with defense so he can work on his covering skills and playing. of legs.
He’s a 3-star prospect engaged in Oklahoma, according to 247sports. He holds 11 scholarship offers from the State of Utah, Tulsa, Tulane, Kansas, Baylor, Hawaii, State of Illinois, Missouri, SMU, and Texas.
So far this season, Brice has managed 440 yards, 2 touchdowns and 4 INTs. He also added 466 rushing yards and 4 touchdowns, averaging 12 yards per carry. Brice totaled 906 yards.
In 2020, he played wide receiver and had 469 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Seguin goes to face Everman on Friday night at 7 p.m.