INSIDE THE NUMBERS: City's Class 6A stat leaders plus gallery
So, after three weeks of Houston high school football, the Class 6A stat leaders in the Bayou City are coming into focus.
Some are doing it on the ground, while others schools are airing it out. Mayde Creek is now 3-0 and in the VYPE Top 20 as the Rams are ball-controlling with Julius Loughridge toting the rock. He is one of the city's leading rushers
Not surprise who is throwing at an alarming rate -- Heights, FB Travis, Atascocita and Clear Falls.
The best offense in the city? Pearland is rolling up 553 yards per game.
The best defense? Humble has outscored their opponents 183-6 and is giving up 69 yards per game.
Here are the top Stat-Stuffers.
Aldyn Bradley, Spring, 588 Yards
Dylan Campbell, Stake Jesuit, 583 Yards
Carbrey Barnes, Tomball Memorial, 528 Yards
Jacob Henriquez, Pasadena, 478 Yards
Quajon Charles, College Park, 466 Yards
Julius Loughridge, Mayde Creek, 464 Yards
Kenzo Viteri, Klein, 439 Yards
Demarcus Barlow, Aldine Davis, 433 Yards
Omar Jarmon, Sam Houston, 428 Yards
Ron Hoff, Katy, 389 Yards
Jalen Morrison, Heights, 1,008 Yards
Eric Rodriguez, Travis, 957 Yards
Brice Matthews, Atascocita, 871 Yards
Gavin Esquivel, Clear Falls, 824 Yards
Caleb Weaver, Jersey Village, 798 Yards
Christian Pack, Conroe, 784 Yards
Connor Weigman, Bridgeland, 700 Yards
Jalen Milroe, Tompkins, 683 Yards
JD Head, Pearland, 675 Yards
Colton Marwill, Tomball Memorial, 631 Yards
Michael Pheonix, Conroe, 472 Yards
Clyde Bellow, Deer Park, 430 Yards
Dylan Goffney, Bridgeland, 428 Yards
Andrew Lutz, College Park, 386 Yards
Dwight McGlothern, Klein Oak, 381 Yards
Parker Washington, Travis, 380 Yards
Willie McCoy, Bellaire, 370 Yards
Khaliq Abdul-Mateen, Cy Lakes 363 Yards
Daniel Dishman, Clear Falls, 362 Yards
Troy Omeire, FB Austin, 346 Yards