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VYPE's No. 1 Conner Weigman
Two days before the Early Signing Day for college football, it's chaos.
With college coaches moving around a violent job carousel, some high school prospects are getting caught up in the wash. Time waits for no one, so let’s see where Houston's best will be playing their college ball... for now.
VYPE's HOT 100
No. 1 Conner Weigman, Bridgeland, QB, Texas A&M
No. 2 Denver Harris, North Shore, DB
No. 3 Harold Perkins, Cy Park, Athlete
No. 4 Kelvin Banks, Summer Creek, OL, Texas
No. 5 Kameron Dewberry, Atascocita, OL
No. 6 Kris Ross, North Shore, DT, Texas
No. 7 Chris Marshall, FB Marshall, WR, Texas A&M
No. 8 Malick Sylla, Katy, DE, Texas A&M
No. 9 Donovan Green, Dickinson, TE, Texas A&M
No. 10 Matthew Golden, Klein Cain, WR
No. 11 Dillon Bell, Kinkaid, WR, Georgia
No. 12 Julian Humphrey, Clear Lake, DB, Georgia
No. 13 Martrell Harris, The Woodlands, LB, Texas A&M
No. 14 Noah Thomas, Clear Springs, WR, Texas A&M
No. 15 AJ Holmes, Westfield, DT
No. 16 PJ Williams, Dickinson, OL, Texas A&M
No. 17 Caleb Douglas, Hightower, WR
No. 18 Nicholas Anderson, Katy, WR, Oklahoma
No. 19 Ty Kana, Katy, LB, Texas Tech
No. 20 Jaydon Blue, Klein Cain, RB, Texas (foregoes senior season)
No. 21 Justin Medlock, Manvel, LB
No. 22 Bobby Taylor, Katy, DB, Texas A&M
No. 23 Quardale Patt, Stafford, DT, Houston
No. 24 Gerrod Henderson, Spring, DT
No. 25 Dylan Dixson, Pearland, S, Colorado
No. 26 Timi Gagophien, Hastings, OL, Ole Miss
No. 27 Bishop Davenport, Spring, QB, Utah State
No. 28 Marcus Scott II, Conroe, DB, Missouri
No. 29 Joshua Wiggins, Klein Oak, DB, Colorado
No. 30 Owen Pewee, Cy Park, LB, UTSA
No. 31 Collin Wright, Manvel, S, Stanford
No. 32 Bryce Simpson, Cy Ranch, OL, Baylor
No. 33 Tyler King, Alief Taylor, WR, Texas Tech
No. 34 Carter Brown, Dawson, K, Arizona State
No. 35 Bert Emanuel Jr., Ridge Point, QB
No. 36 Kaden Sieracki, The Woodlands, OL, Baylor
No. 37 Tai Leonard, North Shore, DE
No. 38 Tevin Shaw, Manvel, OL, Houston
No. 39 JP Deeter, Manvel, DT, Purdue
No. 40 Cale Hellums, Tomball, QB, Army
No. 41 Trudell Berry, Baytown Lee, WR, Vanderbilt
No. 42 Cody Mladenka, College Park, TE, Baylor
No. 43 Logan Tanner, St. Pius X, TE, San Diego State
No. 44 Cardell Williams, Westfield, QB, Tulsa
No. 45 Dorian Friend, Spring, DB
No. 46 Keith Wheeler, Atascocita, WR, Tulsa
No. 47 Calvin Harvey, Ridge Point, OL, Oklahoma State
No. 48 Christian Williams, FB Marshall, OL, Louisiana Lafayette
No. 49 Jhalyn Bailey, North Shore, WR
No. 50 Kivon Wright, Manvel, DE, Boston College
No. 51 Colby McCalister, Clear Brook, DB, Kansas State
No. 52 Chase Sowell, Atascocita, WR
No. 53 Randy Masters, Yates, WR, UNLV
No. 54 Chibby Nwajuaku, Cy Ranch, DT, Rice
No. 55 Jaydon Johnson, FB Marshall, WR, ULL
No. 56 Reece Sylvester, Baytown, DB, Rice
No. 57 Bra’lon Jones, Spring, LB
No. 58 Bryce Grays, FBCA, DB, Washington State
No. 59 Van Wells, CE King, OL
No. 60 Sean Dubose Jr., Tompkins, DE, New Mexico
No. 61 Jacobe Chester, FB Marshall, DB, Sam Houston
No. 62 Landon Roaten, Tomball, OL, Tulsa
No. 63 Thomas Jewett, Strake Jesuit, TE, Sam Houston State
No. 64 Jeffrey Ugo, George Ranch, DB
No. 65 Adari Haulcy, FB Marshall, DB, New Mexico
No. 66 Ben Ferguson, The Woodlands, WR
No. 67 Travis Bates, Tomball, DT, Colorado State
No. 68 Terrance Cullivan, Bridgeland, DB, Air Force
No. 69 Camron Cooper, Dayton, DT
No. 70 Jacoby Brass, North Shore, DT
No. 71 DeJuan Lewis, Shadow Creek, LB
No. 72 Eli Smith, Second Baptist, RB, Villanova
No. 73 Demone Green, Heights, DL
No. 74 Jerrell Wimbley, CE King, RB, SFA
No. 75 Kendrell Webb, Paetow, DB
No. 76 Isaiah Bogerty, Stafford, DE
No. 77 De’Monte Seymore, Manvel, RB, Central Arkansas
No. 78 Ky Woods, Clear Springs, RB
No. 79 David Oke, Hastings, DL
No. 80 CJ Dumas, Paetow, QB
No. 81 Dorian Gates, Klein Oak, DT
No. 82 Brooke Honore Jr., Manvel, P/WR
No. 83 Austin Yeager, Foster, OL, Incarnate Word
No. 84 Duke Leonard, Cy Woods, OL, Fordham
No. 85 Hayden Jansky, Magnolia West, DT
No. 86 Demetrius Strahan, Crosby, OL, Incarnate Word
No. 87 Kent Battle, North Shore, LB
No. 88 Cameron Gray, Dobie, Athlete
No. 89 Jaiden Robertson, Dekaney, DB
No. 90 Corey Flagg, North Shore, DB
No. 91 Tyler Lee, Tomball, OL, Army
No. 92 Jake Ferree, Clear Springs, DE
No. 93 Kentrell Mason, Humble, OL
No. 94 Jalen Morrison, Heights, QB
No. 95 Jake Sock, Pearland, QB
No. 96 Michael McBride, Clear Springs, LB
No. 97 Everett Skillern, Second Baptist, LB, Brown
No. 98 McCoy Casey, Crosby, DE
No. 99 Jacob Brown, Paetow, RB
No. 100 Luke Roaten, Tomball, DL
HOUSTON - If you didn't fasten your seatbelt on Friday night for the opening round of the 2021 Texas high school football playoffs, it was a wild ride.
The slate was full of great talent and match-ups across the board with some big surprises in the end. Here are my five big takeaways from the busy night.
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It’s game day! Bi-District playoffs vs Ft Bend Marshall! Excited to see our Eagles compete! #EFH pic.twitter.com/8eBI3F71VC— Carl Abseck (@abseckbhfb) November 12, 2021
It’s game day! Bi-District playoffs vs Ft Bend Marshall! Excited to see our Eagles compete! #EFH pic.twitter.com/8eBI3F71VC
When Carl Abseck came over to Barbers Hill in the offseason from perennial power Cedar Park, we knew something special could happen with his magic touch. Beating undefeated Fort Bend Marshall in the opening round after going 5-5 on the year was not quite on that list. But that's what Barbers Hill did on Friday night with a 42-21 victory.
Brent Holdren was unstoppable for the Eagles, going 15 of 20 (75 percent) for 162 yards, two touchdowns and a pick. Holdren also rushed for 122 yards and two scores in the win. Garrett Hagler busted out of the backfield for 152 yards and two scores on just 29 carries. The Eagles outscored the Buffs 22-0 in the third quarter, which ended up being the difference in the end.
Fort Bend Marshall quarterback Ja'Koby Banks was held to 10 of 24 for 101 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions.
Barbers Hill faces A&M Consolidated next week in the Class 5A Division II Area Round.
This FINISH!!! @ConnerWeigman to @andrewmaleski6 for the win!! Unbelievable with 15 seconds left ... game of the night!! #txhsfb (🎥: @hayliestmedia | @VYPEU_A) @MaxPreps @KPRC2RandyMc @HTownHSS @CyFairISD pic.twitter.com/PyFd3v8uxb— VYPE Houston (@vypehouston) November 13, 2021
This FINISH!!! @ConnerWeigman to @andrewmaleski6 for the win!! Unbelievable with 15 seconds left ... game of the night!! #txhsfb (🎥: @hayliestmedia | @VYPEU_A) @MaxPreps @KPRC2RandyMc @HTownHSS @CyFairISD pic.twitter.com/PyFd3v8uxb
Bridgeland needed that Conner Weigman magic on Friday night. The Texas A&M-commit with just 15 seconds remaining in the game hit Andrew Maleski on a perfect pass in the end zone to put the Bears up a point in a 34-33 victory over Klein Collins.
The win snapped Klein Collins' six-game winning streak after an 0-4 start to the year for the Tigers. Weigman and company had to dig their way out of a multi-touchdown deficit to pull off this victory. This is a Bridgeland team that doesn't panic and that showed on Friday night when down 33-21 with just 8:18 left in the game. From that point on, Bridgeland outscored Klein Collins 13-0 to win the game.
Bridgeland takes on College Park next week. That game is set to be played at Woodforest Bank Stadium on Friday with kickoff slated for 7 p.m.
WildKat Nation!!! @WillisWildkats1 defeats Dekaney for its first PLAYOFF WIN since 2010!!! The first-ever as a Class 6A program! #txhsfb (@DerekLagway @WillisSchools) pic.twitter.com/wF3CeftgrJ— VYPE Houston (@vypehouston) November 13, 2021
WildKat Nation!!! @WillisWildkats1 defeats Dekaney for its first PLAYOFF WIN since 2010!!! The first-ever as a Class 6A program! #txhsfb (@DerekLagway @WillisSchools) pic.twitter.com/wF3CeftgrJ
The previous four trips to the playoffs have been a one and done for the Wildkats of Willis. And never before had they won a Class 6A playoff contest.
Well, check that box off and officially put an end to the streak. Willis defeated Dekaney on Friday 22-14, pushing them to 6-5 on the year and getting the program its first playoff win since beating Magnolia West 46-45 in 2010. This is just the sixth playoff win in program history. The Wildkats came storming back in the fourth quarter with a 13-point frame to beat Dekaney. Quarterback Derek Lagway was 4 of 13 for 75 yards and two scores, while tailback Jerrod McHenry had 107 yards and a score on just eight carries.
This unit will have to produce more than 238 yards of total offense next week when they face Tomball in the Class 6A Division II Region II Area Round. Tomball is coming off a 52-29 victory over Cy Park on Thursday night. This will be the second meeting of the year for Willis and Tomball as the two met in the season-opener back in August. Tomball won that meeting 40-27. The Wildkats haven't reached the third round of the playoffs since 1994.
Willis faces Tomball on Friday, Nov. 19, at 7 p.m. at Planet Ford Stadium in Spring.
TOUCHDOWN! Bishop Davenport finds Wide open receiver in the end zone for the score! @bishoptheQB 6:51 left in the 3rd QuarterLions- 24Highlanders- 21 pic.twitter.com/aauJfqCBif— VYPE Houston (@vypehouston) November 13, 2021
TOUCHDOWN! Bishop Davenport finds Wide open receiver in the end zone for the score! @bishoptheQB 6:51 left in the 3rd QuarterLions- 24Highlanders- 21 pic.twitter.com/aauJfqCBif
The Woodlands held Spring down in the opening half of Friday's bi-district contest, leading 21-17 at the break. But Spring's explosive offense is something that can be held back for a bit but not forever. In the second half, Bishop Davenport, the Utah State-commit and company went to work. The Lions roared to a 35-point second half, while the defense held The Woodlands to just 14 points in an eventual 52-35 win.
Davenport finished the game 15 of 25 for 353 yards, three touchdowns and one interception. He also rushed for another 95 yards. Joey Fussell may of had just 61 yards on 13 carries but three of those totes ended in the endzone. Cadyn Bradley was Davenport's top target with six catches for 224 yards and three scores. The Spring offense amassed 512 total yards of offense.
The Woodlands' Mabrey Mettauer went 17 of 32 for 250 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions.
Spring faces Klein Collins next week in the Class 6A Division I Region II Area Round on Friday, Nov. 19 at Klein Memorial Stadium with a 7 p.m. kickoff.
Spring’s Gerrod Henderson Jr. dominated all night on defense pic.twitter.com/ICnqbSAKGe— VYPE Houston (@vypehouston) November 13, 2021
Spring’s Gerrod Henderson Jr. dominated all night on defense pic.twitter.com/ICnqbSAKGe
How many times have we seen this script play out? A team comes back to defeat someone they lost to earlier in the season in the playoffs. A few years ago, that was North Shore beating Katy in the playoffs after losing the opener to them - North Shore went on to win a state title that year.
So, when the Clear Falls vs Pearland Dawson match-up arose in the opening round, some may have thought this would be an easy win for the Knights since they had beaten the Eagles handily, 31-7, in the opening week. But that was in August. That was a LONG time ago in the high school sports world.
Pearland Dawson didn't back down Friday night avenging that loss with a 35-31 victory, outscoring Clear Falls 14-7 in the fourth quarter to get the win. Pearland Dawson signal-caller Colin Johnson had a phenomenal night going 20 of 28 (71% completion rate) for 313 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions. Bryce Burgess was the main back with 24 carries for 106 yards and one score, while Ryan Guillo was Johnson's top target with 10 grabs for 171 yards and two scores. A 17.1 yards/catch mark isn't a bad stat either.
David Smith led the Clear Falls offense with 157 yards and three scores on 23 carries.
The win propels Pearland Dawson into a showdown with Summer Creek on Friday at 7 p.m. inside Humble ISD's Turner Stadium.
.@cincofb junior RB Eric Eckstrom discusses the Cougars’ 44-0 6A-D2 bi-district playoff win over Bush tonight. Eckstrom had more than 100 yards rushing and three touchdowns to lead the Cougars. #txhsfb @KatyISDAthletic @CincoAthletics pic.twitter.com/OayjNyt1Th— VYPE Houston (@vypehouston) November 13, 2021
.@cincofb junior RB Eric Eckstrom discusses the Cougars’ 44-0 6A-D2 bi-district playoff win over Bush tonight. Eckstrom had more than 100 yards rushing and three touchdowns to lead the Cougars. #txhsfb @KatyISDAthletic @CincoAthletics pic.twitter.com/OayjNyt1Th