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VYPE DFW Preseason Wide Receiver of the Year Poll

Ready or not, football season will be here before you know it. It's time for us to continue our weekly polls to let the fans decide their preseason players of the year. Here's the list of winners so far!

  • Kicker - Chase Allen, Colleyville Heritage
  • Offensive Lineman - Jake Majors, Prosper
  • Linebacker - Jayden Brown, Mesquite
  • Tight End - Jagger Hebeisen, Colleyville Heritage
  • Defensive Lineman - Will Prendergast, Prosper

The VYPE Films Poll of the Week – VYPE DFW Preseason Wide Receiver of the Year is now live! Fans will have the chance to vote until Wednesday, July 24th, at 7 p.m.

Please note that the use of voting software or bots will result in a deletion of votes and a potential DQ from the contest. PLEASE try to keep this fair and fun for all involved!

All athlete polls and their content are only associated and created by VYPE Media and its staff. The content is not created or voted on by any corporate sponsor or marketing partner. Please contact VYPE Media directly if you have any questions, comments, or concerns around our Fan Polls.

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<a href="https://poll.fm/10366454">VYPE FILMS POLL: VYPE DFW Wide Receiver Preseason of the Year (Closes Wed. 7/24 at 7pm)</a>

DFW Coaching Carousel: 5A

We're inside of 50 days before the start of the 2019 high school football season. Last year led to some pretty exhilarating moments and wonderful, underdog storylines.

And just like the professional and college ranks, success - and failure - breeds the constant revolving door for Texas high school head coaches.

So we're going to look at who's new at which school per classification.

Tracking 5A

The 5A classification is also filled with top tier teams in the Metroplex with aspirations to capture either the DI or DII titles. From Highland Park and Aledo to Denton Ryan and Ennis, a number of teams are seen as legit state contenders.

Through the offseason, nine schools in 5A have made head coaching changes, whether through retirements or resignations.

1. Aledo

2018 Record: 16-0
Old Coach: Steve Wood
New Coach: Tim Buchanan

After three state titles in a five-year run with Steve Wood, former Aledo head coach of 21 years and five state titles of his own Tim Buchanan returns to the sideline. Wood heads to the athletic director role.

Will Aledo repeat with Tim Buchanan back as head coach?
Yes
No

DFW Coaching Carousel: 6A

We're inside of 50 days before the start of the 2019 high school football season. Last year led to some pretty exhilarating moments and wonderful, underdog storylines.

And just like the professional and college ranks, success - and failure - breeds the constant revolving door for Texas high school head coaches.

So we're going to look at who's new at which school per classification.

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