Our end-of-regular-season Player of the Year polls continue with standouts from the 3A level.
A player of the year poll is included at the bottom for you to cast your vote for who you think should be our 3A Player of the Year.
This list below may not contain all of the top players and is listed in no particular order. This poll is for you. It is for fun. Vote as often as you like. The poll allows you to refresh your browser and vote every few minutes. Get your friends and school to vote for your player. Have fun!
Note: Players are listed in alphabetical order.
QB Braden Bennett (Jr.), Mount Vernon
Led Mount Vernon to a 10-0 regular-season record as the Tiger offense averaged 50.1 points per game.
RB Elliot Brown (Sr.), River Road
The leader of River Road’s run-heavy offense, he helped lead the Wildcats to their third-straight playoff berth.
WR Caydon Coffman (Sr.), Mount Vernon
The leading receiver for Mount Vernon’s high-flying offense, he finished the regular season with 16 touchdown catches.
TE Aydon Cox (Sr.), Pilot Point
Had over half of Pilot Point’s receiving yards as the Bearcat offense finished the regular season averaging 36.3 points per game.
RB Ernest Davila (Sr.), Poteet
Averaged 241 rushing yards per game during the regular season as Poteet won its first district title since 2005.
QB Hunter Dawson (Jr.), Odem
Led Odem in both passing and rushing yards as the Eagles won their sixth district title in the past seven years.
LB Edgar DeLuna (So.), Sonora
The leading tackler on the Broncos defense as Sonora went 6-4 in the regular season.
RB Waylan Dunn (Sr.), Millsap
The workhorse for the Bulldogs out of the backfield as they averaged 34.1 points per game and made the playoffs for the second-straight season.
LB Sterling Gartin (Jr.), Whitesboro
A force for Whitesboro at linebacker as it finished 6-4 in the regular season.
RB De’Anthony Gatson (Sr.), Newton
A three-star commit to USC, he has been the bell cow for Newton this year as the Eagles look to make another deep playoff run.
QB Hut Graham (Sr.), Gunter
A Texas Tech commit, he led Gunter to a 10-0 regular season as the centerpiece of its pistol offense.
RB Duce Hart (Sr.), Malakoff
The leading rusher for the Tigers, he helped them overcome an 0-3 start to finish the regular season 7-3.
RB Jayden Jones (Jr.), Yoakum
A key force for Yoakum on the ground this year, he finished the regular season with 22 rushing touchdowns.
DB/RB Luke Martinez (Jr.), Lamesa
Finished with eight interceptions defensively for Lamesa, while also leading the team in rushing yards.
RB TJ McCutcheon (Jr.), West
Put up big numbers for the Trojans on the ground all year long as they finished the regular season undefeated for the first time since 1976.
QB Gunner McElroy (Jr.), Peaster
Helped lead Peaster to its first-ever playoff berth in just its third varsity season.
QB Lawson Nairn (Sr.), Millsap
A dual-threat quarterback, he helped lead Millsap’s high-powered offense as the Bulldogs averaged 34.1 points per game.
LB Xavier Nash (Jr.), Atlanta
A bright spot for Atlanta this year as he led the Rabbits with 170 total tackles on the season.
RB/LB Dawson Pendergrass (Jr.), Mineola
A big source of offense for the Yellowjackets as they finished the regular season 6-4 while averaging 31.4 points per game.
RB Price Pruett (Sr.), Hallettsville
Led Hallettsville in rushing yards as the Brahmas went 8-2 during the regular season.
QB Chris Teten (Jr.), Dublin
A key part of a Dublin offense that loved to air the ball out this year as he threw for 2,963 yards and 30 touchdowns.
QB/LB Alex Trevino (Sr.), Lubbock Roosevelt
Led the Eagles in rushing yards in their flexbone offense, while also serving as a key contributor at linebacker on defense, as they finished the regular season undefeated.
RB/S Bryson Washington (Jr.), Franklin
An outstanding athlete, he and his brother Bobby led Franklin to an undefeated regular season as it seeks to avenge its state title game defeat last season.
WR Kendall Williams (Sr.), Tatum
The leading receiver on an explosive Tatum offense that averaged 42.6 points per game this season.
RB Kutter Wilson (Sr.), Brock
The bell cow for the Eagles on the ground this year as they finished the regular season undefeated for the second year in a row.
RB Xavier Wishert, (Sr.), Jim Ned
A dominant force on both sides of the ball for Jim Ned, he led the team in rushing and was one of its leading tacklers from his linebacker position.
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