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TXHSFB Stars Shine in Week 6 of College Football

TXHSFB stars shine in college football
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There were some big upsets, a lot of drama, and some great performances by Texas high school football stars in Week 6 of college football. Here are some of those perfromances, in no particular order:

Rockwall HS football helmetWR Jaxson Smith-Njigba, Rockwall HS (Ohio State):

Smith-Nijigba caught five passes for 103 yards in the 66-17 win over Maryland.

As a senior at Rockwall, he caught 108 passes for 2161 yards and 35 touchdowns.

Lake Travis HS football helmet

WR Garrett Wilson, Austin Lake Travis HS (Ohio State):

Wilson made 5 catches for 84 yards and 2 touchdowns in the 66-17 win over Maryland.

At Austin Lake Travis during his senior year, Wilson caught 70 balls for 1151 yards and 19 touchdowns.

Waco Midway HS football helmet

QB Tanner Mordecai, Waco Midway H.S. (SMU):

Mordecai was 30/40 passing for 324 yards and 2 touchdowns, with 1 INT in a 31-24 win over Navy.

At Midway HS in Waco, he passed for 4395 yards and 53 touchdowns, completing 303 passes on 506 attempts as a senior.

Fort Bend Dulles HS football helmet

WR Ainias Smith, Fort Bend Dulles HS (Texas A&M):

Smith caught six passes for 85 yards and 2 touchdowns in a 41-38 win over #1 Alabama.

As a senior at Fort Bend Dulles HS, Smith caught 55 passes for 717 yards and 10 touchdowns.

Katy HS football helmet

K Seth Small, Katy HS (Texas A&M):

Small drilled a 28-yard game-winning field goal to defeat #1 Alabama 41-38 on Saturday night. As a senior at Katy, Small converted 12 of 17 field goals, including a long of 47-yards, and was 68 of 70 on extra points.

Victoria East HS football helmet

QB Bailey Zappe, Victoria East HS (Western Kentucky):

Zappe was 38 of 60 passing for 523 yards, five touchdowns and 1 INT in a 52-46 loss to UTSA.

As a senior at Victoria East, he passed for 3770 yards and 37 touchdowns.


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