All-City offense


Jett Carroll head shot



Jett Carroll, Coronado JR

Stepped into huge shoes to lead the Mustangs’ offense and grew into the role nicely by leading the city with 3,179 passing yards and 31 touchdowns through the air.

Running backs

Trent White, Monterey SR

Bulldozed his way to 1,254 yards pm 174 totes in a season when he led in major ways other than as player. Plowed into the end zone 9 times and topped the 100-yard mark seven times in 10 games.

Judge Thomason, LCP SR

Hard-nosed runner carved out 1,406 yards to anchor the Pirates’ offense and showed a nose for the end zone with 15 touchdowns and added 81 yards on 9 receptions.

Receivers/Tight Ends

Tate Beeles

Frenship's Tate Beeles

Trevor Stephens, Coronado SR

Turned into a solid final season, blending steady receiving skills – 65 catches for 1,148 yards with 12 touchdowns – with a key role as a blocker to carve an important spot in the high-octane Mustangs’ offense.

Hebrew Hunter, Monterey SR

Gave the Plainsmen a dynamic option in the passing game with a team-best 40 receptions for 793 yards (19.8 yards per catch) and 6 touchdowns.

Larry Williams, Estacado SR

Versatile weapon for the Matadors with a team-best 40 receptions for 589 yards and 3 touchdowns, while also filling an effective role as a wildcat quarterback with 7 TDs in his 22 rushing attempts.

Tate Beeles, Frenship JR

Despite missing four games with an arm injury, Beeles delivered a spectacular junior campaign with 34 receptions for 630 yards and 10 TDs. He topped the city with 105 receiving yards per game.


Blu Harvey, Coronado SR

Veteran presence in the middle of a road-grading Mustangs’ line, Harvey helped Carroll’s transition to the varsity level.


Tanyon Zachary, LCP SR

Massive presence on a Pirate line that generated huge rushing numbers and was the emotional leader up front as well.

Colter Lynch, LCP JR

Joined the Pirate program from Panhandle and fit in nicely for an offense that leans on its interior linemen.

Jihad Lateef

Estacado tackle Jihad Lateef


Jihad Lateef, Estacado SR

Entered the season regarded as one of the best linemen in Texas and lived up to that reputation by grading out at 94% for the season with 105 pancake blocks.

Karson Jones, Frenship SR

Manned the left tackle spot for one of the city’s more prolific offenses that churned out 396.9 yards a game, with quarterback Chad Pharies staying upright and clean most of the time.



Keith Ramirez

Lubbock High's Keith Ramirez

Holt Gibson, LCP SR

Shrugged off knee ailment in the third week of the season and came back after missing two games locked in to give the LCP offense an emotional lift. He finished with 2,113 passing yards and 16 TDs.

Running backs

Jayden Hibbler, Monterey SO

Supplied a perfect complement to Trent White with 709 yards on 94 carries with 5 TDs and will be a key building block in the future.

Keith Ramirez, Lubbock High JR

Was a hard-nosed component to the Westerner offense and pounded his way to 629 yards on the ground with 4 TD runs in an injury-shortened campaign.

Receivers/Tight Ends

Brady Barnett, LCP SR

Gave the LCP offense a big-play target at tight end with 22 receptions for 449 yards and 4 trips to the end zone.

Surreal Garrett, Coronado JR

Blossomed into a reliable threat in district play and wound up with 31 receptions for 462 yards and 7 touchdowns.

Michael Coleman, Lubbock High JR

Missed some time with an injury but still led the Westerners with 29 grabs for 518 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Genesis Walker, Estacado SR

Supplied the Matador offense with a strong secondary receiving option with 26 catches for 413 yards and a team-best 5 TDs through the air.

Keegan Wehrman Tanyon Zachary

LCP linemen Keegan Wehrman (61) and Tanyon Zachary (71) block Randall defender Aiden Dreup.


Keegan Wehrman, LCP SR

In a season when the Pirates operated with three quarterbacks, he was consistent in the middle of a powerful o-line.

Isaiah Kema head shot



Jonathan Diaz, Estacado JR

Gave the Matadors a big and effective bookend to Lateef at right tackle and graded out at 91% with 78 pancake blocks.

Isaiah Kema, Frenship JR

Manned the opposite side of the line as Karson Jones and was strong run-blocker on the side where the Tigers ran most often.


Holton Hendrix, LCP SO

Stepped back onto the football field and carved a niche as a solid blocker on the edge for the Pirates.

Karson Young, Coronado SR

Bulky big man was a huge presence up front for a revamped offensive line that congealed as the season wore on.