Brett Deering - Getty Images It's no secret that the Dallas-area is ripe with talent. This recruiting hotbed usually produces numerous college football stars at 2013 was no different. Here is a look at 10 local products that had big seasons in college football this year.
Ronald Martinez - Getty Images QB Bryce Petty, Baylor/ High School: Midlothian/ 2013 stats: 3,844 yards, 30 TD/ Briefly: Petty was one of the most prolific quarterbacks in the nation this season and led Baylor to its first BCS bowl in program history.
Tim Heitman - USA TODAY Sports DE Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas/ High School: Plano West/ 2013 stats: 80 tackles, 21 TFL, 12 sacks/ Briefly: Despite Texas struggles on defense, Jeffcoat was consistently a playmaker rushing off the edge.
Denny Medley - USA TODAY Sports QB James Franklin, Missouri/ High School: Lake Dallas/ 2013 stats: 2,255 passing yards, 412 rushing yards, 23 total TD/ Briefly: Franklin made plays with his arm and legs and led Missouri to the SEC title game, where it fell to Auburn.
George Frey - Getty Images DE Josh Mauro, Stanford/ High School: L.D. Bell/ 2013 stats: 49 tackles, 11.5 TFL, 4 sacks/ Briefly: Mauro didn't have the moster season many expected, but he was still one of the better defensive ends in the Pac-12 this season.
Ezra Shaw - Getty Images WR Ty Montgomery, Stanford/ High School: St. Mark's/ 2013 stats: 59 receptions, 937 yards, 10 TD, 997 kick return yards, 2 TD/ Briefly: Montgomery was a big part of Stanford's offense and was also electric on special teams.
Jeff Roberson - AP RB Marcus Murphy, Missouri/ High School: DeSoto/ 2013 Stats: 571 yards, 9 TD, 509 kick return yards/ Briefly: Murphy wasn't the feature back for the Tigers this year, but he was a nice change of pace guy that helped the offense fire on all cylinders.
Jamie Squire - Getty Images RB James Sims, Kansas/ High School: Irving MacArthur / 2013 stats: 1,110 yards, 7 TD / Briefly: Sims quietly put together a very nice season and was one of the top rushers in the Big 12.
Stephen Spillman - AP LB Terrance Bullitt, Texas Tech/ High School: Garland Naaman Forest/ 2013 stats: 33 tackles, 3 TFL, 1 sack/ Briefly: Texas Tech isn't known for its defense, but Bullit was one of the few bright spots on the unit.
Brett Deering - Getty Images WR Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State/ High School: Denton Guyer/ 2013 stats: 52 receptions, 623 yards, 2 TD, 364 punt return yards, 2 TD/ Briefly: Stewart missed a few games due to injury but still proved to be one of most dynamic offensive weapons in the Big 12.
Tom Fox - Staff Photographer WR Mike Davis, Texas/ High School: Skyline/ 2013 Stats: 49 receptions, 715 yards, 8 TD/ Briefly: Davis was the Longhorns' top receiver this season and finished sixth in the Big 12 with 65 yards per game.
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