Tom Fox 1. Dontre Wilson, DeSoto/ 160 carries, 945 yards, 20 TDs/ Wilson, an Oregon pledge, started the game against Duncanville poorly, fumbling inside the Red Zone on DeSoto’s opening drive. But from that point, he was sparkling. In his final drive of the game (DeSoto’s first drive of third quarter) Wilson drove the ball down the field himself with eight carries, scoring his second touchdown of the night.
Louis DeLuca 2. Kyle Hicks, Arlington Martin/ 166 carries, 1,106 yards, 22 TDs/ Hicks, a Wildcat quarterback for Martin, had his most balanced game of the season in a 42-21 win over Arlington Lamar. Hicks, committed to Texas, rushed for 139 yards and two scores, and passed for a touchdown, completing nine of his 10 attempts for 81 yards.
Joel Moore 3. Ke’aun Kinner, Little Elm/ 262 carries, 2,122 yards, 22 TDs/ Kinner is steadily driving to the top of these rankings. In a 31-27 loss to Prosper, Kinner rushed 55 times for 332 yards and four touchdowns. It was the senior’s fourth 300-yard game this season.
Lisa Owens Photography 4. Bryan Driskell, McKinney Boyd/ 173 carries, 1,290 yards, 13 TDs/ Driskell had his first poor game of the year, in a 34-7 loss to Allen. He broke only one run of note, a 14-yarder, but didn’t do much else, finishing with 29 yards on 17 carries
Khampha Bouaphanh 5. Daniel Gresham, Fort Worth All Saints/ 83 carries, 964 yards, 17 TDs/ Gresham continues maximizing every carry. He ran the ball only six times against Cistercian, but managed 56 yards and two touchdowns. The junior, pledged to Texas, is scoring a touchdown every 4.88 carries.
File Photo 6. Marquel McNac, South Garland/ 214 carries, 1,443 yards, 15 TDs/ Another good game for McNac – 22 carries for 114 yards and a score – wasn’t enough in a 34-25 loss to Garland. McNac still leads 5A rushers in yards and carries.
Steve Hamm 7. Teriyon Gipson, Kimball/ 141 carries, 1,207 yards, 14 TDs/ Gipson set his career best in season rushing yardage last week, with a 12 carry, 117-yard game in a win over Molina. His 1,207 yards topped the 1,166 yards he had as a sophomore in 2010.
Stewart F. House 9. Dare Odeyingbo, Cistercian: 231 carries, 1,512 yards, 23 TDs/ The sophomore (6-2, 215) has been the definition of workhorse, rushing for over 100 yards in all but one of Cistercian’s nine games.
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