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Vote: Who should be SBLive's Texas Offensive High School Football Player of the Week? (9/18/2023)

We want to hear from you: Who had the best offensive effort across the Lone Star State in Week 4?

Texas high school football Week 3 is officially in the books.

Each week throughout the season, SBLive is taking a look at the top high school football performers across the Lone Star State. We gathered the best of the best, separated offense from defense and now it's your turn to cast your vote on a winner.

Here are SBLive's Texas Offensive Football Player of the Week nominees for September 14-16. Scroll down to read about this week's list and cast your vote in the poll below. Voting remains open until Sunday, September 24, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. Central time.

Know of a performance worthy of recognition we may have missed? Let us know who we missed. Drop a note to or @SBLiveTX on Twitter and Instagram and back it up with stats.


Cade Bortnem, Lake Dallas senior quarterback.

Cade Bortnem, Lake Dallas senior quarterback.

Cade Bortnem, quarterback, Lake Dallas, sr.

Led Lake Dallas' 41-13 blowout of Grand Prairie. In the process, he threw for 454 passing yards and six total touchdowns.

Ty Bryson, Hamshire-Fannett, quarterback, jr.

Threw for 300 yards and five touchdowns in a 62-0 win over Splendora.

Terry Bussey, Timpson, quarterback, sr. 

Recorded four touchdowns in his first full game back at Timpson this season. The 5-star athlete took the game's first run 47 yards for a score (Read more).

Brennan Carroll, San Antonio Roosevelt, running back, sr.

Took 37 carries for 272 yards and four rushing touchdowns in a 28-24 win over Madison on the road. 

Jalen Cooper, Steele, wide receiver, jr.

Recorded eight catches for 263 yards and four touchdowns in a 62-31 win over Midland Legacy.

Edgar DeLuna, Sonora, running back, sr.

Went for 218 yards and four touchdowns on the ground and turned five catches into 70 receiving yards in a 45-18 win over Harper.

Bruce Hendrick, Rudder, running back, jr.

Took 12 carries for 184 yards and three touchdowns in a 31-16 win over Chaparral.

Micah Hudson, Lake Belton, wide receiver, sr.

Had six catches for 140 yards — season-high 217 total yards — in a 44-35 win over Killeen Shoemaker.

Will Kryzysiak, Argyle, wide receiver, jr.

Logged 285 receiving yards and five touchdowns (313 yards of total offense) in a 62-0 win over Montgomery.

DJ Lagway, Willis, quarterback, sr.

5-star Florida commit accounted for six total touchdowns in a thrashing of Conroe. 

Eli Mascarenas, Lake Belton, quarterback, jr.

Completed all 13 of his pass attempts for 289 yards and four touchdowns to lead Lake Belton to a 44-35 win over Killeen Shoemaker.

Jordan Martin, Kimball, wide receiver, sr.

Caught five balls from quarterback Armirie Williams-Hall and made the most of each, logging 179 yards and two touchdowns in a 55-14 win over Arlington.

Cash McCollum, China Spring, quarterback, sr. 

Delivered completions on 14 of 16 pass attempts for 307 yards and six touchdowns in a 61-41 win over Connally.

Kyle Owens, Keller, running back, sr.

Backup running back carried a mountainous load: 37 carries for 196 yards in a 36-20 win over Haslet Eaton.

Titus Pettiway, Manor, running back, sr.

Took 30 carries for 262 yards and four touchdowns in a 42-31 win over McNeil.

Jamal Polley, Edinburg Vela, running back, sr. 

Rushed 327 yards on 21 carries and six touchdowns in a 42-35 win over Weslaco East on Thursday.

Jacques Spradley-Demps, Pflugerville Weiss, wide receiver, sr.

Hauled in 10 catches for 154 receiving yards and two touchdowns 

Landen Williams-Callis, Randle, running back, fr.

Turned 18 rushes into 226 yards and three touchdowns in a blowout of Bryan.

Armirie Williams-Hall, Kimball, quarterback, jr.

Went 18 for 24 with 482 passing yards and seven touchdowns to lead a 55-14 win over Arlington Sam Houston.