Lone Star Gridiron

Class 6A LSG 2018 Offensive Player Of The Year

Each year, Lone Star Gridiron sends out ballots to our Fans, TXHSFB Coaches, Brotherhood members and our staff/contributors. We compile those votes to select our players and coaches of the year.

This year, Longview's Haynes King was selected as the 2018 Class 6A LSG Offensive Player Of The Year. King led the Lobos to a great season finishing with a perfect 16-0 record and winning the Class 6A Division II Championship.

King was 184 of 266 passing for 3,879 yards and 42 touchdowns.

King took four official visits to Texas A&M, Tennessee, Auburn and Duke in over the past month. Reports say that Texas A&M and Tennessee appear to have emerged as front runners.

Katy RB Deondrick Glass was the Runner Up while SOPH QB Dematrius Davis from Galena Park North Shore finished 3rd.

Other players that were in the running.

WR Jaxon Smith Rockwall
RB T.J. McDaniel, Southlake Carroll
WR Kamden Perry, Longview
RB Jaylin Hastings, Northside Jay
RB (JR) Zach Evans, Galena Park North Shore
WR Garrett Wilson, Lake Travis
RB James Fullbright, Waco Hewitt Midway

Previous Winners :

2017 - QB Tanner Mordecai (Waco Hewitt Midway)
2016 - QB Charlie Brewer (Austin Lake Travis)
2015 - QB Sam Ehlinger (Austin Westlake)
2014 - QB Kyler Murray (Allen)
2013 - QB Kyler Murray (Allen)
2012 - WR Jake Oliver (Dallas Jesuit)
2011 - RB Trey Williams (Spring Dekaney)


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Want to see how 2018 Longview team stacks up against some of the best all time?

Friday Night Legends Board Game

We have the 2017 and 2018 teams already created and game board players around the world are coaching the Lobos against some of the greatest teams in history.

2017 Longview The 2017 Lobos turned in another excellent season that ended just short of a title After getting past Lufkin by 1 point (33-32) in the Quarterfinal round, they lost to State Runner-Up Waco Hewitt-Midway by 2 (28-26)

2018 Longview  Head Coach John King (2018 Class 6A Coach of the Year) had brought the Lobos to the title game twice before but came up short. With his son Hayne at QB, they won the 2018 State Championship 35-34 over Beaumont West Brook

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