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6A Region III

Joshua Cooper          North Shore

Kasen Harrison          Beaumont United


5A Region III

Amaree Abrams       PA Memorial

Sean Haggerty          Crosby

Hayden Hefner         Nederland

Kenneth Lofton, Jr.  PA Memorial


4A Region III

Braelon Bush            Silsbee

Jacob Harvey           Huffman

Chris Martin             Silsbee

Brock McClure        Lumberton

Teraven Rhodes       Lufkin Hudson

Baxter Wirth           Hardin-Jefferson


3A Region III

Sebastine Amaro           New Waverly

Jacoby Bishop              Coldspring

Devante Caldwell         Central Heights

Earnest Ceasar            East Chambers

Herbert Gums              Diboll

Duke Lawniczak          Coldspring

Javaughn Luster         Diboll

Tom McDade              Hempstead

Jaquade Warren          Kountze


2A Region III

Jordan Boykins          Shelbyville

Mason Britton            Broaddus

Jay Buckley              Shelbyville

Cole Foster               Big Sandy

Jayden Hicks           San Augustine

Mike Hogg, Jr.         Tenaha

Hayden Jenkins      Tenaha

Lance Mosley          West Hardin

Colby Parker            Shelbyville

Braedon Rayon       Hull-Daisetta


1A Region IV

Davaun Perkins            Leggett

JaColby Sells               Leggett



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