Meet the 2022 Amarillo Globe-News Football Super Team, best … – Amarillo Globe-News

Hack was the AGN Preseason Player of the Year and was nearly the postseason Player of the Year after the impressive season he had.
Hack was the definition of a dual threat athlete in his final prep season. He completed 125-of-211 passes for 2,174 yards with 29 touchdowns and just seven interceptions. He was just as dangerous with his legs as he rushed for 1,520 yards and 26 touchdowns. He was also a standout safety and kicker for the Panthers.
The West Texas A&M commitment is expected to make waves with new head coach Josh Lynn and the Buffs following a senior campaign in which he was one of the most accomplished athletes in the Texas Panhandle.
The Wildcats advanced farther than any team in the Panhandle, reaching the Class 3A Division II semifinals. Though Camren Cavalier and the offense deserve a ton of credit for that run, don’t overlook the work McLanahan and the defense did during that run.
If you look at McLanahan’s numbers, you assume there has a to be a typo. Including the playoffs, the senior finished the year with 226 total tackles with 44 coming for a loss.
Yes, really.
Forty of those tackles came unassisted, he compiled seven sacks with five hurries, forced two fumbles and broke up two passes. It was a season to remember for the linebacker, whom head coach Chris Koetting called “a tackling machine.”
Including the playoffs, he finished with 3,069 passing yards, 31 touchdowns and just eight interceptions, while rushing for 1,537 yards and 36 touchdowns.
The Texas Tech signee rushed for 2,160 yards and 31 touchdowns to lead the entire Panhandle, via Amarillo Globe-News statistics.
Rushed for 1,640 yards and 18 touchdowns for the district champion Longhorns.
Led the Panhandle in receiving with 55 catches for 1,000 yards and 14 touchdowns, via Amarillo Globe-News statistics.
Amarillo Globe-News Player of the Year Armando Lujan’s favorite target hauled in 62 catches for 991 yards and 11 scores.
Three-time all-district selection hauled in 43 catches for 823 yards and 15 touchdowns. Also compiled 17 pancakes and 47 kickouts blocking and rushed for 240 yards and four touchdowns.
Finished his final year with a 98% grade, 54 pancakes, 72 kickouts, 33 knockdowns and was named District MVP.
The best blocker on one of the best offenses in the area.
96% grade, 63 pancakes, 14 kickouts, 41 knockdowns on one of the best offenses in 2A.
The best blocker on one of the best offenses in all of Class 3A.
Graded at 90%, notched 23 pancake blocks and allowed zero sacks all season for one of the best offenses in Class 2A.
Avion Carter gets all the headlines, but Ledoux piles up the stats. Had 75 tackles, six pressures, seven sacks and nine tackles for a loss.
Had 90 tackles, 15 for a loss, 17 hurries and two sacks with three forced fumbles.
Finished with 86 tackles, 13 for a loss, seven sacks and two blocked kicks.
Including the playoffs, he finished with 187 total tackles, 29 for a loss, nine hurries, four sacks, two forced and recovered fumbles, three pass deflections and two interceptions.
Had a case for Defensive Player of the Year with 166 total tackles, including 97 solo, 10 sacks, a pick-six, two forced fumbles, five fumble recoveries and a blocked punt.
Insane stat line saw him compile 191 total tackles, 43 for a loss, 13 sacks, 22 hurries, three forced fumbles and three recovered fumbles.
Put up 142 total tackles, 20 for a loss, six sacks, an interception, five pass breakups, two forced fumbles, two recovered fumbles and eight hurries.
Tied for the regular season lead in the Panhandle with six interceptions, via Amarillo Globe-News weekly statistics.
Finished with 65 tackles and seven interceptions. Ran for 1,600 yards and 22 touchdowns on offense, as well.
Led the Sandies with 94 tackles, three interceptions and three pass deflections.
Ended the year with six interceptions, three for touchdowns, and eight pass breakups.
Made 9-of-10 field goals with a long of 48, was 42-of-43 on extra points and had 43 touchbacks on 67 kickoffs.
Averaged 38.5 yards per punt.
Defined do-it-all player. Ran for 1,336 yards and 23 touchdowns and caught eight passes for 181 yards and two scores on offense. Recorded 157 tackles on defense with one interceptions, two fumble recoveries, six forced fumbles, blocked a punt and blocked an extra point.
Went 247-of-389 for 3,360 yards, 41 touchdowns and just seven interceptions while rushing for another seven scores.
Ran for 1,476 yards and 18 touchdowns in the Wolves’ first season of existence.
Rushed for 1,349 yards and 18 scores while hauling in 14 passes for 198 yards and four touchdowns.
One of the top recruits in the area hauled in 51 catches for 948 yards and 12 touchdowns in the regular season.
Caught 69 passes for 1,319 yards and 15 touchdowns.
He caught 57 passes for 1,003 yards and 13 touchdowns at receiver, ran for 93 yards and a score, returned eight punts for 143 yards and a touchdown, and seven kickoffs for 113 yards.
Graded out at 92% with 30 pancakes.
One of the top offensive linemen in the city who helped pave the way for the Longhorns running attack.
Was the top offensive lineman on one of the top passing offenses in the coutnry.
All-District selection at center.
One of the top lineman in the state the last few years.
The consensus number one recruit in the area. TCU signee compiled 66 tackles, seven pressures, five sacks, eight tackles for a loss and forced a fumble.
Had 91 tackles, two sacks, five hurries and 21 tackles for loss for the Demons.
Totaled 133 tackles, with 30 for a loss, 11 sacks and 13 pressures.
In the regular season, led the Panhandle in sacks with 9.5, via Amarillo Globe-News weekly statistics.
Finished with 128 total tackles, four forced fumbles, 13 pressures, seven sacks, 26 TFLs and five pass deflections.
One of the top tacklers in the Panhandle with 151 total stops.
One of the leading tacklers in the area with 143 total stops.
Had 68 tackles, 11 pass breakups and seven interceptions including the playoffs.
Finished with 109 tackles in total with nine pass breakups, two forced fumbles and an interception in nine games.
Snagged four interceptions with 10 pass breakups.
Picked off five passes, compiled 102 tackles, eight for a loss and three forced fumbles.
Made five field goals while going 103-for-106 on extra points.
Downed 10 punts inside the 20-yard line with an average of 34.8 yards per punt.
Threw for 945 yards and nine touchdowns, ran for 1,286 yards and 12 touchdowns, and had 73 tackles with seven for a loss on defense.
QB Brady Thompson, Highland Park
QB Mason Graham, Amarillo High
QB Reid Macon, West Plains
QB Kyler Read, Dalhart
QB Logan Lassiter, Olton
QB Daniel Herrera, Bovina
QB Nathan White, Randall
ATH Kit Mancina, Shamrock
RB Damian Cedillo, Tulia
RB Isaias Dominguez, Perryton
RB Sam Johnson, Canyon
RB Treshun Wilson, Tascosa
ATH Tayden Barnes
RB Ivan Soto, Bushland
RB Mario Bautista, Friona
RB Zane Burr, Stratford
RB Daniel Sianez, Muleshoe
WR Jameson Garcia, Amarillo High
WR Karomo Collins, Plainview
WR Luke Braden, Stratford
WR TJ Tillman, Tascosa
WR Joel Olivas, Olton
WR Cade Crosby, Dalhart
WR Kagan Davis Sunray
WR Eric Alvarez, Hereford
WR Jake Soliz, Olton
WR Cuyler Mize, Panhandle
WR Cole Purcell, Bushland
WR Baylor King, Bushland
OL Deishun Rodriguez, Amarillo High
OL: Korbin Preston, Panhandle
OL: Jared Rosales, Booker
DL Brandon Pierson, Memphis
DL Ivan Flores, Caprock
DL Jaay Sully, Boys Ranch
DL Eric Avila, Canadain
DL Jaydan Tovar, Dumas
DL Jacob Greeson, Amarillo High
DL Juice WIlliams, Booker
DL Jaxher Lopez, Muleshoe
DL Triston Moore, Palo Duro
DL Noel Orozco, Sunray
DL Tripper Taylor, Pampa
LB Eddy Mpela, Amarillo High
LB Aundre Reyes, Caprock
ATH Chris Labue, Canyon
LB Ethan Nevarez, Wellington
LB Bryson Choate, Panhandle
LB Austin Rider, Bushland
LB Aurelio Medrano, Dumas
LB Paxton Green, Vega
LB Jordan Avina, River Road
LB Damian Marquez, Olton
LB Wyatt Davis, Canadian
LB Dakari Hollings, Palo Duro
LB Bryce Braden, Stratford
LB Lincoln White, Tascosa
LB Dylan McWhorter, Borger
LB Quentin Elam, West Plains
LB Eric Ramirez, Booker
LB Mason Gilbert, Randall
DB Koein Maeda, Tulia
DB Yoda Robinson, Tulia
DB Jamel Acosta-Lewis, Caprock
DB Ke’Mauri Pinkard, Tascosa
DB Parker Dunnam, Dumas
DB Judas Reyes, Muleshoe
DB Tate Butcher, Bushland
DB Tae Session, Pampa


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