ALL-AMERICAN HS FOOTBALL SUPER 16
SKILL MVP PLAYERS OF THE WEEK – THREE & FOUR
Recruiting Coordinator, North Texas, 1972-73, Denton, TX
Football Super Scout, Dallas Cowboys, 1975-76, Dallas, TX
Founder of MEARS PLAYER RATING SYSTEM, 1979, Dallas, TX
Founder of First HS Football Recruiting Service, 1979, Houston, TX
Founder of First Super Select Baseball Team, 1990, Houston, TX
Founder of First 7on7 National Championship, 2001, Houston, TX
Founder of HS All-American Bowl Game, 2005, Shreveport, LA
Founder of Super Elite Top Gun Combine, 2007, Honolulu, HI
Super Scout, Lestini Free Agent Combine, 2013, Mobile, AL
This year, I have become Twitter Friends with many of these High School Football Super-Star Football Players, and so I have decided to go back to my Selection of High School Football Dandy Dozen Skill MVP Players Of Week.
Each Week, I will Select the Super 16 Skill High School Football Players of the Week. One of my Rules, in the Past is that to be Selected, you have got to Win Your Game, unless the Performance of the Player was so Sensational, I could not overlook them.
I have just Counted 186 Players that I Follow and they also Follow Me on my Max Emfinger Scout Twitter Account. I am sure that there are probably Another 30-40 Players that Follow me on Twitter.
1. On Sept 23 – Senior QB Peyton Bahlinger (5-11, 170, 4.5) of Ascension Christian, Louisiana Completed 23 of 35 Passes for 476-Yards Passing and Four Touchdowns in their 35-28 Loss to Westminister Christian. After Four Games, Bahlinger (#10) has Completed 55 of 80 Passes for 1,280-Yards and 16 Touchdowns.
2. On Sept 16 – Senior QB Chase Allison (#10) of Robinson, Texas Completed 15 of 30 Passes for 405-Yards and 6 Touchdowns. He also Rushed for another 5 Yards, giving him 410-Yards of Total Offense in a 61-36 Victory over Athens.
3. On Sept 16 – Senior QB Myles Brennan of St Stanislaus, Mississippi Passed for 366-Yards and Five Touchdowns as Brennan (#12) broke the Mississippi All-Time High School Career Passing Record with 12,801 Career Yards. Brennan (#12) is an LSU Verbal.
1. On Sept 23 – Senior QB/ATH Zac Oden (6-2, 190, 4.6) of Montevallo, Alabama Completed 23 of 40 Passes for 298-Yards and Four Touchdowns. Oden (#7) also Rushed for another 107-Yards, giving him 405-Yards of Total Offense in a 37-27 Victory over Centreville Bibb County, Alabama.
2. On Sept 23 – Senior QB/ATH Jontre Kirklin (6-1, 175, 4.42) of Lutcher, Louisiana Completed 20 of 31 Passes for 324-Yards and Two Touchdowns. He also Rushed for another 60-Yards and a Touchdown, giving him 384-Yards of Total Offense in their 56-13 Victory over New Orleans McMain. Kirklin (#13) is an LSU Verbal.
3. On Sept 16 – Senior QB/ATH Keytaon Thompson 0f New Orleans Landry-Walker, Louisiana Completed 15 of 24 Passes for 202-Yards and Three Touchdowns. He also Rushed for another 167-Yards and Three more Touchdowns, giving him 369-Yards of Total Offense and Six Touchdowns in their 42-20 Victory over New Orleans St Augustine. Thompson (#5) is a Mississippi State Verbal.
4. On Sept 16 – Senior QB/ATH Aldon Clark of New Orleans Edna Karr, Louisiana Completed 17 of 21 Passes for 334-Yards and Four Touchdowns. He also Rushed for 22-Yards, giving him 356-Yards of Total Offense in a 55-46 Victory over New Orleans Brother Martin. Clark (#1) is an Arkansas State Verbal.
5. On Sept 23 – Senior QB/ATH Shawn Robinson (6-3, 215, 4.42) of Desoto, Texas Completed 13 of 22 Passes for 298-Yards and Two Touchdowns. He also Rushed for 57-Yards and a Touchdown, giving him 355-Yards of Total Offense in a 33-18 Victory over Cedar Hill, Texas.
6. On Sept 16 – Senior QB/ATH Jakyle Holmes (5-10, 195, 4.38) of Ponchatoula, Louisiana Rushed for an Amazing 292-Yards and Four Touchdowns on 16 Carries. He also Passed for another 45-Yards, giving Holmes (#6) 337-Yards of Total Offense in their 45-30 Victory over Loranger.
ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK
1. On Sept 23 – Senior RB Braylon Jones (5-6, 160, 4.4) of Zachary, Louisiana Rushed for 302-Yards on only 14 Carries and he also had 6 Catches for another 169-Yards, giving Jones (#13) 471-Yards of Total Offense in their 63-33 Victory over Shreveport Calvary Baptist.
2. On Sept 23 – Senior RB Kylin Hill of Columbus, Mississippi Rushed for 239-Yards and Three Touchdowns on 12 Carries. He also had a 46-Yard Catch and a Kick-Return of another 42-Yards, giving him 327-Yards of Total Offense in their 59-13 Victory over Desoto Central, Mississippi. Hill (#8) is a Mississippi State Verbal.
1. On Sept 16 – Senior WR Elijah Mitchell (5-11, 210, 4.58) of Erath, Louisiana had a Sensational Game in the 41-0 Victory over Abbeville Vermilion Catholic, Louisiana Game as he Rushed for 304-Yards on 16 Carries and an Amazing Five Touchdowns. As a Junior, he Rushed for 1,903-Yards and 28 Touchdowns, giving him 4,045-Yards Rushing and 50 Career Touchdowns. Mitchell (#3) is a ULL Verbal.
2. On Sept 9 – Senior RB Keyshawn Harper (5-11, 185, 4.4) of Mobile B.C. Rain, Alabama had a Sensational Game in a 42-24 Victory over Gulf Shores, Alabama. Harper (#1) Rushed for 292-Yards and Four Touchdowns on 36 Carries.
SPECIAL RUNNING BACK
1. On Sept 23 – Senior RB Noah Igbinoghene (6-0, 185, 4.4) of Trussville Hewitt-Trussville, Alabama had one of the Most Incredible Games of the Year. In a 55-0 Victory over Center Point, Alabama, he Rushed for 172-Yards on only 3 Carries and also had Two Pass Catches for 49-Yards, giving Igbinoghene (#9) an Incredible 221-Yards of Total Offense on ONLY Five Touches of the Football.
SPECIAL TWO-WAY BACK
1. On Sept 9 – Senior RB/FS Michael Anderson (6-0, 190, 4.4) of Chatom Washington County, Alabama in a Wild 50-48 Victory over Gilbertown Southern Choctaw. In this Game, on Offense, Anderson Rushed for 190-Yards and Two Touchdowns on 11 Carries; had Two Catches for 72-Yards and a Touchdown; and Returned a Kickoff 75-Yards and his Fourth Touchdown, giving him 347-Yards of Total Offense. Then on Defense, Anderson Recorded 6 Solo Tackles, 7 Assisted Tackles, and Caused a Fumble.
2. On Sept 23 – Senior WR/DB Anthony Chappetta of Slidell Pope John Paul, Louisiana was Sensational on both sides of the Football in their 41-15 Victory over Springfield, Louisiana. On Offense, Chappeta (#2) Caught 3 Passes for 116-Yards and Two Touchdowns and on Defense, he Recorded 16 Tackles and had 3 Pass Breakups.