Trey Williams Named NUC Texas High School Football Player of the Year

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NUC Lone Star Superstars are Released for the Great Football State of Texas

NUC Lone Star State Player of the Year Trey Williams

"Trey Williams is one of the top players in the USA and had a fantastic year this year in Texas, which is why he is player of the year. " Coach David Schuman , President of

The Texas high school football season has come to a close and the National Underclassmen would like to recognize 20 NUC Lone Stars on a successful 2011 season. Below are those players that have appeared throughout the season in the weekly article "Lone Star's Shine".

Three of the NUC Lone Star's ended up participating in the Texas UIL Football State Championships. Bralon Addison led his Hightower, TX Hurricanes to the 5A DI finals coming up one touchdown short of victory. Griffin Gilbert helped the Lake Travis, TX Cavaliers win their fifth consecutive 4A DI title. Trey Williams helped the Dekaney, TX Wildcats complete the 2011 Texas Football season with a 5A DII State Title.

It is now time to announce the NUC Lone Star Player of the Year. Trey Williams carried the ball a staggering 427 times for 3,884 yards while rushing for 48 touchdowns. The deciding factor on why he was chosen was his final performance in the 5A DII State Championship game. He carried the ball 25 times for 197 yards and three scores helping his team defeat previously unbeaten Cibilo Steele, TX 34-14. We would also like to recognize the runner-up for the award Bralon Addison who led his team to the 5A DI State Title game. Addison ran for 183 yards and two scores while throwing for one touchdown in 36-29 loss to Southlake Carroll, TX.

Here is a look at this years's NUC Lone Star Top Performers:

Bralon Addison, QB/ATH, Ft. Bend Hightower, TX (2012)
Team Record: (13-3) 5A DI State Finalist
Season Stats: 134 of 238 56.3% for 2,158 yards 22 TDs 3 INTs; 190 carries for 1,625 yards 20 TDs.
Recruiting: Texas A&M Commit

Chance Allen, WR, Ft. Bend Elkins, TX (2012)
Team Record: (8-3)
Season Stats: 52 catches for 892 yards 10 TDs.
Recruiting: Seven plus DI offers at this time.

Matt Davis, QB/ATH, Klein Forest, TX (2012)
Team Record: (6-4)
Season Stats: 94 of 198 47.5% for 1,483 yards 13 TDs 9 INT; 172 carries for 931 yards 12 TDs.
Recruiting: Texas A&M Commit

Bryan Driskell, RB, McKinney Boyd, TX (2013)
Team Record: (8-3)
Season Stats: 317 carries for 2,072 yards 6.54 YPC 28 TDs; 13 catches for 95 yards one TD.
Recruiting: Getting interest from several schools in Texas.

Dane Evans, QB, Sanger, TX (2012)
Team Record: (9-2)
Season Stats: 188 of 305 61.6% for 3,057 yards 35 TDs 14 INTs; 70 carries for 313 yards 5 TDs.
Recruiting: Tulsa Commit

Griffin Gilbert, TE/WR, Lake Travis, TX (2012)
Team Record: (16-0) 4A DI State Champions.
Season Stats: 47 catches for 942 yards 16 TDs.
Recruiting: TCU Commit

Brooks Haack, QB, Katy, TX (2012)
Team Record: (12-1)
Season Stats: 122 of 206 59.2% for 1,991 yards 31 TDs 4 INTs; 41 carries for 108 yards 6 TDs.
Recruiting: Louisiana Lafayette Commit

Russell Hansbrough, RB, Arlington Bowie, TX (2012)
Team Record: (9-4)
Season Stats: 131 carries for 1,238 yards 9.45 YPC 18 TDs; 8 catches for 55 yards one TD.
Recruiting: Arizona State Commit

Eric Hawkins, WR, Longview, TX (2012)
Team Record: (11-2)
Season Stats: 16 catches for 384 yards 6 TDs; 6 carries for 33 yards.
Recruiting: Arkansas Commit

Kolby Listenbee, QB/ATH, Arlington Bowie, TX (2012)
Team Record: (9-4)
Season Stats: 99 for 159 62.3% for 1,202 yards 9 TDs 3 INTs; 138 carries for 746 yards 9 TDs.
Recruiting: TCU Commit

Will Martin, RB, Arlington Seguin, TX (2012)
Team Record: (4-6)
Season Stats: 118 carries for 768 yards 6.51 YPC 8 TDs; 20 catches for 340 yards 4 TDs.
Recruiting: He is still getting interest from smaller DI schools.

Cole McKeel, RB/ATH, Flower Mound, TX (2013)
Team Record: (3-7)
Season Stats: 66 carries for 417 yards 6.3 YPC 2 TDs; 40 catches for 381 yards 6 TDs.
Recruiting: Getting interest from several schools within the state of Texas.

Aaron Piper, ATH, Duncanville, TX (2013)
Team Record: (7-4)
Season Stats: 40 carries for 215 yards 5.4 YPC 3 TDs; 14 catches for 143 yards 2 TDs.
Recruiting: Getting strong interest from several DI schools.

Austin Robinson, QB, Episcopal, TX (2013)
Team Record: (7-3)
Season Stats: 112 of 200 56% 1,309 yards 10 TDs 7 INTs; 86 carries for 337 yards 7 TDs.
Recruiting: Getting interest from several DI schools in the South.

Devin Rushing, RB, DeSoto, TX (2012)
Team Record: (10-2)
Season Stats: 126 carries for 810 yards 6.4 YPC 16 TDs; 10 catches for 117 yards 2 TDs.
Recruiting: Air Force Commit

Zach Sanchez, ATH, Keller Central, TX (2012)
Team Record: (8-3)
Season Stats: 45 catches for 994 yards 13 TDs; 21 carries for 67 yards 3 TDs.
Recruiting: Baylor Commit

Kendall Sanders, ATH, Athens, TX (2012)
Team Record: (5-5)
Season Stats: 818 rushing yards 15 TDs; 34 catches for 530 yards 5 TDs; 3 INTs.
Recruiting: Texas Commit

Jeffrey Thomas, WR, Duncanville, TX (2012)
Team Record: (7-4)
Season Stats: 59 catches for 899 yards 12 TDs.
Recruiting: Colorado Commit

Jonathan Williams, RB, Allen, TX (2012)
Team Record: (11-1)
Season Stats: 187 carries for 1,169 yards 6.3 YPC 12 TDs; 14 catches for 161 yards 2 TDs.
Recruiting: Arkansas Commit

Trey Williams, RB, Spring Dekaney, TX (2012)
Team Record: (14-2) 5A DII State Champions
Season Stats: 427 carries for 3,884 yards 9.1 YPC 48 TDs; 3 catches for 55 yards 2 TDs.
Recruiting: Texas A&M Commit

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