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The Way Too Early 210 Top 10 for 2020 #TXHSFB Season


Who is the favorite in 2020?

Depends on who you ask. As far the best team in San Antonio, logic would dictate Brandeis, Converse Judson, Cibolo Steele, and Schertz Clemens would be heavily involved in that discussion.

Things change. There is attrition. Things happen.

As always, this is subject and will likely change before August.

Way Too Early 6A 210 Top 10

  1. Brandeis (13-1) – With preseason All-Area Player of the Year candidate Jordan Battles at quarterback, anything is possible. There is enough left over on the roster with plenty of depth coming into key positions for Brandeis. Sophomore-to-be Alex Wyatt is one to watch in the recruiting world. Pint-sized junior Aiden Inesta-Rodriguez is a technical anomaly — whether at wide receiver or defensive back his technique is off the charts good. Another point of note is defensive lineman Josh Green, a move in prior to last season from Del Rio. He will apply constant pressure on any quarterback in the area in 2020 once again.
  2. Cibolo Steele (8-3) – Quarterback Wyatt Begeal will be in his fourth season as starter. Depending on how the districts align next month, hypothetically the bracket could avoid the vaunted Austin teams until much later in the playoffs. Two running back to watch are sophomore Jaydon Bailey and junior Te’Shaun Singleton. There will be holes to fill, but Cibolo Steele seems to do that better than anybody. A potential gem in recruiting is linebacker Caleb Lewis. Expect him to garner interest this spring due to his frame and athletic ability. You can be sure there is a line of prospects ready to step in at defensive back to help replace Texas A&M bound Jaylon Jones.
  3. Schertz Clemens (10-2) – The District of Doom champion outlasted Converse Judson and Battle of 3009 rival Cibolo Steele in dramatic fashion and seems to have Smithson Valley’s number in low scoring old-fashioned wins. Quarterback Max DiDomenico is as good as it gets in the area, running back Am’ari Williams is a scat back who can go the distance. Tackle Jackson Andrews has FBS potential. The defense will be relatively new, but ought to have enough holdovers to make a smooth transition.
  4. Converse Judson (13-1) – Going to be difficult to replace quarterback Mike Chandler II, but having elite level running back De’Anthony Lewis available is a good place to start. The offensive line is loaded with experience in a dominating fashion. Defensively, junior Treylin Payne is a potential Texas Top 100 prospect. Donnie Moody is a bona fide FBS prospects joining Payne at linebacker. No. 4 is worse case scenario for Converse Judson.
  5. Johnson (6-5) – There were rumors about the ability of Ty Reasoner at quarterback heading into his sophomore season. As a junior, Reasoner exceeded those expectations. Wide out Shane Johnson is a home run threat. In the trenches, Johnson is amongst the most well coached teams in the area.
  6. Brennan (9-2) – Freshman Ashton Dubose is a prospect to watch at quarterback for the Bears. Dubose played valuable snaps in key situations the entire season for the Bears and perhaps even more than planned after starter Jordan Flores went down due to injury. Jalin Spells is a potential deep threat in the passing game. There is speed and talent on the defense.
  7. Reagan (6-6) – With junior quarterback Lance Lorenz having nearly an entire season as an unexpected starter under his belt, he and sophomore-to-be Carson Green are perhaps the most intriguing backfield in the area. Stayton Ankrom has FBS ability and fantastic bloodlines. On defense, end Pryce Yates is one of the most heralded prospects in the Class of 2021 in San Antonio.
  8. O’Connor (9-3) – Only O’Connor knows what they have for 2020. Sure it will be another chase for a district title in the NISD district once again. The cupboard is never bare at O’Connor.John Locke is the top returnee for O’Connor after grabbing five touchdown receptions as a sophomore. Locke may be the next quarterback depending on what happens this spring.
  9. East Central (5-5) – The Hornets found a serviceable quarterback in Caden Bosanko. Offensive lineman Elexander King is one of the best in the area. Six-foot-five wide out Anston Bryant-Kelley could be in line for a huge campaign. The wildcard with the Hornets will be who takes over at running back for East Central. You would have to think 2022 RB Ta’Dion Lott would be involved in the discussion.
  10. New Braunfels (5-5) – This could be a team that plays its way into the top five at some point next season. Depending on how district alignments play out, this is a dangerous team no matter where they wind up. Peyton Driggers is one of the most successful quarterbacks in the area, while the 2022 class is loaded.
    210 Eleven – Harlan (12-1 in 5A Division I) – With Kannon Williams back at quarterback as a three-year starter, lightning quick running back A.J. McDade, and junior break out star Dre Spriggs on offensive, expect the Hawks to put up some serious points in whichever district they end up. Harlan will be a problem for the old guard of the Northside ISD.
    Baker’s Dozen
    12. Wagner (13-2 in 5A Division I) – With Isaiah Williams back at quarterback to go along with L.J. Butler in the backfield, there is enough experience on offense for the vaunted Thunderbird option attack to figure in whatever district Wagner ends up in. There is still a lot of talent leftover, so a playoff push may be looming.
    13. Stevens (7-4) – Sophomore quarterback K.K. Brashears showed flashes as a freshman starter at quarterback. Defensive tackle Joshua Gonzalez may be the top prospect overall in the entire area.

Others Considered –
Smithson Valley (6-5) – It’s Smithson Valley. They will be a playoff contender no matter who lines up.
Roosevelt (9-2) – Depth was a key factor for the Rough Riders in 2019.
Madison (9-3) – Madison always has a lot of talent on both sides of the football that. Probably the biggest slight on the list.
Cornerstone Christian (7-3, IND.) – From the 2020 season forward, Cornerstone Christian will be measured against 6A competition.

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