Notable Players-TAPPS Division 1

Notable Players-TAPPS Division 1 Playoffs

Take a look below at the notable players-TAPPS Division 1 playoffs. They are in no particular order.

Notable Players-TAPPS Division 1 Playoffs

QB Sawyer Anderson, Parish Episcopal:

Anderson has passed for 2571 yards, 28 touchdowns, and 3 INTs. The Panthers face off against Prestonwood Christian on Saturday.

RB Andrew Paul, Parish Episcopal:

Paul has rushed for 1511 yards and 25 touchdowns. At 5-11, 220-pounds, he is rated a 3-star prospect by 247sports.

Paul holds 15 scholarship offers: Auburn, Cal, Colorado, Colorado State, Houston, Marshall, Michigan State, Missouri, Purdue, South Alabama, Texas State, Houston Baptist, Illinois State, Morgan State, and Sam Houston.

RB Isaiah Schmidtke, Bishop Lynch:

Schmidtke has rushed for 1369 yards and 14 touchdowns. The Friars take on St. Thomas Catholic on Saturday.

QB Jake Wright, St. Thomas Catholic:

Wright is the next great quarterback to come out of St. Thomas. He has passed for 3326 yards, 38 touchdowns, and only 1 INT (in 277 pass attempts). Wright is completing 72% of his passes.

WR Cameron Price, St. Thomas:

Price has caught 72 passes for 1317 yards and 14 touchdowns.

QB Ryver Rodriguez, Midland Christian:

Rodriguez has passed for 1750 yards and 14 touchdowns, and he has rushed for 1275 yards and 26 touchdowns. Rodriguez leads Midland Christian against Nolan Catholic on Saturday.

RB Kewan Lacy, Nolan Catholic:

Lacy has rushed for 1218 yards and 13 touchdowns. Lacy and the Vikings are coming off a 49-0 rout of St. John XXIII last Saturday.

RB Brandt Ahlfinger, All Saints (Fort Worth):

Ahlfinger has gained 1117 rushing yards and scored 15 touchdowns.

QB Sylas Gomez, Central Catholic (San Antonio):

Gomez has passed for 1642 yards and 17 touchdowns, and 3 INTs, and has rushed for 653 yards and 11 touchdowns. He has committed to Army (according to 247sports). Central Catholic takes on All Saints on Saturday.

The TAPPS Division 1 semifinals are scheduled for November 27th. The championship game is set for December 4th.

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