Led his team to a 3-0 start and averaged 46 points per contest. Has great natural arm strength and has the ability to hit all the throws. The Elite 11 is going on in California right now and Stewart belongs amongst those who were selected for that honor.
Tyler Jones (2013) - QB - Stephenville
One of the less heralded throwers in the Lone Star State, but very efficient. Many were picking The Jackets to take home the state 7v7 title and with the Jones to WR Brice Gunter connection they may have been right.
Aaron Mosley (2014) - WR - Liberty
Keep an eye on this 6'4, 175-pound wide receiver. He has a great vertical leap to go along with his height. He can high point the ball with the best of them. Definitely a junior to watch. Had one of the best catches over a defender in the front corner of the end-zone to help secure a Championship bracket birth.
Jakari Dillard (2014) - WR – Princeton
Dillard is another one of these tall freak athletes at the wide receiver spot. A possession kid who can get up and get the ball.
Nathan Elliott (2015) - QB - Celina
The first sophomore to be on the list. He has already had success under the Friday Night Lights and continues to get stronger and stronger. Celina slid under the radar as a contender this year, but with Elliott's solid play they are back in the hunt.
Ty Slanina (2013) - ATH - East Bernard
His team did not make the Championship Bracket after a 1-2 start, but it was not because of his efforts. He played multiple positions and in the team's lone win he threw for a couple of touchdowns and grabbed a touchdown pass. One of the fastest players I saw.
Also standing out:
QB Kadarius Baker (Navasota, 2013), WR Deionte Thompson (West Orange-Stark, 2015), TE Bryson Burtnett (Springtown, 2013), TE Charlie Reid (All Saints, 2013), WR Brice Gunter (Stephenville, 2013), QB/WR Demun Mercer (La Marque, 2013), WR Damitri Morris (St. Pius X, 2013)