The Bucs' offense - led by WR Damon Gladney, QB Dak Prescott (Mississippi State commit), WR Jordan Craft, and RB Marlon Seets - put up some stunning numbers, including 84 points vs. Huntington and 64 vs. St. Michael.
Gladney, the top target of Prescott, was named first-team all-state after catching 70 passes for 1,227 yards and 15 touchdowns.
"We accomplished a lot and it was the most fun that I've had in awhile with football," said Gladney. "My biggest games were against Woodlawn (Baton Rouge), where I had 185 yards receiving, and the Franklinton game, where I had 10 catches for 177 yards and 4 touchdowns."
Despite his gaudy, eye-popping stats, Gladney isn't hearing from too many schools just yet.
"I'm getting mail from Texas A&M and Arkansas," he said. "But I don't get mail from colleges at the house, so I'll have to see what's in my locker when we return to school.
"I like a lot of schools - Mississippi State, of course, because Dak's going there and we're good friends. That's a place that I'm definitely interested in."
Gladney is an unassuming, humble player who also takes care of business in the classroom.
"I couldn't believe it when I when I saw that I made first-team all-state," he said. "After the Franklinton game, everyone said that I would at least make honorable-mention, but I wasn't so sure."