The El Paso Times finally released the names of the High School Football All-District Team:
Overall MVP: QB Cedarious Barfield, Jr., El Dorado
Defensive MVP: DE Mike Munoz, Sr., Americas
Offensive MVP: RB Joshua Fields, Sr., Americas
Defensive Newcomer of Year: DE Carter McFadin, Soph., Coronado
Co-Offensive Newcomer of Year: RB Kevin Averette, Jr. Pebble Hills; WR Khatib Lyles, Soph., Franklin
Defensive Athlete of Year: LB Kolton Lindemann, Sr., Americas
Offensive Athlete of Year: WR Jorge Hernandez, Sr., El Dorado
Coach of Year: Ariel Famaligi, Montwood
First Team (Offense)
QB - Andrew Fernandez, Jr., Montwood
RB - Seth Dominguez, Jr., Franklin; Evan De Anda, Sr., Montwood
FB - Jaiden Alvarado, Sr., Americas
TE - Ryan Barnhouse, Sr., Eastwood
WR - Tyquez Hampton, Sr., El Dorado; Tyreese Andrus, Jr., Montwood; Justin Wolfe, Jr., Pebble Hills; Eric Philliips, Sr., Franklin
Center - Cutter Leftwich, Sr. Franklin
Guard - Madison Beeler, Sr., Coronado; Jesus Hernandez, Sr., Americas
Tackle - Cameron Chisolm, Sr., Americas; Josh Rey, Sr., El Dorado
Punter - Tyreese Andrus, Jr. Montwood
Co-Kicker - Daniel Fourzan, Sr., Montwood; Juan Romero, Sr., Coronado
Punt Returner - Jose Herrera, Jr., Coronado
Kickoff Returner - Eric Phillips, Sr.., Franklin
First Team (Defense)
Defensive Tackle - Chase Warden, Sr., Eastwood; Philliip Frutig, Sr. Montwood;
Defensive End - Matthew Ramirez, Sr., Americas; Jonathan Zarate, Sr., El Dorado
ILB - Aaron Apodaca, Sr., Montwood; Kevin Esquivel, Jr., Pebble Hills
OLB - Kevin Henderson, Sr., El Dorado; Noah Vasquez, Sr., Eastwood
Safety - Casey Courtney, Sr., Coronado; Brandon Casas, Sr., Montwood; Isaac Olmeda, Sr., Americas
CB - Jaylien Spires, Jr., Pebble Hills; Andrew Crank, Jr. Eastwood
Second Team (Defense)
DT - Ivan Garcia, Sr., Americas; JJ Heredia, Sr., Coronado
DE - Eloy Serna, Sr., Montwood; Nathan Ballard, Sr., Eastwood
ILB - Troy Dillard, Sr., Coronado; Willy Croslen, Jr., El Dorado
OLB - Elijah Ruiz, Sr., Franklin; Ryan Jimenez, Sr., Montwood
Safety - Salvador Avila, Jr., El Dorado; Jose Rodriguez, Sr., Franklin
CB - Xavier Brooks, Soph., Americas; Jonathan Seabrook, Soph. Coronado
Second Team (Offense)
QB - Kable Hatch, Sr., Franklin
RB - Julian Madrid, Jr., Coronado; Noah Rios, Soph., Eastwood
FB - Garrett Slaughter, Soph., Coronado
WR - Robert Minjarez, Jr. Eastwood; Luis Baca, Sr., Franklin; Tury Cepeda, Jr., Montwood; Cameron Seabrook, Jr., Pebble Hills; Tremeaine Henderson, Jr., Americas
Center - David Dominguez, Sr., El Dorado
Guard - Jaziel Ortiz, Sr., Socorro; Freddy Gomez, Sr., Eastwood
Tackle - Dietrich King, Jr., Pebble Hills; Esteban Valdez, Jr., Coronado
Eastwood - Evan Aguilar, Javier Garcia, Noah Garcia, David Ash, Pete Cadena, Joshua Ponce, Joseph Davalos, Alan Barragan, Joseph Salas
Americas - Cristian Estorga, Jalen Andrade, Armando Martin Del Campo, Dasen Chisolm, Alex Rubio, Jacob Monarez, Elijah Escamilla, Gabriel Villa, Jason Vargas, Mathew Garcia, Alex Guel
El Dorado - Arturo Velez, Christian Castillo, Christian Gonzalez, Corey McCoy, Keysean Watson, Cameron Hill, Felipe Quintero, Mario Balderas, Seth Davis, Derrek Assad Jr.
Franklin - Billy Padilla, Rhett Sullivan, Carlos Jimenez, Mathew Levandowski, Isaac Garcia, Carlo Spalloni, Eduardo Estevez, Calvin Jones, Johnny Cerros, Kaleb Guteirrez
Pebble Hills - Orlando Puig, Caleb Gerber, Haredt Gonzalez, Anthony Miranda, Gerardo Sosa, Gavril Bone, Thomas Gonzalez, Rafael Castor, Johnny Santiago, Anthony Sapien, Jacob Hernandez, Cla’Trey Reese
Socorro - Blue De La Cruz, Matt Chavez, Nick Reyes, Josh Horta, Rey Mendez, Cristian Carrasco, Vilay Soumpholphaindy, Alfonso Plma
Montwood - Julian Perez, Edward Garibay, Isaac Castaneda, Oscar Montano, Gerardo Chin, Esteban Castaneda, Leo Venegas, Felix Hernandez, Robert Cardiel, Andrew Revilla
Coronado - Alex Chavez, Angelo Donatelli, Daniel Stephens, Thomas Rey, Orlando Ortega, Connor Jordan, Trevor Pledger, Joseph Gallardo, Aaron Garcia, Marcus Castro, Robert Butler, Gustavo Holcombe, Josh Alvarez, Steven Martinez, Chris Vargas, Alex Norzagaray, JoJo Villagrana, Andrew Abarca, Ben Mansfield, Joseph Shapiro, David Crook
is this thr el paso times picks ot the 1-6a picks. ehy are the other 2 districts not represented.
In my opinion this list is completely bogus. Furthermore, it's very bias and as far as I know is not based off of any kind of standard or criteria and therefore it lacks integrity. Which in turn, speaks volumes about the coaches and the entire selection process. Especially if it's not based off of individual talent, skills, stats, or overall value to their teams. I would like to know what criteria was used to make these selections. Because if there was no criteria then what we really have is a coach's favorite list. With each coach trying to get as many as their players they can on the list, even if it means making up honors that makes absolutely zero sense.
THIS ALONG WITH 5A WAS PUBLISHED AT LEATS 10 DAYS AGO
GO TO FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD; IT WAS ON FB FOR AWHILE
So then this is The SISD league of Allstars then because half those never even heard of. Sad very sad
All I want to know is how does WR Jorge Hernandez from El Dorado get the Offensive Player of the Year? In my opinion if the award is going to go to a WR, it should have been Tyreese Andrus from Montwood, who finished the season as the 9th ranked WR in the state. While Hernandez is not even mentioned in the top 150 WRs But If you base the decision off of stats alone, then the offensive player of the year is clearly QB Cedarious Barfield from El Dorado who had just as many yards rushing as he did passing. You can also make an argument for Americas RB Josh Fields who rushed for over 2,000 yards or Montwoods QB Andrew Fernandez who threw for more then 3,000 yards for top honors on offense. But there should not be an award for Offensive MVP and Offensive Player of the Year. Seriously, what's the difference between the two? .
Everyone knows Jorge is more talented than Tyrese. Just let it go and accept it. It is what it is.
I think the Athlete of the year tag was for folks that play multiple positions within the offense or defense, like an Eric Phillips, or Jorge Hernandez
Tyreese is an athlete and played in several positions this season including WR, Punter, Punt Return, FS, and CB. So for those of u who thinks Hernandez is better, all I can say is keep playing your fantasy football because your living in a dream world. Even Hernandez own teammates, WRs Hill and Hampton are better then him in my opinion. I admit that the one thing that Hernandez has going for him is his speed. But unlike Tyreese, opposing teams didn't worry about Hernandez when they played ELD. It's clear that his selection was meant to increase his chances of getting recruited, and that's fine for Eld fans, but I think college recruiters know better. But this really isn't about Hernandez, as a football fan, I enjoyed watching him play and I agree that he is a very good football player. But stats don't lie. The fact remains that there is no criteria whatsoever for these recognitions. So for me it's still a bunch of BS and just goes to show how bias the selections are when it comes to black athletes out performing hispanic players. It reminds me of all the hate and criticism that WR Tyquez Hampton (ELD) received on the forum when people criticized his not so great stats last season. But now all of the sudden stats don't matter . The hypocrisy is obvious!
I'm very aware of that !!!! This thread is about who got nominated for district honors !!!! Elpasotimes hasn't even released their elpasotimes players of the year yet !!!! . And district honors are voted on and determined by the coaches in their respective district....
All district honors are chosen by the coaches. They assemble at a school and go through an all day process where they nominate players. I know 1-5A championship school usually host the meetings. At 6A they rotate the responsibility, this year was hosted by Eastwood. As for 2-5A, I'm not too sure how they determine the host. The only thing that the El Paso Times actually chooses is the All-city honors.
We may not all agree with LuisH but he does raise some good points. The first, instead of speculating why don't the school districts and EP Times agree on a specific criteria and publish it for all to see. Then at least we won't have to speculate on how they make selections. In my opinion stats probably had a lot to do with it. For example, ELD Barfield was awarded the highest honor, and I'm sure his 3,000+ passing yards, 1,000+ rushing yards, and his 33 TDs carried carried a lot of weight in that decision. On that same note Sr RB Josh Fields from Americas had a great season as well with over 2,000+ yards rushing. So what sets these two players apart? The ELD fans are going to support their player and the same applies to Americas. Personally, I think MWs QB Andrew Fernandes would have also been in the mix for top honors if not for Barfield's rushing yards. When you consider the fact that the players and coaches in 6A are 99% Hispanic, one would expect to see some bias, it's human nature. But at the end of the day it is what it is... and regardless of who gets selected in the future, there will always be some criticism about the process.
the criteria is the coach puts up a player for an award and the other coaches vote on it. so apparently the diatrict coaches thought the people rhat got the awards deserved them. as for the mostly hispanic coaches that is incorrect. only 3 of 1-6a coaches are hispanic. 1 somoan 2 blacks 2 whites 3 hispanics. and what does that matter anyway. how can the superlatives be argued. they are cut and dry. the best 3 players were mvps........regarding tyrese maybe his coach didnt put him up. has that crossed anyones mind.
you can increase each team to 150 players and there will always be players that deserved to be in this game, You're never going to make everyone happy. For a vast majority of these kids this will be the last game that they will ever play so go out there and enjoy!
Congrats to all the Rams players that made the list!
UIL Football AllDistrict
Award Pos. # Player CL School
Defensive MVP NG 32 Hinckley Lavea Sr. El Paso Chapin
Defensive MVP NG/DE 33 Lalo Cintron Sr. El Paso Andress
MVP LB/TB 23 Xavier Williams Sr. El Paso Andress
MVP QB 5 German Carrasco Sr. El Paso Bowie
Offensive MVP WR 10 Dominic Johnson Sr. El Paso Bowie
Offensive Newcomer QB 14 Dominique Smith So. El Paso Andress
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
Pos. # Player CL School
FB 44 Matthew Zubiate Jr. El Paso Chapin
OL 77 Luis Carreon Sr. El Paso Bowie
OL 53 Ismael De La Cruz Sr. El Paso Jefferson
OL 63 Alonzo Herrera Jr. El Paso Andress
OL 62 Mario Najera Sr. El Paso Burges
OL 65 Ricky Torres Sr. El Paso Chapin
OL 67 Tyler Wolf Sr. El Paso
QB 5 Matteo Serrano Jr. El Paso Burges
RB 11 Josh Hidalgo Sr. El Paso Bowie
RB 5 Angel Soto Sr. El Paso Chapin
TE 33 Jonathan Madrigal Sr. El Paso Bowie
WR 18 Antonio Gomez Sr. El Paso Andress
WR 6 Odell Graham Sr. El Paso Burges
WR 22 Mondarius Johnson Sr. El Paso Chapin
WR 21 Patrick Moran Sr. El Paso Bowie
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
Pos. # Player CL School
FB 25 Justin Mendoza Sr. El Paso Bowie
OL 55 Elder Dominguez Sr. El Paso Jefferson
OL 52 Leon Jabalera Sr. El Paso Austin
OL 50 Cruz Jacobo Sr. El Paso Burges
OL 63 Eric Molinar Sr. El Paso Chapin
OL 72 Carlos Rosales Jr. El Paso Austin
OL 72 Billy Stiverson Jr. El Paso Irvin
QB 7 David Martinez Sr. El Paso Jefferson
RB 26 George Frias Sr. El Paso Burges
RB 32 Dorian Lewis Fr. El Paso Andress
TE 80 Luis Villegas Sr. El Paso
WR 4 Bryan Brock So. El Paso
WR 15 Bryan Hernandez Sr. El Paso Jefferson
WR 3 Diego Lewis Jr. El Paso Andress
WR 20 Keshon White So. El Paso Andress
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
Pos. # Player CL School
24 Gus Alba Sr. El Paso
DB 21 DJ Banks Sr. El Paso Chapin
DB 14 Santana Galindo Jr. El Paso Burges
DB 5 Chito Lerma Jr. El Paso Andress
DB 21 Patrick Moran Sr. El Paso Bowie
DE 23 Alexis Martinez Sr. El Paso Bowie
DE 15 Jacob Rivera Sr. El Paso Andress
DE 28 Javaughn Thomas Sr. El Paso
DL 68 Jerry Molina Sr. El Paso Burges
DL 60 Anthony Suarez Sr. El Paso Chapin
DL 66 Jose Varela So. El Paso Bowie
ILB 21 Ennis Thompson Sr. El Paso Andress
ILB 22 Ricardo Valles Jr. El Paso Bowie
OLB 21 Allan Rabb Sr. El Paso Burges
OLB 4 Otho Redding Sr. El Paso Andress
SECOND TEAM DEFENSE
Pos. # Player CL School
DB 10 Eddie Garcia Jr. El Paso Burges
DB 11 Anthony Hall Sr. El Paso Austin
DB 15 Bryan Hernandez Sr. El Paso Jefferson
DB 24 Rosario Hernandez Sr. El Paso Chapin
DB 10 Dominic Johnson Sr. El Paso Bowie
DB 23 Marko Kennedy So. El Paso
DB 7 David Martinez Sr. El Paso Jefferson
DB 22 Christian Rosales Sr. El Paso Irvin
DE 55 Elder Dominguez Sr. El Paso Jefferson
DE 41 Ricky Hernandez Sr. El Paso Irvin
DE 75 Diego Ortiz Sr. El Paso Burges
DE 40 Anthony Ulmer Sr. El Paso Chapin
DL 65 David Amato Jr. El Paso Jefferson
DL 75 Jesus Aquirre Sr. El Paso Jefferson
DL 56 Nick Duran Sr. El Paso
DL 64 Gustavo Gallardo Fr. El Paso Andress
DL 50 Nathaniel Hernandez Jr. El Paso Andress
DL 33 Jay McKnight So. El Paso Chapin
DL 99 Troy Torres Jr. El Paso Bowie
ILB 33 Abran Flores Jr. El Paso Burges
ILB 42 Jose Mayorga Sr. El Paso Irvin
ILB 43 Tony Meraz Sr. El Paso Chapin
OLB 30 Angel Carrillo Sr. El Paso Chapin
OLB 11 Josh Hidalgo Sr. El Paso Bowie
Pos. # Player CL School
K 23 Alexis Martinez Sr. El Paso Bowie
KR 18 Antonio Gomez Sr. El Paso Andress
P 23 Alexis Martinez Sr. El Paso Bowie
Pos. # Player CL School
K 9 Jose Medrano So. El Paso Irvin
K 39 Christian Prieto Sr. El Paso Jefferson
K 17 Mark Ramos So. El Paso Andress
KR 34 Tre Addy Jr. El Paso Burges
KR 4 Kevin Licon Sr. El Paso Chapin
P 24 Gus Alba Sr. El Paso
P 44 Isaac Ornelas Sr. El Paso Burges
Player of the Year
Daniel Alvarez, QB, Senior, Canutillo; Joseph Paz, WR, Senior, Canutillo
Newcomer of the Year
Damien Martinez, CB, junior, Canutillo
Keith Tarango-Lopez, QB, senior, Eastlake
Raymond Montez, sophomore, Del Valle; A.J. Briggs, junior, Parkland
Damian Solis, senior, Yslerta; Isaac Ybara, junior, Bel Air
Brandon Duarte, senior, Horizon; Ryan Reza, Bel Air
Adrian Chavez, senior, Eastlake; Aaron Moya, senior, Canutillo; Deion Hankins, sophomore, Parkland
Reynaldo Flores, senior, Ysleta; Bijan Boyd, senior Bel Air; Adrian Vasquez, junior, Del Valle
Adam Olivarez, sophomore Horizon; Jonah Vargas, senior, Riverside; Andrew Chaffino, Riverside; Ray Morales, senior, Del Valle
Jacob Mendez, senior, Parkland; Devyn Morales, senior, Del Valle; Ivan Avina, junior, Eastlake
Fabian Vargas, senior, Riverside; Marco Sanchez, senior, Bel Air; Marco Alvarado, junior Horizon
Christian Martinez, senior, Canutillo; Nick Frayre, junior, Hanks
Patrick Sullivan, senior, Parkland; Jamil Gentry, senior, Bel Air; Christian Martinez, senior, Canutillo; Emilio Rios, junior, Eastlake; Damian Bonner, senior, Hanks
Marco Alvarado, junior, Horizon; Gino Martinez, junior, Ysleta; Juan Nevarez, senior, Bel Air; Jamiel Garcia, senior, Del Valle; Evan Villalva, senior, Del Valle
Dequan Henderson, Parkland; JEremy Evans, Hanks; Ozzy Araiza, Ysleta; Nathan Macias, Eastlake; John Diaz, Bel Air; Rudy Quezada, Bel Air; Kevin Cortez, Del Valle; Mikko O’Banon, Parkland
Jordan Martinez, senior, Riveride; Marcus Valverde, senior, Del Valle
Isaiah Garcia, junior, Bel Air; Santana Ponce, senior, Del Valle; Robert Lazarin, senior, Eastlake; Jesus Villa, senior, Parkland
Josue Gonzalez, sophomore, Riverside; Alex Rodriguez, junior Ysleta; Guillermo Luna, junior Ysleta; Johnny Macias, junior, Hanks; Steven Sigala, senior, Horizon
Hector Gonzalez, Canutillp; Victor Tellez, Del Valle; Matthew Shanks, Parkland
Joseph Nieto, senior, Ysleta; Michael Armendariz, senior, Bel Air; Angel Bernal, senior, Canutillo; Tristan Tuialuuluu, junior Del Valle; Aaron Granados, junior, Eastlake
Easul Guerrero, junior, Bel Air; Noah Lopez, senior, Canutillo; Jesse Nunez, junior, Hanks; Neil Montez, senior, Parkland
Kevin Juarez, Riverside; Daniel Villa, Horizon; Joshua Chavez, Del Valle; Jakob Mendvil, Eastlake
Omar Morales, senior, Del Valle; Jose Tapia, senior, Riverside
Kevin Antuna, junior, Bel Air; Carlos Lopez, senior, Horizon; Gio Contreras, senior, Parkland
Raymundo Flores, Ysleta; Kevin Bumpas, Eastlake
Joel Sandoval, junior, Eastlake
Ceasar Valles, senior, Canutillo
Jose Orozco, Hanks; Olvera Hernan, Hanks; Julio Azua, Parkland; Martin Rios, Ysleta
Jose Valenzuela, senior, Del Valle
Nick Frayre, junior, Hanks
Marco Alvarado, Horizon; Alex Cardenas, Ysleta; Jaylan Gentry, Bel Air
MVP: Joshua Wells, Senior, Parkland
Devontey Hankins, junior, Parkland; Bijan Byrd, senior, Bel Air; Eric Lopez, senior, Canutillo; Gus Yanez, senior, Del Valle; Chris Sepulveda, junior, Eastlake=
Oscar Lopez, sophomore, Horizon; Rick Soto; senior, Riverside; Angel Armendariz, senior, Bel Air; Pedro Marquez, senior, Canutillo
DeMarco Chavez, Horizon; Abraham Valdez, Ysleta; Isiah Hairston, Del Valle; A.J. Marquez, Parkland
Dorian Valdez, sophomore, Ysleta; Shate Woodruff, junior, Bel Air; Ranl Yanez, senior, Canutillo; Adam Salgado, senior, Canutillo; Oscar Rodriguez, junior, Del Valle
Chris Jacquez, senior, Riverside; Patrick Hernandez, junior, Bel Air; Aaron Scott, senior, Eastlake
Isaiah Ramdas, Eastlake; Ivan Perez, Del Valle; Darien Mosley, Parkland
Ivan Pando, senior, Bel Air; Nate Martinez, junior, Canutillo; Karch Gardiner, sophomore, Del Valle; Isaiah Thompson, senior, Hanks
Andy Carmona, junior, Eastlake; Jack Tinnyhill, senior, Parkland; Matthew Rico, sophomore, Riverside
Jacob Perez, Bel Air; Gabriel Roberts, Parkland
Fabian Vargas, senior, Riverside; Javier Arellano, junior, Canutillo; Angel Estrada, senior, Del Valle; Patrick Sullivan, senior, Parkland
Marco Alvarado, junior, Horizon; Erick Meraz, junor, Ysleta; Jailon Gentry, junior, Bel Air; Nick Frayre, junior, Hanks; Joshua Magallanez, senior, Horizon
Frank Kriegbaum, Parkland; Irvin Barraza, Riverside; Zach Martinez, Bel Air; Jonathan Vargas, Del Valle
Joshua Khnaizir, senior, Ysleta; Patrick Mascoro, senior, Bel Air; David Mendez, senior, Canutillo; Matthew Tellez, senior, Del Valle; Rafael Beltran, junior, Eastlake
Christian Santibanez, senior, Del Valle; Igmar Urbina, senior, Horizon; Michael Mathews, junior, Horizon; Nathan Mendoza, junior, Parkland; Joshua Vargas, senior, Riverside
Luis Rios, Bel Air; Gabe Garcia, Eastlake; Josias Cardiel; Del Valle; Daniel De La Cerda, Parkland
Marco Sanchez, Senior, Bel Air; Oscar Del Real, junior, Canutillo; Jorge Rodriguez, senior, Del Valle; Eddie Acosta, senior, Eastlake
Erick Olguin, senior, Horizon; William Bradley, sophomore, Parkland; Jonathan Vela, senior, Riverside; Alex Estrella, senior, Ysleta
Matthew Morrison, junior, Canutillo; Alonzo Borja, junior, Riverside; Daniel Holguin, senior, Horizon
Damean Bonner, senior, Hanks High
King. You got some insight......coincidentally EP times posted today as well
How is the #2 ranked RB in the State Deion Hankins from Parkland not Player of the Year or Offensive Player of the Year?
Because the player of the year Paz, held Hankins to 9 yds rushing when they played.
Paz is not a good a player as Hankins.....never will he ever be as good a player. All he will ever be is a dude that watches hankins play on tv and says our defense held him to 9 yards because he had no help on his team. Hankins>Paz no questions asked. But I would venture to say that people don't like Hankins coach and that is why he isn't the MVP, that coupled with the fact that they finished 4th matters. But yes best player in the district by far.
Hilarious for you to say when Paz has d1 schools interested, more like your the one sitting down looking on the tv while hes playing.
Player of the year-Joseph Paz Canutillo
paz will not be d1 mark my words
Paz got the nod because he is a senior.
Hankins is ok, but he is a running back on a 4th place team that pads stats. And everyone knows it. The minute he played a team that had a winning record he was just average. Granted he will be great in the future he is no MVP right now. GET OVER IT and coach him up. The onlypeople complaining are his peeps from the park.
Last year was PARKLANDS year to shine and they just kind of fizzled. Hankins is a good athlete but I'm pretty sure you will see his stats diminish not increase in the next two years just like you will see PARKLAND struggle to even have the success they had last year. I'm sure Kirkland will ride him like "Kugs" does to Jones at UTEP but all that proves is he's a durable athlete and the Coaches are just average. I personally know coach Walker and I know that he wanted to stay at least one more season to coach that team because according to him they should have been District Champs and done well in the Playoffs. Revisit this post in two years when Hankins is exposed as a durable but just slightly better than average RB and Kirkland is exposed as a less than average Coach. Mark my words.......
That's your opinion but Hankins selection as All-State RB just goes to show how bias some of these All-District selections are here in EP. Also, congratulations to former El Paso High WR Tre Wolf who also made Class 5A Honorable Mention.
lol. Who is Paz? Hankins been in the paper and is even known nationally. He has the prototype running back body as a sophomore. Paz will never play college ball for a D1 school. BIASED BIASED BIASED. How does someone get ALL-STATE but not player in his district...
Everyone in this site is biased, including me! So stop kidding yourself by pointing out the obvious. But this isn't a fair Paz vs Hankins comparison. Apples to apples, I would take Moya over Hankins anyday. But like I said I'm super biased on this one.
Question to the Canutillo people? Or anyone that saw him play
Was your QB MVP? Was he that good during the season?
I didn't catch any Eagles games. Some names echoed all season but it wasn't the QB.
I just don't get with all this adding extra stat parkland does, if their players were that good getting superstar numbers having the whole defense with over 100 tackles and rushing for 2800 receiving for 1000, why aren't they playing this week?
Aledo has played 16 games and not one of their defensive players has over 100 tackles!! And that goes for all the powerhouse teams in El Paso as well non have these kinda of stats!!
Kinda fishy what their doing over there in parkland!!
Congratulations to two very deserving players RB Josh Fields (Americas) and QB Cedarious Barfield (El Dorado) for earning All-State Football Honors.
Like it or not stats play a big part of these selections at the state level.
apparently lots of folks dont like parkland. how can we not celebrate a kid getting state wide honors. like crabs in a bucket. i know i am critical of avaerage kids that people try and pub up on 5his site......but lets be real hankins isnt avaerage.
Parkland has better athletes than canutillo, problem is canutillo has better coaches than parkland. Plain and simple the park was out coached.
parkland basically made the playoffs with 2 good players so thats ok coaching
Paz is not getting signed by a D1 school. He is not D1 material. Come on!!!!!
This is funny but as long as any college signs an athlete and pays for their education, that athlete is successful. Stop worrying about D1. D1 athletes in our area are very few so stop throwing that out their. In reference to the previous comments, D1 schools have already decided who they are signing. Paz will be a good college athlete but no he is not a D1 athlete.
PAZ PLAYED WELL
THE CANUTILLO QB
THERE ARE NO WORDS
COULDN'T EVEN SEE OVER THE LINE
Supporter, the Hankins kid is a very good RB and has more talent and opportunities than the other RB being discussed. I think someone wants to try to compare or base one game on his potential. When he completes high school, he will have his educational paid for by a college/university. Paz and the Canutillo QB are not in the same conversation/level with this kid. Paz I feel can play at the next level as a WR.
Alvarez's impact on the undefeated district champs made him one of the obvious choices. No other player besides Paz and even Moya had a bigger impact. Alvarez might not be D-1 talent, but that is irrelevent.
plain and simple if folks on this forum think anyone in 2-5a is better then hankins then i cant wait for it to ahut down because you guys are biased and not very smart. this isnt a sotuation like hampton whonhas the measurables but not stats. this kid has the measureables and the stats.......lived up to his billing.
PARKLAND EXCEPT WELLS IS HYPE
SULLIVAN PULLED OUT OF GAME (DAY OF) UTEP CAN HAVE HIM!
HANKINS STATES WERE PADDED
UTEP OFFERING 3 GUYS FROM PARKLAND IN SAME YEAR SHOWS
YOU HOW BAD THEY ARE AT RECRUITING; WELLS IS LEGIT- THATS IT
PROPS TO WELLS AND HAMPTON!!!
This is a bunch of BS. Hankins is a top RB and will play D1. Haters will hate. Probably jealousy!!! Now someone is hinting that Parkland has a bunch of thugs or their boys are prison bound. Racism at its best. What a bunch of losers!!! The kid can play ball. Stop trying to discredit him.