He's arguably the most dangerous 1A player in the open field, finished just shy of two thousand yards on the ground with 32 rushing touchdowns, including three in the Moguls state championship win over Tenaha.

Now were all waiting to see where Dee where continue his athletic career in college, he has 9 state titles in track (that number is subject to change this spring).


#1 Hagen Hutchinson – Stamford Sr.

Hutchinson led his Bulldogs through a historic season, capping it off with one of the best performances in the history of the UIL state finals at Cowboys stadium.

22-30, 248 passing yards, 132 rushing yards, 4 touchdowns only begin to describe how great he was in the 1A division one championship. He also had 16 tackles, and the game winning interception to become the first player in the history of the UIL state finals to be awarded both offensive and defensive MVP.

The senior finished the year with 71 combined scores and over forty five hundred yards in his final season as the Bulldogs quarterback.