Beckville’s Ryan Harris was among six winners announced on Tuesday as Built Ford Tough Texas High School Football Players of the Week.
Harris is the Class 2A honoree.
He is joined on the Week 6 list by Weatherford quarterback Ken Seals in 6A, Pine Tree quarterback D.J. Freeman, San Elizario running back Raymond Acevedo in 4A, Orangefield defensive back Clayson Choate in 3A and Houston Christian quarterback Austin Smith for private schools.
Harris rushed for 130 yards and passed for 91 yards and three touchdowns to go along with a touchdown reception of 18 yards in the Bearcats’ win over Tenaha.
He later iced the upset win for Beckville in the district opener with an interception in the end zone.
“He played real well,” Beckville coach Cody Ross said. “He carried the ball real well and did a great job with his reads.
“He stays level-headed and finds a new to get things done when we need it.”
Harris has the Bearcats at 2-3 for the season and 1-0 in District 11-2A.
For the season Harris is 31-68-6 passing for 567 yards and six TDs, while running for 468 yards on 73 carries with three TDs. He also has three catches for 47 yards and two scores.
Freeman accounted for more than 400 yards and five touchdowns in the Pirates’ 56-25 win over Mount Pleasant. The junior signal caller completed 26 of 39 passes for 315 yards and two touchdowns and carried eight times for 127 yards and three more scores.
Seals completed 18 of 21 passes for 384 yards and five touchdowns in a win over Haltom.
Acevedo carried 15 times for 421 yards and six touchdowns in a win over Tornillo.
Choate scored on offense, defense and special teams in a win over Kirbyville. He had two kickoff returns for touchdowns, rushed for 83 yards and a TD and finished with 324 total yards. Defensively, he had seven tackles and a Pick 6.
Smith rushed for 202 yards and five touchdowns and also passed for 96 yards in a win over Dallas St. Marks.