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2017 Midlothian Heritage Jaguars Football

Dustin Brasher 24-Sr

Key Brooks 25-RB/DB-Sr

Matt Stanton 29-P/K-Jr

Brody Greeson 34-RB/DB-Soph

Konner Jones 36-RB/LB-Soph

Kendall Calvery 40-RB/LB-Jr

Alex Carrizal 42-OL/DL-Sr

Talon Berg 54-OL/DL-Sr

Jacob DeWolfe 55-OL/DL-Sr

Cody Ashmore 56-OL/DL-Sr

Lorenzo Wilson 70-OL/DL-Jr

Jaeden Young 72-OL/DL-Sr

NO PHOTO AVAILABLE Leighton Smith 43-RB/DL-Jr

Dillon Jackson 46-WR/DB-Sr

NO PHOTO AVAILABLE Vincent Vang 74-OL/DL-Jr

Jack Freeman 77-OL/DL-Sr

Craig Penwarden 78-OL/DL-Soph

Tripp Purdy 79-OL/DL-Sr

Langston Anderson 88-WR/DB-Jr

Jon Sanders 99-OL/DL-Jr

2017 Season Outlook

2017 Players To Watch

Midlothian Heritage High School will look to lead a second consecutive postseason run under head coach Lee Wiginton in the program’s third year. The Jaguars lost 13 seniors from a team that went 11-2 overall and 5-0 in District 6-4A-1 — their first year of varsity play. They return junior Landon Ledbetter and senior Kerrion Fields, the district’s top passer and receiver, as well as senior Nathan Gaskamp. The latter finished eighth in the district in total yards from scrimmage. Defensive lineman Jon Sanders and defensive backs Brayden Wright and Dre Washington, the team’s second and third-leading tacklers behind former Jaguar Preston Smith IV, will enter their junior and senior seasons. Midlothian Heritage shares district space with Alvarado, Carrollton Ranchview, Dallas Carter, Pinkston and Wilmer-Hutchins High Schools. Alvarado finished 4-1 and second behind the Jaguars, while Ranchview finished 3-2 and in third place.

Landon Ledbetter: As an underclassmen and new to varsity football, Ledbetter threw for 3,002 yards and completed 166 of 258 passes (64.3 percent), while averaging 18.1 yards per attempt and 230.9 YPG. He also tossed 39 touchdowns to just nine interceptions. Raja Banks: Behind one of the most dominant offensive lines in 4A, Banks ran for 508 yards on 77 carries (6.6 YPC) — second only to team-leading rusher Nathan Gaskamp (182 rush, 1328 yds, 14 TDs). He also found paydirt five times. Dre Washington: The 5-foot-8, 151-pound Jaguar recorded 55 tackles (43 solo), two sacks, forced two fumbles and recovered another. Washington also intercepted five passes and dropped runners in the backfield for 12 TFL. He had a season-high 11 tackles against Sunnyvale on Aug. 26.

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