Video: Marvin Mims highlights
Senior highlights of the 2020 Oklahoma signee.
Lone Star's (Frisco) Marvin Mims had one of the best single seasons any wide receiver has ever had and is this year's MaxPreps Texas Player of the Year presented by Suddenlink by Altice.
The 2020 Oklahoma signee broke the national record for most receiving yards in a season finishing the year with 2,629 yards. He broke San Marino's (Calif.) J.P. Shohfi's
record of 2,464 yards he set in 2015.
He also had 117 receptions and 32 touchdowns while throwing for a score in 2019.
The future Sooner also broke Jordan Shipley's state receiving record he set in 2003 and finished his career with 5,489 receiving yards.
Shadow Creek's (Pearland) Brad Butler is the Coach of the Year in the Lone Star State. He led the Sharks to a 16-0 record and a 5A Division 1 state championship after beating Ryan (Denton) 28-22. In two years of competing in the UIL they have gone 31-1 and played in back-to-back state title games.
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The 2020 Texas signee was one of the most dominant football players during his high school career. He threw for over 1,700 yards and rushed for nearly 1,200 yards while accounting for 37 touchdowns in 2019.
Davis took home the Offensive MVP award for the second consecutive year after leading North Shore to a 31-17 win over Duncanville to repeat as 6A Division 1 state champions.
The 2020 Alabama signee rushed for over 200 yards and two touchdowns in Aledo's 45-42 win over Fort Bend Marshall in the 5A Division 2 championship. And did it on a bad ankle. He helped lead the Bearcats to three state titles during his four years.
Evans missed some action this season but when he was in he showed why he is the top rated running back in the country. He is expected to announce his college choice during the Jan. 2 Under Armour All-American game.
Will go down as one of the best wide receivers to ever come out of Texas. Led Lone Star to the 5A Division 1 semifinals and ended the year with 117 receptions for 2,629 yards and 32 touchdowns.
If it wasn't for Mims record breaking season Smith-Njigba would of been named the Texas Player of the Year. Helped Rockwall to its first state semifinal since 1987 and the 2020 Ohio State signee had 108 receptions for 2,161 yards and 35 touchdowns.
The 2020 Texas A&M signee was one of the Dragons top targets this year and had 11 touchdowns.
One of the best offensive lineman in the country and the 2020 Texas signee helped the Dragons to a 13-1 record and a spot at No. 20 in the final Top 25 rankings.
Played a huge roll in North Shore's back-to-back state titles and the 2020 Alabama commit is one of the most dominant players in the trenches.
The 2020 Oklahoma signee is great in pass and run blocking. He checks in as the No. 1 offensive guard in the nation.
One of the most physical offensive lineman in the Lone Star State.
Georgia's Class of 2020 is loaded on the offensive line and Lindberg is a main reason why.
One of the best all-around playmakers in the state. Just as dangerous as a wide receiver as he is at running back. The 2020 Stanford signee led the Rangers to the 6A Division 2 quarterfinals. In Dallas Jesuit's 27-25 win over the defending state champs Longview, he had 202 total yards and four touchdowns.
Just like Smith he is one of the best playmakers in Texas. The 2020 Texas A&M signee rushed for nearly 2,300 yards and 40 touchdowns while racking up 800 yards receiving and 10 scores.
One of the best kickers in the country regardless of class. He made 15-of-16 field goals with six coming from 40-plus yards.
The Texas Longhorns are getting a big-time player in Dorbah. He's one of the best defensive players in the state.
Jackson led Pleasant Grove to the 4A Division 2 title. It was the Hawks second state championship in three years. Had nearly 100 tackles, 14 sacks, 25 tackles for loss and forced seven fumbles.
Racked up 86 tackles, 35 tackles for loss and eight sacks during his senior campaign.
The 4-star defensive end sacked the quarterback 10 times this year to go with 90 tackles, 27 tackles for loss and forced two fumbles.
The 2020 LSU signee is one of the most instinctive linebackers in the country. Finished his senior season with 132 tackles, 23.5 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks.
The 2020 Alabama signee was one of the best all-around players in high school football.
Ford racked up 145 tackles and the future Texas Longhorn added 11 tackles for loss, one interception and a forced fumble.
Thompson was the leader for a defense that allowed less than 10 points per game. The 2020 Auburn signee is one of the hardest hitting and most instinctive safeties in the nation.
was a big-time defensive back from Cibolo Steele and the 2020 Texas A&M signee is next up.
He did it all during his senior season. The 4-star defensive back had four interceptions and 66 receptions for over 1,300 yards and 18 touchdowns.
One of the most underrated defensive backs in the country. Played a major role for the Mustangs defense during their back-to-back state title run.
The 2020 Florida signee played at a high level in the secondary and at quarterback during his senior season.
Averaged more than 45 yards per punt and also made 13 field goals in 2019.
One of the top quarterbacks in the country regardless of class. He threw for nearly 4,000 yards and 45 touchdowns as a sophomore while rushing for over 500 yards and nine more scores.
Helped lead the Panthers to a state title and finished his junior season with over 3,200 yards passing and 37 touchdowns. Added another 817 yards on the ground and 11 touchdowns.
The 4-star quarterback threw for nearly 3,000 yards and 36 touchdowns while rushing over over 1,100 yards and 11 scores for the runner ups in 6A Division 2.
Rushed for over 1,700 yards and 25 touchdowns for one of the top teams in high school football.
Had 2,641 yards rushing and 42 touchdowns during his senior season.
Hoff was the leader for a 12-1 Tigers squad that finished No. 15 in the final Top 25 rankings. He rushed for over 1,500 in 2019.
Checks in as a Top 100 recruit in the Class of 2021 and showed why this year. Had over 1,700 yards rushing and 37 touchdowns.
One of the most versatile players in the state. The 4-star receiver had over 1,600 yards and 16 touchdowns. He added 11 more scores on the ground and helped lead Aledo to the 5A Division 2 title.
The 2021 Oklahoma commit had nearly 1,500 yards receiving and 17 touchdowns averaging more than 20 yards per reception during his junior season.
Helped pave the way for one of the most explosive offenses in Texas. He didn't allow a sack this year.
Played a major role in Carthage's 16-0 season and 4A Division 1 state title.
Joins George as selections on the offensive line from the back-to-back 6A Division 1 state champs. Will have a chance to be the No. 1 rated guard in the Class of 2021.
Can play multiple positions on the offensive line at a high level and was the leader in the trenches for one of the best offenses in the state.
The 2020 Texas signee helps give the Longhorns a big-time class on the offensive line.
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Joins Achane as selections from the 5A Division 2 runner up. Threw for over 2,300 yards and 29 touchdowns while rushing for nearly 1,600 yards and 17 more scores.
One of the most dominant players in the Class of 2021. Had a monster season and checks in the Top 30 overall among all juniors.
Racked up 68 tackles, 23 tackles for loss and 15 sacks in 2019 for one of the best teams in Texas.
The 2020 Virginia Tech signee helped lead Shadow Creek to a perfect season and a 5A Division 1 championship.
Joins Adeleye as juniors selected on the second team defensive line. He finished the season with 98 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks and forced four fumbles.
The 2020 Miami signee was named the Defensive MVP of the 6A Division 1 championship game and made an impact for the North Shore defense after returning from injury in the middle part of the season.
The third and final sophomore to make the team is one of the best sideline-to-sideline linebackers in the Class of 2022.
Was the leader on defense for the 5A Division 1 state champs. The 2020 Kansas State signee was named the Defensive MVP of the state title game.
The 2021 Texas commit is one of three players from Denton Ryan to make the team. He did it all during his junior season. He led the team in interceptions, receiving yards and his 17 receiving touchdowns were also tops.
His 16 interceptions were tied among the nation lead and he also had 80 tackles for an 11-2 Cougars squad.
The 2020 Ohio State signee does it all at the cornerback position. One of the best cover corners, tremendous ball-skills and one of the hardest hitting defensive backs in the nation.
As good as any other player in Texas from the Class of 2021. Checks in as the No. 4 safety among all juniors.
Just like his previous two teammates who were named to the all-state team he does it a high level on both sides of the ball. One of the best edge rushers in Texas and is one of the best red zone threats on offense.