Six students from six area high schools were nominated for the prestigious honors in a ceremony emceed by ABC13's Greg Bailey.
Korey King, Wide Receiver, Fort Bend Marshall Buffs
A catalyst for the Marshall Buffs, Korey King is a finalist for Offensive Player of the Year. King does a bit of everything for Marshall, playing receiver, defensive back and kick returner for the undefeated Buffs.
King has interest from a number of schools, including Tulane and the University of Houston.
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Isaiah Spiller, Running Back, Klein Collins Tigers
A member of the 2019 Texas A&M's 'Gig 'Em Gang,' Isaiah Spiller had over 1,300 yards rushing in just 11 games for the Tigers.
Spiller, a 4-star running back, committed to the Aggies over Alabama, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Baylor.
Ainias Smith, ATH, Dulles Vikings
One of the youngest finalists of the night, 3-star cornerback Ainias Smith is a finalist for Offensive Player of the Year.
The Class of 2020 defensive back is already being courted by Georgia and Texas A&M, in addition to Indiana and Duke.
Jamal Morris, Defensive Back, Fort Bend Bush Broncos
Future Oklahoma Sooners defensive back Jamal Morris has had an incredible year for the Broncos, finishing as a finalist for Defensive Player of the Year.
Morris is wrapping up his high school career with nearly 200 tackles and 24 tackles for a loss. Morris will be signing with Oklahoma on Dec. 19.
Jalen Wydermyer, Wide Receiver/Tight End, Dickinson Gators
Named Offensive MVP for District 24-6A last season, Jalen Wydermyer was a hot commodity for many Division I schools.
Wydermyer held offers from Alabama, Miami and Arizona before committing to Texas A&M.
Jevon Leon, Defensive End, Alief Hastings Bears
As a finalist for Defensive Player of the Year, Jevon Leon is beginning to draw more interest among recruiters.
The 3-star defensive end currently holds offers from Grambling State, Abilene Christian and Bowling Green.