High school All-Americans headed to Big 12

We've unveiled our high school All-America team this week, and it's time to take a look at the guys who will be headed to Big 12 schools (or at least schools currently in the Big 12).


Johnathan Gray, RB, Aledo (Texas) -- Texas commit

  • The nation's top running back set the national record for career touchdowns (205) in his final high school game, a win over Manvel (Texas) in the Class 4A, Division II state championship. Gray, who scored 70 touchdowns this season and led Aledo to its third straight state title, finished second all time in points scored (1,232) and third in rushing yards (10,908).

Trey Williams, RB, Dekaney (Houston) -- Texas A&M commit

  • Williams was pivotal in Dekaney's run to the Class 5A, Division II state title in the fourth-year school's first playoff appearance. He ran for 3,884 yards and 48 touchdowns on 427 carries, caught two touchdown passes and returned a kickoff for a score.

Evan Boehm, OL, Lee's Summit West (Missouri) -- Missouri commit

  • The nation's top guard earned All-State first team honors and guided Lee's Summit West to the Class 5 state semifinals.