Terrell Football

Cutline: Terrell is predicted to finish ninth in Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Preview.

The Terrell High School varsity football team is predicted to finish last in district 8-5A Division II for the 2019 football season, according to Dave Campbell’s Texas Football 2019 season preview issue.

DCTF is a magazine that has preview articles about every Texas football team from the NFL to college football to high school football that was released in June.

DCTF predicts Ennis to win district and the magazine names Ennis’ Dyllan Santos as preseason offensive most valuable player.

Corsicana is predicted to finish second and the magazine names Corsicana’s linebacker Tyler Farmer as the preseason defensive most valuable player.

North Forney and Kaufman are predicted to finished third and fourth, respectively.

Royse City is predicted to finish fifth.

Sulphur Springs is predicted to finish sixth.

Forney is predicted to finish seventh.

Greenville is predicted to finish eighth.

Terrell is predicted to finish ninth.

Top four teams in district qualify for the playoffs.

This will be the first season for new head coach Marvin Sedberry Jr at Terrell after the Tigers went 1-8 overall and 1-7 in district last season.

According to DCTF, the Terrell football players to watch are offensive tackle Malik Griffin, tight end/linebacker Stephen Idemudia, running back/linebacker Jaquavious Morris, linebacker Khalid Johnson,

According to DCTF, the top Terrell juniors on the team are cornerback/wide receiver Chris Davis and linebacker Cameron Anthony.

According to DCTF, the top sophomore on the team is tight end Malachi Williams.

DCTF says about Terrell in its 2019 notes “New coach Sedberry takes over after a successful stint at Garland Naaman Forest. The key for Terrell to get back into the playoff contention in 2019 will be how the offense matures. Morris (254 yards rushing) is the most experienced skill player returning. He’s tough runner who has breakaway speed in the open field. He’ll run behind offensive lineman Griffin, who is a FBS level recruit.”

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