Leander (Texas) Cedar Park at Austin (Texas) Westwood at 7:00 p.m.
Westwood is looking to bounce back after a 53-16 loss versus Lake Travis last Friday. Quarterbacked by Houston commit Bear Fenimore, a 3-star prospect who threw for 260 yards last weekend and has already accumulated over 1,000 yards passing for six touchdowns this season, the Warriors will face off against a 2-1 Cedar Park team who defeated Harker Heights (Texas) 41-20 in week three.
Prospects to watch include offensive lineman Brendan Moore, a Maryland commit, and defensive back Sean Hoeferkemp.
Cedar Park is led by quarterback Nate Grimm, a 6-foot-4, 190-pound prospect who holds an offer from Sam Houston State and has been turning heads this season. Other players of note: fullback Thomas Middleton, tight end Chad Whitehead, and 2015 defensive lineman Myles Cheatum, who has been hearing from Texas, TCU, Texas A&M, Kansas State, Houston, and North Texas.
Belton (Texas) at Round Rock (Texas) at 7:30 p.m.
The offensive line is the position to watch in this match up between Round Rock, who currently stands at 1-2, and Belton, who is still looking for their first win of the season.
In fact, each team has a future Texas Tech offensive lineman on their roster. For Round Rock, the line is anchored by Robert Castaneda, a three-star prospect who stands at 6-foot-4, 300-pounds. Castaneda was originally a Kansas State commit, but after two trips to Lubbock and conversations with the Red Raiders' staff, Castaneda decided that Texas Tech was the best fit. Scout projects Castaneda to play guard at the next level. On the other side of the field is Justin Murphy, a 6-foot-8, 275-pound prospect who committed to Coach Kliff Kingsbury in mid-June; Murphy is projected to play tackle in college.
Other prospects to watch on Round Rock's roster include receiver Keyon Dilosa, a 6-foot-2.5, 180 prospect who holds a Houston offer and has been hearing from UTSA, Kansas State, Colorado, and New Mexico, among others, and 2015 defensive end Breylin Mitchell, a 6-foot-4, 250-pound TCU commit. For Belton, keep an eye on receiver Andre Ewing: the 6-foot-4.5, 190-pound athlete has received interest from Air Force, Iowa State, and Navy.
Austin (Texas) Westlake at Cibolo (Texas) Steele at 7:30 p.m.
Two of the best teams in the area face off this weekend, both looking to nab their third win of the season. Steele started off the season in a tough match up versus San Antonio (Texas) Madison, giving the Knights their sole loss of the season; Westlake also lost in week one versus Cedar Park.
Talent is abundant in this game; Steele has a couple of three-star Division-I commits on the line in defensive lineman Josh Malin (Baylor) and offensive lineman Deionte Noel (Texas Tech). Joining Noel in Lubbock next season is running back Justin Stockton, who has rushed for almost 500 yards this season. Others to watch: defensive end Matthew Simmons, 2015 quarterback L.G. Williams, and 2016 running back Bryson Denley.
Westlake is quarterbacked by SMU commit Jordan Severt and the roster features other prospects including receiver Patrick Elliott, who has emerged this season, Rice offensive line commit Calvin Anderson, and offensive lineman Will Copa, who holds Washington State, Texas State, New Mexico, San Diego State, and Central Arkansas offers.