White Offense - Quarterbacks (2)
QB-Andre Kelly, Chavez
QB-Michael Stojkovic, Katy
If there is one thing for certain, the white team, led by Chavez coach Mike Jackson should not have much trouble in the passing game. For one, Jackson has one of his own in Kelly who has three years under his belt in the Lobos’ air assault game. In his senior season at Chavez, Kelley threw for 2,422 yards, 22 touchdowns to only nine interceptions. Kelly also had four rushing touchdowns, but from the numbers, running the ball is not his forte.
Much like his teammate, Stojkovic, who is also more of a pro-style quarterback. And though these two come from totally different styles of offenses at the respective high schools, both have the ability to unload the ball in the passing game. Stojkovic was the primary signal caller for the state finalist Tiger squad, throwing for 1,284 yards, 12 touchdowns and four interceptions. Much like Kelly, Stojkovic did not produce much in the running game with only 165 yards and two touchdowns.
White Offense-Running backs (3)
RB-Brandon Ellison, Clear Brook
RB-Reginald Perry, Yates
RB-Will Jeffery, Katy
A nice combination of speed and power will fuel the White rushing attack. Both Perry and Jeffery are under 170 pounds, but have made names for themselves on the 5A and 4A level, rushing for over 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons. Perry proved he was one of the finest in Houston ISD rushing for 1,540 yards and scoring 18 touchdowns. Perry averaged over nine yards a carry.
On the West end, Jeffery was one of the primary factors in the Tigers’ success in getting back to the state final game. For the year, Jeffery ran for 1,833 yards and 19 touchdowns in a 16-game season. Jeffery is used to having a big body sharing carries with him, and for the all-star game Ellison will be that guy.
Ellison, who played in a run-heavy offense at Clear Brook, was the engine of the Wolves’ offense. He ran for 1,145 yards 17 touchdowns.