McKinney Boyd’s Bryan Driskell is the lone Class 5A rusher among DFW high schools to have more than 1,000 rushing yards so far. Driskell leads all football players with 1,168 rushing yards to go with 14 touchdowns, according to the Dallas Morning News. The next highest is Flower Mound Marcus’ Harvey Giddens with 959 rushing yards and an area-best 16 touchdowns.
Driskell also leads the area in scoring with 98 points, ahead of Giddens with 96.
MISD teams have some other players among area leaders, too.
In the 4A ranks, McKinney High quarterback Robert Somborn is second in passing with 1,390 yards. He trails DFW leader Dalyn Williams, who has 1,951. Somborn also has 14 passing TDs.
McKinney North quarterback Hunter Walling is 30th in the area with 626 passing yards and five TDs.
McKinney High receiver Quentin Casner is second in the 4A area with 579 receiving yards and four TDs. He trails only Gerald Thomas of The Colony, who has 589 receiving yards.
McKinney North’s Trey Smith has 523 rushing yards, placing him 23rd in the area. Smith also has eight rushing TDs. Smith is also 24th in scoring with 48 points.
This Week’s MISD Varsity Football Schedule
Rockwall at McKinney High (homecoming), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7 (Ron Poe Stadium)
McKinney North at Rockwall-Heath, 7:30 p.m., Friday, Oct. 7 (Wilkerson-Sanders Memorial Stadium)
McKinney Boyd has a bye week.