The Highland Park football team had numerous players on the All-District 10-4A Team, including a pair of superlatives. Senior running back Preston Miller was named the Co-Offensive Player of the Year, along with Wylie East running back Jabari Anderson. Scots head coach Randy Allen earned Coach of the Year accolades.
Pearce wide receiver Corey Coleman was the district MVP. Rockwall-Heath end Jordan Points was named Defensive Player of the Year. Wylie East quarterback Garrett McCain was named Offensive Sophomore of the Year, while Rockwall linebacker Chris Hinckley and McKinney North tackle Preston Spears shared Defensive Sophomore of the Year honors.
Highland Park senior quarterback Brady Burgin, senior running back Jackson Hauser, senior wide receiver William Morris, senior center Coleman Glass, senior offensive lineman Tanner Stone, and junior offensive lineman William Barns were all first-team offensive selections. All except for Glass were unanimous picks. Scots senior tackle Thomas Perry, senior linebacker Mason Shaw, senior cornerback Mark Gottsacker, and senior safety Luke Utley were all first-team defensive selections. Senior kicker Nick Rose was named first-team kicker and punter.
Senior receiver Hunter Halpin and senior offensive linemen Claiborne Myers and Barker Carlock were second-team offensive selections. Senior tackle Bradfield Biggers and senior end Clay Crews were second-team defensive picks.
Also for Highland Park, offensive lineman Thomas Hutt, wide receiver Charles Hubbard, linebackers Mac Hartley and Alex Andrade, linebacker Bryce Green, and defensive backs Matt Bannon, Hayden Greer, and Christian Munoz earned honorable mention.