We honor five players, in descending order, as our Williamson County Offensive Players of the Week in our coverage area following Week 11 high school action.
5. Jordan Nicholas, running back, Brentwood
Nicholas was a star in Brentwood’s 49-21 victory over Centennial on a rainy evening. Nicholas ran 14 times for 144 yards and a score as the Bruins finished the regular season 9-1.
4. Troy Henderson, running back, Independence
Henderson’s second half of the season has been tremendous, as he’s been a regular fixture on our list lately. Henderson ran 25 times for 207 yards and a score in the rain, though the Eagles lost 22-13 to Ravenwood.
3. Jordan Smith, running back, Ravenwood
Smith’s been a big player on one of the area’s most potent and versatile offenses. On Friday, Smith ran 18 times for 237 yards and a score as the Raptors beat Independence, 22-13.
2. Austin Amor, quarterback, Grace Christian Academy
Amor was our top pick for Offensive Player of the Week for Week 10. The senior nearly duplicated that effort again this week. Amor carried 30 times in the rain for 244 yards and four scores, and completed 5-of-10 for 75 yards through the air. Grace Christian Academy beat Fayetteville, 28-14, and advanced to the state playoffs.
1. Tomario Pleasant, running back, Brentwood Academy
Pleasant continues to shine for one of the country’s best teams. On Friday, he carried 17 times for two touchdowns (one was a spectacular 77-yard run) as BA smashed Ensworth, 37-7.
Disclaimer: In compiling this list, we considered players from our entire coverage area, which includes the following schools: Brentwood Academy, Battle Ground Academy, Brentwood High School, Centennial High School, Christ Presbyterian Academy, Ensworth, Fairview High School, Father Ryan High School, Franklin High School, Franklin Road Academy, Grace Christian Academy, Independence High School, Nolensville High School, Page High School, Ravenwood High School, Spring Hill High School, Summit High School. Although not all of these schools are within the boundaries of Williamson County, we know many of our parents have children at those schools and are interested in their sports programs; therefore, we consider all football players at these schools.