HS Football Week 7: Williamson County Offensive Player of the Week

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Here are our picks for Williamson County Offensive Player of the Week in our coverage area in what was a banner week for offensive output.

5. Eric Stoxstill-Diggs, quarterback, Franklin Road Academy

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Stoxstill-Diggs has put up video-game numbers on a few occasions this year. Friday night’s contest was the latest. The senior quarterback was 20-of-27 passing for 314 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions, and ran four times for 10 yards and a score. Stoxstill-Diggs added three solo stops and four assisted tackles on defense. Highlights from that game have been posted to his Hudl page, which you may see here. 

4. Tai Carter, running back, Summit

Tai Carter Summit
Summit running back Tai Carter

Carter’s banner season continued on Friday in Summit’s 48-13 win over Franklin County. Carter ran 16 times for 170 yards and four touchdowns. Video highlights of that game may be found here. 

3. Colton Dooley, running back, Nolensville

HS Football Week : Williamson County Offensive Player of the Week

Nolensville picked up its second win in program history with a 42-28 win over Tullahoma. Dooley ran 29 times for 213 yards and a score in that contest. Here are some video highlights of Dooley’s career. 

2. Lance Wilhoite, wide receiver, Franklin Road Academy

lance Wilhoite

FRA picked up a big 56-16 win over Goodpasture, during which Wilhoite had a huge night. The receiver caught 12 balls for 233 yards and two scores on Friday. Wilhoite had a 61-yard catch included in that. You may see highlights of his season here. 

1. Carson Shacklett, quarterback, Brentwood

Brentwood's Shacklett Perfect vs. Nolensville
Brentwood quarterback Carson Shacklett.

Shacklett’s deadly accuracy was on display again Friday. The senior quarterback hit 23-of-27 passes for 305 yards and four touchdowns. In addition, Shacklett ran 11 times for 66 yards. The only blemish on Shacklett’s evening was an interception. Even then, that came on a very catchable ball that an open receiver tipped to a defensive back. Brentwood is now 6-1 on the season.

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.