For the second weekend in a row, Cedar Hill Trinity Christian is headed out of state to play a game. Last weekend, the Tigers lost at Madison-Ridgeland Academy in Mississippi, 27-26. They hope to make up for that on Saturday, though.
Trinity Christian is playing at Knoxville (Tenn.) Catholic on Saturday. It will air nationally on ESPN at 11 a.m. Central.
The Tigers have won three-straight state titles but are no longer in TAPPS, which is the largest private school association in the state of Texas. Because of that, they are playing a national schedule this year.
Trinity Christian is led by four-star FAU quarterback commit Shedeur Sanders. The son of NFL Hall of Famer Deion, he has thrown for 8,800 yards and 123 touchdowns over the past three seasons.
Sanders has a pair of FBS wide receiver prospects to throw to as Indiana commit Jordyn Williams transferred in from Georgia this offseason and Robert Williams made the move from the Houston area as he played for Humble a year ago.
On defense, safety Cam’Ron Silmon is committed to FAU as well while fellow defensive back Cameron Wilson is an Illinois State pledge.
Knoxbille Catholic is led by a top quarterback prospect of its own in junior Kaden Martin. The 6-foot, 200-pound dual-threat prospect has an impressive offer list already and he is the son of former Tennessee quarterback Tee Martin, who is now an assistant coach for the Vols. Junior athlete Tommy Winton also has an impressive offer list while sophomore wide receifer Karaaz Johnson already has a few offers, too.
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