Posted On: 03/30/21 7:00 PM

Now it is time to look at some incoming defensive sophomore talent that stood out in their freshman season in the Central Texas area. These four players have plenty of time to improve on their skills, but they have already made an impact for their respective teams last season.

1. Evrin Contreras (DL) - Seguin High School (Seguin, TX)

As a freshman, Contreras has done so much already for Seguin after his first season with the Matadors. He had 41 total tackles, with 34 being solo and averaged 4.6 tackles per game. he also had one sack, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. His best game came against Johnson on Nov. 20, when he had 10 total tackles, all being solo tackles, and two tackles for a loss while also recovering a fumble. He was able to get his one sack against Veterans Memorial and had his forced fumble against Hendrickson. The stats explain it themselves but Contreras has shown his potential already to be an elite defensive lineman, but there are plenty of years and experience ahead for the young lineman to continue to grow.

2. Jake Plesko (LB) - Geneva High School (Boerne, TX)

Plesko was amongst

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