Gridiron Football Player of the Week, Week 11: 2026 ATH Jamohn Dyson, Jewel Sumner High School (Kentwood, La.)

Previous Gridiron Football Player of the Week Winners:

Week 1: LCA 2024 QB & LSU Commit Ju’Juan Johnson

Week 2: Westwood High School (TX) 2026 WR Kaysn Dial

Week 3: St. Martin’s Episcopal High School 2025 RB Harlem Berry

Week 4: Evangel Christian Academy 2024 WR Parker Fulghum

Week 5: Lafayette High School 2025 QB/ATH Kevon’te Landry

Week 6: Ascension Catholic High School 2025 RB Chad Elzy

Week 7: Hutto High School (TX) 2024 WR Alex Green

Week 8: Westwood High School (TX) 2027 QB Kavian Bryant

Week 9: McDonogh 35 High School 2024 DE/OLB Peyton McFarland

Week 10: Oakdale High School 2024 QB Deekota Johnson

Player of the Week: ATH Jamohn Dyson, Jewel Sumner, 2026

Jamohn “Slicin’” Dyson is the Gridiron Football Player of the Week with 20,713 votes. Dyson was heavily instrumental in the Cowboys’ 18-14 playoff win over South Beauregard. On defense, Dyson had four tackles, a tackle for loss and two interceptions (one of them was a pick-six). On offense, Dyson had two receptions for 96 yards and a touchdown along with 25 rushing yards.

Runner-Up: ATH Ray Levi, Lake Arthur (La.), 2024

Coming in second place with 19,546 votes is quarterback/athlete Ray Levi of Lake Arthur High School. Levi had 32 carries with 328 yards and five touchdowns and scored four two-point conversions as well in the Tigers’ 46-35 win over Montgomery.

3rd Place: RB Travis Adams, Tioga (La.), 2025

Coming in third place in the voting with 16,411 votes was Tioga running back Travis Adams. Adams had 29 carries with 257 yards and five touchdowns in the Indians’ 48-14 victory over L.W. Higgins in the first round of the playoffs.

4th Place: RB Cashmere Batiste, Carencro (La.), 2024

Coming in fourth place with 1,098 votes was Carencro High School running back Cashmire Batiste. Batiste had 13 rushes for 242 yards and five touchdowns in the Bears’ 57-7 victory over Pineville. Batiste also rushed for a staggering 18.61 yards per carry.

5th Place: RB Reed Williams, DeRidder (La.), 2026

Coming in at fifth place with 878 votes was DeRidder High School running back Reed Williams. The sophomore was a big reason why the Dragons defeated Lakeshore in the first round of the LHSAA Division II Non-Select Playoffs. Williams rushed for 233 yards and three touchdowns, including the 97-yard game-winning touchdown with just under four minutes to play in the game.

6th Place: QB Keagan Ables, Hawley (Texas), 2025

Coming in sixth place with 383 votes was Hawley High School quarterback Keagan Ables. Ables completed 16 of his 21 pass attempts for 330 yards and seven touchdowns in his team’s 63-18 victory over Anthony. 

7th Place: RB Damon Blocker, Central (La.), 2024

Coming in seventh place in the voting was Central High School running back Damon Blocker with 82 votes. In the Wildcats’ 43-15 victory over a talented East St. John team, Blocker had 227 yards and three touchdowns.

8th Place: DE Gabe Reliford, Evangel Christian (La.), 2024

Coming in eighth place with 29 votes was defensive end Gabe Reliford from Evangel Christian Academy in Shreveport. Reliford, who is a Texas A&M commit, had nine tackles, five tackles for loss, four sacks and a forced fumble in the Eagles’ 49-0 victory over Belaire.

9th Place: ATH Ethan Wilder, Gordo (Ala.), 2024

Coming in at ninth place with 18 votes is athlete Ethan WIlder out of Gordo High School in Alabama. Wilder made his name known in all three elements of the game in his team’s 57-6 win over Phil Campbell High School. On offense, Wilder had five carries for 181 yards and three touchdowns. On defense, he has eight tackles and an interception returned for a 47-yard touchdown. Wilder also housed an 84-yard kick return for a touchdown. 

10. ATH Hutson Hendrix, Boerne (Texas), 2025

Coming in at 10th place with 16 votes was athlete/linebacker Hutson Hendrix from Boerne High School in Texas. Hendrix had 13 tackles, three tackles for loss and an interception. On offense, he had 16 rushes for 106 yards and two touchdowns in his team’s 42-28 win over Taylor High School.

Honorable Mentions

ATH Jaedon Voisin, Belle Chasse, 2024: 2-for-3 for 136 yards and a touchdown; 17 rushes for 140 yards and three touchdowns; seven tackles, tackle for a loss in 43-16 win over Parkway

QB Deekota Johnson, Oakdale (La.), 2024: Eight carries for 206 yards and five touchdowns; 1-for-4 for 19 yards in 53-21 victory over East Beauregard

QB Landon Duckworth, Jackson (Ala.), 2026: 9-for-11 for 175 yards and three touchdowns; four rushes for 28 yards and a touchdown in 44-7 victory over Cleburne

QB Kelby Hypolite, Breaux Bridge (La.), 2024: 5-for-8 for 116 passing yards, 25 rushes for 168 yards and four touchdowns in 35-19 victory over Eunice

RB ReJohn Zeno, Jennings (La.), 2025: 29 rushes for 259 yards and three touchdowns in 34-6 win over Kaplan

RB Conner Lally, Covenant Christian (La.), 2026: 28 carries, 236 yards and four touchdowns in 35-6 win over Delta Charter

RB/DB James Owen, Pine (La.), 2024: five rushes, 97 yards and a touchdown; two catches for 97 yards and a touchdown, and an interception

RB Braeden George, Epsicopal (La.), 2024: 16 rushes for 192 yards and three touchdowns in 50-6 win over Martin Luther King Charter

RB Kameron Casenave, Northlake Christian (La.), 2026: 25 carries for 225 yards and five touchdowns in loss to St. Thomas Aquinas

RB Jacobi Jefferson, Salmen (La.), 2024: 23 carries for 193 yards and two touchdowns in 20-17 victory over West Ouachita

DL Josh Johnson, Allen (Texas), 2024: five tackles, two tackles for loss, two sacks and four pressures

DL Kole Caldwell, Hueytown (Ala.), 2024: eight tackles, three tackles for loss and a sack in 14-0 win over Theodore

LB Keidrick Richardson, De La Salle (La.), 2024: 17 tackles and sack in 42-0 win over Buckeye