Martin's Willis named 4-6A MVP by district coaches

The Martin Warriors and Arlington Colts were both well represented on All-District team

  • Martin's Juma Otoviano (8, far left) was selected first team All-District 4-6A quarterback by the district coaches. (Photo: Russ Rendon/Arlington Voice)
    Martin's Juma Otoviano (8, far left) was selected first team All-District 4-6A quarterback by the district coaches. (Photo: Russ Rendon/Arlington Voice)
  • The District 4-6A football coaches chose Sorrell Brown (13) first team wide receiver. (Photo: Russ Rendon/Arlington Voice)
    The District 4-6A football coaches chose Sorrell Brown (13) first team wide receiver. (Photo: Russ Rendon/Arlington Voice)
Keven Costlow

The Martin Warriors and the Arlington Colts, both of whom advanced three rounds into the Class 6A playoffs, were well represented on the District 4-6A All-District team released Monday afternoon.

Martin’s Brayden Willis, who saw time at quarterback, tight end and punter, was selected as the District’s Most Valuable Player. Willis scored 23 touchdowns and passed for four more this season. Willis' teammate, Keelan Chilton, joined Willis on the Superlatives by being named co-special teams player of the year.

Other Martin players selected for the first team were quarterback Juma Otoviano, wide receiver Sorrell Brown, center Jacob Holland, defensive end Spencer Trussell and cornerback Willie Roberts.

The Arlington Colts had the Offensive Player of the Year in quarterback D’Montae Davis and the Co-Special Teams Player of the Year in kicker Griffin Kell. Other Colts picked for the first team were sibling linebackers X’Zavion McDonald, and A’Tavion McDonald, safety Kyron White and cornerback X’Zavier Guyton.

Sporting high marks for the future, the Lamar Vikings had both the Offensive Sophomore of the Year in quarterback Jack Dawson, and the Defensive Sophomore of the Year in linebacker James Douglas. Lamar was also represented on the first team by wide receiver Jalen Jones.

Other local player selected for the first team were guard Jacob Rios of Sam Houston, Bowie's Ty DeArman, the Utility Player of the Year, and Bowie linebacker Jalan Baymon.