Jacksonville's Raybon Riden has been lauded as the District 16-4A Offensive Most Valuable Player, following a vote of the league's coaches.
The Tribe senior helped his team to a 20-win season and a state playoff appearance.
Two Fightin' Indians made it to the circuit's First Team list.
That pairing included senior Daytron Thompson and sophomore, Datavion Thacker.
Claude Franklin, a senior, was the Tribe's only pick on the loop's Second Team.
A quintet of key contributors and role players earned an Honorable Mention laud.
That group contained, Mason McCormick, Charles Kendrick, Chris Cross, Demontrey Christopher and Carter McCown.
Jacksonville was coached by Mark Alexander.
Other superlative award winners included, Patrick Mahomes, a Whitehouse senior, District MVP; John Tyler's Rodney Bender, a junior, Defensive MVP; and Newcomer of the Year, Jordan Gray, a Lindale sophomore.
Whitehouse's Brent Kelley was picked as the conference's Coach of the Year.
Kelley previously piloted the Fightin' Indians and led Whitehouse to a district title and a deep playoff run in his first season at the helm of the Wildcat program.