WYLIE FEATURE: Bulldogs receiving corps ready to lead another explosive offense

Last year, the Wylie football team fielded one of its most explosive offenses in years. Fueled by the All-Big Country Preps Offensive Player of the Year in quarterback KJ Long, the Bulldogs averaged 37 points per game on the way to their first district title as a Class 5A program and a 10-4 record overall.

While Long and his 3,855 total yards and 42 total touchdowns are gone, WHS will still boast one of the best and most versatile receiving corps in the Big Country.

And coach Clay Martin is confident that group — led by seniors Braden Regala and Derrick Evans, as well as junior Hunter Hood — will keep the Bulldogs passing game churning right along.

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