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KFBCA Top 11: Tre Washington

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Tre Washington, RB, 5-10, 185, Derby

  • KFBCA Top 11: Tre Washington, brought to you by the KCAC, Nex-Tech Wireless and Subway. (Photo by Walter Dixon, Derby Informer)
    KFBCA Top 11: Tre Washington, brought to you by the KCAC, Nex-Tech Wireless and Subway. (Photo by Walter Dixon, Derby Informer)

The Kansas Football Coaches Association picked their All-State teams December 8th and 9th, including their Top 11. Kansas Pregame is providing capsules for each of the Top 11 selections.

Check out Derby running back Tre Washington's capsule below, and head to the KFBCA website for details on the annual coaching clinic coming up January 31st and February 1st.

The clinic will include Kansas State University head coach Chris Klieman as the keynote speaker and a ceremony welcoming the first ever Hall of Fame class along with several other college and high school speakers discussing program development and football strategy.

Tre Washington, RB, 5-10, 185, Derby

The Ark Valley Chisholm Trail Division I Offensive Player of the Year will leave the Derby football program with three state championships in four years. 

Tre Washington has only been the star running back for two seasons, but he made the most of his time. In the 2019 6A State Championship against Olathe North, Washington rushed for 152 yards and two touchdowns. He surpassed 3,400 career yards and scored his 48th career rushing touchdown in the process.

Washington currently holds offers from Southwestern Oklahoma State, Butler Community College, Independence Community College, and Dodge City Community College. 

Derby Head Coach Brandon Clark on Washington: “Tre has played a huge part of our success on offense the past two years.  He not only is a very talented running back, he was one of our best receivers also. Tre played so well, that most of the past two years, he only saw playing time in the first two quarters. This year he helped our offense average just over 42 points by halftime in the 13 games he played in.”

Topeka Head Coach Walt Alexander on Washington: “One of the best backs I have seen in my 31 years coaching. Tremendous vision and speed.”

Check out a few of Washington's senior highlights below: