Austin Carlisle
Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL

Austin Carlisle

Quarterback
5′11″ / 185 lbs
Missouri City, TX
Ft Bend Ridge Point
Class of 2025
Rating: 88
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Highlights: Ridge Point edges Tompkins in a huge first round matchup
Fort Bend Ridge Point outlasts Fort Bend Hightower in rivalry shootout

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Highlights: Ridge Point edges Tompkins in a huge first round matchup
6:35
3 mo ago by Cade Draughon
Highlights: Ridge Point edges Tompkins in a huge first round matchup
Fort Bend Ridge Point won a nail-biter in Missouri City on Friday night to advance to the second round of the TXHSFB  playoffs, 49-44. TexAgs was on hand, and now, we present the highlights of the action.
Brauny's Best: Highlighting top high school performances from Week 4
5 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Brauny's Best: Highlighting top high school performances from Week 4
With no shortage of standouts on the high school football gridiron, Ryan Brauninger dives into some of the top showings he saw in Week 4. Three quarterbacks have the spotlight this week, including 2024 A&M commit AJ Maddox, along with Owen Cossette and Austin Carlisle.
Fort Bend Ridge Point outlasts Fort Bend Hightower in rivalry shootout
5:16
5 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Fort Bend Ridge Point outlasts Fort Bend Hightower in rivalry shootout
Fort Bend Ridge Point put up 43 points to win a wild “Battle of the Tollway” rivalry game over Fort Bend Hightower on Thursday evening. TexAgs was on hand and now brings you the top plays from the night.

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