A TXSHFB Only Mock Draft: Picks 11-20

Photo via Gordon DeLoach, TexasHSFootball.com   With the upcoming combine and draft, I was tasked by our editorial team to compile a list of all Texas talent, if they were selected in the first round. You read that right. Imagine you’ve awoken in an alternative universe where Texas has seceded and the NFL is only … Continue reading “A TXSHFB Only Mock Draft: Picks 11-20”

James Lott: 7 Things You Need To Do To Get Recruited

Photo via Rick Castillo, TexasHSFootball.com   Ask Yourself: “What Are My Real Chances Of Playing College Football?” – It’s very important that we start this off with hard data, and the data doesn’t lie: it’s very hard to get recruited, to play college football, especially at the D1 level. There are 1,023,712 high school football … Continue reading “James Lott: 7 Things You Need To Do To Get Recruited”

Kansas State AD Shows Off New ‘Texas State Champions’ T-Shirt

Photo via Gordon DeLoach, TexasHSFootball.com   It was not a great year for college football for Texas schools in the Big 12 in 2016. Texas went 5-7 and fired Charlie Strong, TCU and Texas Tech struggled as well, and Baylor was plagued by problems related to Art Briles and the sexual assault scandal. Even Texas … Continue reading “Kansas State AD Shows Off New ‘Texas State Champions’ T-Shirt”

Summer Creek Aims For Playoff Run In 2017

Photo via Joe Buvid, Houston Chronicle   The Summer Creek Bulldogs could’ve easily been one of the best teams in the state that didn’t make the playoffs last year. After a 5-0 start, including a win over Pearland Dawson and crushing two district foes, the Bulldogs finished 2016 with four straight losses. Three of the … Continue reading “Summer Creek Aims For Playoff Run In 2017”

Sweetwater Selects Temple’s Ben McGehee As New Head Coach

Photo via John Glaser, TexasHSFootball.com   As first reported by David Robinett of Big Country Sports, pending board approval on Thursday, Sweetwater will hire Temple’s Ben Mcgehee as their new head football coach. McGehee is no stranger to the Big Country, his resume includes stops at Abilene Cooper and Brownwood. He’s fresh off a state … Continue reading “Sweetwater Selects Temple’s Ben McGehee As New Head Coach”

Former Port Isabel HC Monty Stumbaugh Named New Head Coach At Hidalgo

Photo via hidalgopirates.org The Hidalgo Pirates have found their next head coach. Per 956Sports.com, former Port Isabel head coach Monty Stumbaugh has been named the next head coach and athletic director at Hidalgo. Stumbaugh replaces David Duty, who went 3-16 in two seasons as the Pirates head coach and was reassigned after this past season. … Continue reading “Former Port Isabel HC Monty Stumbaugh Named New Head Coach At Hidalgo”

Hico Hires Randy Thornton As New Head Football Coach

Photo via Brad Keith, The Flash Today   Hico ISD has selected Randy Thornton out of a pool of 154 applicants to be their new head football coach. IT'S OFFICIAL: Randy Thornton has received unanimous approval from Hico trustees, & will be AD/HFC immediately after spring break #txhsfb — Brad Keith (@theflashsports) February 21, 2017 … Continue reading “Hico Hires Randy Thornton As New Head Football Coach”

2018 Recruiting Analysis: Carthage RB Keaontay Ingram

Photo via John Glaser, TexasHSFootball.com   District Most Valuable Player. All-State Selection. State Champion. There is nothing that Carthage running back Keaontay Ingram has not accomplished in his stupendous high school career. Now, on the cusp of his senior season, he can add highly touted recruit to his list. With 20 offers from many of … Continue reading “2018 Recruiting Analysis: Carthage RB Keaontay Ingram”

Kingwood’s Strong End To 2016 Will Provide Momentum This Year

Photo via Jerry Baker, Freelance for the Houston Chronicle   A 5-5 record was good enough to get the Kingwood Mustangs into the 2016 playoffs. A 56-23 win over Channelview gave the Mustangs the third seed out of District 21-6A, and Kingwood throttled South Houston in the Bi-District round. However, Clear Brook took down Kingwood, … Continue reading “Kingwood’s Strong End To 2016 Will Provide Momentum This Year”

Sachse Is Loaded With Talent, And They’ll Be Back In 2017

Photo via Michael Minasi, Houston Chronicle   At some point, winning games is more important than how you win them. That’s the story for Sachse (Garland) in 2016, they won every single game until they were beaten in the second round of the playoffs by The Woodlands by a score of 51-40. Sachse didn’t exactly … Continue reading “Sachse Is Loaded With Talent, And They’ll Be Back In 2017”