One of the state’s most dominant players will be moving just next door to continue his career.
Refugio's Robert Ortiz- Tyler JC, Jaylon Mascorro- New Mexico St., Trace Mascorro- UTEP, Kobie Herring- UTEP. pic.twitter.com/NQI2UR27rW
— Mike Forman (@mikeforman21) February 1, 2017
Jaylon Mascorro, who did nearly everything for a dominant Refugio squad, will be playing at New Mexico State in college. Mascorro was a bruiser in high school, he consistently ran hard despite multiple shoulder injuries in his senior year. The state champion will be bringing his skills toting the rock to a New Mexico State team that went 3-9 and desperately needs tough runners.
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