Houston area’s best and brightest football stars make it official which colleges they’ll play at
National Signing Day should be set aside as a national holiday. Although it’s now a year-around business today and the first Wednesday in February are when College football programs are built or in some cases take a step back.
IN FOCUS (Photo Gallery): Clear Springs are Kings of I-45 South
The Clear Springs Chargers are the kings of I-45 South. The Chargers knocked off Dickinson in a wild one -- 59-48 -- to go 5-0 in District 24-6AQB Luke Sampson, RB Ky Woods and WRs Noah Thomas and Kaleb Hymes propelled the offense and the defense made just enough stops. Check out the full gallery from Andy Tolbert.
THE PULL UP: VYPE gets glimpse of emerging prospects in South Houston
VYPE headed south last week to check out what all the buzz was about at The Rig. It's widely apparent that these talented guys know each other well, playing at a South Texas Elite 7-on-7 practice. Former Dobie RB Darius Hale transferred to Pearland last year but was held out due to transfer rules last season. He has offers from Houston, Baylor and Central Arkansas and a decision should be coming soon. Pearland's Dylan Dixson is gaining momentum with offers from Florida State, Tennessee, Arizona State, Houston and Iowa State of late.