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This week in Texas high school football: February 14

San Angelo appeals to the UIL, Jon Kitna resigns from Waxahachie and Austin McCallum's Taylor takes over at Pflugerville

UIL realignment appeals On Monday, San Angelo ISD announced it was appealing its placement in District 3-6A in the latest UIL Realignment released on February 1. SAISD cited additional travel, safety of students and missed classroom time as primary drivers behind the appeal. San Angelo Central is currently placed in District 3-6A with Abilene, Weatherford, Richland, Haltom, Euless Trinity and…

INSIDERS: Ranking every new Texas high school football district

What are the toughest districts in Texas? What about the easiest? We crunch the numbers on all 192 new UIL districts.

The UIL announced the new districts for all 1,228 public Texas high school football teams in February, but not all districts are created equal. What are the toughest — and the easiest — districts in Texas? Dave Campbell’s Texas Football crunched the numbers to find out! How We Calculate District Strength: We take Texas high school football analytics expert Jerry Forrest’s…

Ranking the best QBs in the 2019 class

Wednesday, the 2018 recruiting season officially hit the finish line, but now it’s time for a focus on 2019. Naturally, we’re starting with the best quarterbacks in the class, led by Texas commit Roschon Johnson of Port Noches-Groves. In 13 games last year, he rushed for 1,627 yards and 29 scores and threw for 2,918 yards with 35 touchdowns and…

Where do Texas schools stand for 2019 recruiting?

The 2018 classes are officially in the barn, but coaches are already hard at work getting a jump start on 2019. With 10 months before the early signing period begins next December, six programs already have players committed for next year. Here’s how the state stacks up: 1. Texas A&M: The Aggies already have six commits, including five-star safety Brian…