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Standout Super Bowl performances by former Texas high school football players

Von Miller's huge game in Super Bowl 50 got us wondering: Which Texans have put on the best show in the sport's biggest game?

The third player to play high school football in the state of Texas won a Super Bowl MVP when DeSoto’s Von Miller earned the award in Denver’s defeat of Carolina. Miller joined Drew Brees (SB XLIV) and Harvey Martin (XII) as former Texan prep stars to win a Super Bowl MVP, and his performance ranks high on the all-time great…

13 Texas high school football products are headed for Super Bowl 50

This is the Morning Jolt, TexasFootball.com’s wake-up call to get up and start thinking about football.

The biggest football game — and arguably the biggest sporting event — of the year is a mere week and a half away, when Super Bowl 50 will kick off from San Francisco on February 7. And when the NFC champion Carolina Panthers tee it up against the AFC champion Denver Broncos, there will be a distinct Texas flavor. All told, Carolina and…

Four newly-formed district games sure to entertain for the next two years

With UIL Realignment now in the rear window, we spotlight four must-see annual showdowns.

We’ve had nearly a week to digest the 2016-18 district alignment. The shakeup across the state created some very interesting district matchups in 2016. Here are four we’re excited to watch for the next two years. Allen vs. Denton Guyer District 6-6A was made interesting when Denton Guyer joined the fold. Both programs hold state championships at the highest levels…

A very early look at the top prospects in the 2017 recruiting class

Our recruiting expert breaks down five names to keep an eye on during the next recruiting cycle.

The 2016 class is in the rearview mirror. Recruiting works like that now. The ink dries and it is time to work on the next batch of prospects to fill the ranks. The 2017 class in Texas is deeper and more talented than 2016, but five players stand above the rest entering the spring. Marvin Wilson, DT, Episcopal (Houston) Not…