Brock all-state athlete transfers to private school power

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Brock all-state athlete Reid Watkins is transferring to private school power Fort Worth All Saints for his senior year, 247Sports' Mike Roach reports.

Watkins was a driving force behind Brock's run to the Class 3A Division I state championship in 2022, making his presence felt on both sides of the ball to earn TSWA first-team all-state honors. The 5-11, 185-pound prospect in the Class of 2024 accounted for 1,893 all-purpose yards and 25 touchdowns, averaging 6.7 yards per carry as a junior. Watkins also notched 73 tackles, two interceptions, two forced fumbles and a defensive touchdown for the Eagles in 2022.

Watkins leaves one state finalist for another, joining a Fort Worth All Saints program that finished as runner-up in TAPPS Division II. The seven-time private school state champion finished with a 7-6 record under coach Aaron Beck.

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