Who's going to win in Week 4 of the 2019 Texas high school football season? Our computer projects all 615 games statewide.
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Highland Park Scots, Class of 2020
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- State Rank:#31
- Position Rank:#3
Chandler stepped right in for a legend at Highland Park and quickly developed into one of the state's most productive and accurate throwers. Son of Arkansas head coach Chad Morris.
Tepper and Craig Way reflect on week 3 of TXHSFB and preview what you can expect to see in Week 4 of TXHSFB.
We rank all 1,400+ Texas high school football teams after the third week of the the 2019 season. Yes, really.
Tepper gives us his Three Big Thoughts, Three Helmet Stickers, Three Teams to Watch and Three Teams to Worry about after week 3 of TXHSFB.
Dave Campbell's Texas Football, the official rankings partner of the Associated Press, released its Week 4 Texas high school football state rankings.
Each week there's major moving and shaking and trends developing across the state in Texas High School Football, our resident TXHSFB Insider Matt Stepp brings you the ten items he thinks helped change the landscape statewide.
The Follow-Through: What did Dave Campbell's Texas Football get right or wrong, and what did we learn from Week 3?
We make a lot of predictions about the biggest Texas high school football games, so we're taking a closer look at the key results from every week before we turn our attention to the next.
Greg Tepper of Dave Campbell's Texas Football is back for another season, and he's breaking down the biggest games across the Lone Star state. This week, he spotlights a tasty small school matchup between Lorena and Lampasas, and a long distance clash between Cedar Park and San Angelo Central.
It's another monster week of TXHSFB games across the state and DCTF Texas High School Football Insider Matt Stepp breaks down the Week 3 slate!