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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus12399 View Post
    Hmm maybe , maybe not , that will depend what happens after this season. Robert will still be in varsity this year , but won’t be use at QB. So that’s where imo , both of them will compete for a spot next year , but either one of them at QB in 2019 and the other at receiver w Sebastian

    I almost forgot about him , but one of the JV QBs too , who will be an incoming Jr , Damian Pruneda could be of help too
    So Mancha at Slot on varsity? Good for him

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGVTrouble View Post
    So Mancha at Slot on varsity? Good for him
    Yep. Not starting , but should be in the mix most of games

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus12399 View Post
    Yep. Not starting , but should be in the mix most of games
    Yeah, he's a smooth athlete... I had only seen him at QB when he was younger, but he really caught my eye during spring football as a slot, he's shifty in the open field and knows how to get open...

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    Happy Birthday Sharyland. Here's my Sharyland 2018 Schedule Hype video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cochino's Revenge View Post


    Happy Birthday Sharyland. Here's my Sharyland 2018 Schedule Hype video.
    SO FRKN DOPE!!!!! AWESOME JOB COCHINO!!!!! I hope Alice goes 16-0... Unless they play us of course!!!!

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    Where is the beef??? Looking over the Sharyland Rattler roster, I can't help but feel like our team will be carried by the OL, I'm hoping our coaches get a chance to use some of that beef on the DL too...

    OT Joshua Williams 6'1 275, G Gabriel Martinez 5'11 250, G Claudio Garcia 6'2 275 and OT Oscar Garcia 6'5 300 are all returning starters from last season, we need to replace our Center (I think) we've got a couple of young big boys G Gustavo Borquez 6'3 255 and G Ronaldo Cruz 5'8 270 that I don't know much about... I hope we can put some of that size on the DL this season..

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    Idk if it was already mentioned but Shary is getting new BOTH home and away Unis. Should be a new look for the white helmets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus12399 View Post
    Idk if it was already mentioned but Shary is getting new BOTH home and away Unis. Should be a new look for the white helmets.
    I hadn't heard!!!! Thats awesome!!!! I can't wait to see what they look like!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGVTrouble View Post
    Where is the beef??? Looking over the Sharyland Rattler roster, I can't help but feel like our team will be carried by the OL, I'm hoping our coaches get a chance to use some of that beef on the DL too...

    OT Joshua Williams 6'1 275, G Gabriel Martinez 5'11 250, G Claudio Garcia 6'2 275 and OT Oscar Garcia 6'5 300 are all returning starters from last season, we need to replace our Center (I think) we've got a couple of young big boys G Gustavo Borquez 6'3 255 and G Ronaldo Cruz 5'8 270 that I don't know much about... I hope we can put some of that size on the DL this season..
    You talking about sharyland OL made me think of Richard Cervantes. While Shary has had good players i liked how the kid played. Especially how he didnt back down from Madison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFC View Post
    You talking about sharyland OL made me think of Richard Cervantes. While Shary has had good players i liked how the kid played. Especially how he didnt back down from Madison.
    Richard was a good one, he was a finisher... I remember him guiding Lance Madden into the endzone several times, once they were in he would pick Lance up over his head in celebration... It was fun to see

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    DCTF's TXHSFB Insider takes a look at some "off the grid" teams you need to have your eye on in 2018
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    Every year when the summer edition of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football comes out, fans and media alike look at the teams we have at the top of the pre-season rankings to get an idea of who likely makes the trip to Arlington to play for a state title at AT&T Stadium in December.

    While the teams ranked highly in pre-season are there for good reason, we all know there are always a few mystery guests that pop up with deep playoff runs and sometimes state titles when the season wraps up. Who are those teams you need to keep an eye on in 2018? We’ve got you covered at DCTF as we bring you our 2018 Hipster Picks to keep in your back pocket as you casually drop them into conversation with your friends from time to time, so once they make that deep run, you can look like a Texas high school football genius.

    Canyon Randall

    There are few regions in the state quite as wide-open as Class 5A Division II Region I as realignment wreaked havoc and moved traditional power Aledo to Region II and opened the door for a new power to emerge. Although most think Lubbock Cooper, El Paso Parkland or Justin Northwest are the primary contenders, head coach Gaylon Selman’s Raiders could be poised to break out after a pair of less-than-stellar seasons. If you haven’t heard the name, then get to know JaSean Barrow. The 6-foot-2 205-pound junior is fresh off a 1,200-yard rushing season and 20 touchdowns as a sophomore. He’s poised to carry the load and could lead the Raiders to great things. Dual-threat QB Landen Nix is back for his third season leading the offense. He guided Randall to a 6-5 mark a year ago and if teams stack the line to slow Barrow, Nix could be a game-changer. The biggest key for Canyon Randall and a potentially deep playoff run will be how a very young defense can mature. Only two starters return led by DB’s Hagen Escoto and Tavian Combs. The front seven will be young, but Selmon likes the talent as most of the front seven will consist of players from a 9-1 JV squad. The wildcard factor for the entire district will be how teams handle the extreme travel in some instances and Randall is on the far northern end of this district. The Raiders only drew two away district games in 2018, one in Plainview which is only 68 miles away and the other at Wichita Falls Rider, 231 miles away.

    Kaufman

    How can a team that finished 12-2 and returns 15 total starters be considered a hipster pick? Easy, when that team is moving up from 4A Division I to 5A Division II and is in a district with perennial powers Ennis and Corsicana along with a North Forney squad that finished 10-3, you have the recipe for a team that’s really good, but really overlooked. Kaufman is a senior-laden squad with plenty of playoff experience so going against Ennis and Corsicana won’t phase this group, especially with playmaking QB Trey Collier (3,114 passing, 37 TDs) and RB Jay Gasper (1,428 rushing, 23 TDs) returning to carry the load. The Lions have very good team speed on the defensive side of the ball and the size up front to do some damage. The biggest key for Kaufman will be remaining healthy in 2018. The Lions don’t have a lot of depth and a rash of injuries can easily derail a team that could be a sleeper for a district title to an also-ran.

    Dayton

    It’s been odd seeing the Broncos struggle the past couple of seasons, but 2018 could be a real rebound year for second year head coach Jeff Nations’ squad. The Broncos still have to navigate a difficult district that includes Port Neches-Groves, Crosby, Nederland and Barbers Hill but with 15 returning starters, a return to the playoffs could be in order and, with the right early round matchups, playoff wins could be on the horizon. The offense has plenty of firepower returning with QB A.J. Nail, RB Justin Santee, WR Jermond Lovely leading the way. Chris Olige will give Dayton plenty of versatility and another dynamic playmaker to add to the fold. The defense, which returns seven starters, has some excellent speed in the secondary with Zack Pike and possible Olige contributing as well. OLB RJ Orebo is a pass rushing demon off the edge in the 3-4 defense, but the Broncos will go as far as their youthful offensive and defensive line can take them.

    Mission Sharyland

    If you are looking for the team out of the Rio Grande Valley to make a deep playoff run, the Sharyland Rattlers might be the best candidate for that title. Coach Ron Adame’s squad brings back a ton of experience from a 9-3 squad and realignment has certainly opened the door for a deep run as 5A Division II Region IV has never been more wide open. QB Edgar Longoria returns to lead a potent offense that has eight total starters back. The senior accounted for 32 touchdowns as a junior and is a tremendous leader for the fast-paced Sharyland offense. Ruben Davila and Gabriel Tamez will be the primary targets as that duo combined for 18 touchdown receptions a year ago. LB Javier Lopez leads a defense that is young but very talented. The big keys for Sharyland will be developing a consistent running game and depth along the defensive line. The big thing Sharyland has working in its favor is playoff success against Region IV powers like Calallen. Coach Adame’s squad won’t be in awe of the top teams in Region IV come playoff time.

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    That is some serious size up front. I don't recall a line that big anywhere in the RGV. Let's see what kind of conditioning they did over the summer.
    Quote Originally Posted by RGVTrouble View Post
    Where is the beef??? Looking over the Sharyland Rattler roster, I can't help but feel like our team will be carried by the OL, I'm hoping our coaches get a chance to use some of that beef on the DL too...

    OT Joshua Williams 6'1 275, G Gabriel Martinez 5'11 250, G Claudio Garcia 6'2 275 and OT Oscar Garcia 6'5 300 are all returning starters from last season, we need to replace our Center (I think) we've got a couple of young big boys G Gustavo Borquez 6'3 255 and G Ronaldo Cruz 5'8 270 that I don't know much about... I hope we can put some of that size on the DL this season..

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwave View Post
    That is some serious size up front. I don't recall a line that big anywhere in the RGV. Let's see what kind of conditioning they did over the summer.
    Memorial seems to always have big OL.

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    Memorial typically has 2 big tackles and 200 lbs guards who can pull. I don't think Shary's guards have to pull (move) much due to their offensive playbook. Let us know how they size in the upcoming scrimmage.
    Quote Originally Posted by cardinal85 View Post
    Memorial seems to always have big OL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwave View Post
    That is some serious size up front. I don't recall a line that big anywhere in the RGV. Let's see what kind of conditioning they did over the summer.
    The pace we keep is enough to wind anyone, we rotate a bunch of backs and receivers, but not really OL so they're typically pretty well conditioned, 4 of the 5 OL starters are returning starters from last season so I'm going to assume they know how to prepare... The McAllen Memorial game is the game that worries me the most, I just don't know how we are going to deal with Skeagan and Speights, if we stack the box Zyon and Ethan are going to run our DBs off... I sincerely hope our DC has something up his sleeve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGVTrouble View Post
    The pace we keep is enough to wind anyone, we rotate a bunch of backs and receivers, but not really OL so they're typically pretty well conditioned, 4 of the 5 OL starters are returning starters from last season so I'm going to assume they know how to prepare... The McAllen Memorial game is the game that worries me the most, I just don't know how we are going to deal with Skeagan and Speights, if we stack the box Zyon and Ethan are going to run our DBs off... I sincerely hope our DC has something up his sleeve.
    It could turn into a track meet. AJ at FB could also hurt you and shifty back Briones as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper95 View Post
    DCTF's TXHSFB Insider takes a look at some "off the grid" teams you need to have your eye on in 2018
    Matt Stepp
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    Aug 9 10:47 am
    Every year when the summer edition of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football comes out, fans and media alike look at the teams we have at the top of the pre-season rankings to get an idea of who likely makes the trip to Arlington to play for a state title at AT&T Stadium in December.

    While the teams ranked highly in pre-season are there for good reason, we all know there are always a few mystery guests that pop up with deep playoff runs and sometimes state titles when the season wraps up. Who are those teams you need to keep an eye on in 2018? We’ve got you covered at DCTF as we bring you our 2018 Hipster Picks to keep in your back pocket as you casually drop them into conversation with your friends from time to time, so once they make that deep run, you can look like a Texas high school football genius.

    Canyon Randall

    There are few regions in the state quite as wide-open as Class 5A Division II Region I as realignment wreaked havoc and moved traditional power Aledo to Region II and opened the door for a new power to emerge. Although most think Lubbock Cooper, El Paso Parkland or Justin Northwest are the primary contenders, head coach Gaylon Selman’s Raiders could be poised to break out after a pair of less-than-stellar seasons. If you haven’t heard the name, then get to know JaSean Barrow. The 6-foot-2 205-pound junior is fresh off a 1,200-yard rushing season and 20 touchdowns as a sophomore. He’s poised to carry the load and could lead the Raiders to great things. Dual-threat QB Landen Nix is back for his third season leading the offense. He guided Randall to a 6-5 mark a year ago and if teams stack the line to slow Barrow, Nix could be a game-changer. The biggest key for Canyon Randall and a potentially deep playoff run will be how a very young defense can mature. Only two starters return led by DB’s Hagen Escoto and Tavian Combs. The front seven will be young, but Selmon likes the talent as most of the front seven will consist of players from a 9-1 JV squad. The wildcard factor for the entire district will be how teams handle the extreme travel in some instances and Randall is on the far northern end of this district. The Raiders only drew two away district games in 2018, one in Plainview which is only 68 miles away and the other at Wichita Falls Rider, 231 miles away.

    Kaufman

    How can a team that finished 12-2 and returns 15 total starters be considered a hipster pick? Easy, when that team is moving up from 4A Division I to 5A Division II and is in a district with perennial powers Ennis and Corsicana along with a North Forney squad that finished 10-3, you have the recipe for a team that’s really good, but really overlooked. Kaufman is a senior-laden squad with plenty of playoff experience so going against Ennis and Corsicana won’t phase this group, especially with playmaking QB Trey Collier (3,114 passing, 37 TDs) and RB Jay Gasper (1,428 rushing, 23 TDs) returning to carry the load. The Lions have very good team speed on the defensive side of the ball and the size up front to do some damage. The biggest key for Kaufman will be remaining healthy in 2018. The Lions don’t have a lot of depth and a rash of injuries can easily derail a team that could be a sleeper for a district title to an also-ran.

    Dayton

    It’s been odd seeing the Broncos struggle the past couple of seasons, but 2018 could be a real rebound year for second year head coach Jeff Nations’ squad. The Broncos still have to navigate a difficult district that includes Port Neches-Groves, Crosby, Nederland and Barbers Hill but with 15 returning starters, a return to the playoffs could be in order and, with the right early round matchups, playoff wins could be on the horizon. The offense has plenty of firepower returning with QB A.J. Nail, RB Justin Santee, WR Jermond Lovely leading the way. Chris Olige will give Dayton plenty of versatility and another dynamic playmaker to add to the fold. The defense, which returns seven starters, has some excellent speed in the secondary with Zack Pike and possible Olige contributing as well. OLB RJ Orebo is a pass rushing demon off the edge in the 3-4 defense, but the Broncos will go as far as their youthful offensive and defensive line can take them.

    Mission Sharyland

    If you are looking for the team out of the Rio Grande Valley to make a deep playoff run, the Sharyland Rattlers might be the best candidate for that title. Coach Ron Adame’s squad brings back a ton of experience from a 9-3 squad and realignment has certainly opened the door for a deep run as 5A Division II Region IV has never been more wide open. QB Edgar Longoria returns to lead a potent offense that has eight total starters back. The senior accounted for 32 touchdowns as a junior and is a tremendous leader for the fast-paced Sharyland offense. Ruben Davila and Gabriel Tamez will be the primary targets as that duo combined for 18 touchdown receptions a year ago. LB Javier Lopez leads a defense that is young but very talented. The big keys for Sharyland will be developing a consistent running game and depth along the defensive line. The big thing Sharyland has working in its favor is playoff success against Region IV powers like Calallen. Coach Adame’s squad won’t be in awe of the top teams in Region IV come playoff time.
    Oh man, lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwave View Post
    It could turn into a track meet. AJ at FB could also hurt you and shifty back Briones as well.
    I just hope Sharyland can find a Defense this season, we open the season with Pace and Memorial opens up with Hanna, this should be an interesting WK2 game... I'm curious about that Mustang pass rush... I'm hearing Edgar is throwing dimes in practice, I wonder if Memorial's D will give him time to find open WRs....

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    Memorial returns a great player in Micheal Morales at safety but the rest of the secondary and pretty much the defense is new. Time will tell how the players developed in the off season.
    Quote Originally Posted by RGVTrouble View Post
    I just hope Sharyland can find a Defense this season, we open the season with Pace and Memorial opens up with Hanna, this should be an interesting WK2 game... I'm curious about that Mustang pass rush... I'm hearing Edgar is throwing dimes in practice, I wonder if Memorial's D will give him time to find open WRs....

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