After winning the Heisman trophy, Robert Griffin III is excited about the next step - the NFL.
Coming off an 11-2 season, the Cowboys figure to make another strong run in the playoffs as 13 starters return. Find out more inside.
The Bowie Volunteers have become a team that is always a threat to go deep in the playoffs. With 9 returning starters the Vols have a good blend of experience and young talent. Find out more inside.
Despite returning just six starters, the Eagles still have enough firepower to make a run at another state title. Find out more inside.
With eleven starters back from a team that went 13-2 in 2009, the Cougars appear to be on the verge of having a breakthrough season.
With 16 starters returning, West Brook features one of the most experienced teams in the state.
The Raiders lost a lot of talent to graduation but the cupboard isn't bare. Find out more inside.
Despite a disappointing season in 2009, Galena Park North Shore has every reason to believe they'll be in the hunt for a state title. Despite recent slips, North Shore remains as threatening as ever given its fertile talent base and coaching continuity.
Leander emerged as one of the top Centex programs to watch over the last decade. The 2001 through 2003 playoff seasons transformed the Lions into a program that now expects to play post-season football every year.
Cy-Creek is the back-to-back defending champion of 17-5A, and the Cougars are favored to continue their reign over the district this year.
Gray is considered one of the top prospects in the class of 2012 after rushing for 2,798 yards and 50 touchdowns as a sophomore. He has early scholarship offers from Texas A&M and Texas Tech.