There are plenty of prospects set to compete this weekend for UIL State Championships at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. There’s Division I talent at all levels playing Thursday through Saturday, from 2A to 6A. Many have interest in the Longhorns and are top targets for Tom Herman and the rest of the Texas staff.
f it could go wrong, it did go wrong for the Port Neches-Groves Indians last Friday night. But, while watching their two players of interest, senior Texas quarterback commit Roschon Johnson and junior offensive tackle Jaylen Garth, I was still able to see a whole lot of things that went right. Huntsville took the victory rather easily, 31-14, and the box score wasn't pretty (17-32 for 191 yards, 1 touchdown and 1 interception) for Johnson, though it wasn't indicative of his play.