Once considered the home for running backs, Texas has become a top QB producer
It's not something in the drinking water, nor is it some closely guarded and well-kept secret.
How Texas, a state once known for Campbell, Dickerson and all those legendary running backs, became arguably today's top producer of quarterbacks isn't a mystery to the state's high school coaches.
"We've evolved," Southlake Carroll coach Hal Wasson said. "With those guys, it used to be Tailback U. That's what it was. Now it's become QB U."
Just look at the ...
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