Development and exposure
The rise of 7-on-7 leagues fills a need that high school football can't do alone
It was an event bred out of necessity. Football players needed something more than 10 games a season.
Soccer players had travel leagues. Basketball players had AAU. Baseball players had summer and fall leagues.
But what did football players have? They couldn't hit all year round. So the 7-on-7 passing league was born, and in a short period of time, it has become necessary.
In Texas, where the high school coaches organize school teams to be run by fathers and high schools play ...
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