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    Week 0 probably Aug 29th...I think at Berry.

    They finally have a back with the Physical abilities to run the Humble style of the power I. Also we feature some size at WR that we haven't had in along while...
    I'd like to see this matchup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodjohns View Post
    Muncie is a Sophmore and he had trouble with the better teams. So to say he is a 2008 D1 prospect may be a stretch. Gilliam is a Sophmore and so is Williams. All these guys got spanked by the Klein Sophs. Oak will be lucky to go .500 in this very tough District.

    And a quick question for you Oak faithful...12 D-1 prospects on this team??? C'mon lets quit hittin that bong up there in the woods..
    At Safety, Muncie (who will be a Junior in 2008) is probably closer to 6-3 and will be 200 lbs next year. He has excellent speed and should have recruiters drooling for the next 2 seasons. I never said he was a 2008 prospect... only the players in BOLD should get college looks next year. RB-Williams averaged over 7 yds per carry, as a sophmore and Gilliam saw significant playing time when Mirenda was banged up. He's a very aggressive player!

    And it's not impossible to see a team have 12 D1 prospects. Out of the players listed, I can see Oak having 6 to 8 D1 signees in 2008, if not more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dada4w View Post
    Not sure...but I was looking at Bmt. Westbrook also....they have some high profile guys returning as well.
    Yes, we do in fact have alot of our key position players returning on offense as well as defense. I think eight starters on offense and five starters on defense will return. Here is a list of players to watch this coming season:

    Christian Louis QB 6' 175#'s 2031 passing yds, 383 rush, 61.65%
    Christian Michael RB 5'11" 180 2700-plus yards in two seasons
    Jordan Garrett RB/WR/DB 6'1" 190
    Taylor Reed LB/WR 6' 160
    Chris Penson WR 5'8" 150
    Nick Andrepoint OL 6'3" 275
    Roland Bordelon DL 6'4" 225
    MIchael Broussard OL 6'1" 260
    Chris Durgin OL 6'2" 250
    Ryan Grant WR/DB 6'1" 165
    Malcolm Williams LB 6'3" 195
    Adorian Underwood LB 5'10" 205

    West Brook, last year, totaled 4566 yards of offense (2344 rushing, 2222 passing), and most of that offensive unit from a 10-2 team will be returning. I expect for the "red headed stepchild" from Beaumont to make some noise and make some of the "experts" take notice. We wont go undefeated, but we will win some BIG ballgames. BTW, just so ya'll know, West Brook is spelled as two words.
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    DB '86's Top 10
    1. Northshore
    2. IKE
    3. Klein Oak
    4. CyRidge
    5. BMT Westbrook
    6. The Woodlands
    7. CyFalls
    8. FB Hightower
    9. Spring Westfield
    10. Katy
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    If Cy-Woods can make the transition from Thursday football to Friday football then they will be in the top 10. They will play A&M Cons. and Klein Oak in non-district so the answers will come quick.

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    Woods may well be in that mix before the season ends. With them being newcomers though, probably not to begin with. I think they will be able to make that transition pretty well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 82 5A State Champs View Post
    Yes, we do in fact have alot of our key position players returning on offense as well as defense. I think eight starters on offense and five starters on defense will return. Here is a list of players to watch this coming season:

    Christian Louis QB 6' 175#'s 2031 passing yds, 383 rush, 61.65%
    Christian Michael RB 5'11" 180 2700-plus yards in two seasons
    Jordan Garrett RB/WR/DB 6'1" 190
    Taylor Reed LB/WR 6' 160
    Chris Penson WR 5'8" 150
    Nick Andrepoint OL 6'3" 275
    Roland Bordelon DL 6'4" 225
    MIchael Broussard OL 6'1" 260
    Chris Durgin OL 6'2" 250
    Ryan Grant WR/DB 6'1" 165
    Malcolm Williams LB 6'3" 195
    Adorian Underwood LB 5'10" 205

    West Brook, last year, totaled 4566 yards of offense (2344 rushing, 2222 passing), and most of that offensive unit from a 10-2 team will be returning. I expect for the "red headed stepchild" from Beaumont to make some noise and make some of the "experts" take notice. We wont go undefeated, but we will win some BIG ballgames. BTW, just so ya'll know, West Brook is spelled as two words.
    I'd like to see the BWB O-line look like this:

    OT-Nick Andrepoint 6-3 275 (Bulk up to 285)
    OT-Cedric Franklin 6-3 290 (Bulk up to 305)
    OG-Michael Broussard 6-1 260 (Bulk up to 270)
    OG-Markel McCartney 6-1 260 (Bulk up to 270)
    C-Chris Durgin 6-2 250 (Bulk up to 265)

    And hope each of them gain an inch or two, over the next 6 months... they could, possibly, look like this..

    OT-Nick Andrepoint 6-4 285
    OT-Cedric Franklin 6-4 305
    OG-MIchael Broussard 6-2 270
    OG-Markel McCartney 6-2 270
    C-Chris Durgin 6-3 265

    Even if they don't grow an inch or gain my desired mass, if they each focus on their explosion, power and technique they could be a really good bunch next year. I look forward to seeing this BWB offense, next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CyFallsMom View Post
    Woods may well be in that mix before the season ends. With them being newcomers though, probably not to begin with. I think they will be able to make that transition pretty well.

    Do you think Falls will have a chance against Woods?

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    Of course I do - that's a silly question. While I think that Woods will have a very good season and more than likely make the playoffs, I think both Falls and Ridge will win the matchup against them. Woods has had a very successful JV team for two years now and have played some 3a and 4a teams and won as well. They already have a very good following of fans over there too...they could rival a lot of old schools in that area. They have had the opportunity to be coached by varsity coaches that entire time too so they will do well this season. I just think the frontrunners are Falls and Ridge (with their experience at the 5a level and in many crucial game situations) at this point but we know how that changes in the blink of an eye in 17-5a - UH I MEAN 15-5a (man do I have to get used to THAT).
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    Quote Originally Posted by clearlakefan07 View Post
    Lake has had the talent to beat teams out of district 24-5a....they've lost quite a few of there top coaches since 04' that have gone to other teams in the district and the district is starting to figure out ways to stop the offense Lake runs...outside district I dont think Lake has lost to any teams nondistrict wise since 03' when they lost to Baytown Lee and North Shore and Smithson Valley in semi's 04' season...I'm pretty sure those are the only 2 teams to beat them in nondistrict play...correct me if I'm wrong?
    Lake lost to LaPorte and katy Taylor in 05, the year after the semi-final run. There is not much stability in the coaching staff. CCISD does not support football and probably never will. it is hard to sustain success without support from the top.

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    Adduddel-HC-still there
    Lanier-OC- Head coach at Brook
    Lane-DC-DC at Creek
    Broussard-OL-OC at Brook
    Glazener- RB-still there, now WR
    Jaso- WR- Head Baseball Coach, does not do football
    Boone-OL- at Deer Park
    Satcher- DL- DC at Lake
    Burnett- LB- still there
    Sanders- DB- still there

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    Does this look about right?


    Houston Cyp Ridge

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    Houston Cyp. Falls

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    Houston Cyp. Creek
    Houston Cyp. Fair
    Houston Cyp. Springs
    Houston Cyp. Woods
    Houston Jersey Village
    Houston Langham Crk


    Who from the bottom group will battle for the final two spots and who will have no chance?

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    This is just my opinion so take it with a grain of salt. Jersey Village is always in the mix somewhere so I never count them out. Woods should be at 3rd or 4th but Cy Fair may have something to say about that. Cy Creek, I believe, has a few coming back so they might battle it out too. Now, that being said, you know how our district is and anybody can beat anybody at any time...like when we beat Fair and then lost to JV a couple of weeks later...who knew. I still think going in the top two are Falls and Ridge but there usually isn't a huge gap in between the top 4 teams.

    MY list goes like this (I would put the Eagles at the top but I am looking at this objectively - I just think Ridge is going to be very tough this year but we should be right behind)

    Ridge
    Falls
    Woods
    Fair
    JV
    Creek
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    Springs
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEgReAtOnE View Post
    At Safety, Muncie (who will be a Junior in 2008) is probably closer to 6-3 and will be 200 lbs next year. He has excellent speed and should have recruiters drooling for the next 2 seasons. I never said he was a 2008 prospect... only the players in BOLD should get college looks next year. RB-Williams averaged over 7 yds per carry, as a sophmore and Gilliam saw significant playing time when Mirenda was banged up. He's a very aggressive player!

    And it's not impossible to see a team have 12 D1 prospects. Out of the players listed, I can see Oak having 6 to 8 D1 signees in 2008, if not more.
    Actualy you bolded Muncie...So you know a little about Oak. Tell me your thoughts on Klein.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dynastybegan86 View Post
    DB '86's Top 10
    1. Northshore
    2. IKE
    3. Klein Oak
    4. CyRidge
    5. BMT Westbrook
    6. The Woodlands
    7. CyFalls
    8. FB Hightower
    9. Spring Westfield
    10. Katy
    No offence but why would Katy be # 10?
    Katy is year in and out a much better team than #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katy Band 2010 View Post
    No offence but why would Katy be # 10?
    Katy is year in and out a much better team than #10

    In my opinion "Katy is better year in and year out" is not a good argument as to why they should be ranked better than #10. Katy will be better than #10 because they will be that good due to talent and great coaching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodjohns View Post
    Actualy you bolded Muncie...So you know a little about Oak. Tell me your thoughts on Klein.
    Actually, Muncie will be getting college looks, next year.. as well as the year after that. But you're right, I only know a little about Oak. Honestly, I didn't follow them that much, last year. Too busy trying to catch a ton of other 4A and 5A teams, in the Houston area.

    My thoughts on Klein is.. not gonna be a good year. They have to rebuild in so many places and their best returning players are LB-Stockinger, S-Boss and OL-Wynzell. Who's playing QB?? All of their QB's graduated, and lets face it Adams wasn't much of a QB. In other words, anyone with a hearbeat will probably be a step up. What about RB?? Their top 2 or 3 RB's are gone. They lose 45-50 Seniors.. which is mind boggling. I think they only return about 12-14 players from a roster of about 60-65. (Don't ask me how that happens.) And, offensively, it's not like they scored a ton of pts. I think they scored, about, 24 pts or more, 4 or 5 times. I didn't follow their JV team

    Potential impact players for 2008, IMO:

    OL-Wynzell Lee (6-0 260)
    OL-Melvin Jones (6-1 280)
    DT-Tyler Branch (6-0 290)
    DT-Alex Ebers (6-1 280)
    DE-Brandon Laubach (6-5 220)
    LB-Kevin Kisseberth (6-1 210)
    LB-Chris Stockinger
    S/WR-Tyler Boss (6-2 185)
    CB-Xavier Boyd (5-10 160)
    DB-Stefon Onwuneme (6-0 185)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEgReAtOnE View Post
    Actually, Muncie will be getting college looks, next year.. as well as the year after that. But you're right, I only know a little about Oak. Honestly, I didn't follow them that much, last year. Too busy trying to catch a ton of other 4A and 5A teams, in the Houston area.

    My thoughts on Klein is.. not gonna be a good year. They have to rebuild in so many places and their best returning players are LB-Stockinger, S-Boss and OL-Wynzell. Who's playing QB?? All of their QB's graduated, and lets face it Adams wasn't much of a QB. In other words, anyone with a hearbeat will probably be a step up. What about RB?? Their top 2 or 3 RB's are gone. They lose 45-50 Seniors.. which is mind boggling. I think they only return about 12-14 players from a roster of about 60-65. (Don't ask me how that happens.) And, offensively, it's not like they scored a ton of pts. I think they scored, about, 24 pts or more, 4 or 5 times. I didn't follow their JV team

    Potential impact players for 2008, IMO:

    OL-Wynzell Lee (6-0 260)
    OL-Melvin Jones (6-1 280)
    DT-Tyler Branch (6-0 290)
    DT-Alex Ebers (6-1 280)
    DE-Brandon Laubach (6-5 220)
    LB-Kevin Kisseberth (6-1 210)
    LB-Chris Stockinger
    S/WR-Tyler Boss (6-2 185)
    CB-Xavier Boyd (5-10 160)
    DB-Stefon Onwuneme (6-0 185)
    That is a fair assesment. Not following our JV team you could not have seen all the talent we have lined up for this fall. By the way Stockinger is a soph and only played a handful of Varsity games. Our class of 2009 is very thin. The class of 2010 is stacked. only lost one game in 2 years (Katy 10-7).

    Our JV QB Clayton Crum most likely will get the start he is 6' and very athletic.

    RB's will most likely be soph's Dakota Barnes and Patrick Johnson. Dakota played the last few games of the season on Varsity and made a big impact when he got the ball. Dakota ran track on the Varsity as a freshmen.

    I am not going to say much and show our hand...but you will see

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleeman93 View Post
    In my opinion "Katy is better year in and year out" is not a good argument as to why they should be ranked better than #10. Katy will be better than #10 because they will be that good due to talent and great coaching.
    Well i just had no idea where he was comming from about it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEgReAtOnE View Post
    For Klein Oak, I believe most of their line-up will look like this, in 2008:

    Offense looks like this:

    QB-Wilson (6'1 205) (Look for Wilson to be a possible D1 QB in 2010!)
    WR/TE-Navjar (6-6 230)
    RB-Cook Brothers/plus Williams (all are 5-9/5-10 185-190)
    OT-Weaver (6-4 350)
    OT-Naron (6-5 280)
    OG-Forsch (6'4 280)

    OG-Benditz (6'1 260)/OG-Koch (6'2 250)
    C-Coleman (6-5 240)

    Defense looks like this:

    DT-Taylor (6-1 310)
    DT-Husdain (6-1 260)
    DE-Davis (6'3 245)

    DE-Cooke (6'2 215)
    LB-Bell (6-0 190)
    LB-Corcoran (6-0 210)
    LB-Gilliam (5-10 205)
    CB-Mayweather (5-9 175)
    CB-Palmer (5-9 170)
    S-Muncie (6-2 190)

    S-Williams (5-11 185)

    BOLD indicates who should be D1 prospect, in 2008.

    Believe it or not, but I believe Oak will have just as salty of a bunch, in 2008, as they did in 2007. ALL of the players, listed, got playing time in 2007, and most had significant roles.
    As a long time Klein Oak fan, this kind of love is great although probably a little optimistic.

    Wilson isn't anywhere near 6'1 even in his mom's high heels, so the QB slot is going to be a big question in 2008. Of the names bolded, I bet Weaver doesn't see the field, and I think Taylor didn't finish the year last year even on JV.

    My predictions for D1 signings next year are as follows: Naron and Forsch as no doubters. Najvar if only for his size is probably a lock. Ossam Cook is the real deal and with T-Rob and DeSean gone onto greener pastures, Ossam should really shine. And I predict either Palmer or Mayweather at corner will be the 5th signee. Palmer can really play. Zach Coleman could be a sleeper if he can put some more weight on his 6'5" frame.

    Muncie is the real deal and will have double digit offers before the start of his senior season (2009).

    I hope they end up 3rd in the area, but it will be a real feat replacing all of the guys they lost, not just DeSean and T-Rob.

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