On Tuesday night at Amon Carter Stadium on the TCU campus, the Texas High School Coaches Association held it's annual football All-Star game.
The yearly event, which pits teams representing South and North Texas, always features a ton of top talent.
This year was no different as quite a few Division I schools were represented with players in the game. The University of Texas led the way with six players in the game while host TCU had five. Texas A&M had three signees in action.
In the end, the South squad prevailed in a shutout, 14-0. Aggie signee Bradley Stephens scored the first touchdown with Sam Houston quarterback Jeff Welch hitting Houston receiver Chris Tate for the other score.
Welch, from Houston Cy Falls, was named the Offensive MVP of the game while Sweeny's Tank Carder, a TCU signee, won the defensive award.
Carder was especially impressive as he kicked both PAT's as well handling kickoff duties.