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mexican_texan
02-01-2008, 08:29 PM
I was going through some of my old articles from the 2007 season and I came across this one:

http://houston.hsgametime.com/?page_id=1000&site_page_id=5&post_id=3883

The Woodlands have a Freshman running back who ran for almost 300 yards against a pretty good Westfield defense in his only start on Varsity. He was faster than any of Westfield's players, including DB Brodrick Brown, who could play football for just about any D1 school. He's tall, muscular, and by the way, he's white.

MannyFresh
11-06-2008, 08:54 AM
I was going through some of my old articles from the 2007 season and I came across this one:

http://houston.hsgametime.com/?page_id=1000&site_page_id=5&post_id=3883

The Woodlands have a Freshman running back who ran for almost 300 yards against a pretty good Westfield defense in his only start on Varsity. He was faster than any of Westfield's players, including DB Brodrick Brown, who could play football for just about any D1 school. He's tall, muscular, and by the way, he's white.

Jaquizz Rogers, nuff said.

mexican_texan
11-06-2008, 09:52 AM
An update, the Woodland's running back Daniel Lasko is still unstoppable. I'd go as far as to say he's more talented than McGuffie

MannyFresh
11-06-2008, 10:15 AM
An update, the Woodland's running back Daniel Lasko is still unstoppable. I'd go as far as to say he's more talented than McGuffie

Another update, Jacquizz (the Wiz) Rodgers, his Freshman year so far at Oregon State, 945 rushing yards and 9 TDs as of last week.
Best game so far, 36 for 186 rushing yards and 2 TDs against a stunner to that little college called USC.

Not bad for a young man who left Texas and our hometown of Rosenberg with 8,246 rushing yards and 135 TDs. They don't call the Wiz "Mr. Touchdown" for nothing.