Going into just its fifth season of existence, the football program at Frisco Reedy saw its first ever four-year class graduate in the spring, and now, will try to make the playoffs for a fourth straight year with a new group of talented young players.
"Our coaching staff set the expectation when we opened the school," head football coach Chad Cole said. "Our job and our seniors job this year is to maintain those expectations."
And maintaining that winning culture will begin with a new quarterback. There are two players, including Cowboys quarterbacks coach Jon Kitna's son Jaylen Kitna battling for the job, but there will also be an explosive running game led by sophomore Jacob Smith.
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"He's special," Cole said. "He loves the ball in his hands and we love watching him with the ball in his hands. He's exciting."