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Denton Ryan Head Coach Dave Henigan and players celebrate state title
There are certain perks that come with being the head coach of any sport. Denton Ryan head football coach Dave Henigan got to experience that this week when Jostens representative Justin Ray showed up at his house with Henigan's new bling and a sneak peek at Denton Ryan football's UIL Texas State Championship ring. Henigan shared a video of the ice on Twitter Monday evening:
One perk to being the head coach......early delivery. Look what showed up at my house today. @JostensJRay 👀👀🔥🔥#ONE pic.twitter.com/TdV0gEsrdY— Dave Henigan (@DaveHenigan) March 8, 2021
In the comments of Henigan's tweet, Ray shared photos of the head coach modeling the ring with the hashtag "#HomeOfChampions".
#HomeOfChampions 😎 pic.twitter.com/K1XvKOzrKz— Justin Ray (@JostensJRay) March 9, 2021
It's safe to say that the Ryan Raiders have a nice little piece of swag on the way in the near future. The team earned the ring and the state title back in January with a 59-14 victory over Cedar Park in the Class 5A Division I matchup.
Fans and programs alike have been waiting with bated breath to find out what program one of the highest sought after recruits was going to choose. On Wednesday, Denton Ryan Raider Big Bear Alexander announced his decision to commit to the Georgia Bulldogs' program on social media:
I would like to thank God , my family, and all the coaches.For all the things he has blessed me with. I am thankful for the many schools that recruited me throughout this process. I'm a 100% committed to the University of Georgia @maka_difference #GoDawgs#🔴⚪️⚫️🐶🐶🐶 pic.twitter.com/dnf6LnYaxD— THE BIG BEAR (@BearAlexander_) February 3, 2021
After naming his top 16 in December, the No. 2 DT in the nation, Alexander wanted to get a jump on his commitment. "With the window being so short- literally 11 months- I just decided to shut it down," Alexander said in an interview.
The 6-foot-3, five-star recruit from the 2022 class chose Georgia over other programs like Alabama, LSU, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Auburn, Baylor, and more.