Let's read between the numbers as it relates to Houston's top stat leaders.
The rushers are led by a sophomore sensation -- Jaydon Blue at Klein Cain. Blue has picked up offers from Texas, Oklahoma State and Arkansas of late. He's a sophomore.
Mayde Creek is undefeated for the first time in... forever. Julius Loghridge has the Rams rolling.
How about Conroe's Christian Pack? He's the eighth leading rusher and third leading passer in H'Town. The Tigers are playing well under second-year head coach Cedric Hardeman.
Cy Lakes Sofian Massoud has a great story. A MUST READ (CLICK HERE). He's from the Bronx, New York and is taking the city by story with his arm. He's committed to UH.
The biggest stars are the WRs. Penn State-commit Parker Washington; Texas-commit Troy Omiere and four star Dwight McGlothern of Klein Oak lead the bunch. Mike Phoenix, however, has the most yards.
See the stats.
Sitting behind a table, Eddie Lampkin got emotional.
In front of him were five bags. Each with a school the four-star recruit was considering as his next stop after his playing days at Morton Ranch High School are over. On the bags were TCU, Texas A&M, Arkansas, Seton Hall and WKU logos.
While wiping tears away from his eyes, Lampkin unzipped his black jacket to reveal a TCU t-shirt, while his parents pulled off their sweaters and jackets to reveal the same. Lampkin pulled on a purple TCU hat and threw up the hand signal for the Horned Frogs, officially pledging his talents to TCU.
"When my brother and I started out, everybody doubted us," Lampkin said while wiping tears away. "We just wanted to show them that we could do it."
Lampkin's teammate LJ Cryer verballed to Baylor University earlier this summer, making Morton Ranch one of the most talent-rich boys basketball teams in Houston heading into the 2019 season.