VYPE editor Thomas Bingham, Hill Country Indoor sports director Evan Beyer and "Producer Josh" Waclawczyk continue their 2019-2020 sports coverage and kick off 2020 with the 19th Locker Talk Austin/San Antonio episode.
The hosts look back at the 12 UIL football state championship games, the historical context of Westlake's first UIL football state championship since 1996, and compare the great legacies of Westlake coach Todd Dodge and Carthage coach Scott Surratt.
The guys also discuss the mid-season UIL boys and girls basketball frontrunners, announce the football season pick 'em winner, breakdown the exciting NFL Wild Card Weekend, and launch the spring sports pick 'em.
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The goal is very simple: Recognize the best public high school volleyball players in the state of Texas.
As I've said many times before, Texas has the best collection of volleyball players in the United States (if not the world).
Consider there are approximately 1,200 public high school volleyball teams. If you figure an average of nine players per team (and that's a conservative number), that's about 11,000 players to consider for our 2nd Annual VYPE All-State Awards.
But here they are – we believe these are the best in a state full of incredible volleyball talent.