HOUSTON - PrimeTime Sports has partnered with VYPE Media to rebrand its 7-on-7 Tournament of Champions, which enters its 14th year.
"The sport of 7-on-7 football is largely high school connected," PrimeTime Sports CEO David Stephens said. "We wanted to partner with VYPE because they are the most credible media voice in the state of Texas scholastic space. It enhances what we are doing with the event tremendously."
One of the most feared defenders in the state of Texas verbally committed to LSU in February.
Shadow Creek's Alec Bryant is a 6-foot-3 defensive end with a tremendous ability to rush the passer. VYPE caught up with Bryant and talked about his decision to head to Bayou Country.The Sharks' defense is loaded this year after reaching a state title game a year ago.
HOUSTON – Everyone knows that recruiting trends are like the stock market.
There are ups and downs. There are trends. When it comes to recruiting it follows that same pattern as there are years where more talent stays home and in other years the majority of the best talent leaves the borders of the Lone Star State.
Well, the best of the 2020 class of Houston recruits seem to be trending towards leaving Texas.
This isn't the first time that power programs outside of Texas – which has Texas, Texas A&M;, Baylor, Texas Tech, SMU, North Texas, Rice, University of Houston, UTEP, UTSA as quality programs to go play college football at – haven't been able to lure the best from the state.