Though next year will likely provide the ultimate amount of excitement as Brock's football program goes "legit" with a UIL district to call home, as well as a fully-prepped new stadium to also call home, the opener for a full year of varsity ball is the next best thing. The stands at the junior high field (like most games last year) will probably be full, with a healthy contingent sideline observers.
Brock's three seniors head up a roster heavy with juniors and sophomores, who represent the group tutored by head coach Chad Worrell and his staff from Day 1 of the Eagles gridiron group.
Brock’s Seth Boleman will get the nod as the Eagles starter and will share time at quarterback with Slaton Gough.
The consistency and familiarity of the coaches and players should be a big plus to get Brock's varsity boys off to a good start, and Worrell hopes the "outlaw" schedule he has put together will provide a balanced amount of challenges and successes for its segue season to UIL competition. This is not a prediction piece,as such, but on paper this figures to be one belonging in the successes category.