COACH OF THE YEAR
Rushed for 1,334 yards, 21 TDs on 199 carries.
Scored 16 touchdowns over Manor’s last nine games.
Sixty-one catches for 1,094 of Chaps’2,657 receiving yards.
His 61 catches for 8 TDs led first-year 5A program.
Earned 90 percent grade, all-district honors on OL, DL.
2011 All-Centex WR named 26-4A co-MVP as Jags’QB.
After Rouse compiled a 217-1 record over its first two varsity seasons, preseason expectations for the Raiders weren’t exactly high.
But Mann’s team opened its third season with a 5023 victory against Class 5A Hendrickson, and the Raiders went on to clinch their first playoff berth. Rouse’s inaugural trip to the postseason was a memorable one as the Raiders won four times and reached the Class 4A, Division I semifinals.
Westlake’s Darren Allman, Georgetown’s Jason Dean, Manor’s Sadd Jackson, Cedar Park’s Joe Willis
Led Cavs to 9-2 record with 2,674 yards passing, 24 TDs.
Texas State baseball recruit had 66 catches, 10 TDs.
Started at four different positions over past two years.
One of four Maroons to earn first-team all-district honors.
All-state honorable-mention pick had 53 pancakes.
Texas State recruit was unanimous all-district choice.
Fresno State commitment had 12 FGs, 36 extra points.
All-Centex pick Parker Hanusa (Westwood) pursues Lake Travis QB Baker Mayfield.
Rouse High School coach Joshua Mann and Jordan Vise celebrate after one of Vise’s three interceptions against Hendrickson.