Quarterback Jevan Snead Used To Living in the Shadows

April 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The University of North Texas may never have a chance of landing a player the caliber of Jevan Snead or Matt Stafford. The two were a pair of the best high school quarterbacks in the country.

Yet for one fateful day, the two best quarterbacks in the state of Texas would square off on the Mean Green’s Fouts Field in Denton, Texas. The scene was the 2005 Class 4A Division I state semifinal.

Snead’s Stephenville Yellow Jackets and Stafford’s Highland Park Scots were both coming into the showdown undefeated, ready to battle it out for a spot in the championship.

It was a display of the two best quarterbacks in Texas playing for two of the best teams in the state. Fans from all over came and packed the 30,000 seat stadium to see the marquee matchup of top Texas arms.

The game would live up to the hype. It was a shootout as expected, with both senior quarterbacks putting on a show.

After a back-and-forth four quarters, Staffo...

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