Boerne (Texas) Champion Varsity is home to quarterback Davis Brin. He and his Champion teammates are ready for the opening round of the playoffs.
“Overall I'm confident in the way I can place the ball where only my receiver can make a play,” Davis Brin said. “This season I have improved on looking off defenders to create more space on the field. In the future, I need to get better at knowing when to throw the ball away and live another down. We are 8-2, and I'm very proud of what the team has accomplished. This week we play Austin Reagan in the first round of playoffs.”
Brin has watched the hard work pay off.
“I've worked hard leading up to this season and was hopeful that the attention would come as long as I took care of business on Friday nights,” Brin said. “The best part about the attention is the excitement of the possibility of playing at the next level and the feeling that my hard work is paying off.”
Brin has stayed out of the main stream media for the most part but has made more than a few unofficial visits.
“I have visited Texas Longhorns, Houston Cougars, Texas A&M Aggies, TCU Horned Frogs, SMU Mustangs, and UTSA,” Brin said. “Hopefully our run in the playoffs will last, but if not I plan on attending the Texas vs. TCU game and possibly a bowl game later on.”
Brin has noticed the improved play from the Longhorns the last several weeks and believes it could continue this weekend.
“It seems like the Longhorns have improved on both sides of the ball the past two weeks,” Brin said. “They definitely have momentum going into the game, and I think they have a great chance to beat West Virginia this weekend.”