Fitzhenry plays quarterback at Giddings and his forte is running the football. In seven games this season, he has amassed 1,346 yards and reached the end zone 20 times. Fitzhenry has shown great speed and vision with the football in his hands throughout his high school career, but where does he fit in at Texas?
"Slot receiver and special teams," Fitzhenry said when asked if he had talked to the Texas coaches about where they would like to use him. "I love to play receiver. I will play wherever I can to get on the field. It doesn't matter to me."
Fitzhenry has been able to make it to the majority of UT's home games this year and he has already started building strong friendships with some of his future teammates.
Game day visits aren't the only time that Fitzhenry has made time to get to know some of local commits.
"I actually played golf with Justin and Matt Nader over the summer. It was pretty fun," Fitzhenry said.
He is still very solid in his commitment and interest from other schools died down a long time ago.
"They were (still sending mail), but they kind of stopped because they know I'm not going to change my mind," Fitzhenry said.
With the playoffs quickly approaching, Fitzhenry is shifting his attention to bringing home a state title.
"We're ranking No. 1 in 3A, so the main goal is to win state. We went 13-1 last year, and we are going to try to make it 16-0 this year."