Honored Players: 1990 – 1999

Randy Gatewood (Wichita Falls Hirschi; 1991)
As a senior at Nevada-Las Vegas in 1995, Gatewood finished second in the NCAA Division I in receptions (88) and fifth in yards (1,203). He set an NCAA single-game record with 23 receptions and 363 yards against Nevada in 1994. From there, he became one of the top receivers in the Arena League playing for the Arizona Rattlers.

Aaron Taylor (Wichita Falls Rider; 1993)
Played both guard and center for three national championship teams in four years at Nebraska. An All-American and the Outland Trophy winner as college football’s best lineman in 1997.

Skip Hicks (Burkburnett; 1993)
Set a school record at UCLA by running for 55 career touchdowns. Was the sixth all-time leading rusher in UCLA history with 3,373 yards and earned All-American honors his senior year (1997). Was the first player drafted by the Washington Redskins in 1998.

Frank Middleton (Beaumont Westbrook; 1993)
After playing college football at Arizona, Middleton has played eight seasons in the NFL. Started all 16 games in the offensive line for Oakland when the Raiders won the AFC and went to the Super Bowl in 2002.

Phil Dawson (Lake Highlands; 1993)
As a kicker, Dawson led the University of Texas in scoring for three straight seasons (1994-96), amassing 243 points. Has been kicking in the NFL since 1998 and is currently with the Cleveland Browns.  Had made 273 of 329 field goals as a pro.

Kris Brown (Southlake Carroll; 1995)
Was the Nebraska kicker for four years and left as the Cornhuskers all-time leading scorer and the seventh leading scorer in NCAA history with 388 points. Set numerous kicking records at Nebraska, including making 57 of 77 field goals. Made 252 of 326 field goals in a 12-year NFL career.

R.W. McQuarters (Tulsa Washington; 1995)
An outstanding kick returner and defensive back at Oklahoma State, McQuarters had an 11-year NFL career which included a Super Bowl championship with the New York Giants.

Rashaun Wood (OKC Millwood; 1999)
An All-American wide receiver at Oklahoma State, who caught 293 passes for 4,404 yards and 42 touchdowns for the Cowboys. Was the first round draft pick of the San Francisco 49ers in 2004.

Jason White (Tuttle; 1999)
Despite coming off major surgeries on both knees, White had an incredible junior season at Oklahoma and won the Heisman Trophy in 2003. He completed 278 of 451 passes (61 percent) for 3,846 yards and 40 touchdowns and had a quarterback rating of 158.11.