Rockwall-Heath High School in Heath, Texas, opened its doors in 2005. In seven years, it’s become of the most consistent athletic competitors in football.
On Wednesday, the fourth member of Rockwall-Heath’s 2013 recruiting class committed to an FBS school, as offensive guard Chase Regian gave his verbal pledge to Louisiana-Monroe. Regian, a 6-foot-3, 276-pound lineman, chose the Warhawks over interest from North Texas, Texas State, New Mexico and Colorado State.
“I went to camp there on July 21, and I loved it there,” Regian said. “My head coach’s son [linebacker Austin Moss, son of Mickey Moss] plays there, and some of the players had been tweeting and facebooking me. It wasn’t just the camp. The players gave me a tour of city, and I had a chance to meet all coaches. That was what I really liked.”
Regian joins Rockwall-Heath teammates Jay Arnold and Jordan Points (Texas A&M) and Raaquan Davis (Baylor) as FBS commits. Regian additionally became the fifth ULM commit – and the third Texan – of the 2013 class.