It's not hard to notice Bremond's Roshauud Paul on the football field, he's the one who's always making plays.
"There's a lot of good players that I've coached in the past, but I would say that he's easily the best," said coach Jeff Kasowski.
The senior quarterback has led the Tigers to two straight titles, with their eyes on a third, and has committed to play football for Texas A&M. But just because he's a star on the field doesn't mean he slacks in the classroom.
"My mom would always tell me when I was little that sports are fun but you need to focus on your education because it will take far in life," said Paul. "So kind of around that time of middle school and transitioning into high school, she told me that I need to focus on my education. So it became my number one priority."
A lot of star athletes have a problem keeping their ego in check, but Paul? Forget about it.
"Roshauud just doesn't have it. He comes from a great family and they expect a lot out of him. When he comes to us, he listens and he does what you ask him to do and he's just a good guy," said Kasowski.
The honor student and aspiring high school football coach has certainly left his mark on Bremond High, and in turn, they've left their mark on him.
"This is a great school, it's been really awesome and I wouldn't trade it for the world. I love being a part of the experience," said Paul
High school math teacher Leslie Kasowski feels like Paul is someone kids can look up to.
"I think he's a great example that you can come from Bremond Texas and you can be talented, but you can do all the the right things," she said. "And you can take care of yourself, take care of you business at school and on the field and that anything can happen for you. And I think that's great for all the kids in Bremond."