Katy (Texas) is considered a consensus top 10 team in the country. Currently ranked No. 6 in the Fab 50, Katy has established itself as a team to beat not only in the greater Houston area but throughout the Lone Star State. Ironically, the nationally ranked squad doesn't have a laundry list of BCS-committed recruits. In fact, senior quarterback Brooks Haack became Katy's first 2012 commitment when he picked Louisiana-Lafayette over North Texas, Texas State and Wyoming. Haack (6-foot-1, 190 pounds) threw for 1,531 yards, 17 touchdowns and only three interceptions as a junior. He has thrown for 332 yards, four touchdowns and no picks this season and is leading a Katy team that has outscored its opponents, 65-6, in two games. Haack will look to lead Katy on the field Saturday against Beaumont (Texas) West Brook.
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