RG III ready for the next step

After winning the Heisman trophy, Robert Griffin III is excited about the next step - the NFL.

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McCaffrey Brothers Are Double Trouble


Ed McCaffrey had a long and successful career in the NFL. However, his football career may soon be surpassed by his sons. Max McCaffrey and Christian McCaffrey both star at Valor Christian High School near Denver.

Donovan Riley Lights Up Baltimore


Donovan Riley is one of the brightest stars in Baltimore. Riley is a two-way star at one of the country's oldest high schools (Baltimore Poly). He's also an honor roll student.

Gray And Sanders: Touchdown Machines


The Southwest is loaded with great running backs from the class of 2012, and two of the best are Johnathan Gray of Aledo, TX and Barry Sanders, Jr. of Oklahoma City. Of course, Sanders is the son of the Detroit Lions legend.

Dorial Green-Beckham Dominates


Many football experts are calling Dorial Green-Beckham the greatest high school wide receiver of all time. We show you why in this week's show.

Redd Makes Lions Roar


This year, Silas Redd will be the featured running back in Penn State's offense. Of course, we've known about Redd for years. Just two years ago, we featured him when he was a dynamite high school player in Connecticut.

Landry Jones: Sooner Superstar


When we first introduced you to Landry Jones four years ago, he was a record-setting high school quarterback in New Mexico. Now, Jones is the star for the number one team in the nation.

Sailing Sensation Curtis Brown


If there's one person who knows how to navigate the choppy waters of life, it's Dallas native Curtis Brown. Brown was born three months premature, had to endure 13 surgeries as an infant, and is diagnosed as developmentally delayed. This month, Brown will travel to Greece to sail with Team USA in the Special Olympics World Games.

Top 5 2012 Football Players


In this week's Toyota Top 5, we rank the top overall football players in the class of 2012. 1. Mario Edwards (Denton, TX) 2. Dorial Green-Beckham (Springfield, MO) 3. D.J. Humphries (Charlotte, NC) 4. Eddie Goldman (Washington, DC) 5. Darius Hamilton (Ramsey, NJ)

"Let's Win It For Coach"


Jim Tracy is one of the top high school coaches in California - regardless of sport. However, the cross country coach at San Francisco's University High School was going for his eighth state championship last fall when he received some devastating news. Tracy was diagnosed with ALS, commonly known as Lou Gherig's Disease. Tracy's team was determined to win a state championship for their ailing coach -- even if it meant crawling across the finish line.

Kevin Laue Fulfills His Dreams


Four years ago, we first introduced you to Kevin Laue, a high school basketball phenom from the Bay Area. Laue was born without a left arm, yet he wanted to become the first one-armed college basketball player in history. Now, thanks to lots of perseverance, Laue has finally achieved his goal - suiting up for New York's Manhattan College.

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