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TA's Scouting Scoop is an educational radio talk show on Sunday's at 6:00pm CST for college football coaches, fans, & players about high school football prospects in Central Texas

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TA discusses w/ Coach Surcie Thompson about his upcoming "Head Up Hands On" camp in the Alamo City area.
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On-Demand Episodes

TA discusses w/ CenTex 2016 #4 DT prospect, Chris Hughes Harker Heights) about football recruiting, academics, and being from a Division 1 family.

TA discusses with CenTex 2016 OT prospect, Waahid Muhammad (Waco La Vega) about academics, being new to football, and recruiting.

TA discusses with CenTex 2015 RB prospect, Jarice Stricklin (Marlin) about academics, recruiting, being overlooked, and the upcoming football season

TA discusses with CenTex #1 OG prospect, Zach Shackelford (Belton) about academics, recruiting, and the upcoming football season?

TA discusses with CenTex #2 WR prospect, Davion Curtis (Temple) about academics, track & field, Spring football, the upcoming season, and recruiting.

TA chats with CenTex 2016 WR prospect, Kristian Drake (New Braunfels Canyon) about academics, Spring football, football camps, the upcoming season, and recruiting.

TA discusses with CenTex 2016 #3 cornerback prospect, Rajah Preciado (College Station) about academics, recruiting, track & field, football camps.

TA discusses w/ this newest discovery, CenTex 2016 #2 "Athlete," (TA's Newest Discovery!) about academics, being overlooked, recruiting, and the upcoming season.

TA discusses with CenTex 2016 #2 DT prospect, Elijah Garcia (San Antonio Stevens) about academics, Spring football, the upcoming season, and recruiting.

TA discusses with CenTex #1 ILB prospect, Adrian Hunter (Manor) about being underrated (both statewide and nationally), Spring football, recruiting, and football camps.

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