Many things jump off of the page when you look at what the Eagles are capable of, the most formidable remaining the play of Ian Sadler.

Sadler leads the Eagles in receiving yards(496) and receiving touchdowns(10), and is second on the team in rushing yards (823) and rushing touchdowns (20).

The guy has even passed for 144 yards.

On a team filled with playmakers, Sadler is the kingpin. 

But the Steers already knew that after playing, and beating, Argyle in the 7-on-7 state championship this past summer.


Though Graham won the game, it was Sadler who nearly spoiled things in the final seconds by nearly catching a Hail Mary in the back corner of the endzone.

“At the state 7-on-7 tournament during the summer, Randy Rodgers from Fox Sports Southwest told us that the receiver from Argyle was the best athlete at the tournament,” Davidson said. “That's among 64 teams. He's got a different gear and they use him all over the field.” 

Best athlete on the field or not, it was ultimately Graham that won the 7-on-7 state championship over the summer.

For more on the Argyle Eagles and the Graham Steers, pick up the midweek editon of the Graham Leader.