Tumwaters quarterback Tum Waters and his parents Tum and Tum Water are planning to practice at the school this season.
The school has not confirmed that Waters has been recruited, but it has said in the past it would have him in a camp with Tums.
Tumwater is part of the Tum family of high school football programs.
The program has been around for nearly 50 years and has produced several of the state’s top football prospects, including four-star quarterback Blake Barnett.
It was not immediately clear how the team plans to prepare for the season, but the school said in a statement that Waters is “going to be a part of a fun, energetic, and energetic football program that will benefit from a variety of challenges in practice.”
Tumwaters head coach Steve Tumwell said the team has already prepared for the upcoming season.
He said that it’s important to give each student his own time to develop and be ready for whatever challenges the season presents.
Waters will wear a helmet and pads, but practice will be held indoors, with coaches staying in the building.
Tums football team won its first two games this year, defeating the Texas-El Paso Cowboys and San Antonio Express-News 49ers, but will play the Oklahoma City Blue Raiders in the third quarter of Thursday’s game.
Tres and Waters will play in a scrimmage before the game, and Tums is hopeful to be in the mix for a win.