Sport: Second Generation

When it comes to turning out great college and pro football players, few high schools can match the record of Dallas' Highland Park High—the school that produced Bobby Layne and Doak Walker.

This year Highland Park has a new star: a straw-haired 16-year-old who is practically a one-man ball club. Play ing quarterback on offense, he has completed 56% of his passes; on the ground, he has gained 705 yds. in 102 carries. He is his team's top scorer, with 83 points. On defense, he plays safety, has intercepted nine passes. He also punts (for an average of 33 yds.), kicks off,...

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