Ros looks for continued success on the field

QB Shane Ros has 760 yards this season so far

There are several hot teams in the Greater Houston area, and the Katy Cinco Ranch football squad is one of them. The Cougars are currently 4-0 and seem to have a little momentum going. Recently, TexasPrepInsider's Ahmard Vital caught up with the quarterback Shane Ros to talk about the season and what is the latest in his recruitment…

As the Katy Cinco Ranch football team continues their undefeated season, many may wonder what is the secret to the success. Well, according to Cougar quarterback Shane Ros, it's not really a secret at all.

It just seems as though everything is coming together.

"I feel great and I feel like our offense is really clicking. Everybody's doing their job and making plays," Ros said. "Once we get in a groove we are pretty tough to stop."

The team now sits at 4-0 after a 35-23 win over Woodlands College Park. As far as the team "clicking," the Cougar offense is averaging 445 yards and the defense is giving up a mere 16.5 yards a game. 

As for Ros, he is looking to make big strides this season after losing most of last year due to a knee injury. But he said it feels great to back and healthy.

"My knee feels great and I feel like I am 100 percent," Ros said. "I feel as good as ever running the ball. But it's obvious, I don't have to run as much because Adam (Hirtz) does his job. But if I need to run I will."

So far this season, Ros has ran the ball 17 times for 166 yards and two scores. When he doesn't have the ball, Hirtz (538 yards, 6TDs) gets the call. Through the air, Ros has thrown for 594 yards and seven touchdowns, with two interceptions. 

While all of this team success is going on, Ros still has some college interest on the horizon. Of course he still looks to pull in that first offer.

"I have been getting mail from a lot of places and I have been talking to Houston the most," Ros said. "I have been invited to some games. I have also been invited to attend some Texas Tech and Arkansas games as well. I haven't had a chance to go because of our season. I really haven't thought about a leader and I am just concentrating on the season right now."

Aside from these schools, Ros has been hearing from the service academies (Army, Navy, Air Force) as well. And he is open to that interest as well.

He said when time allows he would like to go to Arkansas and Texas Tech to catch a game. Ros also said that he will more than likely attend a couple of Houston games as well.

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