The new guy has to replace All-American Jake Mullin, which will be no easy task, but freshman Brady Lambert is expected to be the guy steps up to take the job.
Lambert was an All-State performer and he led Wimberly to a state championship his senior year. He says he's ready to take the reigns.
"It's big shoes to fill right there. I mean trying to take Jake's spot. He taught me a lot of life lessons, and a lot of great things about football and how to respect the sport," said sophomore quarterback Brady Lambert. "He taught me a lot and I know it will pay off. I just want to get chemistry with my receivers. A little bit of competition with the [defensive backs]. Get comfortable with my [offensive line]. Just get comfortable with the system; get it going, and get ready for the season," said Lambert.
Like Mullin, Lambert's got smarts too. He was academic All-State in high schools, and he's a Bio-Medical Science major at McMurry. McMurry's spring game is set for April 25th.