It’s another first for Navasota High School: Rattler Tren’Davian Dickson has been named the School’s first-ever Gatorade Texas Football Player Of The Year.
This is a huge honor for both the school and the team, Head Coach Lee Fedora beams, but it’s even more-so for Dickson, himself, as it recognizes not only his outstanding performance on the grid iron, but also his efforts in the classroom and in life.
According to Fedora and Gatorade’s webpage dedicated to Dickson, while maintaining 3.04 GPA, the Senior Rattler also set new state and national records, played on the basketball and track teams, and has given his time to others by volunteering with the Special Olympics.
And even with the football season behind him, the coach tells Navasota News, Dickson still has the Army All-American Football Game to prepare for, and after that . . . It’s on to his college career in Waco.
We at Navasota News add our congratulations to Dickson on all of his recent honors, and wish him continued success as he prepares to play for the Baylor Bears next year.