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2018 Winners - Congratulations to T.J. McDaniel, RB for Southlake Carroll HS, on receiving the Landry Award and to Coach Jason Tucker of Haltom High School on being named the Landry Award Coach of the Year! Click here to read more.


  


Date: 
Monday, December 10, 2018 
 
Where: The Hope Center - 2001 W. Plano Pkwy, Plano, TX 75075

When:  7pm Awards Presentation (Event will be taped and broadcast at a later date on CBS 11

RSVP: There is no cost to attend but reservations are required. Please fill out form below to reserve your seat.




The Landry Award, named in memory of former Dallas Cowboys head coach Tom Landry, recognizes the top high school football player (any position, any division, any school) in North Texas. The award recipient is chosen by a voting panel of former coaches and players, members of the media and local leaders and is presented to the top player's school each December.

2018 Athletes Nominated for Landry Award 

Enoch Jackson, Jr. (Legacy High School)

T.J. McDaniel (Carroll High School)

Jahari Rogers (Arlington High School)

Theo Wease, Jr. (Allen High School)

Brian Williams (Bishop Dunne Catholic School)



Click Here to Vote for your favorite player!
Voting open November 19th - November 30th


The Landry Award Coach of the Year will exemplify the Christian values that defined Tom Landry on and off the field and will be someone who encourages leadership, selflessness, maturity, respect and kindness.The award recipient is selected by the DFW FCA leadership and The Landry Award Committee. 

2018 Nominations for Landry Award Coach of the Year (TBA)

Scott Peach (Arlington HS) 

Todd Rodgers (Argyle HS)

Kody Groves (Mesquite Poteet HS) 

Jason Tucker (Haltom HS) 

Chad Cole (Frisco Reedy HS) 




 

Coach Landry

One of the greatest icons of the game began his football legacy in Mission, Texas. As quarterback, Landry led his high school team to a 12-0 season in his senior year. After returning from duty as a bomber pilot, he attended the University of Texas. After graduating from Texas, Landry played professionally for the All-America Football Conference’s New York Yankees, and later the New York Giants. He played five years as a pro.

Of course, he is best known as the first head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, a position he held for 29 seasons, including a record 20 consecutive winning seasons. During this time, Landry coached America’s Team to five Super Bowl appearances, winning twice. He won 270 games, the third-most in NFL history. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1990.

Beyond the Xs and Os, Landry was known as a man of strong faith. He was an active supporter and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Greater Dallas Fellowship of Christian Athletes for 30 years, and he encouraged his players to demonstrate leadership on and off the field.