The future of Alabama's offense hails from a small town in Texas

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The future of Alabama's offense hails from a small town in Texas
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The roughly 5,000-population city of Aledo sits 20 miles west of Fort Worth and is home to a football program that boasts similar success to the one found in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Aledo High School has won 10 state titles, including the past three at the Class 5A Division II level, and is currently riding a 97-game unbeaten streak in district play that dates back to 2007. The Bearcats have 12 players playing for Division I programs, the most notable being the pair currently starring for the Crimson Tide.