Junior signal-caller finishes with four touchdowns, 141 yards on 14-of-21 passing
A look at the Houston roster heading into Spring Camp
High School: District 27-5A Offensive Most Valuable Player as a senior and twice named First Team All-District ... Quarterbacked a club that went 19-6 his final two seasons ... Three-year letterwinner ... Second Team All-State by the Padilla Poll as a senior ... All-Area selection by the San Antonio Express-News ... Led his club into the state playoffs and finished with an 11-2 overall mark ... Produced some incredible statistical numbers including completing 21-of-29 passes for 452 yards and six TDs in a win over Churchill to earn Offensive Player of the Week honors from the San Antonio Express-News ... Finished the year throwing for 3,310 yards and 34 scores ... Completed 65 percent of his passes ... Rushed for 564 yards and 15 more TDs for a total of 3,874 yards of total offense and 49 total touchdowns ... Twice named an All-District pick at quarterback ... Threw for 2,254 yards and 20 TDs as a junior ... Completed an impressive 57 percent of his passes as a first-year starter ... Outstanding athlete and was a starting wide receiver as a sophomore before taking over at quarterback later that year ... Played for his father Bryan Dausin at Warren.
Personal: Son of Jill and Bryan Dausin ... Comes from a huge football family ... His father and uncles (Randy and Chris) played offensive line at Texas A&M ... Randy Dausin played from 1982-86, Chris Dausin played from 1988-92 and played for the Philadelphia Eagles in 1993 ... His father was an Aggie from 1978-82 and had a free agent stint in training camp with the Houston Oilers in 1983 ... Active in his school's Fellowship of Christian Athletes program and National Honor Society ... Academic All-District selection ... Also enjoys playing tennis and lettered four seasons in high school ... undecided on a major.