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Angleton's Diggs Bleeds Orange

Angleton's Diggs Bleeds Orange

One of the top sophomores in the state has deep Longhorn roots. Angleton jack-of-all-trades Quandre Diggs is the younger brother of former Angleton and Texas star Quentin Jammer and like his brother, bleeds orange. Burnt Orange Beat spoke with Diggs this week and files this report and photo gallery.

Quandre Diggs burst onto the Houston area football scene as a freshman starting at quarterback and safety for the Angleton Wildcats from day one. The 5-9, 184-pound powerfully built prospect threw for 331 yards and eight touchdowns, rushed for 324 yards and picked off two passes earning 23-4A second team honors. After a 3-7 season in 2007, Diggs had lofty personal and team goals headed into his... Recommended Stories

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