The State of Texas has for generations, been known for its great High School players. One of the best made Sugar Land Texas famous in the early 1950s. In mid-December of 1953, Kenneth Hall led Sugar Land High School to the Class B regional championship. In his final season, he scored a record 395 points, which included 57 touchdowns and 53 converstions (11). He also set another record with 899 total points in his three-year high school career, which included 127 touchdowns and 137 conversions (5). He also rushed for 10,753 yards and passed for 5,000 during his high school career. In his three varsity season, he rushed for 4,045 yards (1), 3,458 yards (2), and 3,160 yards (5). In his senior year, he averaged 337.1 rushing yards per game (1). He also rushed for 520 yards in a single game.