Stonehill College in Texas has an opportunity to create a rockstar by adding a college football team to its roster.
According to the Daily Caller, the college is looking to recruit football players for the 2019 season, and will have the chance to do so by hiring former NFL running back and current ESPN college football analyst Rashad Greene.
The school announced that the team will be called the Stonehill Golden Eagles.
Greene’s name was mentioned in the school’s press release, as well as his current role on ESPN’s College GameDay, and it is rumored that he will serve as an assistant coach and a play-by-play voice on the college football broadcasts.
The college said in a press release that the program would be based in Austin, Texas.
The Stonehill school is the latest in a growing list of elite college football programs in the U.S.
The school said in the press release:The school, located in the Stonehills, Texas, area, was founded in 1857 and is considered the oldest continuously operating college in the United States.
In 2017, it became the first college to graduate its first class of football players in history, joining the list of schools with football-playing alumni.
Stonehill is a private, evangelical Christian institution and its campus is located at a hill in the town of Stonehill.
The high school’s football program is based in Texas, and has won three consecutive state championships since 2008.