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Gilmer Coach Jeff Traylor Will Accept Texas Assistant Job

By Chase Colston

It looks like one of East Texas’ most successful football coaches is headed to the Forty Acres.

Reports from the Austin American-Statesman and OrangeBloods say Gilmer head coach Jeff Traylor will accept the special teams/tight ends coaching position at The University of Texas.

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Texas to add HS coach to staff
Jeff Traylor. (courtesy of ETSN.fm)
Jeff Traylor. (courtesy of ETSN.fm)
GILMER — Source tells Inside Texas that Gilmer head coach Jeff Traylor is expected to accept the available TE/ ST coaching position at Texas.

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Is Jeff Traylor the Best East Texas High School Football Coach Ever?
by CHASE COLSTON, ETSN.fm

Dennis Alexander. Jim Norman. Scott Surratt. Jeff Traylor.

If you were to put together a Mount Rushmore of East Texas high school football coaches, you’d have your four right there. And Traylor might be the first one sculpted.

With the news surfacing that Gilmer coach Jeff Traylor will become the new special teams and tight ends coach at The University of Texas, you can’t help but look back at his 15-year tenure with the Buckeyes and shake your head in amazement.

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“We do have some experience and tradition,” admitted La Vega head coach Willie Williams, who has a 135-84-2 record in his 20th season as Pirates’ head coach.

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