Backed by a certified viral smash, Pecos & The Rooftops are establishing themselves as one of the Texas scene's hottest acts. Last week we got word of their new album, more on that coming up, but first are you ready some football... highlights?

Rooftops lead singer Pecos Hurley is a big guy, his junior year of high school, the 6'5 Paris, TX native looked like a man on a field full of boys. And look at what we found on YouTube.

Rockin' number 9, Hurley played quarterback, tight end, and outside line backer for Chisum High School, and judging by this highlight reel he enjoyed running over opposing teams both his junior and senior years.

The former Marine even has a recruiting page on ESPN, according to it he ran a 5.30 in the 40 yard dash, had a vertical of 25.2, and his SPARQ rating was 53.16.

You can watch Hurley's highlights up top.

As far as new music goes, the boys have a new album coming this fall. The Whiskey Riff podcast got the scoop on it, Pecos told the guys that they are in the process of finishing up their new album.

We’re getting to get this album out, we actually worked on it the day before yesterday and we have one song left to record and then it’s just gotta get mixed and mastered. But man we can’t wait to get the new stuff out, we’re gonna do a full length album… hopefully we’ll get it out around the fall. It’s called ‘Cabin Fever.' - Pecos Hurley

There ya go. Be on the lookout The Rooftops will be releasing their new album, Cabin Fever, this fall. The guys will make their Billy Bob's Texas debut this November.

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