Southern Nevada has enough high school football talent to create an all-star team filled with future college players.
But it might be more fun to put together a local all-name team. Eat your heart out, Mr. Public Address Announcer.
The center could be Palo Verde's Jacob Humble, who has the best name ever for a lineman.
Humble would snap the ball to Shadow Ridge quarterback J Henderson, who would be protected by Sunrise Mountain tackle H Venerable.
Henderson's favorite target would be Del Sol receiver Romance Oliver, who is surely the smoothest route runner in town.
The secondary would be conducted by Chaparral defensive back Maistro Bobo-Pyels.
Those guys happen to be pretty good players, in addition to having cool names, which is why they get shout-outs. Some of them are playing in games I'm picking Friday.
Until my "1-900-FIELDER" hotline is activated, you'll have to check out nevadapreps.com for more scouting reports.