The Texas high school athletic landscape was shaken up last month as the University Interscholastic League announced that the possibility of adding a Class 6A was being explored.
So, what would a Class 6A potentially look like?
TheOldCoach.com took a look at the 2010 enrollment figures used for the state's most recent alignment, while also adding in new schools which are anticipated to play varsity football in 2012 and placing them in the appropriate classification.
The possibility of schools "opting up" was included as well.
The final numbers, after the schools were placed in order, wound up with the proposed new Class 6A potentially having 202 schools, with an enrollment break of 2,255 or more.
Below is a hypothetical Class 6A realignment as proposed by the staff of TheOldCoach.com. The current enrollment number is listed on the left.