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Senior Caleb Evans had "a monster year" on the football field last fall, and now will head to college in Louisiana on a full scholarship. Thirty Bishop Dunne graduates are currently playing sports on the collegiate level including schools such as The University of Notre Dame, Ivy league's Brown University, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, Brigham Young, Rice and Baylor.

Senior Falcon Quarterback Caleb Evans Chooses the University of Louisiana at Monroe

TAPPS District 1A Offensive Player of the Year ready for college

Caleb Evans sat on the bench last year, awaiting his turn as the starting quarterback for the Bishop Dunne Falcons. His patience paid off, as he had what the Dallas Morning News called “a monster year,” leading the Falcons to an undefeated regular season, back-to-back District Champions, and a repeat appearance at the State Championship game.
His performance earned him the top honor in TAPPS, and the coveted TAPPS Offensive Player of the Year title. Along with it came multiple college offers, and on National Signing Day, he committed to the University of Louisiana at Monroe.
Caleb began playing at the age of five for the Desoto Saints and has been playing quarterback ever since. It helps that he also runs track. His ability to get away from defenders and run for a first down had him being compared to another super quarterback’s ability from a winning Carolina team.
A member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Club, Caleb is a strong Christian young man and was recognized in The Dallas Morning News Neighbors GO! section in a front page article on December 4, 2016, about how his faith and family have helped him to become the outstanding scholar-athlete he is today.
Caleb came to Bishop Dunne from Mansfield High School in the second semester of his sophomore year. He was the starting quarterback for the high school, but knew he needed better academics to get into a good college program. His parents, Kim and Efram, are proud of his decision to work hard in the classroom as well as on the football field. One of nine children, his big brothers Trey (26), Jerod (22), and Lance (20) tried to see as many games as possible, along with big sister Rebekah (19) and his little siblings Simeon (12), Titus (10), Nathaniel (8), and Naomi (6). Falcon fans could see the family in the end zone, where Nathaniel, in a wheelchair, can view the game best.
Caleb’s nickname, “6 for 6,” refers to his ability to make points whenever he has the chance to reach the end zone. Falcon fans were delighted to watch him score touchdown after touchdown last fall in an undefeated regular season, and will look forward to watching his career in Louisiana—and beyond.

In addition to Caeb's accolades, his teammates also earned a number of honors:

1st team all state - Shaine Hailey, Josh Drayden
2nd Team all state - Damion Daniels, Jordon Robertson, Mene Khepera, Houston Little, Payton Matous, Jordan Butler, Geraud Sanders 

Honorable Mention All State - Chevin Calloway 
Academic All State - Houston Little, Geraud Sanders, Josh Drayden, Payton Matous
1st team all district - Damion Daniels, Jordon Robertson, Shaine Hailey, Mene Khepera, Joshua Drayden, Houston Little, Chevin Calloway, Payton Matous, Jordan Butler, Geraud Sanders
2nd Team all district - Caleb Evans, Reggie Roberson
Honorable Mention All District - Paul Favorite, Louis Jackson
Team Awards
Captains: Caleb Evans, Jordon Robertson, Josh Drayden, Payton Matous, Shaine Hailey, Chevin Calloway, Geraud Sanders 
Offensive MVP: Caleb Evans
Defensive MVP: Houston Little
Special Teams MVP: Daniel Esparza 

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Interested student can be a Falcon for a Day! For more information: or call 214-339-6561.

Bishop Dunne's Annual Golf Tournament is April 4, 2016 at Stevens Park Golf Course beginning at 9:00  a.m. Proceeds go to support Bishop Dunne's athletic teams. To play or donate to the event contact Lydia Torrez at or register on line at

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