NFL: Amendola, Izzo, Johnson return to The Woodlands as part of The Super Bowl High School Honor Roll

With the latest NFL season culminating in Super Bowl 50, the NFL launched The Super Bowl High School Honor Roll, to celebrate the schools and communities of players and coaches that helped write Super Bowl history.

Each school recognized in the program received a commemorative golden football for every player or head coach that graduated from the high school and was on an active Super Bowl roster.

More than 2,000 schools and almost 3,000 players and coaches have been recognized through the program, including The Woodlands which has had three players play in a Super Bowl: Lee Johnson, Larry Izzo, and Danny Amendola. click here for complete story