Kasey Studdard, former
University of Texas National Champion and starting Offensive
Lineman for the Houston Texans, grew up in Denver, CO the
son of football legend, Dave Studdard.
football was obviously a major part of Kasey’s upbringing,
he and his father bonded over their mutual love of hunting
retiring from football in 2014, Kasey’s main focus has been
creating an outdoor show that’s entertaining for the whole
welcoming his first child into this world, Studdard hopes to
pass on the family tradition and looks forward to creating
many memories with his little buddy!
Birth: July 1, 1984
Birth: Denver, Colorado
Highland Ranch High School in Lone Tree, Colorado where he
was a four-year starter on the offense and defensive lines.
Earned first team all-state, all-country and all-district
honors as a junior and a senior. Studdard comes from a
football family. His father Dave, played offensive tackle
for the Texas Longhorns from 1975-77 and for the Denver
Broncos from 1978-88. His uncle Les, played offensive
tackle for the Longhorns from 1978-80 and played center for
the Kansas City Chiefs in 1982.
he started his last 38 games at left guard for Texas.
Three-time All-Big 12 selection and earned first-team
all-conference honors as a senior and named team captain.
Helped Texas win the BCS National Championship as a junior
in 2005 and helped the Longhorns offense become one of the
most explosive in the country, averaging more than 40 points
and 455 yards per game in his three years as a starter.
Studdard also graduated with a degree in youth and community
veteran of five seasons with the Houston Texans offered
depth along the interior offensive line. The former Texas
Longhorn played in 25 total games with Houston, including 14
starts at left guard.