The face of the ring features 15 diamonds, one of them in the shape of a football. It reads "State Champions" and has the A logo with an Eagle.
One side of the ring shows the outline of Texas with a star on Abilene and the team's 15-0 record. It reads "Abilene Eagles Driven & Determined" and also includes the script "Bro. Keep" which stands for brother's keeper, to remind them of the brotherhood they share on and off the field.
The other side of the ring is personalized with the player's last name and number and includes a helmet, football, and rendering of Shotwell Stadium.
The victory at Alamodome is something the Abilene High football players will never forget, especially seniors on the team like Karston Goodman.
"It's just something that's special and can't happen again so you cherish it," Goodman said.
The game may be over, but the championship ring the guys will get later this year are a nice reminder of when they took home the state title.
The football players helped finalize the ring design at practice. The athletic office couldn't unveil the design just yet, but the boys tell say they decided to engrave "my brothers' keeper" on the ring.
Each player will have to pay about $300 for their championship ring. School officials say if they can't afford the ring, there will be opportunities for the boys to earn the money needed. Either way, like a true team, no one gets left behind.
The football players and their families will be paying for the rings themselves. The school district and UIL will not provide any funding to pay for the rings.
If you'd like to help any of the boys who can't cover the cost, contact the athletic department at Abilene High or AISD.