PRCA Team Roping Header Standings Update, Aug. 31: Bubbles Begin To Burst Entering Final Month of Season

Kaleb Driggers Junior Nogueira NFR

The Team Roping Bubble continues to be crowded on both the Header and Heeler side of things as we enter the final month of the 2023 regular season. No. 10 Coleman Proctor is just $5,000 clear of No. 15 and less than $20,000 clear of No. 20 in the PRCA World Standings.

Here is a look at the top 20 as we enter the final stretch of the season.

No. 9 Derrick Begay

Begay makes his way into the top 10 after a solid end to the month of August. A week ago Begay was No. 11 in the world, but after a strong showing at the Colorado State Fair and Rodeo, he now finds himself inside the top 10. Begay placed first in the second round and took the average after going 10.2 seconds on two head. In total, Begay and his partner Colter Todd made $4,300 at the rodeo, helping propel them inside the top 10.

No. 10 Coleman Proctor

Proctor jumped from No. 13 to No. 10 in the world thanks to a win at the Golden Spikes Rodeo. Proctor stopped the clock at 4.0 seconds flat to get the win, which earned him $4,800 towards his PRCA earnings. It is the second straight week that Proctor cashed a check of at least $4,500 after taking the Fallon County Fair and Rodeo two weeks ago..=

1.Kaleb Driggers$136,583
2.Dustin Egusquiza$131,427
3.Nelson Wyatt$130,054
4.Rhen Richard$114,604
5.Andrew Ward$111,716
6.Tyler Wade$108,995
7.Tanner Tomlinson$102,501
8.Erich Rogers$99,643
9.Derrick Begay$89,746
10.Coleman Proctor$85,161
11.Marcus Theriot$84,261
12.Cody Snow$84,241
13.Dawson Graham$83,124
14.Brenten Hall$80,970
15.Jake Clay$80,083
16.Clay Smith$75,579
17.Luke Brown$74,538
18.Jr. Dees$72,787
19.Clint Summers$68,974
20.Chad Masters$67,938