Latest on coaching arrangements, new targets, visitors this weekend, how Hand helps UT’s offense, and those grad transfer o-linemen. Another loaded Humidor.
AUSTIN — Texas’ class of 2018 continues to grow in size and talent. Today, the Longhorns added someone with both.
2018 Independence (MO) William Chrisman DL Daniel Carson committed to Texas today. Carson had competing offers from Oklahoma, Nebraska, Missouri, Miami (FL), and Ohio State among others.
Many will want absolute answers when there’s still a lot of uncertainty, but Texas is poised for a very fine finish on defensive line, though finding a Rover is still a concern. I’d also like to see more traction with slot receiver. The staff could defer to 2019 if necessary.
Coming off a fairly solid recruiting weekend for the Longhorns, Tom Herman and his staff made a few moves, hosted a handful of targets, extended a handful of offers, and continue to build on the Class of 2018, while looking ahead to 2019. The Scoop gets you caught up.
Donations can be made through this web site and will be given directly to the Jones family to assist with medical and necessary family expenses as permitted within NCAA rules.
The team is getting ready to report back soon for off-season. Early enrollees have made it campus. Signing day looms. These are all the signs of a new year.
More behind the scenes on the potential 10th assistant, two big-time 2019 prospects, an OL grad transfer, and one 2018 QB still talking Texas in the Scoop.
10th assistant breakdown, attrition notes, and detailing top #revolUTion18 and #fUTure19 members and targets from Under Armour in Orlando.
The final issue of the Inside Texas Magazine for 2017 profiles Longhorn legacy Breckyn Hager, game stories, recruiting roundup post-NSD 1, and Scipio explains why it’s never acceptable to root for the Sooners. The IT Magazine finishes the year in style.
We open the new year with Under Armour notes and quotes, Texas targets finishing up the 2018 class, and new offers for 2019s. The best way to start your New Tear’s Day is in the Scoop from our Eric Nahlin and Justin Wells.