In what is shaping up to be an epic Junior Day roster, Tom Herman’s first event is already gathering steam on a national level with an inordinate amount of out-of-state players joining some of the best prospects the state of Texas has to offer. All in the Inside Scoop.
In this edition of the Humidor, we get the details on the timeline and the targets for Texas’ next athletic director. We also provide an updated list for next weekend’s junior day, talk spring practice schedule, and talk about the way Herman and his staff groups his players.
This week’s Scoop talks coaching clinic news as the UT staff hung out in Aggieland (cringes), and updated Junior Day list, 1-on-1 with the next big thing out of East Texas, recruiting notes, and basketball talk for your Monday.
Today’s Humidor will be in the Q&A format. Join Eric Nahlin and Justin Wells on this Friday morning.
Bring your questions. We’ll do our best to deliver the answers.
We’re talking offensive fits under the new Tom Herman regime, our top OFF and DEF signees from 2017, and some Junior Day notes as Tom Petty stops by. Listen up.
We’ve started looking deeper into recruiting philosophies of the Thomas Herman.
At times, when the state isn’t birthing certain quality at specific positions – like LB, RB in 2018 – you have to open the borders and find the fits. We’ve gathered a handful of notes and quotes from the OOS offers Herman and his staff have extended. We’ll break down a mixture over the next few months.
Keys to the 2018 class, breaking down the Texas priority targets from the Opening regional, and the Junior Day roster is turning into a monster. It’s the Scoop for your Super Bowl Sunday hangover.
Some thoughts and observations. We’ll go into the insider-y stuff tomorrow.
The weather wasn’t inviting at 50 degrees and a slight breeze that made it cooler. I knew speed and agility times would be down, which is why my jaw hit the floor when Brennan Eagles told me his numbers. More from the Houston Regional.
Like all new coaches, Herman wanted to come in and let everyone know who was in charge. If you think he cares that he seemed abrasive he doesn’t. It’s all part of the process, and it’s no different than any other coach. Recall Strong telling the team, “you just got a good staff fired.”
This and more inside the Humidor.
Signing Day is always full of surprises.
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M defensive tackle Jamari Chisholm chose the Longhorns after previously being committed to UCF.