We go behind the scenes on how the class of 2019 was built and the prospects that went elsewhere in this edition of the Humidor.
Although only one fax was sent to the Texas football facilities today, NSD2 still marked the end of a successful class of 2019 for Longhorns head coach Tom Herman.
So far we’ve seen an Elite Day that created buzz, there will also be a Junior Day in February, and we’re also hearing one in March. Weekends in between, like this past one, will feature a sprinkling of talent. The recruiting gas pedal is officially floored.
This time of year is all about re-acclimating to classwork and workouts in preparation of spring ball. It’s about repairing your body then building it back up.
Wrapping up the roller coaster recruiting ride of last week, and like UT’s 1-0 mantra, we’re diving straight into finishing up 2019 and the beginning of 2020. Let’s Scoop, y’all.
Information from the program including updates on early enrollees, the search for team leadership, and health notes from the IT Staff
Texas’ westward search during the 2019 cycle landed several key members of its #fUTure19 class. Today, after a brief cardinal and gold detour, the Longhorns landed arguably the biggest prize from expanded recruiting efforts on the West Coast.
The latest on potential additions to the 2019 class, offensive line recruiting, and of course, Bru McCoy
We’d work for free if every week was like this one.
The title says it all.
Justin and Eric discuss the latest.
The state of Texas has several blue-chip offensive line prospects for the 2020 cycle. Tom Herman and Herb Hand landed their second offensive lineman for the 2020 class when Prosper OL Jake Majors committed to Texas today.