Butler CC (El Dorado, KS) LB Juwan Mitchell loved his official visit in Austin last weekend. So he committed to Texas.
At first glance, it’s difficult not to notice the 6-foot-4, 220-pound sophomore on the practice field at Texas High. He’s long, athletic, and seems to find the ball on most plays. Three plays into his scrimmage, and he had two PBUs and a sack from OLB and DE. But there’s something else to see. That would be Texas High OLB Clayton Smith.
TYLER, TX — You have to get up early to see the John Tyler Lions practice.
Sessions start at 6 a.m., but Kitan Crawford, the rising corner for Cujo, has already warmed up. Sporting a burnt orange undershirt, Crawford is in full workout mode even though it’s still dark outside.
The aftermath from the Made In Texas weekend that included a packed Bevo Blvd., a well-attended spring game, and a Ludacris concert is slowly starting to rise up. Priority guys know they are priorities, and you’ll begin to see official visitors head to Austin starting on May 3rd for UT’s first OV weekend.
Vandegrift High School in Austin has one of the top basketball prospects in the nation, 2020 small forward Greg Brown.
Texas hosted a handful of prospects over the weekend. Not just Texas Relays holdovers, but the future of the program and a few who might be. Latest from the 40 Acres.
This week’s Notebook is running back heavy. With the Horns in need of an elite back for this cycle, here are four prospects that Texas is in on, how they fit, and how it affects the Class of 2020.
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As if having another Ehlinger at the University of Texas wasn’t enough, Austin Westlake senior Jake Ehlinger will follow in his family’s tradition of attending the school and his brother’s footsteps of playing on the gridiron.
We start in the Houston area with a linebacker who tracks and smacks, then head west to see the nation’s top corner and one of the best OL from Arizona, back to east Texas for a uber-athletic corner with lock down traits, and finish with UT’s top QB on its 2021 big board in this edition of the Recruiting Notebook.
AUSTIN, Tx — On the heels of a 10-win season, culminating in a 28-21 Sugar Bowl victory over SEC power Georgia, the vibe throughout the first week of spring practice has been notably upbeat and very energetic. And perhaps no one embodies that positive strut like junior signal-caller Sam Ehlinger.