More on the 2018 class. More on 2019 new offers. Following Monday’s Scoop will be difficult, but here goes.
This week’s Notebook goes down to Louisiana for two Texas targets hanging under the radar, and then two defensive line targets that the Horns are squarely in the mix with. A Recruiting Notebook for January. Dive in.
Texas is back bowling after a two-year absence. They take on the hot Missouri Tigers, former Big 12 foes. We’ve got practice reports, injury updates, game previews, and more. It’s the IT Gameday Primer.
The Christmas Eve Edition of the Inside Scoop talks to the top RB in Texas, one of UT’s top LB targets, who’s the slot take for 2018’s class, and final thoughts from another Texas High School Football State Championship week. Santa put the Scoop under the tree early. Enjoy.
That’s all Carthage RB, Texas commit Keaontay Ingram has thought about in the last week. Not signing early, not Christmas shopping, and not anything that distracted his team.
HOUSTON — Texas wanted one more defensive back for the 2018 class. So they got the best in-state.
Houston Lamar 5-star CB Anthony Cook committed to Texas today. The 6-foot-0, 180-pound corner chose the Longhorns over LSU, Ohio State, and over 30 other offers. He joins teammates D’Shawn Jamison and Al’Vonte Woodard in UT’s Class of 2018. Current Longhorns, Holton Hill and John Bonney, are also alums from Lamar HS a.k.a. DB High.
Between now and NSD1, then between NSD1 and NSD2 on Feb. 7th, there’s a lot of room for kids looking around, official visits, minds being changed, and all that other “fun” stuff that could happen.
I decided to unload the notebook with quotes/insight on the latest from the juniors and seniors on UT’s radar. Here goes.
SALT LAKE CITY, UT — In an extremely deep and talented pool of prospects headed to Texas from its Class of 2018, the must-need offensive tackle just made the rich get richer. Senior 4-Star OT and Army All-American Sione “Junior” Angilau committed to Texas tonight. Angilau chose UT over offers from Oregon, USC, UCLA, and Utah.
We hit the JUCO ranks for offensive linemen, touch base with a small school stud with big upside, and look closer at a H-town interior defender waiting on the Longhorns. The Recruiting Notebook tells all.
Texas junior DB Holton Hill has decided to forgo his senior season and enter the 2018 NFL Draft.