Texas did themselves a solid when they held Elite Day last month, hosting some of the state’s best for 2020. They outdid themselves with another righteous crop of prospects rolling through the first evening of Junior Day Weekend. With Texas-exes BJ Johnson and Priest Holmes stopping by, and adding a Mookie to the class was icing on the cake. Here’s some quick hitters from a busy day on the 40 Acres.
This week’s Notebook starts in DFW with the nation’s top rated safety and four-star linebacker target for the Horns. Then we head to Bastrop to check in on a big defensive lineman, and finish in Lewisville with a safety with athletic genes. The Recruiting Notebook hits all angles.
Catching up with 2020 class leader Hudson Card, rising defensive back Xavion Alford, newest Longhorn and legacy Parker Alford, and the early visitor list for the month of February and early March in the Scoop: PART II, by Justin Wells.
This week’s Recruiting Notebook starts in the golden triangle with a highly-sought offensive lineman, then over to South Houston for another o-lineman with lots of attention, then head up I-45 to DFW and one of the best athletes in the nation, then finish back in H-town for the state’s premier defensive lineman. Let’s Notebook some 2020s.
Just a few tidbits until we open this for the recruiting Q&A.
Texas hosted several of the state’s top 2020 and 2021 prospects over the previous weekend. After utilizing a patient methodology last year recruiting elite juniors and sophomores, Texas made an effort to get a jump on several of those recruitments. Here’s the latest from the weekend.
Reports from Anwar Richardson say that Shane Buechele informed coaches Wednesday of his intentions to enter the NCAA Transfer Portal. Inside Texas can confirm Brett McMurphy’s Thursday morning report that he is in the NCAA Transfer Portal.
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We’re roughly around 144 hours away from National Signing Day, a damn holiday in my home. Like Eric Nahlin mentioned the other day, splitting the signing day over two periods (late Dec & early Feb) takes away a little of the anxious excitement.
Coaches have been putting miles on the rental cars and Horn Force One since late Saturday. Lots of recruits on the schedule, commits to close, and meals from parents who want to make a great impression. UT’s Class of 2019 is coming to a close with only a few more presents to wrap and put under the tree. Here’s what the prospects have to say.