With UT’s Class of 2015 signed up, the player-coach relationship turned from dating to contractual. Each of the 29 players represent a specific need and skill. It’s one of the reasons I like this group so much; the chemistry. It’s an absolute essential element in the foundation of any successful college football team.
One popular high school football coach has decided to remain just that.
Cedar Hill coach Joey Macguire has withdrawn his name from the TE coaching position on the Texas staff, according to multiple reports.
Defensive line coach Chris Rumph has been hired at the University of Florida, Texas officials said today.
We are 12 hours from one of the biggest holidays in all of college sports. National Signing Day. The first day a recruit can sign a LOI (letter of intent) to the schools of their future. For college football fans, it’s the closest thing to Christmas. We’ve got a few updates on the latest from the 40 Acres as UT continues to build a stellar class in 2015.
Texas has loaded its roster with talent top to bottom in the Class of 2015. All it needs was a big-time QB.
With 48 hours before National Signing Day, we’ve got tons of updates as UT closes out one of its top classes in a decade.
The Texas Longhorns added Gilmer’s senior DB Kris Boyd earlier in the day. They added another Boyd this afternoon.
2016 LB/DE DeMarco Boyd has committed to Texas, via his Twitter today. He’s the 3rd commit in the junior class for UT, joining WR’s Collin Johnson and Reggie Hemphill.
In an absolutely loaded defensive back class for 2015 in Texas, Holton Hill may be the finest. The Houston Lamar product committed to Texas today. Hill joins elite DB Kris Boyd on the 40 Acres.
AUSTIN — It only took three words. “Texas is Texas,” said Gilmer’s 5-star athlete Kris Boyd when asked why he committed to the Longhorns today in Austin.
We start in Da Boot at John Curtis HS to meet a LB, head back to DFW for the winningest QB in the nation, stop by Mesquite for a freak athlete, then finish with an Arkansas-born JUCO WR worth watching. All in this edition of the Recruiting Notebook.