I haven’t done percentages in a while, so let’s do that to re-calibrate where the current cycle sits, at least through my eyes.
Hitting the HS football camp scene (ETSN Combine, Elite 7 V series/Mike Vick Camp) this weekend, Texas looking out-of-state more, latest on Wright, Epps, Lake Travis rebuilding, and Bryon Hobbs. The Scoop tells all.
Scattered thoughts all over the map while we figure out how old four-eyes relates to this particular dilemma created this week.
Just about everybody has a opinion concerning the latest (and hopefully last) Jordan Elliott escapade for UT. Most coaches see upwards of 50 JE types during their 30-year sentence.
Arrogance is born from success; fear, from failure.
Accordingly, please consider the University of Texas in general, and University of Texas football in particular.
In this edition of the Humidor, we go over the two departures from the program that were announced yesterday, as well as what that means for the defensive line going forward. We also catch up with some more quick hitters during the transition from spring practice to summer workouts. Happy Friday, happy reading.
Texas announced announced today that sophomore defensive tackle Jordan Elliott and freshman defensive tackle Marcel Southall have decided to transfer.
It’s one factor that brought out over a dozen college coaches on the evening. Texas, Texas A&M, Alabama, Ole Miss, Baylor, Duke, Tulane, and UNLV were among the contingent on hand. All were there to find talent, mingle with fellow CFB coaching brethren, and see Mr. Wright.
When you visit Westfield, there are always a lot of prospects to talk about. Of course, I went there to see and talk to star defensive tackle Keondre Coburn, but I also wanted to get some insight into Texas running back signee, Daniel Young.
Alief Taylor DE/OLB, Joseph Ogunbanjo, is a great reminder of how important spring ball of your junior year can be for recruiting.
Picking up where we left off yesterday, let’s discuss some more prospects in both the 2018 and 2019 class, as well as some unique perspectives on Tom Herman’s program.