Off-season continues as the strength and conditioning staff readies the players for spring ball. The players are working hard and the proof is in the pictures circulating the internet. Also, UT is hosting a few key targets in 2019, 2020 recruiting classes and quotes from the newest Longhorn, T’Vondre Sweat.
Time to empty the notebook from Texas’ junior day with notes on 2020 QBs, 2019 TEs, and a star freshman OL.
Because Mack Brown ignored it, and Charlie Strong emphasized it, every recruitnik should understand the importance of senior year tape.
The game is won in the trenches, so Tom Herman and Oscar Giles looked to bolster the defensive line with the second commit of the 2019 class.
Huntsville DL T’Vondre Sweat committed to Texas today. He chose the Longhorns over Texas A&M, Baylor, Alabama, Arkansas and Oklahoma, among others.
As we approach the end of February, here’s the latest recruiting notes from the 40 Acres. Catalon, Richardson, Ellison, Dixon, and more on a Wednesday.
I wanted to attend the Dallas Regional Opening before doing any sort of rankings but that event isn’t until late April. Since it’s something I’ve already been thinking quite a bit about I’ll just drop a top 25 now.
Coverage from the Opening Regional in Houston, notes/quotes from Texas targets, and 2019 and 2020 prospects on the radar heading into the spring. The Scoop delivers on a Monday.
This week starts in North Houston with one of the state’s best corners, then down to Cuero for 5-star level athlete on both sides of the ball, swing over to ETX for an offensive lineman meaner than a pitbull, then finish in the ATX with the best WR in-state. It’s an all 2019 Recruiting Notebook.
Looking at NFL draft potentials, Chris Del Conte doing work, peach baskets and fall out, usual football recruiting, and the current pulse of the team in this week’s Humidor.
Since I’ve been breaking down every Big 12 class it only makes sense that I would include the Texas Longhorns, with their 2018 class parsed just as I have for their competitors in the conference.
The 2017 class, Tom Herman’s first at Texas, was an underrated success and for being a lower rated class it seems likely to punch above its weight. The 2018 class is a heavyweight group rated third nationally and first in the Big 12 by 247 and including much of the state’s top rated prospects and 19 Texans overall bolstered by seven out of state signees. Here’s how it should fit together into the Herman vision for the program.