Updates on the Houston area targets for Texas, 2018 quarterback chatter, a UT lean talks UT, a new offer for another Green, and one to watch from the Allen Eagles Football Prospect Processing Plant. All inside the Scoop.
It’s Friday. You probably do have a job. You probably do have something to do. But read this anyways. We’ve got team info, and updates on Texas’ newest QB target Inside the Humidor.
This week’s Recruiting Notebook hangs out in Houston for three top Texas targets, then swings over to ETX for the state’s top RB. Fits, schemes, and college coaches takes in this edition of the Notebook.
Our Eric Nahlin and Justin Wells are doing an early lunch time Recruiting Q&A. We’re talking Class of 2018, 2019, and potential visitors coming through Austin soon. Get some.
We’ll use my rough draft Top 21 (for some reason Fuddy went with 21 — probably his attempt to blue ribbon more players into the Top 10 or 15) as a gauge to see where the state’s best are leaning at this point.
Of note, this is more based on my gut feeling and some rumblings than what players themselves are actually saying publicly.
Good news for the pure football fans, though, Spring practice begins this week, and then really kicks off the week following Spring break. We’ll write a full Spring preview next week after we have the data points of a couple of shirts and shorts practices stemming from this Tuesday and Thursday.
We also recap a busy Opening Regional in Dallas was Texas targets talking UT, and ones to watch over the spring and summer. We finish with a Hoops Top 5 things to know heading into the basketball offseason. This Inside Scoop delivers.
This year’s IT Recruiting Magazine issue goes in-depth on UT’s Class of 2017, the IT Top 100, Big 12 recruiting rankings, and notes on the 2018s from Junior Day.
So much recruiting packed into one place. Great job by the IT staff, and special thanks to Will Gallagher for yet another masterpiece put together.
Recently I went to visit with the good folks at Waco Midway, and one thing was abundantly clear, that school has resources.
Tom Herman’s first Junior Day was probably the most successful recruiting moment yet for the new regime. In addition to successfully drawing in the “who’s who” of 2018 Texas recruiting, they also made great impressions with many of the state’s elite prospects.
2018 Frisco Wakeland OL Rafiti Ghirmai and 2019 Atasocita OL and LSU commit Kenyon Green both came to Texas with high expectations for the weekend. By speaking with both, the coaches recruited them honestly, a very important factor for both athletes.