On Tuesday I wrote about the in-state guys I covet the most. As I become more familiar with the players as well as UT’s needs that list will evolve. So too will the list of prospects below from Western states.
This week’s Recruiting Notebook looks at a pair of JUCO prospects, and revisits a pair Texas’ pledges from the Class of 2019 as the Horns get closer to wrapping up its latest cycle.
In the 5th episode of The Eyes of Texas are Upodcast, Eric Nahlin and Justin Wells discuss post-OSU, pre-WVU, weekend recruiting visitors, and the must-gets for 2020.
The 2020 recruiting class has better elite talent at the top and is much deeper across the lines. If Texas can take care of business on the field over the next two months and also close out the 2019 class strong, the staff will have momentum on its side to make significant strides towards a top-five class that’s more centered on in-state prospects.
It’s the 24-hour rule after wins and losses here at Inside Texas as well as the Longhorns football team. No need to lament about Oklahoma State with Co-Big 12 leader West Virginia coming to Austin. Let’s catch up on the team news, and dive deep into recruiting from 2019’s class to 2020-2021. Some Monday Scoop.
HELOTES, Tx — It’s no secret the State of Texas is loaded with offensive line prospects in 2020. Logan Parr is one reason.
The 6-foot-3.5, 278-pound OL from San Antonio O’Connor committed to Texas tonight. He chose the Longhorns…
No. 6 Texas will be looking for its seventh consecutive win this season with a winning performance in Stillwater on Saturday night. The Inside Texas staff delivers the Texas-Oklahoma State previews, the inside team info/injury reports, and the latest movement in the #fUTure19 class. It’s at T. Boone Pickens at 7pm (CT) on ABC and the Primer gets you ready.
AUSTIN — After grabbing talent from St. Louis, MO in the 2018 cycle, Tom Herman decided he needed to continue that connection in 2019.
Trinity Catholic four-star WR Marcus Washington committed to Texas today. With Texas on other targets from TCHS, there’s a possibility Washington won’t be the only prospect from the school to become a Longhorn down the road.
Recruiting is heating up, the season is going well with a trip to Stillwater looming, but we’ll begin by catching up with the Monopoly Man.
In an effort to keep the 2019 story arc going I’ve been wanting to update this post for a while but I needed more time for the cycle to take shape. In recent weeks early season success at Texas, as well as the NSD1 countdown continuing along its inexorable path, have had a crystallizing effect on the staff’s intentions. Questions still loom of course, but we can at least venture educated guesses at most of them. The old post is in the normal font color, new is in red.