Sights and sounds from this weekend’s scrimmage, depth chart movement as Spring winds down, UT’s Big Board – Offense – for the 2018 Class, and notes from weekend visitors. Plus, some hoops recruiting nuggets from the hardwood. As usual, the Scoop delivers on a Monday.
In 2014, a rangy young DE named Charles Omenihu – standing 6-foot-5 and weighing just under 220 pounds – impressed at the NFTC camp competing against other 2015 recruits.
The headliner at this year’s Texas Coaches Clinic couldn’t have been any bigger. With his track record for success, not only on the field, but in his evaluations and staff hires, Patriots’ coach Bill Belichick was as advertised. I spoke to a handful in attendance last night and the response was as expected; enamored and pretty surreal. I’ll also add some practice notes from former players and the differences in Herman’s way and Mack’s/Charlie’s way, and scrimmage tidbits from this afternoon.
AUSTIN — He knew where he wanted to go and didn’t want to waste anytime.
FW Eastern Hills LB Byron Hobbs committed to Texas tonight. The 6-foot-2, 215-pound 4-star held offers from Texas A&M, OU, LSU, and TCU among others.
A Thursday night happy hour flows gently into Fridays in the Humidor. Today we tip our glass to Jesus Shuttlesworth who stumbled sideways through the door last night, and also the Cigars who have given us so much information over the years.
This Humidor delivers it all – Cigars, practice notes, and recruiting momentum.
So a tight end from New York, running back from Cali, and kicker from ETX walk into a bar…. That’s the randomness of the recruiting updates for your Hump Day.
Public Decision Announcements, or PDA, are similar to the other PDA, only much more enjoyable to witness if the player commits to your school.
Scrimmage notes, position-by-position breakdowns, coaches clinic, weekend visitors, Texas Relays, and more recruiting. Lots of Scoop on Opening Day.
The former Syracuse TE, Kendall Moore announces on Instagram he’s coming to Texas.
The 90th annual Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays are underway in the state’s capitol city today.
So far, some of the best collegiate and unattached athletes in the region are competing at Mike A. Meyers Stadium in pristine conditions.