Michael Dickson, a product of the renowned ProKick Australia program, visited Texas on June 18, 2015 and received a scholarship offer to join the heralded 2015 class on that visit. Six days later, he committed to former Longhorn head coach Charlie Strong. Twenty-six days after Michael committed, Navasota wide receiver Tren’Davian Dickson committed to Texas as well.
Recruiting fans, and not just Texas fans, might want to buckle up, and I don’t simply mean a seat belt. Maybe affix a helmet and HANS device as well. The road ahead is going to have many twists and turns and the traffic will be of the ‘rubbin’ is racin” variety. There may even be a spike strip of a bad beat along the way but Texas is still in contention for a podium finish and champagne bath.
Schedules and locations for Texas commits and targets in the next round of the playoffs.
If there’s one thing about Texas’ play on offense in 2017 that met preseason expectations it was the prevalence of a season-long quarterback debate over whether Shane Buechele or Sam Ehlinger represented the brightest future for Texas football. There wasn’t much that was even bright about Texas’ play on offense in 2017 but major improvements in 2018 are going to need to come with one of these two young men at the helm.
We hit the JUCO ranks for offensive linemen, touch base with a small school stud with big upside, and look closer at a H-town interior defender waiting on the Longhorns. The Recruiting Notebook tells all.
Scoop #2 on a dreary Tuesday.
With bowl preparation, as well as trying to get as many players closed during the first signing window, we’re seeing a very busy staff being stretched between travel and practice.
Texas junior DB Holton Hill has decided to forgo his senior season and enter the 2018 NFL Draft.
Lots of recruiting. Coaches on the road again, official visit weekend coming up, and the latest on top targets. BJ Foster, Vernon Jackson, Tanner McKee, Class of 2018, Junior Angilau, and Rondale Moore. The Scoop.
Texas is heading to the Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl, the bowl announced today. The Longhorns will take on former Big 12 member Missouri at NRG Stadium in Houston on December 27.
Since you’re taking a few days off after the Texas Tech game, I figured you might need a little reading material to pass the time. Since we both want Texas football to win again, and since I’ve been watching football since about 7-8 years before you were born and therefore I am a Football Expert, I figured I’d write a little note of encouragement, sprinkled with advice as you start looking toward 2018.