Texas wrapped up a fantastic 2018 class. Now, on to 2019. We’ve got notes on the some of the top prospects that should make it to Austin soon for Junior Day. We also talk to a handful of targets from the 2019 class and more. It’s the all-recruiting version of the Inside Scoop.
Three more days and UT puts a bow on a spectacular 2018 class. Final percentages on the remaining unsigned targets, notes/quotes from visitors this weekend including two elites, and the Way Too Early look at how Texas looks with the 2019 targets and prospects. Post-Super Bowl Scoop for those that skipped work today.
Early enrollees, notes/quotes from OV weekend, coaches on the road, and recruiting tidbits including a new visitor this weekend. Read the Scoop.
Coming off a fairly solid recruiting weekend for the Longhorns, Tom Herman and his staff made a few moves, hosted a handful of targets, extended a handful of offers, and continue to build on the Class of 2018, while looking ahead to 2019. The Scoop gets you caught up.
More behind the scenes on the potential 10th assistant, two big-time 2019 prospects, an OL grad transfer, and one 2018 QB still talking Texas in the Scoop.
We open the new year with Under Armour notes and quotes, Texas targets finishing up the 2018 class, and new offers for 2019s. The best way to start your New Tear’s Day is in the Scoop from our Eric Nahlin and Justin Wells.
If the bowl game was a glimpse into next year — and with almost everyone who played significant snaps returning it can be construed as such — the win over Missouri could be telling, and I’m only partially referring to the outcome.
Details behind Herman and UT Football before and after the Texas Bowl win in the Humidor.
The Christmas Eve Edition of the Inside Scoop talks to the top RB in Texas, one of UT’s top LB targets, who’s the slot take for 2018’s class, and final thoughts from another Texas High School Football State Championship week. Santa put the Scoop under the tree early. Enjoy.
Texas is going to sign a talented group of players on Wednesday but a full class it doesn’t make. For this class to truly be a success (on paper) it will have to continue rounding out rough edges by adding on the lines, at linebacker, and by landing a supplementary explosive athlete or two. In my years of doing percentages this certainly won’t rival some of the most optimistic efforts. Perhaps some chickens are about to come home to roost due to tardy overtures from the staff? We’ll see. Plus quotes after the OV weekend in Austin. All in the Scoop.
Between now and NSD1, then between NSD1 and NSD2 on Feb. 7th, there’s a lot of room for kids looking around, official visits, minds being changed, and all that other “fun” stuff that could happen.
I decided to unload the notebook with quotes/insight on the latest from the juniors and seniors on UT’s radar. Here goes.