Attending the Opening. Seeing a ton of talent. Let’s discuss the ones that relate Texas and the Class of 2019. The Inside Scoop from the Star in Frisco.
A pretty quiet week on the 40 Acres this week as the dead period has arrived. We caught up with a few Texas targets from 2019-2020 for the latest on the recruiting front. Hump Day news.
As we enter the dead period (June 25th-July 24th), things are relatively quiet on the 40 Acres. In the land of Inside Texas, we’re embarking on a full week. My main man Eazy is about to enter fatherhood, Ian’s cooking up the goods in his Gameplan, and Joe and I will be in Frisco on Friday for the Opening.
We decided to drop a few recruiting nuggets and hold a Monday Q&A. Get a dose.
Off-season workouts and 7 on 7 continue and recruiting hits its final weekend before the dead period begins (6/25-7/24).
As the summer heats up, so it Texas Football recruiting for 2019 and 2020. After last weekend’s Heat Wave, the Horns generated positive vibes with its pool party and put themselves in a great position with a number of its top targets. Latest on a hot and humid weekend and where the Horns stand with some of the nation’s top prospects in the Scoop.
After hosting the nation’s top running back, Texas is set to bring some of the top prospects in the 2019 and 2020 classes on campus this weekend. We talk to a handful bound for the 40 Acres plus insight on more recruiting targets in the Scoop.
Trend lines are fun, if sometimes useless to discuss. They can change rather quickly, especially in an ever-changing climate. Recruitments turning on a dime, curiously, will always be something to contend with, but those are still in the minority.
Catching up with Texas targets from both in and out of state.
Talking to elites from 2019, 2020 classes, new offers, another one to watch in Converse Judson, and our favorite pastime; recruiting percentages. It’s Monday so let’s Scoop.
In the mid-19th century, “Go West, Young Man” was advice popularized by Horace Greeley that urged enterprising youth to seek their fortunes by taking a left and building a country along the way.
In 2018, “Go West, For Young Athletes” is my advice for an ambitious Texas staff rebuilding a proud program.