This week’s Scoop looks closer at UT’s recruiting momentum and the State of Recruiting for 2018. And despite Spring ball concluding, that doesn’t mean a certain Texas signal-caller isn’t putting in more work. Plus we catch up with the newest local hoops offer and how he’s gone from average to dominating in little under a year.
This week’s Scoop talks Texas QBs for 2018, elite blue-chippers just outside of Houston, coaches on the move, and a potential, yet unlikely graduate transfer.
With over 50 prospects on hand for Saturday’s Orange-White game, the feedback was good as the attendance was surprising.
And that’s one of the reasons for these scrimmages; to have fun, generate excitement in the program, and wrap up Spring ball in a positive manner. Mission accomplished.
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.
Scrimmage notes, position-by-position breakdowns, coaches clinic, weekend visitors, Texas Relays, and more recruiting. Lots of Scoop on Opening Day.
This week’s Scoop comes off of Spring Break with tons of news/notes from the Under Armour Camp on Sunday, latest on some of the top targets, and a potential visitor list for Saturday’s practice could yield profits soon. Plus, a Hoops Scoop you don’t want to miss.
Updates on the Houston area targets for Texas, 2018 quarterback chatter, a UT lean talks UT, a new offer for another Green, and one to watch from the Allen Eagles Football Prospect Processing Plant. All inside the Scoop.
There was so much Scoopage, we had to break it into two parts.
In what is shaping up to be an epic Junior Day roster, Tom Herman’s first event is already gathering steam on a national level with an inordinate amount of out-of-state players joining some of the best prospects the state of Texas has to offer. All in the Inside Scoop.
If these two juniors were running for office, they’d get my vote.
One is a 6-foot-4 electric playmaker at the most important position on the field. The other is a 6-foot-5 freak with Kevin Durant’s wingspan and a 113.07 SPARQ rating at The Opening Regional in Houston two weeks ago. That’s a combination that unites both parties.