It’s Friday, you have a lot of reading ahead of you, let’s get it.
The Stars at Night are big and bright, deep in the heart of Texas. So are the prospects headed to Austin today for UT’s final HS camp before fall camp begins on July 31st. We’ve got the roster with notes and tidbits in each invitee. It’s hot outside so come inside the Humidor where its loaded with info and goodies.
Justin is at Starbucks in Tyler, and I at a McDonald’s in Abilene. From East to the gateway of West Texas we have you covered.
Team information is very quiet this week, but will pick up in the coming weeks, especially once camp hits. You can expect a couple of team updates a week, maybe more, during August camp. Next week the team will return to the normal routine of strength and agility work in the morning. Plus, latest on top targets Anthony Cook and Luke Ford in the Humidor.
Birthday week on Inside Texas is coming to a merciful end with the Humidor. We’ll talk a little bit of team then finish up with some mild recruiting notes. Not a whole lot going on this week, but next week we’ll have updates galore from The Opening.
We’ll touch on UT’s big visit weekend, with one out-of-state stud already in town. We’ll touch on team, but it’s still a bit early in the Summer I session to glean much.
Today we’ll focus on the weekend but also expect a lot of information unloaded in the Scoop on Monday. Recruiting fun times are hear again, as illustrated by the finish to this offering.
Happy Friday, cohorts.
The team is going about its business, Tom Herman is going about his business and it’s awesome, and recruiting is damn near on autopilot thanks to very little turbulence.
In this edition of the Humidor, we dive into a little bit of state politics and what’s going on at the top of the UT System. We travel through East Texas to learn how Texas picked up two of the best commits the region has to offer in 2018 before finishing up with the lay of the current recruiting land. Happy Friday.
Team returning, new players arriving, grad transfer news, recruiting info, and Shaka’s 2017 class may not be finished. Enjoy our Memorial Day Humidor.
In this edition of the Humidor, we go over the two departures from the program that were announced yesterday, as well as what that means for the defensive line going forward. We also catch up with some more quick hitters during the transition from spring practice to summer workouts. Happy Friday, happy reading.