In years past Texas has had either one or two junior days, and then a spring game that serves as a hosting event. Under Tom Herman we’re learning he likes to make a weekend of his junior day; effectively two junior days in consecutive days.
Junior Day weekend is one of my favorite of the year and with Texas bringing in a massive group this should be a good kind of chaos. We’ll have you covered both Saturday and Sunday, as well as in Part II, but for now we’ll hit some high points on the program
The most comprehensive look behind the scenes of how Texas signed a Top 3 recruiting class in 2018, and future arena, cost-cutting plans for UT Athletic Director Chris Del Conte in this jam-packed Humidor.
Texas is set for its final OV weekend. We break down who will be on campus, recruitments coming down to the wire, and dive into team news in the Humidor.
Notes on a possible wide receiver transfer, Texas most recent offer to a big athlete, current official visitors, and percentages all in a continued Saturday Humidor.
In this Humidor, the IT staff goes over the final push for the 2018 class including this weekend’s official visitors, finding linebackers to fit in the class, defensive line recruiting, and breaking down the size the class could end up at.
The team is getting ready to report back soon for off-season. Early enrollees have made it campus. Signing day looms. These are all the signs of a new year.
10th assistant breakdown, attrition notes, and detailing top #revolUTion18 and #fUTure19 members and targets from Under Armour in Orlando.
Christmas came early as 19 of 21 commits signed their National Letter of Intent on Wednesday. That’s a whopping amount coming on the heels of 6-6. For the staff I’m sure it’s a relief to have so many recruitments put to bed before the bowl game.
The bowl game is on the 27th of course and although it’s seemed to be on the back-burner because of signing day, the team is working diligently to prepare.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas and by that I mean NSD1.
The Texas staff has put together quite the haul, even if players who are considered foregone conclusions to sign are often overlooked. It’s like when you snooped around the house looking for your presents in advance of them being wrapped. It’s not quite as fun when you know what you’re going to get, but sometimes it’s nice to remove anxiety out of the equation. Heaven forbid you don’t get that Tonka truck defensive tackle.