Texas has a had a handful of uphill recruiting battles this cycle, with one of them being Conroe Oak Ridge’s Joseph Ossai.
One of the best ways to enjoy at hot summer day is to call a few friends over, open up the grill, and hang out by the pool.
Texas football took this notion to heart today as Tom Herman and his staff hosted the Texas Heat Wave pool party on campus in Austin.
From observing 2018 recruiting, in which Tom Herman has targeted Cameron Rising and Tanner McKee, we can tell Herman likes quarterbacks the Golden State has to offer. A third Southern California quarterback made his way to the radar when 2019’s David Baldwin made his way to Austin for camp.
It’s an okay start to the class, I guess.
IT will be at the first Texas mini-camp this afternoon. There are some big names, along with a lot that the UT staff wants further evaluate, namely 2019s.
On Wednesday I made my way to the Fort Bend Ridge Point spring game. As my luck would have it, TE Mustapha Muhammad, LB Chad Bailey, and QB Aaron Allen all sat out. I understand, but I was hoping to gauge Bailey in space and wanted to see Allen throw (RP is still in the […]
I haven’t done percentages in a while, so let’s do that to re-calibrate where the current cycle sits, at least through my eyes.
We all have our hobbies. Some of you fish. Some of you cook, or at least over salt and burn. Some watch movies to the point they know what noir and Das Boot means. Impressive.
I always liked recruiting, at least since I started reading Dave Campbell’s upon moving to Texas. A nerdy recruitnik – not unlike W.W. McClyde and his vicissitudes – I was hobbying like an SOB on Saturday.
It’s a normal thing that, after the two April Evaluation Periods, Texas will have identified some players who they think can help them and a bevy of sophomore/junior offers will get handed out.
This year, obviously, has been no different.
Texas hosted Centennial (CA) QB Tanner McKee today, as we reported two weeks ago. The 6’6 signal-caller will be at the Elite 11 this summer.