First of all, I feel sorry for the young man, in a damn-it-must-suck-to-hear-your-phone-ring-around-the-clock type way. In the short time I was with him he talked to Texas Tech, ignored a call from Baylor, and texted with A&M about official visit details. That doesn’t count the scribes looking for insights.
A 6-foot-7 quarterback. Two 6-foot-5 defensive ends. A class of offensive linemen, the smallest of which is 6-foot-3, 290 pounds. Upon Charlie Strong’s arrival he said he wanted to sign big players who can beat up smaller players. He’s holding true to form.
This week’s Recruiting Notebook goes far east to Connecticut, stops by South Florida, then makes a return trip to DFW and East Texas. Inside Texas goes far and wide for the best of the nation’s top prospects and potential future Longhorns.
This week’s Scoop is packed. We’ve got Texas news from Team Shuttlesworth/Nahlin/America, weekend visitors for the BYU game, commits looking around, and a Ryan Newsome update. Plus, more offseason hoops coverage. All inside the Scoop.
One day before the 2014 season kicks off and we’ve got a full team report, plus the recruiting visitors list on Saturday, a closer look at John Harris, and Men’s Hoops hosting an OOS prospect. All in the Scoop. [A reminder: Inside Scoop information is NOT to be discussed, quoted, etc. in ANY other forum […]
Team notes, recruiting updates, and hoops info. Plus, we talk to a Texas commit, observations from HS football, and background on the Rami Hammad transfer. All inside the Scoop.