With the Longhorns looking outside the state borders more and more, Eric Nahlin has brief updates on several Longhorn targets from across the nation.
Recruiting is fun again!
By this time we know who Texas missed on and who it signed. The staff did an absolutely tremendous job of keeping its head above water as the SS Class of 2019 took on a little early water. Turns out there wasn’t a hole in the vessel, just some shoddy plumbing.
Eric Nahlin drops notes on a 2020 ATH and a 2021 offensive lineman.
This might be a useful read for recruitniks if you value the evaluation/reality part of the process more than the star assignments, “perceptual wins”, and visit drama.
One day before the All-American Bowl took place in San Antonio, hundreds of high school football prospects from around the country participated in the All-American Bowl combine. Two talented performers had great days, Shadow Creek’s Xavion Alford and Cy-Ridge’s Vernon Broughton. Both spoke about their performance and about the Longhorns.
After several members of Texas’ 2019 class put together a strong showing in the Under Armour All-American Game in Orlando, a few more are looking to do the same thing at the All-American Bowl in San Antonio.
These games are typically anguishing to watch, but I’m looking forward to seeing the commits play.
These calendars go by pretty damn quick. Remember, tonight is amateur hour so be safe if you elect to go out. But also, be the surge.
It’s been a good year for Texas fandom. The 2018 season has served as a useful springboard into 2019. That’s all we could ask for as Tom Herman works towards building a perennial contender.
Positional breakdowns heading into the Sugar Bowl and spring ball. Plus State of Recruiting tackles contingencies for the final 2019 class, plus details on the NCAA Transfer Portal in Fridays in the French Quarter.