We spoke with more of the Texas targets at UA in Arlington Martin on Sunday. A 2020 rush end with a future at LB, and a handful of 2021s with UT on their mind.
247 is releasing their new national rankings today. With it amounting to an instate top 25 or so I wanted to get mine out as well. I plan on extending this to 100 by mid-March and then to write something up on the 2021 class by the end of March. That should be fun.
Catching up with a newly offered receiver, a priority for the 2021 offensive line, some Missouri talent, and finishing with an elite 2021 quarterback set to make a return visit.
The Clovis, CA., five-star running back made his way to Oklahoma and Texas for successive visits these past few days. He arrived in Austin on Friday and was supposed to leave on Saturday but stayed an extra day. Dates that go that well usually end in a pretty serious relationship but not always marriage.
The class of 2021 is on Texas’ radar and the Longhorns hosted several top juniors-to-be at the recent junior day including Preston Stone, Corey Flagg, Jr., and Luis Chavarria
In this post we’ll discuss two wide receivers (Latrelle Neville, Cody Jackson) and two defensive linemen (Ja’Tavion Sanders, Tunmise Adeleye). Each player profiles as a top-15 prospect in an average cycle and each already holds an offer.
Joe Cook catches up with three 2020s high on Texas’ list of priority targets.
Now that we have an idea of what kind of numbers the staff is working with for the Class of 2020, let’s take another look at the current names pinging the radar the hardest.
With the 2019 cycle comfortably in the rear-view, let’s re-familiarize ourselves with the numbers (Part I), names (Part II), and approach (Part III) for the 2020 cycle.
In Part I, we learned that 0/12 of the best linebackers in the Big 12 last year were blue chip high school recruits.
That’s the output part of the equation.