2018 Cibolo Steele safety and newest Texas commit Caden Sterns joins Joe Cook and HornSports’ Will Baizer on the 4th and 5 podcast to discuss how everything went down this past weekend, how the Longhorn coaches plan to utilize him in Todd Orlando’s defense, and tell us a little more about himself.
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.
In this world, these are the things that can be said to be certain. Feel free to worry about the first one, Turbo Tax the second, and I’ll cover the third.
This week’s Scoop is full of quotes, notes, Texas trending, and a revolution. Find a comfy chair, sit back, and digest recruiting goodness at its finest. It’s Monday, y’all.
In a strong 2018 defensive back class, Texas went down the road about an hour to grab one of the state’s best, Cibolo Steele safety Caden Sterns. In addition, he keeps a prospect out of Ed Orgeron and LSU’s hands.
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.
It was Sunday morning, fall of 1983, and I stood watching Fred Akers pour himself a cup of coffee.
“Want a cup?” the Texas coach asked.
“No thanks, coach, I’m good.”
The IT Staff breaks down everything offseason and answers your questions in a Friday Humidor Q&A. Get some on this beautiful Friday.
There is no controversy. What Texas has is a depth chart – sort of – and quarterback competition not unlike competition at most other positions. That’s a good thing fans should be celebrating.
AUSTIN — While the Longhorns had an eventful April in recruiting, the momentum has carried over into May.
Texas lands 4-star kicker Cameron Dicker today from Lake Travis. He’ll join teammate Cade Brewer when the C/O 2018 enrolls next June. For Dicker, it was an easy choice.