The Junior Day was to create momentum and it did. The spring game should compound that momentum, and as you’ve seen in the other thread, Texas has a very nice list of RSVP’s for Saturday’s event. We could see a commit or two go down this weekend, but that’s not for certain.
Tom Herman had his final media availability until the Orange and White Spring Game this Saturday and spoke about depth at RB, QB, and checking hydration levels.
I watched an interview with special teams coordinator/safety coach Craig Naivar on Texassports.com and he had some comments worth noting about how the staff view Longhorn special teams:
One of the more visible high school coaches in the Houston area is Heights’ head coach, Stephen Dixon. I’ve bumped into Coach Dixon at numerous camps and college practices over the years. He’s easy to spot with his stout build, and ever-present smile.
The running list of prospects and signees attending the Orange and White Spring Game compiled and updated by the IT Staff. Updates every hour as more of the state’s elite get their reservation. Check it out!
The NCAA hasn’t revealed the news just yet, but I will soon be named as the organization’s new Commissioner Of All Things (COAT).
As such, I need to go ahead and lay out a few of my first items of business, once the NCAA makes the news official.
Sights and sounds from this weekend’s scrimmage, depth chart movement as Spring winds down, UT’s Big Board – Offense – for the 2018 Class, and notes from weekend visitors. Plus, some hoops recruiting nuggets from the hardwood. As usual, the Scoop delivers on a Monday.
It’s the final day at the Masters and Texas Ex Jordan Spieth sits two back of leaders Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose. Spieth tees off at 1:35 with Rickie Fowler, who is at -5.
but this staff is rapidly taking me back to that wild side of life. I appreciate the overall coverage we see from our crack set of writers but most of all it’s the little inferences we catch from them that bring that bacon home for me. It’s such a pleasure to read how well this staff regards the teaching aspect from the various sources. Onlookers and recruits alike preach the same sentiment—we are all in this together after watching this staff work the roster on the field.
In 2014, a rangy young DE named Charles Omenihu – standing 6-foot-5 and weighing just under 220 pounds – impressed at the NFTC camp competing against other 2015 recruits.