The Humidor lays out how Texas players will arrive on campus, details their ensuing acclimation period for strength and conditioning, runs down a "written in very light pencil" depth chart, then updates the recruitment of top 2022 quarterback Quinn Ewers
The Longhorn defensive line arguably stands to benefit the most from the addition of Chris Ash to the Texas staff. After three years mostly utilizing a three-man, odd front with directives to allow for other defenders to make plays, the Longhorn defense will switch to a four-man front in order to let the D-linemen make plays themselves.
On Monday, 104.9 The Horn interviewed the last four men to hold the title of athletic director at Texas. In their over 35 years of combined experience, DeLoss Dodds, Steve Patterson, and Mike Perrin never faced anything like current athletic director Chris Del Conte faces in 2020.
As the cycle wears on, it’s looking more and more likely these five-star headlines are going to be replaced with three-stars like “That one kid committed to that one school flips to Texas” and “Texas holds off SMU, lands Bryxton Braxton IV.“ The IV is made up because Mom professes to hate trendy names. When asked why Dad’s name is Dan she spills wine on you to change the subject.
The Texas coaching staff remains active on the recruiting trail. The IT Staff lays out the late spring recruiting landscape as priorities get further into their recruiting process, more contingency options arise, and potential transfer additions become apparent in the Portal.