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Recruiting Matters: Texas’ 2022 best class scenario

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The Texas staff is midway through the craziest recruiting month in my two decades in the industry. When Steve Sarkisian said Texas would be #AllGasNoBrakes at his introductory press conference, I’m not sure he knew how fitting it would end up being for the first month of in-person recruiting by the staff.

Even with the addition of Xavier Worthy, the program needs more speed and playmaking at wide receiver, as well as needing more big bodies with long arms on both sides of the line of scrimmage.

With 11 commitments on the board headed into the all-important June 18 official visit weekend that will include at least 11 combined four and five-star prospects, the class is on track to have a shot as one of the top 10 in the country with the possibility remaining of a top 5 finish if the staff shoots the moon at wide receiver and defensive back.

Today, it’s time to look at the best class scenario without a hard class number taken into account as the staff will not sign all 29 prospects listed. But signing 25 from this list with the juggling the staff has to do would make for a very good first full class.

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