The biggest remaining recruitment in the 2020 cycle for Texas Longhorn coaches was the one closest to campus. Bastrop Cedar Creek defensive linemen Alfred Collins took his process to the second National Signing Day and announced his decision in front of a packed school gym.
It’s really easy to simply look at the calculators on 247 and get a numeric representation of which recruiting classes are winners and which are losers. Texas fans know a little better after a decade of finishing first in the Big 12 every February and maybe fourth in December.
A disappointing season complete with a major staff overhaul is going to have negative effects on recruiting. The staff did a fine job all things considered but the 2021 class becomes much more important with plenty of needs left to fill. Here's how I have it graded.
Longhorn Network received exclusive access to Tom Herman during the early signing period, and their cameras caught the Longhorn head coach on live television giving two middle fingers to a camera situated in the corner of a conference room with several other coaches and staff members. He provided an explanation during his signing day press conference when he announced the addition of 16 signees to the program.