With offers going out to this class I’m making sure to pour over as much film as possible to fully acquaint myself. This is normally the time of year we do this anyway. Rather than sit on my thoughts, I figured I’d share them on two positions where talent is in abundance: Defensive line and defensive back
The most accurate narrative surrounding Texas football, that it's a perennial underachiever, can't be overcome until the team returns to the field this fall. The second most accurate negative narrative, Texas doesn't put enough players in the NFL, lags winning and can't be overcome until next Spring at the earliest.
Uncertainty plagues America and brings her to a screeching halt. The precariousness of our shared situation doesn't look like it will change in the immediate. The effects are felt everywhere, even at the school and within the programs you love and that we cover.
For going on two years now we’ve known Texas had to strike oil on the offensive and defensive lines in the 2021 recruiting class. The materials are championship caliber across the board. There are plenty of edge rushers, offensive tackles, interior O-linemen, and grow 'em D-tackles. A good challenge, and one that Texas fans hope truly materializes, will be to make the pieces fit within class numbers.