AUSTIN -- After the early signing period ended in mid-December, Texas had one of the top-ranked classes in the country on any of the recruiting services. However, the class was not close to its max capacity and still had glaring needs across the defensive line, including a commit that chose not to sign when he had the chance to.
If you follow recruiting year-round this post isn't necessarily for you, though maybe it'll make for a good refresher. If you forgo the drama and only have interest in recruiting to understand what players your program is definitely getting, then this offering should be insightful.
Your high school son - let's call him Luke - is 6-3, 215 pounds and can throw a football with the violence of John Elway and the touch of Tom Brady. He's good-looking like his momma, who he loves dearly, of course. He's smart, too, a teammate more coveted than ice cream in July.
Via UT Release: The University of Texas baseball program and head coach David Pierce announced today the signing of 10 student-athletes to National Letters of Intent for the 2018 season. Pierce, along with assistant coaches Sean Allen and Philip Miller, bolstered their future roster by adding four junior college players and six high school signees.