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
We begin our journey in west Texas for a gunslinger quarterback, then head to the metroplex for another signal-caller with NFL ties. Next, we head out west to Arizona for a four-star offensive lineman, and finish in Cali with a multi-talented defensive back. We're racking up miles in this week's Recruiting Notebook.
At first sight, it's hard to believe the 6-foot-5 prospect from Kansas is a safety. After you learn he's a sophomore and watch him compete, you realize you've stumbled upon big-time potential. My first thought was UT's DeMarvion Overshown. There are similarities in each's size, speed, and demeanor.
The in-state strength of the class is exactly where you need it to be to win at a championship level — on the defensive line. Texas will have to nail that group. Linebacker numbers should be easy to meet. The defensive back-field is equipped with some good players but the talent is only decent by instate standards.
By: Justin Wells and Eric Nahlin. A quick look at the team during offseason workouts, 2021 defensive backs including an out-of-state worth your time, notes/quotes from Pylon 7-on-7 in Fort Worth, and a big OOS OL with burnt oranges dreams. Get some Inside Scoop for your Monday.