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Entering his fourth year as the head coach at Texas, Tom Herman knows 2020 marks an important juncture for his program. The entire roster is comprised of players Herman recruited save for Chris Brown, Denzel Okafor, and Tope Imade. It has senior quarterback Sam Ehlinger in addition to several highly rated players from Herman’s 2018 and 2019 recruiting classes set to play key roles in 2020.
Last week we discussed the five must-get recruits for the 2021 class, at least in my view, but even landing those five ballers wouldn’t stamp the class as complete. Landing a number of those five, plus addressing the needs listed below, would stamp the class especially in this singularly ridiculous cycle.
Michigan had lofty expectations for its 2019 offense. Shea Patterson, despite his faults, was a senior quarterback that Jim Harbaugh himself had chosen. Harbaugh brought in Josh Gattis to coordinate the offense to help the Wolverines escape the shadow of the elite Ohio State Buckeye program.