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6 hours ago, Beau Vine said:

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3 minutes ago, The Dog said:


Ok which one of y’all is this fess up

There has to be a ton of surly socks or lurkers because I keep seeing various posts from here, including one of mine yesterday, get dropped in the Texags quarantine zone

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On 9/20/2019 at 12:45 PM, LTtxfan said:

 Welcome Troy!! 🤘

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3pt aggy 1st half??  Troy feeling even better about the flip.

Here's your celebration Troy!!

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Troy Omeire grabbed the headlines on Friday as the normally quiet wide receiver pulled a shocker and flipped from Texas A&M to in-state rival Texas.

On multiple occasions, the Rivals100 wideout declared that his recruitment was shut down after pledging to Texas A&M over the summer during an official visit. However, the strong start to the 2019 season for Texas caught Omeire's attention and he put a lot of thought into his decision.

Omeire breaks down the flip with Rivals.

On the decision to flip: "My heart has always been with Texas. I chose Texas A&M because I'm a family-first person and that was where my mom really thought was best for me. It was difficult (to flip), but I had to do what's best for me."

On the reaction from the decision: "I told close friends and family and coaches, and they supported me. I don't really care what the outside world had to say because they're not living my life."

On what he's seen from Texas this season: "Freshman Jake Smith is already scoring and they have two big outside receivers catching jump balls."

On why Texas was the right move: "My goal is to go to college and make plays immediately and contribute to the team as a freshman, and I feel that I can do that at Texas."

On the continued push from the staff: "The Texas coaches didn't really have to do much because the film did most of the talking. They throw the ball up to their big guys and I feel as if I can fit in well."

RIVALS REACTION

Omeire says his recruitment is over with, which echoes the same sentiment after he committed to Texas A&M. Both the Horns and Aggies had jockeyed for position at the top for Omeire for months. In the spring, he was leaning toward A&M and after, Texas had momentum. His decision to pledge to the Aggies in June was a bit earlier than anticipated, but not a shocker at all.

Flipping to Texas came out of left field, but it certainly makes sense. Texas loves big, physical receivers and they are making use of them this season. That grabbed Omeire's attention in a big way. I expect him to visit Austin a few more times before the season is over with and this commitment should stick barring some unforeseen drama. It's a huge in-state victory on the trail for the Texas staff.

 

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36 minutes ago, CashMcCoy said:
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Troy Omeire grabbed the headlines on Friday as the normally quiet wide receiver pulled a shocker and flipped from Texas A&M to in-state rival Texas.

On multiple occasions, the Rivals100 wideout declared that his recruitment was shut down after pledging to Texas A&M over the summer during an official visit. However, the strong start to the 2019 season for Texas caught Omeire's attention and he put a lot of thought into his decision.

Omeire breaks down the flip with Rivals.

On the decision to flip: "My heart has always been with Texas. I chose Texas A&M because I'm a family-first person and that was where my mom really thought was best for me. It was difficult (to flip), but I had to do what's best for me."

On the reaction from the decision: "I told close friends and family and coaches, and they supported me. I don't really care what the outside world had to say because they're not living my life."

On what he's seen from Texas this season: "Freshman Jake Smith is already scoring and they have two big outside receivers catching jump balls."

On why Texas was the right move: "My goal is to go to college and make plays immediately and contribute to the team as a freshman, and I feel that I can do that at Texas."

On the continued push from the staff: "The Texas coaches didn't really have to do much because the film did most of the talking. They throw the ball up to their big guys and I feel as if I can fit in well."

RIVALS REACTION

Omeire says his recruitment is over with, which echoes the same sentiment after he committed to Texas A&M. Both the Horns and Aggies had jockeyed for position at the top for Omeire for months. In the spring, he was leaning toward A&M and after, Texas had momentum. His decision to pledge to the Aggies in June was a bit earlier than anticipated, but not a shocker at all.

Flipping to Texas came out of left field, but it certainly makes sense. Texas loves big, physical receivers and they are making use of them this season. That grabbed Omeire's attention in a big way. I expect him to visit Austin a few more times before the season is over with and this commitment should stick barring some unforeseen drama. It's a huge in-state victory on the trail for the Texas staff.

 

smart kid, and thank you for the goods

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