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I have only had chicken fried ribeye once in my life and it was in downtown OKC of all places. It had jalapeño in the gravy and was probably in the top ten best things I have eaten.

Anything chicken fried that lacks jalapeno in the gravy is akin to drinking single malt without adorning it with a single drop of water.

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I work closely with a certain previously committed 5 star QB's father (hint: its Quinn Ewers, for those who haven't been following recruiting closely like I have) and chatted with him a bit this after

I find all of the angst about Murphy to be laughable. After Ewers, he's the guy I've been cheering for Texas to land for 3 weeks. Texas has a healthy QB room right now and that isn't going to change.

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9 minutes ago, Machinator said:

“It’s definitely different now,” one former player said of the change from Tom Herman’s group to that of Steve Sarkisian. “Before they’d have some guys like (Bryan) Carrington calling individuals, but it was never as coordinated as this. I mean, it’s full-on every, single second.”

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With the spring game this weekend, it’s no surprise to anyone that it’ll be a big weekend for many commits to get a glimpse of the Steve Sarkisian era in action for the first time.

We have been able to confirm that a few Texas commits in the 2022 class will be in attendance this weekend.

*** Arlington Martin LB Trevell Johnson will be making the trip south with high school teammate and Texas signee Morice Blackwell. The two are set to reunite as teammates once again following the end of this cycle.

Another Martin Warrior that is on the radar is 2023 CB Javien Toviano. He, however, is headed to College Station.

*** As K noted earlier in the week, Junipero Serra QB Maalik Murphy is set to make the trip to Austin once again. Murphy last visited in February for a throwing session and unofficial visit.

*** And Aledo DB Bryan Allen Jr. is currently scheduled to be in Austin as well. Allen has been very vocal on Twitter since going public with his Texas commitment on February 28.

 

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3 minutes ago, bEastTexas said:

Remember when people were crying and bitching after Sark’s first week on the job that he wasn’t putting together an adequate recruiting support staff fast enough...

Dunk on that thinking all you want. But, the same people that are going to dunk on this are the ones who, for 10 years, assumed "the staff has it under control" while the cfb world passed by. Maybe it's fair not to assume. Especially when you have an understanding of how elite programs evaluate and recruit and you look around and think, this ain't it. Dunk away, but it was a fair criticism in context. 

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38 minutes ago, Machinator said:

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I’ve spoken to three former players and onlookers from Saturday’s scrimmage. While each of their views of the scrimmage understandably varied, one aspect of the event did not.

They all remarked that Texas’ recruiting support staff is extremely busy during the practices.

How busy?

I am told they are calling recruits on the phone non-stop. Whether it’s use of FaceTime or introducing them to certain coaches or personnel, it’s a non-stop barrage of recruiting.

And it’s not just one or two of these support staffers, but multiple personnel, like 5 or more by one person’s count.

“It’s definitely different now,” one former player said of the change from Tom Herman’s group to that of Steve Sarkisian. “Before they’d have some guys like (Bryan) Carrington calling individuals, but it was never as coordinated as this. I mean, it’s full-on every, single second.”

Another individual recounted a specific instance from a season ago that shines another light on a difference in approach.

Last year, former defensive coordinator Chris Ash did not like Texas’ recruiting personnel filming and talking on the phone with recruits during pre-game (remember, last year many recruits could not attend games). Ash felt it was an unnecessary distraction and told staffers to stop it and that “we don’t do that around here.”

I am told that Sarkisian’s approach to this aspect of recruiting is straight out of Nick Saban’s playbook. It’s a system replete with thoroughness and carries with it the authority of the head coach. What’s more, it does not rely on any single individual to shoulder the burden of being a primary recruiter of too many players (as was the case with Carrington under Herman).

“I don’t know what all those people do, but they were either talking to a recruit, or dialing one on their phones,” the former player said of the staffers at practice. “It was like a controlled sideshow of the main event (the scrimmage itself).”

 

Omg we are actually emphasizing recruiting again. What a concept. That blurb about Chris Ash, who I actually thought did a pretty good job, shows the meat head mentality of the previous regime. "We don't do that around here." Well maybe if you did you wouldn't have coach up so many guys who weren't good enough to play at Bama. 

I've said it before but the last two guys made this job a lot more difficult than it ever needed to be. Hire great coordinators and assistant coaches, and recruit like a motherfucker. 

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6 minutes ago, Mitch Cumsteen said:

Omg we are actually emphasizing recruiting again. What a concept. That blurb about Chris Ash, who I actually thought did a pretty good job, shows the meat head mentality of the previous regime. "We don't do that around here." Well maybe if you did you wouldn't have coach up so many guys who weren't good enough to play at Bama. 

I've said it before but the last two guys made this job a lot more difficult than it ever needed to be. Hire great coordinators and assistant coaches, and recruit like a motherfucker. 

this is the kind of thing you can say when you are Bama or Clemson or tOSU.

i think Strong could have been ok but was set up to fail from the start with Steve fucking Patterson hiring the guy and then not setting up the support structure around him.

"making the job a lot more difficult than it ever needed to be is Tom Herman's middle name.

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3 minutes ago, NoName said:

this is the kind of thing you can say when you are Bama or Clemson or tOSU.

i think Strong could have been ok but was set up to fail from the start with Steve fucking Patterson hiring the guy and then not setting up the support structure around him.

"making the job a lot more difficult than it ever needed to be is Tom Herman's middle name.

I'd bet $100 that Saban and Dabo have a fleet of recruiting apparatchiks running around their sidelines just like we do now. That reeks of late-Urban tOSU.

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3 minutes ago, NoName said:

i think Strong could have been ok but was set up to fail from the start with Steve fucking Patterson hiring the guy and then not setting up the support structure around him.

Bullshit. There is nothing in Strong's history at UT that would suggest if he had some additional help that he would have been successful. He didn't even know what to ask for.

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4 minutes ago, Bevo said:

Bullshit. There is nothing in Strong's history at UT that would suggest if he had some additional help that he would have been successful. He didn't even know what to ask for.

there is no reason both of those things can't be accurate.

he didn't maximize his opportunities, sure. but he didn't get stuff he asked for that were smaller requests anyway.

the issues started with Patterson and flowed downhill from there.

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1 minute ago, NoName said:

there is no reason both of those things can't be accurate.

he didn't maximize his opportunities, sure. but he didn't get stuff he asked for that were smaller requests anyway.

the issues started with Patterson and flowed downhill from there.

Strong seemed to be set up for success at USF. How did that go? 

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12 minutes ago, NoName said:

this is the kind of thing you can say when you are Bama or Clemson or tOSU.

i think Strong could have been ok but was set up to fail from the start with Steve fucking Patterson hiring the guy and then not setting up the support structure around him.

"making the job a lot more difficult than it ever needed to be is Tom Herman's middle name.

You’re a good poster, but the Strong part is just wrong. That guy was a fucking dumbass and in over his head from day one. He failed on every front and more help wasn’t going to solve it. Like any bad management hire, simply surrounding him with more resources and people would have only created a costlier mistake. 

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33 minutes ago, Ricky's one-hitter said:

Dunk on that thinking all you want. But, the same people that are going to dunk on this are the ones who, for 10 years, assumed "the staff has it under control" while the cfb world passed by. Maybe it's fair not to assume. Especially when you have an understanding of how elite programs evaluate and recruit and you look around and think, this ain't it. Dunk away, but it was a fair criticism in context. 

Honestly it was just how quickly people rushed to judgement on it, he was less than 2 weeks into the job 1 of which he spent preparing for a national title game. 

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22 minutes ago, NoName said:

this is the kind of thing you can say when you are Bama or Clemson or tOSU.

i think Strong could have been ok but was set up to fail from the start with Steve fucking Patterson hiring the guy and then not setting up the support structure around him.

"making the job a lot more difficult than it ever needed to be is Tom Herman's middle name.

You just really don't want to let the Higdon sock speculation die, do you?

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14 hours ago, Elmer_Fudd said:

247 is updating its rankings Wednesday.  I'm guessing we'll see Murphy drop some more.  Do Ross and Johnson move up?  Johnson at an 87 is a joke.

Are they updating 2023 also?  Will be interesting to see where 247 puts Arch Manning.

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6 minutes ago, Burt Macklin said:

Are they updating 2023 also?  Will be interesting to see where 247 puts Arch Manning.

Based on how they've done it in the past, they'll probably do it next week 

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13 minutes ago, closetojumping said:

You’re a good poster, but the Strong part is just wrong. That guy was a fucking dumbass and in over his head from day one. He failed on every front and more help wasn’t going to solve it. Like any bad management hire, simply surrounding him with more resources and people would have only created a costlier mistake. 

Exactly.   And the “he didn’t get enough help narrative” is bullshit regardless.  Our administration was downright desperate for him to succeed for a variety of reasons, culminating with the infamous Driveway Summit where our school president made a house call to beg Tulsa’s pissant offensive coordinator to join the staff.   

Anyone who attended a booster event when Charlie was first hired and toured around the state could see this wasn’t going to work.   That guy was an idiot.

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— I spoke with Lake Charles (LA.) College Prep running back TreVonte' Citizen today and he's set to see Texas June 4th for an official visit. The four-star back has the Longhorns in his top group of schools and has been in steady contact with the coaching staff. LSU is the current leader on the 247Sports Crystal Ball and it's always tough to pull a Louisiana kid away from the Tigers. That said, Texas has been putting in a lot of work on this recruitment and there's always a chance once a guy is there for a visit.

— I've been able to gather some intel from coaches when it comes to how things are going with the new Texas staff. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, Steve Sarkisian has been calling a few coaches each day to reach out and bridge the gap. Director of High School Relations Chris Gilbert has been pivotal in helping Sark connect with those coaches, but Sarkisian's laid-back approach has been praised. One coach I spoke with said he was really easy to talk to and did way more listening than talking on the call. Sarkisian expressed an open door and the willingness to take feedback and build genuine relationships with the coaches. The responses have been positive and one prominent high school coach said he was fired up, "for the first time in years" to see what was happening at Texas.

 

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1 hour ago, Machinator said:

Another individual recounted a specific instance from a season ago that shines another light on a difference in approach.

Last year, former defensive coordinator Chris Ash did not like Texas’ recruiting personnel filming and talking on the phone with recruits during pre-game (remember, last year many recruits could not attend games). Ash felt it was an unnecessary distraction and told staffers to stop it

I know everyone wants only the KoolAid so I probably shouldn't comment but an anecdotal story about Ash not wanting filming going on during pre-game being compared to a closed-to-the-public spring practice is absolute nonsense. Ash is a meat head but I am also 100% on board with pregame being about getting your mind fucking right and that absolutely includes eliminating distractions. 

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4 minutes ago, golfclap said:

I know everyone wants only the KoolAid so I probably shouldn't comment but an anecdotal story about Ash not wanting filming going on during pre-game being compared to a closed-to-the-public spring practice is absolute nonsense. Ash is a meat head but I am also 100% on board with pregame being about getting your mind fucking right and that absolutely includes eliminating distractions. 

Shut the fuck up, Eeyore. 

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1 hour ago, Ricky's one-hitter said:

Dunk on that thinking all you want. But, the same people that are going to dunk on this are the ones who, for 10 years, assumed "the staff has it under control" while the cfb world passed by.

I will dunk on both. 

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1 hour ago, Ricky's one-hitter said:

Dunk on that thinking all you want. But, the same people that are going to dunk on this are the ones who, for 10 years, assumed "the staff has it under control" while the cfb world passed by. Maybe it's fair not to assume. Especially when you have an understanding of how elite programs evaluate and recruit and you look around and think, this ain't it. Dunk away, but it was a fair criticism in context. 

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1 hour ago, longhornmatt said:

Exactly.   And the “he didn’t get enough help narrative” is bullshit regardless.  Our administration was downright desperate for him to succeed for a variety of reasons, culminating with the infamous Driveway Summit where our school president made a house call to beg Tulsa’s pissant offensive coordinator to join the staff.   

Anyone who attended a booster event when Charlie was first hired and toured around the state could see this wasn’t going to work.   That guy was an idiot.

Are the stories that Strong wanted to hire Chad Morris as OC but was turned down by Patterson due to money not accurate? Strong might've lasted longer if he'd made better assistant hires initially but it would've only delayed the inevitable. He was not ever going to win big at Texas.

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2 hours ago, closetojumping said:

You’re a good poster, but the Strong part is just wrong. That guy was a fucking dumbass and in over his head from day one. He failed on every front and more help wasn’t going to solve it. Like any bad management hire, simply surrounding him with more resources and people would have only created a costlier mistake. 

 

2 hours ago, Fud said:

Strong seemed to be set up for success at USF. How did that go? 

fair enough, the last part of CTJs comment is absolutely the truth.

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The increased recruiting volume is a welcome improvement as long as it doesn’t become an impersonal, numbers based task. The personal connections with recruits are what wins the deal. It sounds like they are using extra people to help facilitate those personalized interactions which is good. Just don’t make it fake. Kids spot fake a mile away. 

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4 minutes ago, Dbeasy said:

The increased recruiting volume is a welcome improvement as long as it doesn’t become an impersonal, numbers based task. The personal connections with recruits are what wins the deal. It sounds like they are using extra people to help facilitate those personalized interactions which is good. Just don’t make it fake. Kids spot fake a mile away. 

I agree. They should definitely use the recruits names, remember what sport they play, and not just refer to them as numbers. 

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1 hour ago, C-Man said:

Are the stories that Strong wanted to hire Chad Morris as OC but was turned down by Patterson due to money not accurate? Strong might've lasted longer if he'd made better assistant hires initially but it would've only delayed the inevitable. He was not ever going to win big at Texas.

Strong was always going to go with Watson. He just needed a reason why he couldn’t get a better OC like Morris. 

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3 hours ago, NoName said:

this is the kind of thing you can say when you are Bama or Clemson or tOSU.

i think Strong could have been ok but was set up to fail from the start with Steve fucking Patterson hiring the guy and then not setting up the support structure around him.

"making the job a lot more difficult than it ever needed to be is Tom Herman's middle name.

Steve Patterson is an epic fuck up but Strong wasn't ready for this type of job.  the support structure wasn't the issue.  he wasn't going to be OK.  OK is what Tom Herman was.

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19 minutes ago, FunkSoulBrother said:

Strong was always going to go with Watson. He just needed a reason why he couldn’t get a better OC like Morris. 

yeah Morris was not attainable as an OC, he knew he'd be a HC the next year. It was just a pie in the sky name thrown out there to get rejected so he could have his real choice.

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Jesus Christ. The people still attempting to explain away Charlie Strong AFTER he inherited a great situation at South Florida and buttfucked it straight back into irrelevance is something to behold. Yes, it was always going to be Watson.  I'm amazed you people forgot that not only did Morris never get real consideration, but Strong ALSO showed no consideration for Lincoln Riley, and Tom Herman allegedly told Strong No, laughing while he did so. So it's even worse than you people seem to remember. All of those were actual names that were available at the time and were presented to Strong. 

"Oh, listen, Charlie was bad, but his support structure was bad." WHO GIVES A FUCK. Strong was fucking horrible. Statistically the worst coach in Texas history, if I'm not mistaken. Just a fucking dud wrapped in stupidity, and he proceeded to move onto his next position and set that on fire while simultaneously trying to extinguish it solely with his own rancid diarrhea. Just bent over and shitting into the flames he kindled. Fuck him. Stop even wasting time trying to fucking equivocate or explain away any aspect of his monumental and complete failure as a HC by whatever metric you may choose to use. Fucking fuck.

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14 minutes ago, Viper said:

yeah Morris was not attainable as an OC, he knew he'd be a HC the next year.

Yeah, he parlayed the peak of his meteoric rise to...SMU. It really puts his nose for sniffing out the imbecility of Charlie Strong into perspective, doesn't it?

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3 minutes ago, SydneyCarton said:

Jesus Christ. The people still attempting to explain away Charlie Strong AFTER he inherited a great situation at South Florida and buttfucked it straight back into irrelevance is something to behold. Yes, it was always going to be Watson.  I'm amazed you people forgot that not only did Morris never get real consideration, but Strong ALSO showed no consideration for Lincoln Riley, and Tom Herman allegedly told Strong No, laughing while he did so. So it's even worse than you people seem to remember. All of those were actual names that were available at the time and were presented to Strong. 

"Oh, listen, Charlie was bad, but his support structure was bad." WHO GIVES A FUCK. Strong was fucking horrible. Statistically the worst coach in Texas history, if I'm not mistaken. Just a fucking dud wrapped in stupidity, and he proceeded to move onto his next position and set that on fire while simultaneously trying to extinguish it solely with his own rancid diarrhea. Just bent over and shitting into the flames he kindled. Fuck him. Stop even wasting time trying to fucking equivocate or explain away any aspect of his monumental and complete failure as a HC by whatever metric you may choose to use. Fucking fuck.


 

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11 minutes ago, SydneyCarton said:

Jesus Christ. The people still attempting to explain away Charlie Strong AFTER he inherited a great situation at South Florida and buttfucked it straight back into irrelevance is something to behold. Yes, it was always going to be Watson.  I'm amazed you people forgot that not only did Morris never get real consideration, but Strong ALSO showed no consideration for Lincoln Riley, and Tom Herman allegedly told Strong No, laughing while he did so. So it's even worse than you people seem to remember. All of those were actual names that were available at the time and were presented to Strong. 

"Oh, listen, Charlie was bad, but his support structure was bad." WHO GIVES A FUCK. Strong was fucking horrible. Statistically the worst coach in Texas history, if I'm not mistaken. Just a fucking dud wrapped in stupidity, and he proceeded to move onto his next position and set that on fire while simultaneously trying to extinguish it solely with his own rancid diarrhea. Just bent over and shitting into the flames he kindled. Fuck him. Stop even wasting time trying to fucking equivocate or explain away any aspect of his monumental and complete failure as a HC by whatever metric you may choose to use. Fucking fuck.

 

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6 minutes ago, Hank Scorpio said:

There was just something about Strong, you could tell from the beginning that he wasn’t head coach material. Defensive coordinator, sure, but not a head coach. 

 

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Spring Game visitors list:

Devon Campbell, Arlington Bowie
BJ Allen, Aledo (TEXAS)
Maalik Murphy, Junipero Serra (CA) (TEXAS)
Trevell Johnson, Arlington Martin (TEXAS)
Armani Winfield, Lewisville (TEXAS) (maybe)

We anticipate this list could grow over the next few days, and there are a few names we're still confirming. We might also see some players just wait until the dead period is lifted in June.

 

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4 hours ago, Lonestar88 said:

We all know Steve Patterson sucked, so I don't know what the argument is. Strong was in over his head, and so was the leadership above him. They aren't mutually exclusive ideas.

Patterson was a bad hire who, not shockingly, made bad hires.  If Strong knew what the hell he was doing he would have demanded certain requirements before taking the job.  

Narrator....Strong did not know what he’s was doing.  

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4 hours ago, Ricky Butler said:

I agree. They should definitely use the recruits names, remember what sport they play, and not just refer to them as numbers. 

" hey! Roland!   I mean Ronald!  Uh, hey Ro-dog!!"

Fuck coach, it's a letter. Look his fucking name up. 

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2 hours ago, Machinator said:

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Spring Game visitors list:

Devon Campbell, Arlington Bowie
BJ Allen, Aledo (TEXAS)
Maalik Murphy, Junipero Serra (CA) (TEXAS)
Trevell Johnson, Arlington Martin (TEXAS)
Armani Winfield, Lewisville (TEXAS) (maybe)

We anticipate this list could grow over the next few days, and there are a few names we're still confirming. We might also see some players just wait until the dead period is lifted in June.

 

Take that shit to the Charlie strong thread 

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7 hours ago, SydneyCarton said:

"Oh, listen, Charlie was bad, but his support structure was bad." WHO GIVES A FUCK. Strong was fucking horrible. Statistically the worst coach in Texas history, if I'm not mistaken. Just a fucking dud wrapped in stupidity, and he proceeded to move onto his next position and set that on fire while simultaneously trying to extinguish it solely with his own rancid diarrhea. Just bent over and shitting into the flames he kindled. Fuck him. Stop even wasting time trying to fucking equivocate or explain away any aspect of his monumental and complete failure as a HC by whatever metric you may choose to use. Fucking fuck.

By the metric of Benjamins, he did ok.

 

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7 hours ago, Viper said:

yeah Morris was not attainable as an OC, he knew he'd be a HC the next year. It was just a pie in the sky name thrown out there to get rejected so he could have his real choice.

Well, many of us fan boys wanted Lincoln Riley.  Turns out we paid Watson more than ou paid Riley.  Why are we apologizing for Strong again?  I don't get why some of you love that guy so much.

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Nick Harris:  Full list of recruits expected to visit Texas after dead period

 

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Full list of recruits expected to visit Texas after dead period

Nick Harris
 

The NCAA dead period is finally being lifted after its expiration on May 31 and schools across the country are already getting a head start on scheduling visits for recruits in the 2022, 2023 and 2024 classes.

For Texas, the Longhorns are planning on hosting four visit weekends during the month of June with one of them expected to have a big group of some of the best 2023 recruits in the region and another expected to have just about every major target in the 2022 class.

In this article, we'll take a look at the full list of recruits that are expected to make their way to the Forty Acres in June to see the Texas campus (list is subject to change):

 

2022 PROSPECTS

June 4

Lake Charles (La.) College Prep four-star running back TreVonte' Citizen (official visit)

June 11-13

Frisco (Texas) Liberty four-star wide receiver Evan Stewart (official visit)

Texarkana (Texas) Texas High four-star defensive end Derrick Brown (official visit)

Frisco (Texas) four-star offensive guard Cole Hutson (official visit)

Reno (Nev.) McQueen four-star linebacker Robby Snelling (official visit)

Las Vegas (Nev.) Liberty three-star athlete Anthony Jones (official visit)

June 18-20

Gardena (Calif.) Junipero Serra four-star quarterback Maalik Murphy (official visit)

Lewisville (Texas) four-star wide receiver Armani Winfield (official visit)

Klein (Texas) Cain four-star running back Jaydon Blue (official visit)

Galena Park (Texas) North Shore four-star defensive tackle Kristopher Ross (official visit)

Aledo (Texas) four-star safety Bryan Allen Jr. (official visit)

Arlington (Texas) Martin three-star linebacker Trevell Johnson (official visit)

Galena Park (Texas) North Shore five-star cornerback Denver Harris (official visit)

Humble (Texas) Summer Creek five-star offensive tackle Kelvin Banks (official visit)

El Paso (Texas) Burges four-star running back Tavorus Jones (official visit)

Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei four-star wide receiver C.J. Williams (official visit)

Beaumont (Texas) West Brook four-star safety Bryce Anderson (unofficial visit)

Ponchatoula (La.) five-star safety Jacoby Mathews (unofficial visit)

Bremond (Texas) four-star defensive tackle Jaray Bledsoe (official visit)

Mission Hills (Calif.) Bishop Alemany four-star linebacker Niuafe Tuihalamaka (official visit)

Saint James (La.) four-star wide receiver Shazz Preston (official visit)

Southaven (Miss.) three-star defensive tackle Aaron Bryant (official visit)

Spearman (Texas) four-star athlete Brenen Thompson (unofficial visit)

June 25-27

Port Arthur (Texas) Memorial four-star cornerback Jaylon Guilbeau (official visit)

Hewitt-Trussville (Ala.) four-star defensive end Justice Finkley (official visit)

Pilot Point (Texas) four-star linebacker Ish Harris (official visit)

Buford (Ga.) three-star athlete Isaiah Bond (official visit)

 

2023 PROSPECTS

Note: All 2023 visitors are expected to visit during the June 11-13 weekend. This list will be the most fluid since they will all be unofficial visits with last-second subtractions and additions possible.

New Orleans (La.) Isidore Newman five-star quarterback Arch Manning

El Campo (Texas) five-star running back Rueben Owens

DeSoto (Texas) four-star wide receiver Johntay Cook

North Richland Hills (Texas) three-star wide receiver Ashton Cozart

Odessa (Texas) Permian four-star offensive guard Harris Sewell

Denton (Texas) Ryan five-star defensive end Anthony Hill

Houston (Texas) C.E. King four-star defensive end Dylan Spencer

Katy (Texas) Morton Ranch five-star defensive end David Hicks Jr.

Cypress (Texas) Ranch four-star defensive end Ashton Porter

Arlington (Texas) Martin four-star cornerback Javien Toviano

Shiner (Texas) four-star athlete Dalton Brooks

 

 

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