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8 minutes ago, Elmer_Fudd said:

FWIW, Roach just said he spoke to a source that said they think it's Texas and aggy at the top for Turner.

This would be a welcome development. Every Turner interview I've read sounds like he's fully bought into the SEC > everything else mythos.

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2 minutes ago, satyanash said:

unless I'm missing something, it's mostly just a bunch of Twitter and Instagram pictures

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Well, that is how marketing works. The idea is we're helping our best players develop marketable identities, like "Call In" Johnson or Sterns as the Wolf of DKR. Plus tie-ins with guys like McConaghey to launch them into the NFL.

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2 minutes ago, texifornia said:

Well, that is how marketing works. The idea is we're helping our best players develop marketable identities, like "Call In" Johnson or Sterns as the Wolf of DKR. Plus tie-ins with guys like McConaghey to launch them into the NFL.

What're you doing trying to explain the obvious to Eeyore?

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(Justin Wells) Recruiting Notebook: Johnson Jr., Hullaby, Leyrer, Lengyel

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By: Justin and Ian

This week we start in Virginia with a speedster on Herman's speed dial, then head back to the Lone Star state for a sibling with UT roots, and finish with a pair of DFW offensive linemen with Texas on their minds. Get some Recruiting Notebook.

Malcolm Johnson Jr, St. Stephens & St. Agnes (VA) (2021)

How he fits at Texas: Johnson is a good reflection of the "every man a deep threat" philosophy that Mike Yurcich is bringing to the Texas offense. The Longhorns want receivers that can win over the top and Johnson, with his 10.50 100m speed, is very good at that. He'd translate very easily to the slot. In Virginia ball he often takes an inside release and still gets back outside because he's so much faster than everyone else. He'll need to refine his game quite a bit at Texas to play outside but could have a pretty quick impact in the slot simply because he has such elite speed. He's probably a laser 4.4 40 guy. - @Ian Boyd

Coach says: Strengths - Adequate height with a well-distributed build. Strong upper body with good use of hands to fight the press. Has great first-steps off the line and initial footwork looks polished. Sells his routes very well and shows some good lower body explosion in short areas and breaks. Track times are excellent although his Opening 40 time is only 4.6. Stacks his defender and holds his position not allowing an easy re-route. Shows good ball awareness and judges the flight well. Judges poorly thrown balls well. Will high point the ball effectively. Catches with soft hands away from his body. Secures the ball routinely after the catch. Can house it from anywhere in the open field. Deceiving speed on film as he doesn’t look to be moving fast but defenders can’t get a hand on him. Measured shuttle is good and lower body explosiveness excellent.

Areas for Improvement / Concern - Not clear that he’s going to be much taller than 6’1” which may limit him to Z or H. Feet stay low to the ground and might run into some trouble in traffic. For all his athleticism, his game is still straight speed. Measured agility seems good but decelerates on game film with his cuts. Routes on film don’t demonstrate the whole route tree. Run blocking is willing but needs work.

How this affects Texas: Texas is desperate for speed at wideout in 2021. Tom Herman and Andre Coleman have made a credible push for the stinky fast, four-star slot receiver. Texas needs to get him to campus to make this real, and that's unlikely anytime soon. With JJ Henry and Jaden Alexis clearly stronger options, allocating resources in that direction seem prudent today. - @Justin Wells

Landon Hullaby, Mansfield Timberview (2022)

How he fits at Texas: Hullaby's high school uses him as their eraser defensive back. He seems to align wherever they most badly need speed in a given week, be it at safety or corner. While he has some nice snaps in man coverage on film, he really flashes when he's playing on the hash marks, watching routes develop with his head on a swivel, and then closing on the ball. His ability to diagnose and then close with real speed and violent intentions make him an ideal fit as a quarters safety. The ability to play some man and cover ground might allow him to play to the wider spaces in the field. - IB

Coach says: Strengths- Good size and build for the position. Versatile showing film at CB, nickel and quarters safety. Shows press man and zone in highlights. I like him in man. Very high football IQ evident on game film. Very instinctive player who diagnoses the play quickly and gets to the ball carrier in a hurry. Understands the route combinations and where to be. Will often make the sure play that’s needed than the riskier highlight play. An enthusiastic tackler who is very willing in run support. Uses the boundary well and gets great position on the receiver. Hips appear fairly fluid and will stay in phase most of the time. Has good recovery speed.

Areas for Improvement / Concern: Not much on film to scout his ball skills. Will frequently be in a press position and doesn’t lay a hand on the receiver (clearly a coaching point). Will peek a bit so eye-discipline could be a concern.

How this affects Texas: After taking big brother, Jaden, in the 2020 class, Landon might actually have more upside. Like his sibling, he's also versatile on both sides of the ball. While safety is where he excels, I think little Hullaby might be an athlete take next cycle. If you're looking for UT's first pledge of 2022, he'd be my wild guess. - JW

Jack Leyrer, Highland Park (2021)

How he fits at Texas: One of Donald Hawkins' pupils out of DFW, Leyrer is a legitimately big man at 6-foot-6 or so. He's playing left tackle for the spread-proficient Highland Park offense. He moves well in space and executes some reach blocks on film, the pass protection sets are solid as well. With his overall athleticism and reach, there's a chance he could grow into a Texas-caliber left tackle in time and if not then his talent would be valuable at right tackle. He's getting high level development now and could become a 6-foot-7, 320-pound technician after multiple years of lifting and coaching at Texas. It's not clear if Leyrer has elite athleticism but there's enough there, when combined with this frame, to make him a worthy project at tackle. Leyrer also executes some nice pulls on film and plays with good pad level, which would translate well to tackle but suggest his height wouldn't limit him at guard either.- IB

Coach says: Strengths - Ideal height for the tackle position. Good tone in the mid-section. Looks balanced and flexible in his stance. Quick to fire out and stays low in his run blocks. Shows agile feet with good reach and down blocks on film. Shows some zone ability and has a few great pulls on film. Gets to the second level easily. Lots of downfield highlights. Good, quick hand placement. Good upper body strength. Keeps feet moving on contact. Pass set looks natural and has good posture on his post and kick steps. Has good reaction to the bull rush, anchors well and shows at least some coaching in counter moves. Redirects the outside and carries it past the arc. Good highlights holding his own against some big and fast dudes.

Areas for Improvement / Concern - Lower body strength not consistently transferred and will tend to rely too much on the upper body. Won’t consistently keep defender engaged and will lose control at times.

How this affects Texas: When discussing offensive line recruiting in the 2021 cycle, I lean on the side of caution. But like Lakeview Centennial's Ezra Oyetade, one of the better o-line prospects in-state is the Highland Park product and he doesn't hold a UT offer. This class needs offensive tackles like Charlie Strong needed quarterbacks when he arrived in Austin. Leyrer and Herb Hand have connected and an offer would probably help tremendously, but I think Texas is holding out for the higher-rated guys, like Savion Byrd, and the Brockermeyers. I'm not sure that's the best avenue, but it's par for this cycle. - JW

Ryan Lengyel, Dallas Jesuit (2021)

How he fits at Texas: Lengyel has some real size and quickness to him but he's at his best on a path, when he has to move laterally or change direction in space then some of his limitations become evident. He's playing left tackle at Dallas Jesuit but he's a guard at Texas. There's not quite enough athleticism or length to project him to be able to hold up on the edge against Big 12 pass-rushers. His size and quickness does make a good fit for the inside zone scheme and there's an increasing need for guards to be able to absorb a pass rush with size and mass so converting big, physical high school tackles is a good plan there as well. - IB

Coach says: Strengths - Solidly built player with long arms. Toned midsection. Looks like he’s down for violence. Good upper body strength.

Areas for Improvement / Concern - A bit of a waist-bender. Lower body flexibility looks limited. Gets upright quickly. Narrow based and heavy footed. Slow to get into his pass set and may struggle with speed. Feet will stop at times on contact. Looks like a guard trying to play tackle. Doesn’t use his long arms nearly enough and will lead with his shoulders. Relies too much on winning the upper body battle and this may reflect limitations in establishing a wider or more athletic base. Gets off balance easily and falls off blocks. Struggles in space and opponent film shows his limitations in this regard. Doesn’t consistently show the athleticism to get to the second level.

How this affects Texas: Another o-lineman with potential, but probably in the second tier of prospects in Texas for this class. Lengyel offers upside at guard or tackle. At 6-foot-5, 280, he's got the feet and frame to add mass with college-level strength and conditioning. He speaks regularly with Herb Hand and, a lot like Leyrer, a UT verbal invitation would help tremendously. - JW

 

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1 hour ago, Mason Ramsey said:

with the numbers we have now, are Turner, Ike and Regis all three still takes?

 

Yes.  Numbers aren't a problem for us this cycle.

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10 minutes ago, satyanash said:

This would be a welcome development. Every Turner interview I've read sounds like he's fully bought into the SEC > everything else mythos.

 

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6 minutes ago, satyanash said:

unless I'm missing something, it's mostly just a bunch of Twitter and Instagram pictures

I know fuckall about marketing but I know that if a college player is going to get paid for the use of their name, image and likeness -- and that Matthew McConaughey is likely going to put you as a Texas player in touch with his 2.6M followers on twitter and almost 4M on Insta, I'd be quite interested as a recruit (or any human that likes money). Same with the stuff they've done with KD and the Nike and KD marketing there. If Texas Football is going to ensure that there are various ways (including famous alumnus/fans/former players) that they are going to make sure that my name, image and likeness are not only promoted on several platforms but from there developed as a personal brand ... 

jerry maguire money GIF

 

 

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2 minutes ago, golfclap said:

I know fuckall about marketing but I know that if a college player is going to get paid for the use of their name, image and likeness -- and that Matthew McConaughey is likely going to put you as a Texas player in touch with his 2.6M followers on twitter and almost 4M on Insta, I'd be quite interested as a recruit (or any human that likes money). Same with the stuff they've done with KD and the Nike and KD marketing there. If Texas Football is going to ensure that there are various ways (including famous alumnus/fans/former players) that they are going to make sure that my name, image and likeness are not only promoted on several platforms but from there developed as a personal brand ... 

jerry maguire money GIF

 

 

as a current advertising/business major, this is all true. There are probably zero other schools that could provide a better base and platform than we can for our student athletes. Our department is hopping on all of this early and already showing off which I love, and if they keep trending in this direction, no one should be able to catch up. 

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6 minutes ago, golfclap said:

I know fuckall about marketing but I know that if a college player is going to get paid for the use of their name, image and likeness -- and that Matthew McConaughey is likely going to put you as a Texas player in touch with his 2.6M followers on twitter and almost 4M on Insta, I'd be quite interested as a recruit (or any human that likes money). Same with the stuff they've done with KD and the Nike and KD marketing there. If Texas Football is going to ensure that there are various ways (including famous alumnus/fans/former players) that they are going to make sure that my name, image and likeness are not only promoted on several platforms but from there developed as a personal brand ... 

jerry maguire money GIF

 

 


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4 minutes ago, RGBIII said:

No Texas LSU it’s looking like. Aggy is gonna be in shambles

That's about the worst possible thing that could happen to aggy. How beautiful. 

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Dang, wanted to get those Cajuns.  Welp.

Ehhh.  So aggy needs to add 2 more conference foes out of: 

Won't be Georgia since they just played.  If it's Florida, that's a loss.  The other 3 are warm piss.  The SEC has 5 good teams (Georgia, Florida, Bama, LSU, Auburn) and 9 mediocre ones.

EAST

 

Regular Season
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Fri, Sep 18 CANCELED
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Sat, Sep 5 TBD   Tickets as low as $18 
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4 minutes ago, Scholz said:

Dang, wanted to get those Cajuns.  Welp.

Ehhh.  So aggy needs to add 2 more conference foes out of: 

Won't be Georgia since they just played.  If it's Florida, that's a loss.  The other 3 are warm piss.  The SEC has 5 good teams (Georgia, Florida, Bama, LSU, Auburn) and 9 mediocre ones.

EAST

 

Regular Season
DATE OPPONENT RESULT W-L (CONF) HI PASS HI RUSH HI REC
Fri, Sep 18 CANCELED
DATE OPPONENT TIME TV TICKETS
Sat, Sep 5 TBD   Tickets as low as $18 
Sat, Sep 12 TBD   Tickets as low as $19 
Sat, Sep 26 TBD   Tickets as low as $110 
Sat, Oct 3 TBD   Tickets as low as $44 
Sat, Oct 10 TBD   Tickets as low as $22 
Sat, Oct 17 TBD   Tickets as low as $146 
Sat, Oct 24 TBD   Tickets as low as $51 
Sat, Nov 7 TBD   Tickets as low as $60 
Sat, Nov 14 TBD   Tickets as low as $51 
Sat, Nov 21 TBD   Tickets as low as $89 
Sat, Nov 28
vsLSULSU
TBD   Tickets as low as $89 

 

Kentucky should be good. Lots of returning production, good defense, and a very good OL. 

I would definitely take Kentucky to beat aggy. Especially if it's a road game. 

 

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7 minutes ago, texasstrong12 said:

Kentucky should be good. Lots of returning production, good defense, and a very good OL. 

I would definitely take Kentucky to beat aggy. Especially if it's a road game. 

I'll trust you but they lost to Tenn, S.Car and Miss St. last year.  Barely beat Ark.

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1 hour ago, SydneyCarton said:

What're you doing trying to explain the obvious to Eeyore?

Right--wanna know what their Instagram/social media pages don't have?  The University of Texas promoting them.  Where the hell is the negative in that?  

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16 minutes ago, Scholz said:

I'll trust you but they lost to Tenn, S.Car and Miss St. last year.  Barely beat Ark.

True, but they went 8-5 with a lot of returning production. Meaning they should improve. 

It took a miracle for aggy to beat Kentucky in OT just 2 years ago. In College Station. Kentucky is definitely better than any team they were going to play in non-conference. 

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17 minutes ago, Scholz said:

I'll trust you but they lost to Tenn, S.Car and Miss St. last year.  Barely beat Ark.

The Kentucky/Aggy game two seasons ago was such a beating to watch. Two shitty unimaginative offenses led by coaches who were more than comfortable playing not to lose all game. 14-14 at the end of regulation I think. Aggies claimed the huge SEC SEC victory in OT

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5 hours ago, Thiefery said:

Hypothetical;

Would you take Burris over Turner if you would have a 40% shot of flipping Jackson before NSD1?

Hell no. 

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5 hours ago, Pato del Muerto said:

If we took Burris before turner decides, does that mean we either know turner said no or weren’t willing to wait and risk it?  Or do we take him too?

Both

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29 minutes ago, Scholz said:

I'll trust you but they lost to Tenn, S.Car and Miss St. last year.  Barely beat Ark.

To be fair they had a WR playing quarterback for the Tennessee and Arkansas games.

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20 minutes ago, UncleSonny said:

The Kentucky/Aggy game two seasons ago was such a beating to watch. Two shitty unimaginative offenses led by coaches who were more than comfortable playing not to lose all game. 14-14 at the end of regulation I think. Aggies claimed the huge SEC SEC victory in OT

That '18 Kentucky team was hilarious to watch because they were good everywhere but also had one of the worst college QBs I've ever seen. I think Terry Wilson improved some in '19 but he was just dreadful in '18. 

That '18 Kentucky team would have gone 11-2 or 12-1 with an average QB. 

Kentucky has arguably the top OL in the country next year so that should help with the QB problems. https://www.aseaofblue.com/2020/2/21/21147100/kentucky-football-offensive-linemen-sec-rankings

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, satyanash said:

unless I'm missing something, it's mostly just a bunch of Twitter and Instagram pictures

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This is impressively regarded even for you 

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5 hours ago, Pato del Muerto said:

If we took Burris before turner decides, does that mean we either know turner said no or weren’t willing to wait and risk it?  Or do we take him too?

I'm sure Giles would push for it if he wants to come but I'd want Turner/Ike/Regis before Burris, even pre-injury. 

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1 hour ago, UncleSonny said:

The Kentucky/Aggy game two seasons ago was such a beating to watch. Two shitty unimaginative offenses led by coaches who were more than comfortable playing not to lose all game. 14-14 at the end of regulation I think. Aggies claimed the huge SEC SEC victory in OT

Death row television.

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1 hour ago, texifornia said:

Meanwhile, in Columbia

 

You know, the right woman and situation... but I would never wish to be known as - much less self-monikored - as a cornhole expert.

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1 minute ago, texifornia said:

Well hey, that works

Does it really though? Weren't we all excited to see Adimora get more burn at Spur?

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1 minute ago, UDontKnow said:

Does it really though? Weren't we all excited to see Adimora get more burn at Spur?

Whoever is best at that position (Adimora) will see a lot of the field

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2 minutes ago, UDontKnow said:

Does it really though? Weren't we all excited to see Adimora get more burn at Spur?

Dude's a good, versatile backup at several DB positions. If he's fine with that, then it's better for us.

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15 minutes ago, UDontKnow said:

Does it really though? Weren't we all excited to see Adimora get more burn at Spur?

Competition improves performance & depth. Glad to have him back.

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5 minutes ago, UDontKnow said:

Does it really though? Weren't we all excited to see Adimora get more burn at Spur?

Adimora will play. A lot. It was clear by the end of last season that he needed to be on the field more - and with the work that Adimora has clearly put in, I expect he's basically taking that spot. 

Cook will provide multi-positional depth and package flexibility. He's going to be passed by the younger guys and it's not an if but when, and the when is probably here and he knows it , hence the frustration and the portal. He's still a younger guy and can really create a great role for himself at Texas as a Jack-of-all-trades DB. Being the next guy off the bench at 3-4 spots in the backfield will assure a ton of playing time. Long term, he's not going to be able to beat out guys like Watson, Adimora, and Crawford because they are NFL guys imo.  

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36 minutes ago, golfclap said:

Adimora will play. A lot. It was clear by the end of last season that he needed to be on the field more - and with the work that Adimora has clearly put in, I expect he's basically taking that spot. 

Cook will provide multi-positional depth and package flexibility. He's going to be passed by the younger guys and it's not an if but when, and the when is probably here and he knows it , hence the frustration and the portal. He's still a younger guy and can really create a great role for himself at Texas as a Jack-of-all-trades DB. Being the next guy off the bench at 3-4 spots in the backfield will assure a ton of playing time. Long term, he's not going to be able to beat out guys like Watson, Adimora, and Crawford because they are NFL guys imo.  

If we somehow lose Green and Jamison after the season, that is probably your 3 starters at CB/NB next season.

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1 hour ago, UDontKnow said:

Does it really though? Weren't we all excited to see Adimora get more burn at Spur?

We will.

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2 hours ago, HtownHorn said:

If we somehow lose Green and Jamison after the season, that is probably your 3 starters at CB/NB next season.

I wouldn’t be shocked if Watson starts taking time from Green this year.  Even though their recruiting rankings suggest the opposite, Watson is the freakier athlete.   Much like how Jamison being lower rated than Green and Cook is curious in hindsight. 

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8 minutes ago, longhornmatt said:

I wouldn’t be shocked if Watson starts taking time from Green this year.  Even though their recruiting rankings suggest the opposite, Watson is the freakier athlete.   Much like how Jamison being lower rated than Green and Cook is curious in hindsight. 

Green is a pretty awesome athlete in his own right who played QB in high school then immediately got thrown into the mix as a CB. Dude should flourish with competent coaching.

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32 minutes ago, longhornmatt said:

I wouldn’t be shocked if Watson starts taking time from Green this year.  Even though their recruiting rankings suggest the opposite, Watson is the freakier athlete.   Much like how Jamison being lower rated than Green and Cook is curious in hindsight. 

Except it’s really not. Green is a freak and he has all the tools to be a lockdown corner if he receives good coaching.  He should be the highest rated of the three.

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28 minutes ago, Burt Macklin said:

Except it’s really not. Green is a freak and he has all the tools to be a lockdown corner if he receives good coaching.  He should be the highest rated of the three.

We are about to be salty, Tom is going to pull this off.

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Horns 247 / Mike Roach / Mike at Night: Scattershooting on 2021 targets

(Wheaton, Ikechekuwhunksue, Regis, Turner, Lengyel)

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Mike at Night: Scattershooting on 2021 targets

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—I caught up with a different near Camar Wheaton than the one I spoke to a few nights ago. Despite rumors of the five-star running back shutting things down soon, I was told that Wheaton is still narrowing things down and not in any sort of hurry to end the process. “Camar is a different cat,” the source said. “He’ll commit when he’s ready and on nobody else’s timetable.” This source didn’t offer much different than I reported on Monday night. The biggest thing I got is more confirmation that this race really seems to be coming down to Texas and Oklahoma.

—Texas is also still in contact with Wheaton’s teammate Ikechukwu Iwunnah. I’m told Iwunnah loves what he’s hearing from Mark Hagen and really just wants to see the campus. With visits up in the air this fall, it’s likely that Iwunnah will need to take a self-guided visit if he wants to see what the campus has to offer. The staff is doing what they can in the way of virtual tours, but nothing beats seeing things in person.

—I checked in on La Porte defensive tackle Albert Regis as well. It sounds like this race could come down to Texas and Texas A&M, but information from Regis is tough to come by. He’s pretty quiet, and I’m told he’s tough for even college coaches to reach at times. From what I can tell, Texas is very serious about Regis while he appears to be one of several options for the Aggies. I’m told the communication with Texas has been promising, but there’s no overwhelming sense of confidence.

—I spoke to a source near Desoto defensive end Shemar Turner. There isn’t much new to report at this time, and I get the sense Turner is starting to get tired of being asked about it by media. The source I spoke with told me that if they had to handicap things, Texas and Texas A&M would be at the top with Alabama just behind.

—Last week I discussed a new offensive line target in Dallas Jesuit's Ryan Lengyel. I checked in again with Lengyel this week to see how things are going and he said he's had a lot of contact with Texas lately. Lengyel will be the next prospect to take part in a self-guided visit. He will make the trip to Austin this weekend to see the campus and the city.

 

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Has Jack Leyrer visited Texas? Already been mentioned, but really slim pickings on OTs. Ryan Lengyel doesn't seem like a viable option. Probably only one more for the interior if Myslinski commits (Conner already committed, unless somehow he gets shifted to tackle, highly doubt it). 

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