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5 minutes ago, Rockethorn1978 said:

Nooiiicceee! 

I was told by aggy he’s just committing to us for laughs and he’s an aggy lock! Lullzzz

 

suck a dick aggy 

I’m sure after young’s shenanigans, they think everything is a trick in their favor. 

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IT blurb on Shepherd: http://insidetexas.com/booom-shepherd-commits-to-texas/

HOUSTON — When Texas landed Conroe Oak Ridge offensive tackle Tyler Johnson, they needed someone to play the other tackle spot for the 2019 class. So Javonne Shepherd decided he’d join the #fUTure19.

The 6-foot-6, 334-pound monster o-lineman committed to Texas tonight. Shepherd, from Houston North Forest is a high 4-star with 30+ offers including Alabama, Texas A&M, Georgia, LSU, and Florida State.

Shepherd and Johnson make the best OT in-state duo that Herb Hand could’ve asked for. Shepherd joins Marcus Tillman, 3-star LB from Orlando who verbally pledged to the Longhorns yesterday following the Stars at Night camp at DKR.

Excerpt from the Recruiting Notebook:

Javonne Shepherd, OT – Houston North Forest HS (2019)
Hudl/highlights

How he fits at Texas: Shepherd is a massive human being who played in an offensive scheme that regularly asked him to find and connect on targets in space on outside zone runs. He performed that task with relative grace and ease, which speaks to his athleticism and potential as a left tackle in the college game. Between his quick feet and length, it’s very difficult to to get somewhere on the field that Shepherd doesn’t want you to access. His limited opportunities to play bully ball look really promising but at tackle for Texas he’d still get a lot of fun opportunities to block down on LBs at the next level, a role he should thrive in. – Ian Boyd

Coach says: Strengths – Excellent frame and size for the tackle position. More toned than fat. Long arms. Out of his stance quickly and smoothly. Excellent hip and knee bend. Shows numerous blocking styles in run game. Hand placement is usually very good. Keeps his feet moving while engaged. Able to effectively pull on the counter play and shows some good second level blocking ability. Good motor sustaining blocks well downfield. Never loses a strength battle and has good understanding of leverage. Areas for improvement – Acceleration seemed limited on a couple of plays but this seemed an inconsistent finding. Pass protection film is limited. Haven’t seen him defend against a double move. Foot speed is adequate but only seems to barely get out in front of the quick screen. This may be an issue against faster collegiate players

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I haven’t done the research, but this might be the best two tackle prospects we’ve landed in a long, long time.

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Just now, Dbeasy said:

I haven’t done the research, but this might be the best two tackle prospects we’ve landed in a long, long time.

Since tray Allen and mason Walters 

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Ovaries on the table

Nooiiicceee! 
I was told by aggy he’s just committing to us for laughs and he’s an aggy lock! Lullzzz
 
suck a dick aggy 

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