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DeMarvin Leal, the state’s top defensive linemen, chooses Texas A&M over Texas

Texas A&M landed the biggest fish left in Texas, figuratively and literally, during the 2019 recruiting cycle when Converse Judson defensive linemen DeMarvin Leal shocked the state and committed to the Aggies after a visit to College Station to watch the spring game. Leal is the No. Read More

The Dotted Line: David Gbenda, Rashad Wisdom talk recruiting, Texas interest

Stay updated on latest Texas Longhorns recruiting news brought to you by Longhorns recruiting beat writer Mike Craven of Hookem.com. The Dotted Line will publish M-F at 10 a.m. each morning to provide Texas fans with an in-depth look at the latest for the Longhorns on the recruiting trail. Read More

Jake McKenzie, Texas’ ‘ultimate utility guy,’ plays all nine positions as Longhorns rout UT-RGV

On Tuesday, Texas senior Jake McKenzie brought five gloves with him to UFCU Disch-Falk Field. The gloves all served a different purpose for McKenzie. One was used for pitching and another was for starts at first base. He had a glove to wear in the outfield. Another mitt was for … Read More

Nearing the spring finish line, Texas coach Tom Herman takes stock of his Longhorns

The Longhorns will finish up spring practice this week, culminating with Saturday’s Orange-White spring game, and the coaches will have to ask themselves a simple question: Is this team better now than it was in late December? There is no simple, straightforward answer. Read More

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Three observations from Texas’ 13th practice of spring camp

Texas held its 13th practice of the spring on Tuesday, and the media was granted access to around 20 minutes of drills. Here are three observations: 1. Tuesday’s media window featured some contact. On one portion of the field, the offensive and defensive linemen got physical. That gave onlookers a … Read More

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Former Longhorn linebacker ready to mentor Malik Jefferson in the NFL

Malik Jefferson was one of the highest profile linebackers to pick Texas out of high school and now another former Parade All-American who picked the Longhorns is ready to help him acclimate to the league. Fourth-year pro Jordan Hicks, middle linebacker of the Philadelphia Eagles, told USA … Read More

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