UPDATE (3:00 p.m.): Los Angeles Harbor College quarterback Bram Kohlhausen has not transfered to Texas.
The Houston native and former Houston Cougar told the Austin American-Statesman’s Brian Davis that, “UT hasn’t given (Kohlhausen) a promise on any walk-on spot yet.”
LA Harbor QB Bram Kohlhausen to @statesman: 'UT hasn't given me a promise on any walk-on spot yet.' He calls report 'not very accurate.'Advertisement
— Brian Davis (@BDavisAAS) February 4, 2014
10:20 a.m.: The Los Angeles Daily News is reporting Los Angeles Harbor College quarterback Bram Kohlhausen will transfer to the University of Texas.
Kohlhausen, a Houston native who attended the University of Houston until fall 2013, will join the Longhorns as a walk on.
The 6-foot-3, 215-pound pro-style quarterback played in only four games last season before suffering an injury to his non-throwing shoulder, the Daily News reports. In his limited appearances, he amassed 784 yards on 65.8 percent passing. He threw seven touchdowns to two interceptions.
Given the concussion history of David Ash and the inexperience behind him with only sophomore Tyrone Swoopes and incoming freshman Jerrod Heard on the roster for next fall, Kohlhausen will give Texas some much needed depth under center.
Kohlhausen was rated a three-star quarterback in 2011 coming out of Houston Lamar High School. He will get to Texas with two years of eligibility remaining.
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