The Dotted Line

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.



The Dotted Line: Four-star athlete Mookie Cooper talks Texas commit, versatility

Four-star athlete Mookie Cooper became the fourth member of Texas’ 2020 recruiting class on Saturday when he pledged to the Longhorns at junior day. The St. Louis (Mo.) Trinity Catholic product is the fourth-ranked athlete in the country and a national top-75 player in the … Read More

The Dotted Line: Texas’ top targets set for action at Under Armour event on Sunday

It’s camp season, a time of the year when shoe companies test elite prospects across the nation in regional camps with combine tests and some 1-on-1 competition between position groups. The first one on the circuit takes place Saturday at Spring Westfield High School and is expected to … Read More

The Dotted Line: Big 2020, 2021 targets are expected in Austin for Texas’ junior day

Texas hosts its first junior day of the 2019 offseason this weekend as the Longhorns plan to host nearly 100 prospects from the 2020 and 2021 cycles. Tom Herman’s program is off to a fast start in the 2020 cycle with three in-state commitments from … Read More

The Dotted Line: Commitment Q&A with Texas’ four-star offensive lineman Isaiah Hookfin

Fort Bend Dulles offensive tackle Isaiah Hookfin remains an unknown character in Texas’ 2019 recruiting class. The four-star arrived late on the recruiting scene, picking up an offer from the Longhorns on Nov. 3. The 6-5, 270-pound prospect signed with Texas on the last day of the … Read More

The Dotted Line: Comparing the 2019 defensive recruiting classes of Texas, A&M, Oklahoma

Texas, Texas A&M and Oklahoma all finished inside the top 10 of the national recruiting rankings just once since 2000 — back in 2004. It was tougher when all three programs were in the Big 12. No two teams could eat without leaving the third … Read More