The Dotted Line

Stay updated on latest Texas Longhorns recruiting news brought to you by Longhorns recruiting beat writer Mike Craven of 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: Week 1 guide to watch Texas commits in action

The football season begins in earnest this week with Texas high school football beginning and college football in its first official week. Every Texas commit in the 2020 and 2021 classes are in action at some point this weekend, starting Thursday night. Read More

The Dotted Line: How have Texas’ offensive starters lived up to their recruiting rankings?

Texas’ season begins at home against Louisiana Tech on Saturday night. The initial depth chart was released Monday, and while the starting spots at certain positions are fluid, the depth chart provided fans a glimpse of the key members of this year’s team. Read More

The Dotted Line: Kelee Ringo still considering Texas; Jonah Miller discusses Longhorns

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Saguaro High is the six-time defending Class 4A state champions in Arizona, knocking off Texas wide receiver Jake Smith and Notre Dame Prep the past two seasons. The road to number seven started last Friday night at home in a one-sided contest … Read More

The Dotted Line: Five-star running back Bijan Robinson followed his heart to Texas

TUCSON, Ariz. — Bijan Robinson is many things. The five-star running back from Salpointe Catholic is a great football player. And a leader on campus. And a devout Christian. He’s also a germaphobe. And that fear of germs in part helped the Longhorns land … Read More

The Dotted Line: Commitment Q&A with Manor defensive end Princely Umanmielen

Texas scored a big recruiting victory over Texas A&M, literally and figuratively, when Manor four-star defensive end Princely Umanmielen picked the Longhorns on Aug. 12. It was another in a long line of recruiting victories for Tom Herman’s program over the past two months. The 2020 class … Read More