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: Three prospects trending toward Texas as football approaches

The Longhorns moved to No. 10 on the national recruiting rankings after the commitment of outside linebacker Marcus Tillman Jr. and offensive tackle Javonne Shepherd to end July. Texas holds commitments from 15 prospects and hopes to sign a full class of at least 25 … Read More

The Dotted Line: Family describes Texas commit Roschon Johnson as driven, competitive

Roschon Johnson begins each day at 4 a.m. with a prayer. Then he leaves his house and heads to the football field at Port Neches-Groves High School to run bleachers, throw the football and get in extra work before practice begins. He then heads to school, to … Read More

The Dotted Line: Predicting where the uncommitted Fabulous 55ers will end up

Only 12 of the 55 members of the 2019 Fabulous 55 remain uncommitted as August begins. The early signing period and the ability of juniors to now take official visits before the start of their senior seasons has sped up an already hectic recruiting schedule. Fewer recruits … Read More

The Dotted Line: Noah Cain, Demond Demas include Texas among top schools

One of the top prospects remaining on the 2019 recruiting board is running back Noah Cain. The former Denton Ryan star now performs at IMG Academy (Fla.), splitting carries with five-star Trey Sanders, who also holds an offer from the Longhorns. Cain, because of his Texas roots, … Read More

The Dotted Line: Texas’ recruiting wish list focuses after pair of recent commitments

Texas’ 2019 recruiting class grew to 15 members this past weekend. The Longhorns hope to sign a full 25-man class, and could go over that limit by a player or two because of the number of early enrollees from the 2018 class. Texas is done at quarterback, … Read More