Four-star linebacker Otaro Alaka, a Texas Longhorns commit, is relieved to have his recruitment over. But that doesn't mean he's going to stop improving -- on an off the field.
Little did he know when his parents practically forced him to visit Texas months ago, Trey Lealaimatafao, then full of doubt about his chances with big Division I programs, now has the size -- and raw talent -- to stand out.
Mack Brown is making it clear he knows what his rivals are saying about him and his Longhorns, and he's got an answer for the negative recruiting his program is up against.
The state of Texas' 2014 receiver class is stocked with an array of talent topped by K.D. Cannon.
Whether or not Jerrod Heard, a 2014 prospect, is Texas' QB of the future remains to be seen. He is still preparing like he will be.
The Mike Adams Camp of Conquerors 7-on-7 event hosted several of the DFW area's top schools and a few Longhorns targets stood out.
Teammates Noel Ellis and Speedy Noil weren't about to make the 8-hour drive from New Orleans to Austin for nothing. They came and impressed at UT's first football camp.
Ronald Monroe knows he had a limited role in as a sophomore, but the 2014 QB prospect knows he has to do more to be the state of Texas' best.
The SEC is in Texas and already offering 2014 prospects. The sophomore defensive back recruits are providing a perfect example of how the recruiting game is changing.
Samaje Perine shared time with Texas signee Daje Johnson. Now the 2014 RB will have the backfield to himself.
With spring evaluations about to begin, Bruce Chambers gave an exclusive interview to HornsNation to discuss Texas Longhorns recruiting.
While 2014 RB Shaun Nixon sees his success coming in a spread attack, he can't help but want to be like Longhorns Johnathan Gray, Malcolm Brown and Joe Bergeron.
If the Texas Longhorns are pursuiing a quarterback for the 2014 class, the debate likely will come down to Jerrod Heard and Ronald Monroe.