With 15 commits already, Texas is off to a blazing start recruiting for the Class of 2014. And though the Longhorns haven't performed as well on the field the last three seasons, Mack Brown and Co. can still accumulate talent.
So Texas missed out on Mario Edwards and Dorial Green-Beckham. So what. The Longhorns can feel good about their 2012 class
Future Texas quarterback Connor Brewer won his third state title last week, and five other Longhorns commitments are still alive in the Texas state playoffs.
Dannon Cavil, a 2013 receiver, has seen his recruiting slow along with his play following a hamstring injury.
Here's a look at where Texas' top prospects will be in action in Week 1.
Kyle Hicks, a 2013 athlete from Arlington could be on the verge of big things.
Dallas product Jake Oliver says he's in a 'no-rush zone' and will enjoy his junior year before whittling his college wish list.
Defensive tackle Malcom Brown brings hard work and atleticism to Longhorns' class.
Prospect a Day No. 4: Connor Brewer
From Steve Worster and his 1967 'Bunch' to Cayleb Jones and Co.'s 'TexasGang,' recruiting classes have found connection with the Longhorns.