Texas played 18 true freshmen in 2011. The Longhorns might not use that many this season, but several will see a lot of playing time. We look at the chances for each freshman.
Texas played 18 freshmen in 2011. The Longhorns might not use that many in 2012, but these five players almost certainly will make an impact.
With the first six members of the Texas' 2012 recruiting class officially becoming Longhorns this week, we look at what their impact might be next season.
With several spots lacking depth and needing playmakers, offensive recruits could see early impact in 2012.
While a talented quartet of freshmen are enjoying the spotlight now, there are other freshmen who could break out this season.
As humble as ever, freshman running back Malcolm Brown again carried the load for the Texas rushing attack.
Breaking down the top five storylines going into the BYU-Texas game.
The much-anticipated Malcolm Brown and Jaxon Shipley headline a cast of a record 18 frosh who hit the field for Texas.
With 18 freshmen throughout Texas' two-deep depth chart, players like Jaxon Shipley and Quandre Diggs should make a significant impact in 2011.
Texas has committed to having a better rushing attack. Senior Fozzy Whittaker and freshman Malcolm Brown will play key roles.