It will be months before Texas puts out a depth chart. Since no one wants to wait that long, Carter Strickland helps fans out with an early look at the Longhorns offense.
As the Texas Longhorns take a weeklong break in the middle of spring practice, here's an update on position battles.
Even though Mack Brown likes to say all positions are up for grabs, most current Longhorns players have a firm grasp of the future.
After watching Texas beat a bad Kansas team and celebrating afterward leaves columnist Sean Adams wondering just what do the Longhorns players expect.
While there have been some surprises, such as David Ash's performance, many other issues have been exposed in recent weeks.
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.
There wasn't much to learn from the spring game, but here is a 7-on-7 look at spring football
Texas is halfway through its spring practice. Who is standing out and what have we learned?
Texas has a top-ranked recruiting class but has room for players like Dorial Green-Beckham and Mario Edwards. Which prospect would mean more to Texas' class.
In 2012, Texas will return nine starters but needs help at receiver and consistency at quarterback.
Harker Heights' Darius James is huge, but is proving to be a versatile athlete.
Texas' camp showed the team's young receivers, including Jordan Shipley's kid brother, have the potential to radiate success.
Comparisons abound for Johnson and Texas sophomore Mike Davis, another Skyline product. But Skyline's coach admits Johnson gets going a little faster.
Texas wide receivers will have to rely on young talent, but will also need to be good blockers to be successful in 2011.