After a shaky performance in the spring game, the Texas Longhorns' defense does not have to be great, but it has to be fundamentally sound, tackle well and not give up the big play.
Texas commit and late bloomer Rami Hammad has come a long way in a short time. The offensive tackle showed he's worthy of being a dominant blocker at the college level.
Vincent Taylor is focused on earning a Texas offer and he is prepared to wait as long as it takes.
The departures of several seniors will give several 2012 recruits the chance to step up for the Longhorns.
Despite a top class and 19 commitments, Texas is still pursuing some of the nation's top talent.
Kent Perkins projects to be an outstanding tackle prospect. But he still wants to improve, and he's heading to the wrestling mat to do just that.
Andrus Peat is not letting recruiting stand in the way of his senior year. While he enjoyed a summer trip to Austin, he will wait to officially visit.
Tackle prospect Jake Raulerson spent his summer taking unofficial visits, and as the fall has arrived, he's only getting more popular.
Massive tackle prospect Ja'Braylin Thomas is already drawing interest from Big 12 and SEC schools and can expect a lot more.
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Defensive tackle Malcom Brown brings hard work and atleticism to Longhorns' class.
Mack Brown says his D-line can't fall back on being a young bunch anymore; time for tackles to step up is now.
Big, mean and athletic. That's what the Longhorns are getting in offensive line prospect Curtis Riser.
Get to know Alex Norman, the 6-4, defensive tackle prospect from Bishop Dunne (Dallas).