As the 2012 classes are being finished, Texas athletes will be everywhere. Here's a state of the in-state recruiting in Texas.
As Texas puts the finishing touches on its 2012 recruiting class, HornsNation debates the chance of landing DGB, the decommitment of Thomas Johnson and more.
Mack Brown and Texas are pioneers of sorts when it comes to the trend of early offers. While early commits don't always work, the trend is worthwhile.
With several spots lacking depth and needing playmakers, offensive recruits could see early impact in 2012.
Texas is well-represented in the high school all-star games. Here's where to watch future Longhorns.
In 2012, Texas will return nine starters but needs help at receiver and consistency at quarterback.
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.
Dallas always has produced big-time prospects who can return home for the Red River Rivalry and star. Here are a few for the future.
With the Kirk Herbstreit Classic playing in Arlington, Texas, future Texas Longhorns got to show off on the big stage.
Comparisons abound for Johnson and Texas sophomore Mike Davis, another Skyline product. But Skyline's coach admits Johnson gets going a little faster.
With an air of evolution swirling through Texas' recruiting process -- including a ban on commits visiting other programs -- the Longhorns will enter their first junior day with a wait-and-see approach.
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.