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We’ve learned sophomore center Zach Shackelford is out for the remainder of Spring (ankle). Bummer because he was impressing.
UT’s pursuit of its signal-caller for 2018 is close to entering the Spring evaluation period. Three QBs will be in Austin this week so let’s look at each.
Former Texas running back D’Onta Foreman missed most of what he called his “biggest job interview to date” in the NFL Scouting Combine due to a stress fracture in his left foot. As he recently penned in Men’s Health, Foreman entered into the combine in the best shape of his life thanks to a new nutrition plan, he just was not able to prove it.
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A fun thing about recruiting is evaluation and seeing a staff’s big board materialize before you. It’s one of the reasons people geek as hard as Fuddward on the NFL draft. Often times staff’s are forced to give away their intentions through offers but in recent years offers aren’t what they use to be, otherwise Texas would already have its quarterback in the class, imo.
What the coaches want from this defense with respect to scheme and personnel is starting to come into sharp focus.
Spring cleaning, while eagerly (yes, eagerly) awaiting the Orange-White game in April…
This week’s Scoop dives into Saturday scrimmage and recruiting info, plus notable notes from the Under Armour camp in Cedar Hill on Sunday. We talk to recruits after the Round Up weekend, and potential shooting guard prospect visits Shaka and the Drum.
Here at Cedar Hill for the Under Armour Camp and there’s a handful of Texas targets on hand.
…as it pertains to UT under the Herman way of life. Alignment determines attitude, develops desire, and will eventually either make a man out of the 100 plus on the field or they will slink off into the night looking for the old greener grass story. Doing the right thing the right way at the right time leaves little room for major mental errors. You can look it up—see Royal, Darrell K or Bryant, Bear if you must.