Now that they've signed their letters of intent, Texas' incoming recruits can officially toss their stars in the trash. They don't matter now. While such ratings and rankings are helpful throughout the recruiting process, they mean nothing once a player sets foot on campus and joins the program.
With national signing day in the books, RecruitingNation is looking at the top position classes. For the full series, click here. Nationally (and SEC) Texas A&M went into the 2014 class knowing that size and athleticism was an absolute must on its defensive front.
about 194 days ago | Gerry Hamilton | NCF On The Trail
Editor's Note: Henderson on Tuesday afternoon recommitted to Texas following a conversation with new Longhorns coach Charlie Strong. The once-mighty Texas defensive line class for the Class of 2014 is now half of what it used to be.
about 231 days ago | Damon Sayles | NCF On The Trail
Everything was set up so perfectly for the Longhorns prior to kickoff on Saturday afternoon. They came in riding a six-game winning streak with a chance to make it seven against a marquee opponent in Oklahoma State, who was in search of its sixth straight victory.
about 283 days ago | William Wilkerson | NCF On The Trail
There is still plenty of work for every Big 12 program to do before the completion of the 2014 recruiting cycle. But one can begin to at least paint an outline for how each class is going to look come February.
about 351 days ago | William Wilkerson | NCF On The Trail
Here is a look at how each one of Texas' 2014 commitments faired this week: • ESPN 300 defensive end Derick Roberson (San Antonio, Texas/Brennan), the No. 8 DE in the country, helped Brennan shut out San Antonio Holmes 52-0 on Friday.
about 359 days ago | William Wilkerson | NCF On The Trail
Thursday's commitments from ESPN 300 wide receiver Armanti Foreman (Texas City, Texas/Texas High) and brother D'Onta Foreman gave the Longhorns 21 commitments in 2014, leaving them just a few more spots to fill.
about 421 days ago | William Wilkerson | NCF On The Trail