The Texas high school football season officially came to an end on Saturday. That day proved to be a big one for 2014 quarterback commit Jerrod Heard, but he's not the only future Longhorn who thrived in 2012.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Nobody has played more true freshmen than Texas over the past two years. Eighteen hit the field in 2011. Another 16 in 2012. In 2013, few teams will play less newcomers than the Longhorns.
about 765 days ago | Carter Strickland | Texas Longhorns
The tears welled up in Erik Huhn's eyes Saturday evening, not just because Cibolo Steele's perfect season was over, but because he just couldn't do anything about it. Ever since suffering a torn ACL in his season opener, the four-star safety has tried to find his niche and a way to help his team without playing.
about 770 days ago | Max Olson | On The Trail: Midlands Region
Every Friday, HornsNation recruiting writers William Wilkerson and Max Olson will answer a question about the Longhorns. This week's question: Texas has seen Ricky Seals-Jones, Daeshon Hall, Kyle Hicks and now Durham Smythe decommit from the 2013 class.
about 773 days ago | Max Olson and William Wilkerson | Texas Longhorns
The bi-district round of the Texas State high school football playoffs saw mixed results for Longhorns commitments. For 2013, commitments Jake Raulerson, Jake Oliver, Erik Huhn (thoug he's not playing) are all that remain as the area round begins this week.
about 797 days ago | William Wilkerson | Texas Longhorns
If there is one thing you can say about Longhorns running back commitment Kyle Hicks (Arlington, Texas/Martin) it's that he is as tough as they come. For the second time in two seasons Hicks has suffered a serious injury at the end of his football season, the latest is a tear of his left ACL and meniscus.
about 798 days ago | William Wilkerson | On The Trail: Midlands Region
Texas safety commit Erik Huhn was robbed of his senior season after only two plays, tearing his ACL as he came down with an interception in the opener against San Antonio Madison. Now Huhn is learning how to be a leader without playing.
A Texas commit's prolific senior season has come to an unexpected early end. Houston Cypress Falls four-star receiver Jacorey Warrick will miss the remainder of his season after suffering a torn meniscus in his right knee.
about 839 days ago | Max Olson | On The Trail: Midlands Region