AUSTIN, Texas -- You’re not supposed to mess with a good thing, right? Texas’ offensive line is as experienced as any in the country this fall. All five starters return and have a combined 124 career starts under their oversized belts.
ESPN 150 offensive tackle Kent Perkins (Dallas/Lake Highlands) values relationships. The bond he has built with fellow 2013 signees and the Texas coaching staff cemented his feelings of wanting to become a Longhorn when he committed to them 16 months ago.
about 157 days ago | William Wilkerson | Texas Longhorns
AUSTIN, Texas -- Each week, I look at a few topics around the Texas Longhorns and college football. First down: Few O-linemen in 2014 class Expect Texas to concentrate on the 2015 offensive line class -- it already has three rising juniors committed -- and to stick with one or two offensive linemen in the 2014 class.
IRVING, Texas -- Though it’s essentially meaningless now that he’s on campus and a member of the Longhorns, Texas offensive line signee Rami Hammad still can’t get over the fact he was deemed a three-star prospect.
AUSTIN, Texas -- One could argue that the group of offensive linemen Texas signed in 2013 was as strong as any school's class in the country. Darius James, Kent Perkins and Jake Raulerson were all ESPN 150 recruits and Rami Hammad had close to 50 offers.
about 198 days ago | William Wilkerson | Texas Longhorns
Each week Sean Adams looks at a few topics around the Texas Longhorns and college football. First down: Getting recruits on campus is only part of the deal While I absolutely believe in recruiting rankings and believe they paint an accurate picture, we have seen schools such as Boise State, TCU, Utah and Hawaii over the last 10 years have a ton of success without rating high in the mainstream recruiting rankings.