The Longhorns signed 15 prospects on Wednesday in a class that ranks No. 23 on the Rivals.com team recruiting ranks. The average star ranking of the Texas signees is an impressive 3.6, which ranks ninth nationally overall. [Rivals]
Here's a rundown of the 2013 class. [Hookem]
Yippee! We got a five-star offensive lineman! [AAS]
Even though there are only 15 signees, Texas sits at No. 14 in the ESPN class rankings.
Is this the little class that could? [AAS]
Mack Brown isn't interested in eye candy. [Texas Monthly]
In case you care...ESPN CFB Analyst Mike Bellotti walks you through the process of getting a signed letter of intent.
Here's a Big 12 conference recruiting wrap up. [ESPN Big 12 Blog]
What does National Signing Day mean for America? [EDSBS]
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Why does Deadspin exist? [The Daily Beast]
There's a new way to recruit against the Aggies. [Texas Monthly]
Where in the world is Johnny Football today? [Twitpic]