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Longhorn Recruiting Machine Keeps Buzzing: Reggie Wilson Makes 21

Burnt Orange Nation breaks down the 21st commitment in the Texas Longhorns' 2010 recruiting class -- Haltom defensive end Reggie Wilson. A native of the Ivory Coast, it's Wilson's personal story and raw physical tools that make him such a compelling person, as well as football player.

Morning Coffe Has Your Analysis

Morning Coffee breaks into the film room once again to analyze 2010 Texas commits Ross Apo and Taylor Bible, as well as talk some Longhorn basketball, DJ Augustin in the NBA, and Rashod Favors, once again on the 2010 recruiting radar.

Wilson Close to Decision ($)

Reggie Wilson, Haltom's stud defensive end and native of the Ivory Coast, will announce his decision in a formal announcement at his school within the next month, likely after his school's spring break, according to his high school coach. The final three under consideration are Texas, Oklahoma, and TCU, with Wilson declining to conduct interviews until the announcement, making it hard to determine the leader, though Texas is certainly in good shape. If he decides he wants weather similar to his native country, Austin seems like the easy choice, though academics are professedly more important for Wilson.

A. White Set To Announce ($)

DeSoto cornerback Adrian White will end his recruitment on Friday afternoon at 4 on Austin's ESPN 1530-AM, according to his father. The schools remaining on his list are Texas, Notre Dame, USC, Oklahoma, and Florida. White is training hard in the offseason on his speed and technique with former Cowboys Super Bowl MVP Larry Brown and gold-medal winning sprinter Jon Drummond, attempting to aid his early transition to college as a future early enrollee.

Cobbs: USC now at No. 1 ($)

Tulsa Central wide receiver DeMarco Cobbs has family connections to California, having been born there and an aunt who is a judge, a position that increases in importance in his life since he wants to major in criminal justice. The playmaker had been waiting for an offer from USC, which was recently extended. After taking the family considerations, along with the obvious athletic ones, into his decision-making process, Cobbs says USC is now his favorite.

DT Jay Guy Verbals to Cal

Not a big hit for us, as we cherry-picked Bible and Cotton. Gotta sting for the Aggies a little, though.

Morning Coffee Looks To 2010

With Signing Day on Wednesday, the attention now turns towards the 2010 class. Morning Coffee looks at the wide receivers, tight ends, and offensive lineman that the Longhorns will target.

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Recruiting Spotlight - 2010

Bumped. A nice overview. --PB-- 2009's class will hopefully compete with 2007's as one of the top classes in school history.   However, its not too early to start to think about what could be in...

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