4-Star receiver Jaxon Shipley, a Texas commitment of Brownwood, may not have been on the field long today with a short two hour session, but it only takes a minute to see he may have the best hands in the country. Shipley pulled off a nearly impossible one hand catch on the sideline. One handed catches aren't uncommon, but they're usually done with the far hand and cradle the ball as it comes in. Shipley jumped up, turned his inside hand away from his body, grabbed the incoming ball by its nose, then turned it back into his torso. It was impressive enough that many of the southwest receivers unsuccessfully tried to replicate the feat."
I try to keep my options open, but since I wasn't raised in Texas, it wouldn't be any problem leaving the state. Texas is a great program. I'm not saying they're not good, or anything like that, but I'm trying to keep my options open."
Texas would be at the top even though they haven't offered. They're pretty far up there and they have a really good program. I'm talking to coach (Bruce) Chambers a lot now. It's really exciting for them to recruit me and they have a really good school and they run a similar offense to my high school that I run right now so it would be an easy transition for me."
The Texas Longhorns have picked up commitment No.19, as the state's No.2 DT Quincy Russell has joined the star-studded 2011 class.
It was great. I saw the facilities and things and got to meet some of the players. I already had (an offer), they just re-informed me that they had offered and that they really want me to come.
They were no. 2. Texas moved up. It's really a tie at No. 1 with Miami."