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Texas Longhorns 2010 Class Overview: The Chosen 25


It's National Signing Day 2010 and the Texas Longhorns just received Letters of Intent from all 25 commits. BON brings you an overview of the entire class, including in-depth analysis and scouting...

Countdown to Signing Day: Attemping to Set the Stage


Setting the stage for National Signing Day on Wednesday with some overall thoughts about the 2010 Texas recruiting class, including the unprecedented late recruiting momentum, the meme of the...

Under Armour All-American Game Preview/Open Thread


A preview of the Under Armour All-American game, along with insights from the week of practice and updates on the recruitments of Darius White and Jordan Hicks, two of the remaining Texas targets.

Former LSU commit Davis Pledges To Texas


Instant analysis and instant scouting report on Mike Davis, the former LSU commit who pledged to become a Longhorn on his official visit to Austin.

Morning Coffee Sees Growing Recruiting Momentum


Morning Coffee discusses the Longhorns' growing momentum late in the recruiting cycle, while updating the status of many of the remaining targets.

Cobbs visit seals commitment ($)


After committing to Texas a little more than a week ago, all DeMarco Cobbs had to do was finally make it down to Austin to speak with Mack Brown and confirm his intentions to sign with the Longhorns. While that sounds pretty simple, given his history of being unable to make it down to Central Texas, it was hardly a given that Cobbs would come through this time. Fortunately for Texas fans excited about seeing the playmaker in burnt orange, Cobbs did make it into town. After leaving Tulsa late Friday night after his final regular season game, Cobbs and a friend stayed in Dallas overnight and left for Austin. Following the Texas victory over UCF, Cobbs sat down with Brown, telling him that he does not plan to keep in contact with any teams. Barring any unexpected developments, then, Cobbs will officially become a Longhorn in February.

Friday Night Lights: Week 9 Wrap


Friday Night Light wraps up Week 9 of the high school season, covering 2010 Texas commits, 2011 targets, and the best players in the 2012 class.

Twisting, Turning Road Brings Cobbs to Texas (Updated)


The strange recruitment of Tulsa Central athlete DeMarco Cobbs comes to an end. Burnt Orange Nation chronicles how the four-star athlete went from being an early Texas lean and attempted commit, to...

DeMarco Cobbs Switches From One UT to the Other ($)


In a strange turn of events, Tulsa Central wide receiver DeMarco Cobbs, an early target for the Longhorns who repeatedly failed to make it to campus, switched his commitment to the Longhorns on Thursday evening. Early in the process, Cobbs indicated that Texas was his first choice, but lost contact with the coaching staff as four other receivers committed to the Longhorns and Texas appeared in good shape with Darius White, who has since lost interest. At his high school, Cobbs does pretty much everything for his team, playing some quarterback, wide receiver, defense, and excelling on special teams -- at Texas he will almost certainly play wide receiver, where he will probably be a bit raw and doesn't have great explosiveness, but he's a strong, fast kid some have compared to Michael Crabtree. Great pick up for the Longhorns, but this development probably eliminates any chance of Darius White coming to Texas. Oh well. Further thoughts later.

Morning Coffee Finally Reviews Sunday's Camp (Updated)


Morning Coffee discusses the June 14 camp, at which many top 2011 prospects were in attendance, as well as the latest on Lache Seastrunk and the latest 2010 offer to go out.

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