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Texas Basketball Elite Camp

Burnt Orange Nation breaks down the attendees of the Texas Elite Camp for basketball, as well as the players at the NBPA Top 100 Camp in whom in the Longhorns are interested.

What Jai Lucas Means For Texas

Former Florida Gator Jai Lucas announced that he will transfer to the University of Texas. The son of former NBA player and coach John Lucas II, and brother of former Baylor and Oklahoma State star John Lucas III, Jai will stabilize the Longhorns' point guard position as soon as he becomes eligible.

Recruiting Spotlight: Shawn Williams

Another definitive scouting report brought to you by Burnt Orange Nation, your best source for Longhorn news and analysis. This report looks at Shawn Williams, the only Texas product in the highly-ranked 2009 Longhorn basketball class.

Recruiting Spotlight: Jordan Hamilton

The most comprehensive scouting report of Jordan Hamilton on the net. The 6-7 wing from Compton will suit up for the Texas Longhorns, starting with the 2009-2010 basketball season.

Recruiting Spotlight: Avery Bradley

The Texas Longhorns demonstrate their new-found national recruiting reach by signing Findlay Prep's Avery Bradley, one of the top players in the 2009 class and an outstanding athlete and perimeter defender.

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