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When the Wildcats took away the dribble drive in the second 20 minutes, the Longhorns weren’t able to make enough long-range buckets.
There was a ton of talent on hand at the event, including several Texas targets.
It appears Texas simply signed a slightly better class, as far as evaluators are concerned.
The game tips in Austin at 8 PM CST, and airs on ESPN2.
Jaxson Hayes was the No. 229 player in his class when he committed to Texas, and only the No. 102 player when he signed. Now, the freshman is being projected as a lottery pick in the 2019 NBA Draft.
With key contributors stepping up, Texas basketball is starting to feel like a tournament team.
Given the lack of returning production and mediocre weight five-year rankings, this isn’t surprising, but there is a major caveat here — Tom Herman.
The Longhorns are in a solid early spot with one of the nation’s premier 2021 offensive tackle prospects.
The Longhorns freshman guard put forth a pair of notable performances last week and was honored accordingly.
The nation’s No. 4 prospect also wants to visit Austin.
Avery Bradley was traded from the Los Angeles Clippers to the Memphis Grizzlies.
The Longhorns lack depth and a proven star at running back, but there are options to satisfy each area ahead of the 2019 season.
The coveted two-time All-ACC selection recently visited Gainesville before traveling to Austin on the Junior Day weekend.