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The Longhorn Republic breaks down Early Signing Day

We bring in Wescott Eberts to break down how Texas fared and where the Longhorns go from here.

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The excitement of Early Signing Day has come and gone, and the Texas Longhorns had a fairly uneventful day in a positive way. Twenty-one of their 22 committed players submitted their letters of intent and look to be locked in for yet another top-1o class.

To break down the class, where Texas stands now, and what Texas will work on ahead of February’s National Signing Day we welcome Wescott Eberts of Burnt Orange Nation. We start by looking at immediate impact players and who the analysts like the most.

Wescott gives his thoughts on how Texas tries to add more depth to the running backs group and looks at what running back Derrian Brown brings to the table. We also take some time to look at why Texas was very out of state heavy a year after locking up the state of Texas.

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Intro and Outro: Earth, Wind, Fire (Ryan Little / CC BY-SA 4.0)