Southlake Carroll High School incoming senior and top-ranked class of 2022 quarterback Quinn Ewers has decided to skip his senior season and enroll early with the Ohio State Buckeyes, according to multiple outlets. Ewers is set to profit handsomely next year now that name, image and likeness have been approved – a fact that likely prompted his decision. For comparison’s sake, presumptive Alabama Crimson Tide starting quarterback Bryce Young has already made north of seven figures since the legislation was approved earlier this summer, before ever taking an authentic snap as the team’s starter this season.
Once upon a time, five-star Ewers was a Texas Longhorns commit.
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Oh heels of blockbuster SEC move, NCAA facing big changes
Austin American-Statesman: Analysis: UT, OU move will be financial blow to jilted Big 12 cities
Dallas Morning News: Texas epidemiology student Gabby Thomas is ‘150,000%’ focused on Olympic medal in 200 meters
Dallas Morning News: It just means more: Texas, Oklahoma’s SEC invite will trickle down to affect all of college football
Dallas Morning News: College football mock realignment: DMN columnists, writers create four 16-team mega conferences
247Sports: Greg Sankey addresses state of relationship with Bob Bowlsby
Inside Texas: Burton: Best Monday
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: The Stampede: Current state of Texas recruiting, nuggets from Friday visit
247Sports: The Monday dish: Five-star Ware sets decision date, Scheyer’s first class and more
Inside Texas: Inside Scoop: NIL and recruiting rundown
Inside Texas: Recruiting Matters: Where it’s at, where it’s headed
Inside Texas: One-on-one with 2023 five-star Jaquaize Pettaway
Inside Texas: Notes on top 2022s at Texas Bash
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Our Daily Bears: Baylor football picks up a massive commitment from Tenaha linebacker Jeremy Patton
Frogs O’ War: 2021 TCU Football Preview: Tight ends
The Smoking Musket: What I think about conference expansion
The Smoking Musket: An open letter to the ACC, from The Smoking Musket
The Smoking Musket: Top five games for Mountaineer athletics in August
Rock Chalk Talk: 32 Days: Previewing the D-line
WHAT WE’RE READING
SB Nation: Body language told the story during Aaron Rodgers’ press conference
SB Nation: Predicting where the 11 best NBA free agents will sign in 2021
NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND
- Texas track volunteer assistant Valarie Allman just won gold in discus.
- Texas president Jay Hartzell is speaking before the Senate Select Committee today, about a study on the future of college sports in Texas following the university’s move to the SEC.
Breaking: Texas and Oklahoma have officially accepted invitations to join the SEC beginning in 2025. pic.twitter.com/EIu7Vr40ls— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 30, 2021
- Almost time!