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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Texas TE Jahleel Billingsley already making impressions

Plus: Big night for Texas women’s basketball

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Spring practice is upon the Texas Longhorns, and head coach Steve Sarkisian is already assessing the roster heading into the 2022 college football season, according to 247Sports.

In particular, transfer portal products like tight end Jahleel Billingsley, who left the Alabama Crimson Tide to join Texas, is already catching Sarkisian’s eye in early practices.

“I mean, we have 14 new players out there today,” Sarkisian said, per 247Sports. “So it’s a lot of guys to try to assess ‘em all just from looking at it live — I don’t get to hit the rewind button out there on the field — but I feel Jahleel (Billingsley) was really natural, comfortable for him. Obviously, systematically, it was a good fit for him. I thought Isaiah (Neyor) looked comfortable at wideout. It was good to get (Jaydon) Blue out there playing football again — he hasn’t played football in over a year, so I thought that was good for him.”


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  • 6pm Central — that’s when Texas women’s basketball takes on the Ohio State Buckeyes. Be there.
  • Texas men’s basketball head coach Chris Beard is a finalist for the 2022 Skip Prosser Man of the Year Award.
  • Get ready for Texas baseball’s series against the Texas Tech Red Raiders this weekend.
  • Texas softball takes on the Kansas Jayhawks this weekend in a triple-header.