Fall camp has come with its fair share of surprises so far for the Texas Longhorns.
Among them has been players who have broken their own glass ceiling, gaining our attention. We’re not alone, either. Inside Texas recently noted a few of their risers so far.
Including, but not limited to:
- Tarique Milton, a super senior wide receiver who transferred in from the Iowa State Cyclones, and who will help fill the gap left by Isaiah Neyor’s injury earlier this month.
- Jonathan Brooks, a redshirt freshman running back who was sidelined last year due to injury.
- Diamonte Tucker-Dorsey, a senior linebacker who transferred to Texas from the FCS level.
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Associated Press: Steve Sarkisian says naming Quinn Ewers Texas’ starting QB was a ‘tough decision’
Austin American-Statesman: Golden: Coburn, Texas defensive line ready to meet 2022 expectations
Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Steve Sarkisian’s future depends on his Ewers decision
Austin American-Statesman: Five Texas coaches scheduled for pay raises after successful seasons
247Sports: Morning Brew: How Texas tight end Ja’Tavion Sanders became the most improved player on the team
247Sports: Steve Sarkisian on new starting QB Quinn Ewers, backup QB Hudson Card, injuries and more
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: Texas commit Malik Muhammad prepared for senior season
Inside Texas: Texas Longhorns recruiting intel
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Austin American-Statesman: Big 12 QB rankings: OSU’s Spencer Sanders or OU’s Dillon Gabriel?
Dallas Morning News: ABC to air NCAA women’s basketball title game in Dallas for 1st time
The Smoking Musket: Alex Ruoff returns to West Virginia as a graduate assistant
Wide Right & Natty Lite: 2022 Iowa State Football Positions Preview: Safeties
WHAT WE’RE READING
SB Nation: RUN IT BACK! Nets, Kevin Durant agree to ‘to move forward with partnership’
SB Nation: Baker Mayfield being named the Panthers starter after this long only hurts Carolina
SB Nation: TANK BIATHLON is a real sport and it’s wilder than you can possibly imagine
NEWS ACROSS LONGHORN NATION AND BEYOND
- Here and see it for yourself.
Last Friday, Steve Sarkisian named Quinn Ewers QB1. Today, he explained why he chose Ewers over former Lake Travis standout Hudson Card.— Tyler Feldman (@TylerFeldmanTV) August 23, 2022
"Quinn provides the ability to make all the throws in our system. It was a tough decision. Hudson is a very good player."#HookEm | @KVUE pic.twitter.com/E78e9VwXah