Texas Longhorns starting quarterback Quinn Ewers has found himself impressed with what some of the newcomer freshmen wide receivers have so far shown they have to offer.
That includes true freshmen Johntay Cook, a former five-star recruit, and Ryan Niblett.
“I mean the speed that we have with the new guys, with Cook and Niblet, those guys; it’s gonna be cool to see those guys run the open field for sure. But I don’t know. All of those guys are just doing great right now,” Ewers said, according to Inside Texas.
WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Bohls, Golden: SEC-bound Texas needs even more recruiting home runs
Austin American-Statesman: Texas enjoys return to home court in scrimmage
Austin American-Statesman: First scrimmage of preseason ‘a gauge’ for Texas football team
247Sports: Morning Brew: T’Vondre Sweat making presence felt; Jaylan Ford aiming for Butkus Award and more
247Sports: Players whose stock is rising after the Longhorns’ first full-contact scrimmage of fall camp
247Sports: Sources sound off on individual standouts, highlight plays from Longhorns’ first camp scrimmage
247Sports: Does 11 or 12 personnel lead the way to offensive success immediately for Texas?
Inside Texas: The latest on each Texas position around the midway point of August camp
Inside Texas: Monday: Big week coming
Inside Texas: Top performers from Texas’ first fall scrimmage
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
Dallas Morning News: Texas Longhorns land shooting guard Cam Scott for 2024 recruiting class
247Sports: The Stampede: Intel on seven five-stars and two other top priority targets
247Sports: Top schools set, return visit to Austin locked in for edge target Danny Okoye
247Sports: Lake Belton five-star WR Micah Hudson updates recruitment ahead of his senior season
Inside Texas: Texas Longhorns path to a third straight top 5 recruiting class
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
The Smoking Musket: WATCH: DougityDog returns with CJ Donaldson highlight video
WHAT WE’RE READING
SB Nation: Bryce Young never had a chance in his Panthers debut
SB Nation: College football’s biggest rule changes for 2023, explained
SB Nation: Jaguars QB Nathan Rourke shrugs off multiple defenders before throwing an improbable TD
NEWS ACROSS LONGHORN NATION AND BEYOND
- RIP to a Texas legend.