Texas' 2014 out-of-state targets: Offense 

March, 12, 2013
Speedy NoilMax Olson/ESPN.comNew Orleans wide receiver Speedy Noil is being pursued by some of the best programs in the nation, so Texas has its work cut out for it in its attempt to make him part of the 2014 class.
AUSTIN, Texas -- The Longhorns are extremely fortunate to reside in one of the most fertile recruiting states in the country. And, for the longest time, they’ve reigned supreme when it comes to keeping the cream of that crop in Austin.

They are still getting their fair share, but the success of Texas A&M and the SEC moving in on even more in-state prospects has made it increasingly more difficult.

So far this recruiting cycle, more so than in years past, the Longhorns have targeted numerous out-of-state recruits with hopes that they’ll choose Texas.
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