Q&A: 2014 WR Leonard talks Texas offer 

April, 3, 2013
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The Longhorns aren’t messing around anymore. Their coaching staff is out in front on a lot of evaluations, which was made possible by their ability to get ahead of the game while dealing with a smaller class in 2013.

That’s enabling them to offer recruits at a much faster pace than in past years.

One of the latest to receive an offer is 2014 wide receiver Dorian Leonard from powerhouse Longview (Texas) High School. He picked his up during Texas’ recent monster recruiting weekend.

Leonard, who is 6-foot-4 and 200 pounds, also has offers from Florida State, Oklahoma, Oregon State and Texas Tech. He joins K.D. Cannon (Mount Pleasant, Texas/Mount Pleasant), Armanti Foreman (Texas City, Texas/Texas City), Demarre Kitt (Tyrone, Ga./Sandy Creek) and Trey Quinn (Lake Charles, La./Barbe) as 2014 uncommitted wide receivers with Texas offers.

Lorenzo Joe (Abilene, Texas/Cooper) and Roderick Bernard (Houston/Sharpstown) are the Longhorns’ WR commitments thus far for 2014.

HornsNation caught up with Leonard to get his thoughts on what this offer means.

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