Lessons learned: Texas' three-day camp 

June, 17, 2013
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AUSTIN, Texas -- What Texas’ three-day camp, which began on Thursday, lacked in quantity it more than made up for in quality.

There were far fewer big-time names over the course of the 72 hours than the Longhorns had in Austin for their minicamps on June 2 and June 9, but the results were equally as pleasing for coach Mack Brown and his staff.

Texas picked up four commitments in three days, including two on Saturday, to boost the number of pledges it has for 2014 to 19, which is four more than it had in the entire 2013 class.

Here’s a look at those prospects and other storylines that transpired from the camp.

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