Texas finding pieces that fit in recruiting 

May, 15, 2012
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AUSTIN, Texas -- By now Texas usually has all its cards fanned out on the table.

It is mid-May after all. The Longhorns typically have a royal flush of recruits or something close to it by the time triple digits arrive on central Texas thermostats.

In fact, from 2007-2011, 72 percent of Texas recruits had pledged their allegiance by the end of February. This year 11, of what is expected to be a class of somewhere around 20-22, have committed.
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