Trent Gow taking wait-and-see approach 

June, 10, 2012
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Mansfield (Texas) tight end Trent Gow made it down to Austin for the first time since Texas’ spring game and felt like he really made an impression among the 10 other tight ends at camp.

“Today we didn’t do too much blocking. We did a lot of route running and 1-on-1s,” he said. “I did really good at both of them. Just getting in and out of my cuts and being smooth with my routes, I thought I did really well.”

The Longhorns already have a commitment from one tight end in Durham Smythe (Belton, Texas/Belton) but could possibly take another in 2013. Gow would like to be that guy. He attended Texas’ junior day, was at its spring game and now a camp so his interest is clear. He’s just hoping for similar interest from the Longhorns.

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