Texas ends drought, lands ATH Collins 

October, 8, 2012
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After a commitment drought that lasted nearly four full months, Texas landed a much-needed pledge on Monday morning from four-star Livingston, Texas, athlete Chevoski Collins.

The ESPN 300 prospect was among the hardest Texas targets to get a read on throughout his recruitment. He didn’t play games, didn’t name favorites or accept many interview requests. Unlike most recruits these days, he played things close to the vest.

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William Wilkerson/ESPN.comAthlete Chevoski Collins is Texas' 15th commitment of the Class of 2013 and the 11th from the ESPN 300.
Quietly, though, he faced a legitimately difficult choice that nearly every versatile athlete of his caliber runs into: Which school can best develop his talents?
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