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Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Warrick makes jump in new ESPN 150

By William Wilkerson

Wide receiver Jacorey Warrick made the biggest jump of any Longhorns commitment in the ESPN 150, which was updated today. Warrick, who has been out since tearing the meniscus in his right knee on Oct. 4, moved up from No. 114 to No. 59. He is now the No. 8 wide receiver.

Darius James remains the Longhorns’ top-ranked player at No. 17 overall, which also makes him the No. 1 center. Jake Raulerson dropped a spot to No. 56 and remains the No. 3 offensive tackle.

Offensive tackle Kent Perkins stayed at No. 81, while defensive tackle A’Shawn Robinson moved up from No. 130 to No. 107, and athlete Tyrone Swoopes dropped from No. 100 to No. 128. Cornerback Antwuan Davis stayed put at No. 149 to conclude Texas’ representation in the 150.

But there were also several names that cracked the ESPN 300.

Linebacker Deoundrei Davis remained at No. 151, while receiver Jake Oliver moved up to No. 213 from No. 246. Running back Kyle Hicks also moved up from No. 236 to No. 219.

Athlete Chevoski Collins dropped from No. 255 to No. 257. He was replaced at No. 255 by Texas offensive guard target Andrew Billings, who cracked the ESPN 300 for the first time.