The curious case of ESPN 300 lineman Andrew Billings (Waco, Texas/Waco) has finally been resolved. He’s going to Baylor. Billings announced his decision on ESPN Central Texas on Tuesday afternoon, crushing the hopes of TCU and Texas fans who were hoping the reigning state power lifting champion would reign supreme for their respective programs.
Texas' 2013 recruiting class had already suffered four decommitments. Just four days before signing day, the Longhorns suffered another one that was more stunning than the rest.
One in-state prospect is crossing his fingers and hoping good news starts coming his way.Ke’aun Kinner would like nothing more than to be Texas’ final pledge for its 2013 recruiting class, but the Little Elm, Texas, three-star running back knows he’ll have to play the waiting game first.
Texas’ 2013 recruiting class has suffered another defection.Four-star tight end Durham Smythe (Belton, Texas/Belton) decommitted from the Longhorns on Tuesday.
Last year, ESPN 150 athlete Daje Johnson committed to TCU in March, only to change his verbal to Texas and sign with the Longhorns in February.TCU got its comeuppance on Monday.
ESPN 300 running back Kyle Hicks (Arlington, Texas/Martin) can’t deny what his heart is feeling. For the last few months he has contemplated the idea of playing football closer to home, closer to his mother and close to his good friend and former high school teammate Devonte Fields.
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.
Michigan has always had some success recruiting in Texas. Since the local universities do so well with keeping their in-state prospects at home, it's a victory to pull any elite-level prospect out of Texas.