Talking Texas recruiting
Bruce Chambers discusses the Longhorns' recruiting practices
Updated: April 18, 2012, 10:25 AM ETBy Max Olson | HornsNation
In the midst of a 13-12 record over the past two seasons, Texas has managed to remain a powerhouse when it comes to recruiting. The loaded 2012 class featured 10 of the state of Texas's top 25 recruits and earned a No. 3 national ranking from ESPN. The next class could end up being even better. The Longhorns already have pledges from the state's three best recruits and four other prospects who made the initial ESPN 150. Texas assistant Bruce Chambers has been in charge of Longhorns recruiting since 2005, and the tight ends coach shares co-recruiting coordinator responsibilities with receivers coach Darrell Wyatt.
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