Recruits weigh in on Texas policy
Mack Brown implements new policy of commits not visiting other schools
Updated: February 12, 2013, 12:17 PM ETBy William Wilkerson | HornsNation
AUSTIN, Texas -- Prior to Sunday, Roderick Bernard (Houston/Sharpstown), one of two Longhorns receiver commits for 2014, had been to Texas' campus a grand total of one time, having visited one of the libraries during a non-football related event. So when he committed to the program on Jan. 30 after receiving an offer, it was clear he was committing to the Longhorns for the long haul.
That's why he doesn't have a problem with coach Mack Brown's new policy of not having committed players visiting other schools.
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