Despite finishing 6-7 in 2014, a strong recruiting class will have the Texas Longhorns looking to contend for the Big 12 Championship in 2015.
Despite the commitment of Malik Jefferson, the Texas Longhorns’ Texas Bowl loss could hamper their recruitment heading into the 2015 season.
The Texas Longhorns suffered a loss to the Arkansas Razorbacks in the Texas Bowl. This loss showed improvements must be made next season.
The Texas Longhorns scored big with Malik Jefferson and his teammate DeAndre McNeal, but they still hope to land at least one of three four-star rated players in the coming weeks.
To win at Texas, Charlie Strong needs to win on the recruiting trail in Texas and that's exactly what he's doing with his 2015 class.
How will the Texas Bowl shake out between Arkansas and Texas?
The Texas Longhorns have landed two of their biggest commits for the 2015 season thanks to head coach Charlie Strong.
Despite the 2014 Texas Bowl being just around the corner, the Texas Longhorns are stepping up their recruitment drive for the 2015 season.
While many favor the 6-6 Arkansas Razorbacks to win the Texas Bowl, the 6-6 Texas Longhorns will be looking to make a strong statement against their SEC opponents.
Check out this list of five current Texas Longhorns players who look set to land on a 53-man roster in the NFL when their eligibility runs out.